Dome Jar Shaker - Scarf Kitty by Fran Seiford
1. Die cut two panels of Tropical Sea cardstock with the Dome/Jar/Shaker die set. One panel should have the large oval window in the center of it, the other should be plain. Stamp the DECOR Snowflakes in VersaMark ink on the panel with the window.
2. Die cut the large, round-cornered rectangle from Firecracker Cardstock with the small oval window in the center.
3. Glue the red window panel behind the front Tropical Sea panel so the red forms a frame inside the large oval.
4. Stamp Scarf Kitty in black and color as desired on white cardstock. Die cut with the small oval die.
5. Place the Tropical Sea panel with the window flat on top of the plain one, aligning edges. Glue the kitty to the back layer by placing it through the window hole and lining it up to be visible through the window.
6. Die cut the small rectangle from two layers of craft acetate, using a piece of white cardstock underneath the acetate to make it cut better. Set the white piece aside for another project.
7. Glue one acetate panel over the opening of the red rectangle window.
8. Use double thick layers of the Creative Sheets Foam Adhesive to create a well around the window opening.
9. Add twinkle glitter to the acetate well and place the other sheet of acetate on top to seal completely.
10. Glue the WindowRama together by gluing the front flaps over the back flaps and flattening both directions while wet.
11. Die cut stamped greeting and Woodgrain base and adhere with paper fasteners. Add to front of card with foam adhesive.
Also uses these supplies:
Tropical Sea and Firecracker
Cardstock by My Colors®
Woodgrain Patterned Paper
Markers by Copic®
Foam Adhesive Creative Sheets by Scrapbook Adhesives™ by 3L®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesive® Silver Mini-rounds Paper Fasteners by Creative Impressions
Craft Acetate Sheets
Die Cutting Machine
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