Beautiful World Card #1

I have decided to try a different format with the directions for this card. Please comment below whether or not you like it.

I have been enjoying creating with the Beautiful World Stamp Set and the entire World of Good Suite. I’m not really a fan of making “man” cards but this suite is wonderful to work with. For this card I used the Here’s a Card Stamp Set because I needed a birthday card but any sentiment in this set would work.

After cutting my pieces I stamped the sentiment from the Here’s a Card Stamp Set on the right hand side of the sentiment strip using Misty Moonlight Ink.

I stamped the pieces I needed using Misty Moonlight Ink on Basic White paper and cut them out using the World Map Dies. I also cut out a circle of Misty Moonlight card stock using the World Map Dies.

I start assembling the card by adhering the World of Good paper to the card front. I adhered the sentiment to the Cinnamon Cider strip with the 1/2 inch fold on the right. I then adhered the Brass Foil globe to the circle of Misty Moonlight circle. I adhered the entire globe to the hexagon with the stand underneath.

For the final assembly I adhered the hexagon to the card front using dimensionals. Make sure that you do not put dimensionals on the middle of the right hand side. The sentiment flap will go under the hexagon to lock the card closed. Attach the sentiment strip to the back of the card using Tear and Tape.

For the inside of the card I adhered the feather pen and ink well to the liner making sure that they are not visible when the card is closed. I then adhered the liner to the inside of the card. Don’t forget to decorate the envelope!

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