Dove Of Hope Slimline Card

  1. Card Base – Blackberry Bliss Cardstock – Cut a piece at 8 1/2″ x 7″ and Score @ 3 1/2″.
  2. Cut a piece of Granny Apple Green Cardstock @ 8 1/4″ x 6 3/4″. Stamp the Snowflakes using Whisper White Ink.
  3. Wrap the Gold Thread (from the Forever Greenery Combo Ribbon Pack) around the Granny Apple Green Cardstock Three times and using Washy Tape, stick the ends to the back.
  4. Wrap the same Gold Thread around your fingers Four times, then twist the middle and place two Glue Dots to the back of the part you twisted and place on the card.
    Then I fraid the ends, as shown in picture above. Using Multipurpose Liquid Glue, place the Granny Apple Green Cardstock to the front of Base Card.
  5. Cut out the Dove and Wings using the Detailed Dove Dies, place one Wing under the Dove and glue it using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.
    Then place the other Wing on top of the Dove with a Dimensionals…
    NOTE – I covered the Dove and Wings with Wink Of Stella Clear Glitter Brush.
    Place Mini Dimensionals on the back of the wings and Dimensionals on the Dove and place onto the card as shown in photo.
  6. Using the die from the Painted Label Dies, cut it out and place Dimensionals on the back, then place on your card.
  7. I then cut out the Whisper White Cardstock circle using the 2 1/4″ Circle Punch and glued it on top using Multipurpose Liquid Glue. I stamped the Sentiment from the Dove of Hope Stamps using Granny Apple Green Ink.
    All done!

Dove Of Hope Slimline Card
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About Sue Poilehttp://creativedesignsbysue.comHi, I am Sue Poile from Newcastle, NSW, Australia and I am an Independent Demonstrator of Stampin' Up! I am a Mum to 2 Daughters and 1 Son, I am a Nanna to my beautiful Grandchildren. I love card making, scrapbooking, making boxes and bags and more… MY DREAMS… "Share What I Love" … with other people with same passion. Ever since I was a young girl I have always loved to draw and colour in etc. As I got a little older I started to try different crafts of one sort or another, even learned leatherwork when I was 16…which I haven't done for quite a long time now, but I still have my tools. I've also done Cross Stitch, Tapestry and Beading. Years ago I discovered a great company called Stampin' Up! and I just love it!!! I had a unforeseen break from this for about 8 years and I have recently rejoined Stampin' Up. I love their products and would recommend them to everyone! I hope I inspire you in some way so please stop by again soon.

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