Cards for patriots

There is a new cutting diagram on the Club Scrap blog that allows you to take 4 sheets of cardstock and cut them to make 4 cards (including bases) that are deeply layered with very little waste.  I decided to give this a try, using only the four sheets of cardstock, the let freedom ring stamp set from a•muse studio, and inks and embossing powder.
 


I am really thrilled at how quickly these came together.  I think I will use this same idea for my Christmas cards too!

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Juliet Arrighi


9 comments:

Jocelyn Olson said...

That's amazing that you were able to make all of these with four sheets of cardstock. I love the stamps and how you stamped them across the three panels. Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays!

Adrian said...

Great cards, I will have to try this! Thanks for joining us this week at CTO!

Myrna said...

Juliet
What a great way to make cards. Your cards are lovely.
Myrna

Claire Newcombe said...

Fabulous set of cards for the guys,

Thank you for joining us at Artistic Inspiration this week,
Claire x
(DT)

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Juliet! Thanks for sharing the link from Club Scrap. LOVE your patriotic cards, and have pinned them. And a marvelous idea for using only 4 sheets of CS to create 4 very different looking patriotic cards. Even though they follow the same sketch, they still look unique. I like the stars and stripes on the three cards, and the liberty torch image. They must look rich in person with the embossing powder. Wonderful cards.

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love the 4 cards and will have to go check out your link to the Club Scraps Pintrest! Love what you did with the stamps too!

Lucianna Dilsaver said...

Your stamping is so wonderful and the embossing just makes it pop off the card, really beautiful cards! Thank you for joining us this week @ CTO for our "Memorial Day" challenge :)

Alice Wertz said...

beautiful set of cards. love them all! thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays Challenge this week!

Pamela said...

These are all great cards! Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!