Sunday, May 31, 2020

Graduation Slant Card


Hello! Today I am sharing how I made a slant card. With it being graduation time I thought I would make it into a graduation card but it could easily be used for a birthday card too.


Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. The opinions I share are solely my own, and I only design for companies that I completely love their products. Affiliate links may be used where possible at no cost to you. However, I do earn a small commission when you click on my links and make a purchase from them. Thank you, and I appreciate your support!

Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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I used the Maker's Movement Essential Stamp Set for all the stamping I did. This is a great stamp set to have because it has sentiments for almost any occasion. This is definitely a go-to stamp set for all your cardmaking.

Measurements:
Cardbase Cardstock (teal) - 10 ½" x 8 ½"
Patterned Paper - 10 ½" x 8 ½"
Score at 3 ½" on both ends of 8 ½" sides
On 8 ½" side make a cut from 4 ½" to the corner of other 8 ½" side
Mat for the inside sentiment (teal) - 3" x 3 ½"
White cardstock inside the card - 2 ¾" x 3 ¼"

For the stars, I used Maker's Movement Nested Stars Die Set and used the three smaller stars cutting them out in several different colors that matched the patterned paper I used.


Interested in the products I used? Products that are still available are linked to multiple shops below, for your convenience.
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I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.

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