A few weeks ago when I attended the big shoebox swap in Milwaukee I had the opportunity to make a card with the lattice die and I realized how fun this die is. Thank you to Ruth Bieber for bringing such a great project for us to do - I had seen this before, but never took the time to try it so I was really glad to have the opportunity. This card is different than the one Ruth did but this is the version we did at class last week. The card is really pretty on the outside, but the wow is on the inside! I will see if Ruth will allow me to post her card on here also - cuz it was really cool!
- Stamps: On Your Birthday, A Little Birthday Cheer
- Ink: Black
- CS: Basic Black, Whisper White, Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo, Certainly Celery & So Saffron
- Big Shot: Lattice Die and Butterfly Embosslit
- Below I will post the instructions I had out for my customers. This is pretty easy to do - just fold your lattice in half, then fold the outsides in. When you place it in your card it will lay completely flat with the fold line in the center of the lattice matching up with the fold line of the card. You can see where we placed the glue.
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