October 21, 2014

Baker's Twine Webbed Card!

Here is my very neat project for today! I received an email from the company that I purchased my eCutter from and in that email, they showed a photo of a project that was called a "string spider web". That's where today's inspiration came from. I knew I could make this on my own using my Stampin' Up! supplies. What do you think of my "string spider web" card?


And my punch art 3D spider:


Here's a side view of the card so you can see that it's open in the middle of the card front:


And this is what it looks like when it's open:


I think this is such a neat card and so much fun to create. I used the Circles Collection Framelits Dies to cut out two scallops. Using one of the scallops, I centered a circle 2 sizes smaller to cut the inside. I then used a 1/4" hand-held punch and punched the small holes around the scallops at every other scallop:

 
Then all you do is start threading your Baker's Twine every-which way from one hole to the other until you like the look. I ended in the same hole I started and them double-knotted and snipped the ends off. 
For the inside of the card, I cut a circle a size larger than the circle in the front, in Basic Gray Cardstock. I then scored from scallop-to-scallop at the very top and folded. I then glued the folded portion to the front portion.

Did you know that you can get awesome ideas such as this card with our Holiday Collection at Create with Connie & Mary? You can still join and catch up with all of our postings that started last week. Lots of ideas for the holidays!

 
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3 comments:

  1. LOVE it!!! Your projects are over the top! Love your work:)

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  2. Ooooooo, that's really cute. Looks like it was a lot of work!

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  3. Ohhhh!! how very creative, super cute, lots of texture, love it Debbie. Fairly simple to make, thank you so much for sharing.

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