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Happy Birthday - 11/09/2021

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White card blank (7 x 7")

White cardstock (5 1/2 x 5 1/2") 

White cardstock (6 3/4 x 1 1/2") 

Stamps from Create Together Club A Note To Say 

Banner Tag Punch

Izink Pigments: Burnt Orange, Lychee

Izink Dye Ink Pad: Reglisse 

Versafine Ink Pad: Onyx Black

Old book page

Black pen

Water spray bottle

Paint brush

Eureka 101

Foam Pads

Perfect Together Glue

Paper Trimmer



How To Guide - Step 1

Ink up the Typewriter stamp with Onxy Black Versafine, stamp on to the square white cardstock, and cut it out.  

How To Guide - Step 2

Ink up the random alphabet letters stamp, in the Versafine, and stamp on to the paper scroll. 

How To Guide - Step 3

Pop a little drop of the Izink Pigments on to a craft or glass mat. 

Add a little water and paint your typewriter, using a paintbrush.

Set to one side to dry.  

How To Guide - Step 4

Tear 4 strips, of different lengths and widths, from an old book page and adhere on to the front of your card blank. 

How To Guide - Step 5

Ink up the texture stamps, with the Izink Reglisse, spritz with water and stamp randomly over the torn book strips, and card blank. Ensure some stamped images go off the edge of the card. 

How To Guide - Step 6

Use the tag banner punch on one end of the white cardstock (6 3/4 x 1 1/2"). 

How To Guide - Step 7

Ink up the sentiment stamp in the Onyx Black Versafine and stamp on the right hand side of the tag, as shown here. 

Ink up one of the texture stamps, with the Izink Reglisse, spritz with water and stamp off the edge of the tag. You can add more splats if desired. 


How To Guide - Step 8

Adhere the tag, with wet glue, flush to the right hand edge of the card blank. 

How To Guide - Step 9

To finish, adhere your typewriter, with foam pads, so it sits on top of the tag, with the sentiment visible on the right.