How to Make a Scrap Card

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How to Make a Scrap Card
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Use white or neutral colored lace, hem tape & flower.

Use white or neutral colored lace, hem tape & flower.

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Punch border strip. Distress ink edges & bottom of card and edges & top of border. Make a pencil mark at 2-3/4" from side of card. Apply adhesive to reverse side of strips getting ends well covered.

Punch border strip. Distress ink edges & bottom of card and edges & top of border. Make a pencil mark at 2-3/4" from side of card. Apply adhesive to reverse side of strips getting ends well covered.

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Adhere strips to card starting at the pencil mark and working to each side. Leave 1/4" space at bottom. Stamp sentiment on scrap and punch out. Distress edges.

Adhere strips to card starting at the pencil mark and working to each side. Leave 1/4" space at bottom. Stamp sentiment on scrap and punch out. Distress edges.

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Distress lace with dobber & ink on both sides. On a waterproof surface, stain flower and hem tape.

Distress lace with dobber & ink on both sides. On a waterproof surface, stain flower and hem tape.

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LIGHTLY spritz lace & flower to even color. Put hem tape in Baggie and spritz to soak. Mush Baggie. Light mushing gives variegated;  heavy gives an even color.  Let dry.  Stamp pattern on flower.

LIGHTLY spritz lace & flower to even color. Put hem tape in Baggie and spritz to soak. Mush Baggie. Light mushing gives variegated; heavy gives an even color. Let dry. Stamp pattern on flower.

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Adhere a 7" piece of hem tape to border top. Adhere lace on top of that.  Make sure both are adhered to back &  front of border.  Put rhinestone upside down on glue dot and cover completely with glue.

Adhere a 7" piece of hem tape to border top. Adhere lace on top of that. Make sure both are adhered to back & front of border. Put rhinestone upside down on glue dot and cover completely with glue.

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Happy Creating!!

Happy Creating!!

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