Samstag, 22. April 2017
- Cardstock 29,6 x 10,5cm, 9,5 x 12cm, 17,4 x 5cm und 2x 8,7 x 2,5cm
- 6 Brads
- Doppelseitiges Klebeband & 3D Pads
- Stempelmotive & Deko
- cardstock 29,6 x 10,5cm, 9,5 x 12cm, 17,4 x 5cm and 2x 8,7 x 2,5cm
- bone folder
- 6 brads
- doublesided tape and foam pads
- stamped images and embellishments
Score the 29,6 x 10,5cm sized cardstock at the middle so that you will receive an A6 sized card.
Use a die or punch to cut the dresser's "feet". Cut at the open side of your card.
After that your card's base should look like this.
Now cut 4 pieces of cardstock in 9,5 x 12cm, 17,4 x 5cm and 2x 8,7 x 2,5cm.
Score the 17,4 x 5cm piece of cardstock at 4,35cm from each end.
It will be the door part later. If you want you can ink the edges of each cardstock piece to get more depth in your card's layout.
Adhere the image and embellishments before glueing all parts together.
If you want that one of the drawers look like it would be a bit open adhere foam pads to the backside. Use fluid glue or doublesided tape for all other backsides.
Add all parts together like shown on the picture above.
If you don't want to show what's behind the door you can of course close them. I used a linen thread for that. After the card arrived I think it will stay open all the time.
This is how your dresser card could look like. If you will send it via snail mail you could add another layout of cardstock inside the door. This will prevent the image to be scratched by the brad's bracket.
Maybe you also need a baby card or will invite someone for coffee and cake? Then this card will be the right for you! Happy crafting!
And these are the dresser cards from the team: