|Using my cartridge again , I made a small 2" frame and attached it to the top portion. Added a sentiment in the center. The final product.|
|Here is a view of more stitching|
|I used my Joys of the Season Cartridge for the card base. The size is 6"|
|This is the same technique. The black insert on the fireplace.<><><><> >>>>|
|Here I overlayed the wood, then I did the same with the black for the wood holder. I added embellishments with black, red and gold stickle glitter. Added garland at the top of the fireplace and then added the wording Happy Holidays. 2"<><><><> >>>>|
Really love the look of the cutout cards. My cricut is so helpful. It makes my work so much easier and fun. Where was this machine when I was teaching kindergarten all those years?
It seems I have added a few more of the same picture during my editing. Don't ask me how I did it, I just did. Unfortunately, I can't remove them for some reason, so enjoy looking at the extras.
|The next step I flipped it over and ran dry adhesive around all the edges. Then just folded the overlap ribbon and attached it to the cardstock with the dry adhesive. Then the next step is to flip it over and add a strip of ribbon going horizontally to the top and bottom. Attach this with the dry adhesive to the front and back of the cardstock. It will give it a more finished look. I then, just attached using a decorative element. I would probably jazz it up a bit more if it wasn't a sample. But hopefully, you've gotten the idea how to do it.<><> >>|
|I decided to add the pictures on this blog. But hop over and catch up with the Weber's if you'd like. This picture shows the strips laid out. Adhere dry adhesive to the left and top side of the base case you're attaching the ribbons to.<><> >>|
|This is the finished product after weaving horizontally and vertically. I used 2 different colors of sheer ribbon. Next time I might try a heavier ribbon to weave.<><> >>|