|Here is the inside to the basic card.|
|For embellishments, I hand drew two lines around the center frame and stamped "2013" to the center of the banner. I then added them onto an A2 sized black cardstock base.|
|Of course, if I made a masculine looking version, I NEEDED to make a feminine one too! This is my "shabby chic" version of the card.|
|Inside of the "shabby card". I inked it and added a button created from the circle banner piece.|
|Since I created a hand cut lace banner to the front of the card, I used the layered portion on the back stamped with 2013.|
|Here is what the card and all the layers look like once you select the layer button and print and cut. Confusing, I know! Just remember the title of the cartridge "Greeting Cards Inside and Out" and it makes more sense.|
There are lots of different ways you can use the cuts on this cartridge.
- You can cut the card with the layers combined. The cut would create a card that looks like #1.
- You can select layers and then delete them all to just cut the first card layer as shown by the #2. You could then add it to a cardstock base. My second card would be a close example of this.
- You can select layers and mix and match the pieces. My first example would be an example. I used all the layers as intended on the card, but used the first card layer (#2 in the pic) on a gift bag to create a matching set. You could also use cuts #7 & #8 to create a cute gift tag for the bag.
- You can cut all the layers and embellish away to create a unique and more personalized card like my third example.
As you can see, this card can be quite versatile and has a card for just about every occasion. Why not break it out and see what you can come up with? Already made a card from this cartridge? Please add a link to your creation. I would love to see it!