A wild west card for one of the people that helped me with an animal recently. Sentiments looked wrong and imbalanced and a stamped image didn't work either. So, a strip of Cranberry Crisp, my needle punch from my Stamper's Tool Kit (SU) and a criss cross strip was born which added the perfect element! I made the photo corners (learned how to do them from a talented stamper here on SCS and darnit, don't have a record of it). I'll describe how she taught it. I cut a 1" square of the (brown) cardstock. From corner to corner, I cut it in half, making two triangle shapes. Then, I cut from the longest side straight in toward the corner. I did the same thing on the opposite corner. You are left holding a nice little photo corner which works on any card, any size. Reason I did it on this card? I had glue remnants on the corners that I couldn't remove (fabric glue is unforgiving on paper :( so I had to cover it up! Perfect fix!
Date: Saturday, July 21, 2007 GMT Views: 366