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Margie Higuchi

Fringed 4th of July Card Tutorial

Happy Birthday, America! I wanted to create a card that had movement so I took out my fringe scissors and went to town with my strips of red, white and blue patterned papers. Of course, using my Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products, I adhered everything all together. What do you think?

Fringed 4th of July Card by Margie Higuchi

After I cut my fringes (two layers for each color), I placed Extreme Double-Sided Tape 1/8″ Permanent on the back edge of each fringe and adhered onto my white A2-sized (4.25 x 5.5 inches) card base.

MargieHiguchi 500 Fringed4thCard Step1

I fussy cut the sentiment and stars from patterned papers. With the Dual Tip Glue Pen, I placed the stars onto the sentiment and let dry.

MargieHiguchi 500 Fringed4thCard Step3

For more dimension and not to flatten the fringes, I used 3D Foam Squares – White, Regular on the back of the sentiment. Took off the liner and center on the card front.

MargieHiguchi 500 Fringed4thCard Step2

The finishing touch of glitter in the centers of the stars and it’s ready to go! Another look…

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Fringed 4th of July Card by Margie Higuchi

If you’re wanting to see more 4th of July and other summer inspired projects, click: Summer Projects from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

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Thanks for stopping by!
Margie Higuchi

Supplies List:
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
3D Foam Squares – White, Regular
Dual Tip Glue Pen
Extreme Double-Sided Tape 1/8″ Permanent
Patterned Papers: Photo Play Paper Co. (Main Street Parade Collection)
Cardstock: Darice/Core’dinations
Glitter: Ranger Ink (Stickles)
Fringe Scissors: Martha Stewart Crafts

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