Rocker Card, Tea & Cake - Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Spring/Summer 2020

This is a variation of a rocker card. I bought this gorgeous hessian ribbon online and I thought it was 3cm wide but I had accidentally clicked 5cm. We have all done it, right? I am sure it wont be the last time....
I keep looking at it and wondering what I can do to show off its beauty. Then it came to me. A variation on a rocker card.

A girly sweet entry for the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop Spring/Summer 2020. This is a week long event and the full details can be found here


For a full video tutorial, visit my you tube channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner

What I used 

1 Piece A4 Adorable Scoreable Card Stock in pale blue
1 Piece of Patterned Paper Unbranded
Hessian Ribbon
Dovecraft Embossing Stamp Pad
Papermania Embossing Powder in pearl
Heat Tool
Stamp Press
Daisy Mae Design Village bakery Collection, Afternoon Tea and Celebration Cake Stamp Set
Hot Glue Gun
Double Sided Tape
Spectrum Noir Tri-blend Markers
Compass

Instructions 

Set compass to 8cm and use it to draw a semi circle on the wrong side of the card stock. From the top and the bottom of semi circle draw a 10 cm straight line. Join these 2 lines vertically with a straight line. At the centre point of this line place the compass (this should still be set to 8cm) draw a 2nd semi circle.


Cut this out


Score at 13cm down the long side and burnish

Set the compass to 7 cms and draw a semi circle on the patterened paper. Cut this out and stick to the front of the card using double sided tape.


Glue the ribbon onto the front of the card, turn over and secure the edges on the inside 


With a separate piece of ribbon, tie a bow and attach in the centre of the ribbon with a hot glue gun

Using the Daisy Mae Design, Village Bakery, afternoon tea and celebration cake stamp sets, I heat embossed the images, fussy cut and coloured with Spectrum Noir Tri-blend markers.

Using the smallest luggage tag nesting die I cut and stamped a sentiment.
The sentiment was glued on with the hot glue gun and the images were attached with foam pads

Thank you for reading

Mrs H xxx

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