On A Pedestal Mini Notes



Stamps

  • On a Pedestal
    (set of 7; item 113814; $26.95)

Paper

  • Soft Suede card stock: 2″ long strip
  • Very Vanilla card stock: two at 3″ x 2″; three at 2″ x 4″; 2″ x 2″; 1-1/2″ x 2″; three at 1-1/4″ x 2″
  • Ruby Red textured card stock: 6″ x 6″
  • The Write Stuff Specialty Designer Series paper: 2″ x 2″

Ink

  • Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad
  • Ruby Red Classic Stampin’ Pad
  • Soft Suede Classic  Stampin’ Pad
  • Old Olive Stampin’ Write marker
  • Ruby Red Stampin’ Write marker
  • Soft Suede Stampin’ Write marker

Accessories & Tools

  • Clips assortment
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • Heart to Heart punch
  • 1/2″ Circle punch
  • Sizzix Big Shot
  • Bitty Box & Envelope Bigz XL die
  • Crochet thread
Instructions

Present and Cake Mini Note

  1. Fold 2″ x 2″ mini card from Very Vanilla card stock (2″ x 4″). Stamp candle image in Soft Suede ink twice on card.
  2. Stamp square cake image in Old Olive, Ruby Red, and Soft Suede ink on individual pieces of Very Vanilla card stock (1-1/4″ x 2″ each). Cut out Old Olive cake. Cut off top portion of Ruby Red cake, and adhere over top of Old Olive cake to create Old Olive cake with Ruby Red top. Adhere cake to card over bottom edges of Soft Suede candles.
  3. Cut square from bottom portion of Soft Suede cake. Tie crochet thread around square to create present, and adhere to card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Monogram Mini Note

  1. Fold 2″ x 2″ mini card from Very Vanilla card stock (2″ x 4″). Adhere Soft Suede card stock strip to card.
  2. Ink cherry image using Old Olive and Ruby Red Stampin’ Write markers, and stamp image on Very Vanilla card stock (3″ x 2″). Punch out using 1/2″ Circle punch. Repeat four times.
  3. Ink “A” on “Amazing” portion of word block image using Old Olive Stampin’ Write marker, and stamp image on Very Vanilla card stock. Punch out using 1/2″ Circle punch.
  4. Adhere all circles to card.

Sweet Mini Note and I {Heart} U Envelope

  1. Fold 2″ x 2″ mini card from Very Vanilla card stock (2″ x 4″). Adhere Soft Suede card stock strip to card.
  2. Ink word block image using Ruby Red and Soft Suede Stampin’ Write markers. Stamp image on Very Vanilla card stock (1-1/2″ x 2″), and cut apart. Adhere individual words to card.
  3. Cut envelope from Ruby Red textured card stock using Sizzix Big Shot and Bitty Box & Envelope Bigz XL die. Assemble envelope.
  4. To prepare envelope lining, and line envelope using The Write Stuff Specialty Designer Series paper, follow instructions below:
  • Start by choosing a Designer Series paper that coordinates with your card. The paper doesn’t have to be an exact match.
  • Next, cut your paper to the shape and size of your envelope,including the flap but not the adhesive strip. You can either line the entire inside of your envelope or just cut enough paper to extend 1-1/2″ to 2″ into the envelope. You may want to use a pencil to lightly trace your envelope on the Designer Series paper, and then cut it out.

tip: trim the adhesive strip from one envelope, and use that envelope as a template for tracing and cutting
designer series paper to line envelopes of that size. you can keep this envelope on file and use it as a template
again and again.

  • Finally, adhere the Designer Series paper to the envelope using SNAIL Adhesive, and score the paper along the fold of your envelope. Remember not to cover the adhesive strip used to seal the envelope.
  1. Punch hearts from Very Vanilla card stock (3″ x 2″) using Heart to Heart punch. Adhere one heart to envelope.
  2. Ink “U” on “Genuine” portion of word block image using Ruby Red Stampin’ Write marker, and stamp image envelope to right side of heart.
  3. Stamp candle image in Ruby Red ink on envelope to left side of heart.
  4. Clip card to envelope.

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