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To Give Thanks in Solitude Pivot Card

Create unique fancy fold cards when you learn a new technique! This To Give Thanks in Solitude Pivot Card is a beautiful handmade card that any recipient is sure to cherish. Learn how to use a unique steel die to create the pivot tags in the center of the card. Use a stamp with a beautiful sentiment to span both labels on the card. This idea is so absolutely unique. To send your sympathies or to customize for any occasion, this card is a beautiful paper craft.

To Give Thanks in Solitude Pivot Card

Materials:

  • Karen Burniston, Designer "Katie Label Pivot Card" die #768
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Rose die #799
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs embossing folder E105 Curvy Leaves
  • Card Stock in Bright Green, Bright White, Sage Green
  • Peridot Gemstones Shimmer Sheetz
  • Ranger Adirondacks Pesto Ink
  • Quietfire Design Gentle Thoughts "To GiveThanks" Stamp
  • Adhesive Sheets
  • Sandpaper
  • Scissors

To Give Thanks in Solitude Pivot Card

Instructions:

  1. Use the Karen Burniston, Designer "Katie Label Pivot Card" die #768  to cut bright green cardstock card base (4" x 5.5" folded size).
     
  2. With Ranger Adirondacks Pesto ink, Stamp Quietfire Design Gentle Thoughts "To GiveThanks" messages on bright white cardstock. Die-cut with the second-to-largest Katie Label accessory die.
     
  3. Cut a border in sage green with the largest Katie Label accessory die. Adhere white stamped shapes onto sage shapes, and adhere both onto the pivot (centered).
     
  4. Die-cut two rose leaves from darker green cardstock using Elizabeth Craft Designs Rose die #799.
     
  5. Emboss a 4" square piece of Peridot Gemstones Shimmer Sheetz with Elizabeth Craft Designs embossing folder E105 Curvy Leaves. Lightly sand the reverse side so the leaves are de-bossed and the background is toned down by the sanding to reveal the silver core. Cut vertically into two pieces, following the curvy lines in the embossing, close to the leaves.
     
  6. Adhere with double-sided adhesive sheet to left and right of card for a sparkly border.
     
  7. Adhere rose leaves and pairs of small dimensional flowers to the pivot as shown.
     
  8. Deliver in person or mail in a padded envelope. For standard postage, use low relief or flat flowers instead of dimensional ones.

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This "To Give Thanks in Solitude" pivot card is noteworthy indeed! The font of the sentiment stamp is drop dead gorgeous. The multi green and white color palette evokes a sense of freshness and growth. Both the leaves and roses give it a wonderful feeling of depth and beauty. The pivot provides pleasant flowing movement within the piece. Thank you so much for the creative inspiration!

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