It’s Sew much fun playing with new die sets, and the new Sewing Charms are super cute. I decided to use this set on a pink monochromatic Circle Tag book card. I thought it would be cute to have the thread from the spool on the front wind all the way through from the front to the back.
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1- die cut 2 of the mechanism pieces. If you inlay a circle die then it will cut a window
2- 3- I cut the mechanisms so the window was in every other circle.
4- die-cut 2 of the tag covers in the pink card-stock, and 2 in the darker pink paper and adhere them together.
5-6- diecut the piece that joins the 2 pieces together, fold on the score lines and adhere the 2 tags together.
7- die cut 2 tags in the lighter shade of pink paper, add to the other side of the tags
8- diecut the piece that supports the arms, in the light shade of pink paper. I find that if I add the supports to the arms before I fold, it easier to fold on the score lines and to not make extra folds accidentally.
9- fold as shown.
10- add adhesive, only to the section as shown, add each half of the mechanism to the inside as shown.
11- add adhesive to the centre tabs and join both halves of the mechanism together.
12-13- the card should look like this
13- die cut several pieces from the Circle Tagbook , and pieces from the Sewing Charms from the cardstock and paper already in use. I also used a metallic pink paper to cut some of the pieces. HINT- if you put fun-foam under the paper when cutting, you will get the embossing done at the same time as the cutting.
14- diecut the words and the shadows with the Mini Alphabet and Numbers set.
15- cut a long piece of white Bakers Twine and wrap it around the thread spool,
16- Add all the letters to the front of the card, add the spool of thread, when adding the letters wrap the twine around a few of them and then into the hole and into the inside.
17- I added a few decorations and rhinestones to the front. I thought it would be fun to make the hearts look like buttons, so I poked holes in them then added a little white pen.
18- I thought it would be fun to have the threaded needle on the back of the card. I used the Short Rectangles Crosshatch for a place to sign. I added the word Love, and some diecuts and rhinestones
19- the inside has the winding twine, and more diecuts.
20- close up of all the sections. The quote on the inside I typed and printed onto white Card-stock.
To see some other fun card using the Circle Tag book dieset
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Karen Burniston Products used
Pop n Swap the word “Love”
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BRILLIANT lovely card, colours and design
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