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In the fifth part of this video, Christina Crawford shows how to make a fun flower card with the rubber stamp technique.
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Now, you have your three pieces and you need to put them together and this is the easy part. You’re going to take a little bit of dimensional, if you want to give it that raise and these dimensionals are great. They are also acid free, so if you ever wanted to put something like this in your scrapbook, as an embellishment, you can. I’m going to put four on here, one in each corner, just kind of push down on those and separate the little ends, peel off that paper and you can just toss those out. Now, I’m going to take my bow and just make sure it’s where I want it to be, which is in the center. And take that down just put it right down on top of the decorative paper and push. Now, I have two more pieces to put together. This time, I’m going to choose to use the tape. So I’m going to flip that card around just hold it down and be careful and you want to put about one inch of the snail adhesive on each corner. You really don’t need any more than that, and pick that up and put that right there on your card. This is the finished project. Now, at this time, you can go ahead and stamp any kind of greeting or salutation that you want in the inside of the card. You can say Happy Easter, Happy Mothers Day, Thinking About You, Happy Birthday, With Sympathy, this is just a really nice generic card. You can do so much with it. You don’t have to stamp a salutation on it but you can and you can do it all season. This is one of my favorite cards to make because you can make a lot of these in a short amount of time and have lot of fun with it and don’t forget to reuse that glitter. It will get on your fingers and just a warning with the glitter, you will wake up, and there’ll be glitter on you somewhere. That happens with glitter and people will think you are so fashionable, so that’s a plus. You’re making a card and you’re having a fashion statement at the same time.