Hi, crafty friends. I’m back today with a card featuring THIS card kit…
I started by die-cutting the pieces from THIS die. I die-cut the largest die twice and adhered them together by placing adhesive on the two flaps. This forms the box shapes. Next, I die-cut the strips to go inside the box. I decided on three rows. I die-cut the stitched rectangle and square pieces from patterned paper.
I applied THIS to the back of all the stickers to remove the stick and taped thin strips of acetate to the back for more stability and to keep them in place. Here’s a close up of the back…
I white heat embossed a sentiment strip from THIS stamp set (included in the kit) and added a few of the enamel ants to the patterned paper pieces.
I finished off the scene with more stickers on the back panel.
What I love about this explosion card is it folds flat and fits in a regular size envelope…
Since I didn’t have to stamp, color, and cut out images, this card took very little time to create. I hope it inspires you to incorporate stickers on your next project.
You can find out more information about the kit HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate your support.
July 15, 2020
What a darling project and how fun that it folds flat for mailing. The recipient will be delighted to receive it.