Perfect Allusion Prints: Create Show-Stopping Crafts With Just One Pad!
This gorgeous card creation just oozes elegance and sophistication, and is the work of none other than our lovely Shabneez Khan! Shabneez has turned this stunning diagonal split design into a thank-you card, but there are so many possibilities for this beauty! As soon as we saw it, we thought it could make a stunning luxury winter wedding invitation, or even a Mother’s Day card or birthday card! Shabneez’s secret weapon? The First Edition Perfect Allusion Pad! This gorgeous pad is jam-packed with printed papers which – when put together like this – transform simple projects into bold and beautiful creations! Want to know exactly how to use yours to create this beautiful card? Check out Shabneez’s step-by-step guide below!
This beautiful thank-you card is the perfect way to show your gratitude to someone special, but could just as easily be made for a variety of other occasions, using different sentiment stamps!
You Will Need:
- First Edition Perfect Allusion pad
- Plain Black Card
- Ink Pad
- Foam Pads
- Double Sided Foam Tape
- Thank You Stamps
- Adhesive Gems
From an A4 piece of black card, make a card blank measuring 11cm x 15cm.
Choose 2 papers from the pad, and cut to 10.5cm x 14.5cm.
Matt one sheet onto the card blank.
With the second sheet, make a mark at 6cm from the left along the shorter edge, and 12cm from the top of the long side. From the top left-hand corner, draw a line to each of the two marks you have made. You can see these marked in white on the photo.
Add foam tape to the triangles you have made, and adhere.
From another sheet of paper, fussy-cut a couple of flowers.
TOP TIP: It’s easier to fussy-cut from a small piece of paper, than from the original large one.
Arrange the flowers in the corner with foam pads, layering one on top of another.
Stamp ‘Thanks’ in the bottom gap of the card.
Add adhesive gems to embellish the centre of each flower, and your stunning diagonal split card is complete!
What would you use this stunning card design for? Let us know in the comments below!