That's the Tag 2-for-1 Card A
S tained glass look on this first card using the That's the Tag Bundle from Stampin' Up! Be sure to save the Tangerine Tango flower cut out to use on the second card.
Cut card stock pieces to the following sizes using a Stampin' Trimmer:
- card from Tangerine Tango Card Stock at 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scored at 4-1/4"
- 4" x 5-1/4" from Old Olive Card Stock
- 3-7/8" x 5-1/8" from Whisper White Card Stock
- 2-3/4" x 3-1/4" from Tangerine Tango Card Stock
- 2-1/2" x 3" from Vellum Card Stock
- 2-1/4" x 2-3/4" from Copper Foil Sheets
Without adhering, place Tangerine Tango rectangle on the left side of the Whisper White rectangle so an even amount of white shows on the top, bottom, and left side. Mount a single line sentiment of your choice from the That's the Tag Set on Block G. Ink it up with the Tangerine Tango Ink Pad and stamp it to the right of the Tangerine Tango layer about 3/4" up from the bottom.
Mount the spray of two stems with a flower on the end of one image from the That's the Tag Set on Block C. Ink it up with the Old Olive Ink Pad. Stamp it above the sentiment at an angle so the ends of the stems will be hidden behind the Tangerine Tango rectangle. Color in the flower on the end of the one stem using the fine tip on the Tangerine Tango Marker.
When you are happy with your stamping, adhere the stamped white layer to the Old Olive layer and then adhere that to the front of the Tangerine Tango card.
Place the Tangerine Tango rectangle on a Cutting Pad on top of the Big Shot Platform. Place the flower image Timeless Tags Thinlit on top of the rectangle so it is centered in the middle of the rectangle. Place another Cutting Pad on top and run through the Big Shot. Carefully remove the flower image trying to keep all the little pieces in place. Save this piece to use on Card B.
Place the Tangerine Tango rectangle with an oval cut out of the center inside the Petal Burst Embossing Folder. Place the embossing folder on top of a Cutting Pad on the Big Shot Platform. Place another Cutting Pad on top and run through the Big Shot.
Slide a white paper clip from the Mini Paper Clips Combo Pack onto the top left corner of the embossed Tangerine Tango rectangle. Tie a small piece of Old Olive Baker's Twine in a bow to the top of the paper clip before sliding it completely into place.
Place the Copper Foil Sheet rectangle on the Precision Base Plate on top of the Big Shot Platform. Place the flower image Timeless Tags Thinlit on top of the rectangle so it is centered in the middle of the rectangle. Place another Cutting Pad on top and run through the Big Shot a couple of times. Use the Die Brush to remove the tiny pieces.
Place the flower oval cut out upside down on one side of a Silicone Craft Sheet. Cut a Stamping Sponge into quarters and clamp the triangle edge of one quarter in a large binder clip. Squeeze a small amount of Multipurpose Liquid Glue on one corner of the Silicone Craft Sheet. Dab the sponge into the glue and then lightly onto the back of the flower oval cut out. Flip the flower oval cut out over and adhere it to the center of the vellum rectangle.
Outline the oval cut out on the back side of the Tangerine Tango embossed rectangle using SNAIL. Carefully place the Tangerine Tango rectangle over the top of the foil oval adhered to the vellum. Trim off any excess vellum that pokes out the sides as needed.
Turn the Tangerine Tango/vellum rectangle upside down so you can color on the back side of the vellum. Use the brush tip of the Tangerine Tango Marker to color in the petals staying within the lines. Go over some of them a couple of times to make them darker. Use the brush tip of the Old Olive Marker to color in the leaves staying within the lines. Go over some of the areas a couple of times to make them darker. Use the brush tip of the Soft Suede Marker to color in the flower center staying within the lines. Go over some of the area a couple of times to make it darker.
Add more SNAIL to the back of the colored Tangerine Tango/vellum rectangle and adhere to the left side of the card front.
You can keep the sponge in the binder clip and use it again and again for applying glue. Let any excess glue on the Silicone Craft Sheet dry and then just rub it off.