These three are my favorites:
I used an old Stampin' Up background stamp for the background on most of these.
I left the sentiment off, for now, that way I can turn these into whatever I need them to be when I get ready to send it!
I used the Best Glue Ever to hold the layers and the dresses- worked great! This adhesive allows the folded paper to keep its spring by not soaking into the fibers - no wet spots showing through or dents.
Just a tiny drop and bead hold it down perfectly
Add glue and then put a book on it to flatten it a bit
For the delicate die cut sentiment and embellishments, I also used the BGE
If you are interested in learning how to make these, here is the video I used, there is no sound, which worked better for me. It took me 6 video repeats before I could make one.
I also found using the light weight 6x6 designer paper worked really great for my A6 size cards. for the A2 you might want to start with a 5x5 square. the stacks of 180 sheets of paper that you see in teh craft stores really work well. I tried the Cardstock and it was much more difficult to fold and to bulky to mail. Now if you wanted to make a sweet bridal shower bunting, the larger heavier paper would work beautifully!
Give this a try, it is very fun and relaxing!
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