Aloha Cards 2006

By Pat Nakayama

Supplies for Aloha Card:

DCWV Card Kit In A Stack - Congratulations #3005 1892

Queen & Co. Alphabet Brads – Summer #3005 0153 or choice of color

3" x 3" Bright Green Cardstock (for palm tree)

3" x 3" Dark Green Cardstock (for palm tree)

Uchida Super Punch-Palm Tree #3002 8747

1/4" Pop dot  #3000 8289

4" of 1/8"green ribbon

 

Supplies for Flower Card:

DCWV Card Kit In A Stack – Thank You #3005 1893

EK Success Whale of a Punch – Flower #3004 9195

American Crafts Ribbon Uptown – Pink #3004 8961 (or choice of ribbon)

Queen & Co. Big Brads – Green #3005 8067 (or choice of color)

2 – 3" x 3" Scrap paper or vellum - coordinating colors or prints

 

Basic Supplies:

Double Stick Tape 5mm #3001 3283

Mini Glue Dots #3000 1510

1/8" Hole Punch #7717 8541

Pencil

Ruler

Cutter Bee Scissors #3001 6607 (or sharp scissors)

 

Directions:

 

Aloha Card -

Punch two palm trees, one from each shade of green cardstock. Use a pop dot and adhere the dark green palm tree on top of the bright green one. Tie a bow from the 1/8" ribbon and glue to the base of the palm tree. Set aside.

 

Choose one card design and one coordinating solid card stock from the Card Kit In A Stack.

Rip 1 1/2" strip from the solid card stock. Choose from the alphabet brads to spell

"ALOHA" (or desired wording). Use a ruler to measure the spacing for each brad letter on the paper strip and mark with a pencil. Remember to leave space for the palm tree. Use the 1/8" hole punch and punch at the pencil marks. Insert the alphabet brads into the paper.

 

Apply double stick tape to the backside of the paper strip. Position the paper strip on top of the card and mark with a pencil.  Peel off the paper backing from double stick tape and carefully place it on top of the card, using the pencil marks as a guide. Glue the palm tree to the front of the card.

 

Flower Card -

Punch two flowers from the scrap paper. Punch a 1/8” hole at the center of both flowers. Overlap both flowers (one on top of another).  Insert the big brads at the center. Carefully curl the flower petals with the scissors. Apply glue dots to the back of the flower and set aside.

 

Choose one card design and one coordinating solid card stock from the Card Kit In A Stack.

 

2005 Ben Franklin Crafts, Inc.

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