Thursday, July 29, 2010


Third step is to glue the pieces down with a glue stick on the front of the card, and then put them under something heavy for the night. I hope you didn't look at your art and try to pick out certain parts before you cut them. It is more fun to go ahead and cut it up and then see all the surprises. If you want to add to, or touch something up, you can do that later. Now I have several cards with very little effort, and it was a lot of fun. Friends enjoy getting a handmade card; it is sometimes the gift! It is great to use one of those abstract pieces that just didn't work out, for this project. You could even use the kids paintings as long as the paper is heavy enough.  Blank cards and envelopes can be purchased at any craft store. Have fun! 

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