Use Real Red ink to stamp the " you're the music in my heart" sentiment near top right corner of the 3.75" x5" white panel.
2.)Use Tuxedo Black ink to stamp the double music note image in the middle of the same white cardstock.
3.) Run this same white panel through the Argyle embossing folder., don't forget to run the envelope flap thru the embossing folder while you're at it.
Once this panel is finished attach it to the Real Red cardstock piece and adhere to the front of the folded gray card.
Take a scrap of grey cardstock "2" x4" approx and arrange the treble clef staff and the "neck" of the guitar handle onto either a clear acryllic block or a Stamparatus plate (whichever is easier for you) following the guide in the photo. When these pieces overlap they will form your guitar..yes,Seriously! Those SU design artists are pretty creative!!
Once you have the acrylic stamp images pieced together to create the shape of your "guitar" stamp the image of "guitar" onto a 2"x4" scrap of grey cardstock and "fussy cut" around it to produce your guitar! Use a Real Red co!ored pencil to color the heart red then go over it with Wink of Stella pen or blender pen.
Now use strong adhesive to attach the guitar to the stamped argyle embossed front layer.
Attach this panel to the Real Red cardstock panel then adhere to the front of the grey card.
Stamp desired greeting ( Happy birthday or thinking of you ) on white cardstock scrap and punch out then layer onto the red circle then attach the 4" x5.25" white inside panel piece to the inside of the gray card base.
- -stamp the single heart shaped musical note randomly beneath the punched out sentiment on bottom.
If desired, tie a length of red satin ribbon (approx 12") along the fold of card.
This is perfect for just about any occasion...I love this set and hope that you will like it, too!
Don't forget to stamp a musical note or two on the outside envy!
p.s. I blew it when selecting the punch sizes for this project and used a retired punch for the smallerinside punch. If you don't have this punch use a 2 " circle punch instead .