Well I thought I would show you more fun ways to use the fabulous Designer Series Papers – this card was inspired by my little girl who LOVES the guitar – her Kindergarten teacher plays the guitar and she is just desperate for lessons…I came across a template for a guitar one day and just had to make a card using it…


You can find the template for the guitar on the right – and you can find a list of materials I used at the end of this post. And don’t forget that all Designer Series Papers are on sale right now – buy 3 and get 1 free – this sale ends on May 31st – you can find out more details about this fab promotion by clicking HERE

I traced and cut out the body of the guitar from Bronze Metallic cardstock which you can find in the Taste of Textiles pack – I then cut out a larger body and the other guitar parts from Textured Basic Black cardstock. I used black Brads on the bridge and end of the guitar and adhered these pieces using dimensionals to give them a lift from the guitar body. I used a black Jumbo Grommet to create the soundhole – doesn’t it look fab?

I then took a piece of black paper from Rockabilly Specialty and cut out circles of Designer Series Papers using my Circle Scissors Plus – I adhered the two larger circles to the base and the yellow one I adhered using Dimensionals. Using my Big Shot and the Billboard Alphabet Die I cut the letters Rock out of Bronze Metallic cardstock and attach them to the yellow circle. I took a Basic Small Grommit and used it to highlight a small piece of DSP.

I then matted the black paper onto a layer of Bronze Metallic and onto the card base of Textured Kiwi Kiss.

Finally I took a chipboard U from On Board Loads of Letters and colored it using Riding Hood Red Ink. I used Tombow Multi Glue to adhere the red glitter onto it and attached it and the guitar to the card – and there you have a card suitable for a boy or a girl for any occasion – it is one of my most favorite cards I have ever made 🙂

Supplies:

Kiwi Kiss Textured Cardstock, Basic Black Textured Cardstock, Bronze Metallic from Taste of Textiles (pg 156), Rockabilly Specialty DSP, Good Morning Sunshine DSP, Bella Rose DSP

Billboard Alphabet Die (pg 198), On Board Loads of Letters (pg 182), Riding Hood Red Ink, Fine Galaxy Stampin’ Glitter (pg 180), Jumbo Basic Grommets & Small Basic Grommets (Occasions Mini Catalog pg 19), Vintage Brads (pg 174), Dimensionals

U Rock Guitar Card…
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  • August 9, 2009 at 11:17 pm
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