Merci Magnet Card


size: 3-1/2”x5”

Materials

  • Cardstock: White (Wausau Paper); Leapfrog, Sprout, Blackbird (Bazzill Basics); Glossy White (Ranger)
  • Blank chipboard
  • Antique Black brads (Making Memories)

Tools

  • Stamps (Penny Black Inc.): Thinking of You (#30-023) (Eiffel Tower); Salutations (#30-014) (Merci)
  • Ink pads (Tsukineko): VersaFine Black Onyx; VersaMark watermark pad and pen; StazOn Jet Black solvent
  • Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Inks (Ranger): Bottle; Butterscotch; Lettuce
  • Alcohol Ink Blending Solution (Ranger)
  • Alcohol Ink Applicator Felt (Ranger)
  • Embossing powders: clear (Tsukineko); Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress (Ranger)
  • Inkssentials Brass Memory Foil Tape, 1/4” (Ranger)
  • Small magnet
  • Small jewelry tag or oval punch
  • Poster putty

Directions

  • 1. Make side-fold white card.
  • 2. Cut 3-3/8”x4-7/8” Leapfrog panel; mat on 3-1/2”x5” black cardstock panel. Cut 2-1/8”x3-1/2” Sprout panel; mat on 2-1/4”x3-5/8” black panel. Stamp Eiffel Tower image at center of Sprout panel. Adhere smaller piece to larger piece, leaving space at bottom for sentiment. Set aside.
  • 3. Trace left side of small jewelry tag onto Sprout cardstock scrap; flip tag and trace right side to create label. If jewelry tag is unavailable, punch small oval-shaped tag. Stamp black “merci”; heat emboss with clear powder.
  • 4. Tap two brad heads into watermark ink, then dip in Walnut Stain embossing powder; heat emboss. Attach tag to cardstock panel with brads. Adhere panel to card.
  • 5. Use applicator to pounce alcohol inks onto a piece of glossy white cardstock. When pleased with effect, pounce with Blending Solution. Stamp Jet Black tower image on inked cardstock; trim to 1-3/4”x3-1/8”.
  • 6. Cut 1-3/4”x3-1/8” chipboard piece. Adhere stamped image to chipboard. Wrap edges of piece with brass foiling tape. Use watermark ink pen to color over tape, then sprinkle with Walnut Stain embossing powder; heat emboss. Adhere small piece of magnet to back. Adhere to card, over stamped image, with poster putty.

by Elizabeth Allan

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