Good Luck Card
Tim Holtz is a signature product designer for various companies in the craft industry including Sizzix® Alterations™, Ranger Industries®, Advantus®/idea-ology®, Stampers Anonymous, Tonic Studios® and Westminster Fibers. Tim plays an integral part in the development and design of cutting-edge crafting products bringing his unique vintage style. As a well-known designer, Tim travels across the country and internationally to educate and introduce people to his world of techniques and philosophy to simply enjoy the journey...View Designer
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Just a note or just because, create your own cards and forget the shop-bought ones. With this Good Luck Card, you can create a lovely card that will send along your best wishes.
Sizzix Die(s) Used
- Sizzix Bigz Die - Tattered Florals
- Sizzix Bigz Die - Hearts
Other Supplies: Assorted Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Adhesive Foam Pads, Brown Distress Ink, Corner Punch, Fine Line Pen, Good Luck Stamp, Hot-glue Gun, Jewelled Brad, Mount Board, String
- Cut a square out of the brown card and round off the left-hand corners with a punch. Ink the edges and attach to the face of the base card.
- Cut a rectangle out of the green patterned card, round off the bottom corners with a punch and ink the edges before attaching to the base card and adding the stitched detail with a fine line pen.
- Mount a piece of the autumn floral paper onto mount board and die-cut the Heart before inking the edges. Cut two strips of patterned paper and fashion the ends into banners before inking and attaching to the rear of the heart. Mount onto the base card using adhesive foam pads.
- Stamp "Good Luck" onto lined paper, fashion one end into a banner and ink the edges before mounting onto the heart.
- Die-cut two flowers from mustard and green card. Scrunch up the flowers to create creases and ink the edges before matting together and securing with a jewelled brad.
- Attach a length of looped string to the rear of the assembled flower and mount in place using a glue gun.