Hi everyone, Christine here today. Recently my parents celebrated their wedding anniversary and they both definitely deserved a handmade card. I am featuring the Self-Laminating Pouches – Card Small to give the card an interesting twist.
I went through some old photographs and found one when they were in their teens together in the 1950’s. To preserve the photo I decided one of the Self-Laminating Pouches – Card Small would be perfect and also use it as an aperture for my window card.
To create the aperture I die cut a square ensuring my Self-Laminating Pouches – Card Small would fit neatly behind. It is possible to cut an additional piece of card to create a double mount.
To affix the laminating pouch I selected E-Z Squares Refillable Dispenser. NOTE: dispenser is refillable to match ANY of the other E-Z adhesive refills – they are all interchangeable. LOVE! To conceal the reverse of the laminating pouch inside your card affix into place another piece of card.
I gathered together some additional die cuts to decorate the card front and affixed the heart with 3D Foam Squares, White – Regular.
I kept the color scheme white with just a touch of silver.
Thank you for joining me today and please remember to check out the brilliant products listed below with their links.
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
E-Z Squares Refillable
3D Foam Squares, White – Regular
Self-Laminating Pouches – Card Small
Spellbinders® Paper Arts: Swallow and Heart Etched Dies
White Cardstock; Silver Foil Card; Gemstones
By Christine Smith May 3, 2017 - 4:13 pm
Love this, its fabulous! Thank you for the tutorial. xxx