(If anyone has any tips they would like to share on how to remove unwanted adhesive and smudges from transparency film, please leave me a comment on this post!)
This actually was a very simple card to create. First I printed my sentiment on a piece of transparency film. (See bonus tip below.) I trimmed the sheet to 5" x 10" and then folded it in half to create my card base. I then glued a silk leaf to a square of double-sided patterned cardstock. I attached the cardstock to the back of my card with eyelets, with the leaf facing the back. I attached a flower and another silk leaf to the front of the card with a giant pebble brad. Finally I adhered a bracket on either side of the flower.
Bonus Tip! When printing on transparencies, I flip my text/image to print backwards on the rough side of the film, and then flip the printed transparency so that I am using the smooth side for my card.
- Patterned Paper: Classic K McKenna Mat Pad
- Transparency Sheet: for inkjet printers by 3M
- Accents: Funky Vintage clear brackets,
paper daisies, pebble brad, and eyelets
by Making Memories,
- Silk Leaves: Michaels Stores
Finished Size 5" x 5". Want to see more of this card? Check it out in my online portfolio!