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Monday, February 25, 2019

"Make-It Monday" Let It Ride



Good Morning everyone! It's Monday...first day back to school after a week off for my kids. My son passed his driving test and got his license last week so he'll be driving to school today! Life sure changes fast! I don't even have to get dressed in the morning now...LOL!!

I have a FUN "Make-It Monday" to share with you today! Hope you LOVE it!




"Make-It Monday":  LET IT RIDE card created with Stampin' Up! products
All images © 1990-2019 Stampin’ Up!® 

Supplies:
  • Stamp Sets – Let It Ride (148765)
  • Card Stock – Early Espresso (119686); Very Vanilla (101650); Wood Textures Designer Series Paper or "DSP" (144177)
  • Stamp Pads – Early Espresso (147114); Pacific Point (147098); Tranquil Tide (147146)
  • Miscellaneous – Crumb Cake Blender Pens (144601); Stitched Shapes Framelits (145372); Layering Square Framelits (141708); Stampin' Dimensionals (104430); Mini Glue Dots (103633); Linen Thread (104199); 3/16” Braided Linen Thread (147808)
      
Measurements:  

  • Early Espresso:  8 1/2” x 5 1/2” scored at 4 ¼”  5 ¼” x 6” scored at 2” and 4”
  • Very Vanilla:  5 ¼” x 4”, 1 ¾” x 5 ¼” and 4” x 2 ½” scrap
  • Wood Designer Series Paper:  3 7/8” x 5 1/8”                             
  • Linen Thread: three pieces 9” each 
  • Braided Linen Thread : 2” piece                               
      
Instructions:

  1. Score 5 ½ x 8 ½” Early Espresso piece at 4 ¼” (folded in half).
  2. Line up on front of Early Espresso card the Very Vanilla piece and Wood DSP piece. Then place the square framelit centered at top and run through the Big Shot.
  3. Glue down the Very Vanilla and Wood DSP piece to the front of Early Espresso card front (with square hole in front).
  4. Glue the Wood DSP square to the Early Espresso square.
  5. Cut the Very Vanilla square down to 2 5/8” square. Stamp trees in Tranquil Tide and sponge  it on bottom of Very Vanilla piece. Then sponge Pacific Point on top half of Very Vanilla piece.
  6. On 2 ½” x 4” Very Vanilla piece stamp horse in Early Espresso. Color horse with Crumb Cake Blender pens and fussy cut. Stamp saying in Early Espresso then cut out with stitched oval framelit.
  7. Adhere horse to sponged Very Vanilla piece with Stampin' Dimensionals. Then glue Very Vanilla to DSP square piece.
  8. Knot the 3 strands of Linen Thread. Braid and then knot other end.  Roll in circle and tie with braided linen thread.
  9. Glue scored piece of Early Espresso to inside of card with mountain fold. Line up square piece with horse on it in square hole on front of card and glue to folded piece on inside of card.
  10. Stamp inside saying on 1 ¾” x 5 ¼” piece of Very Vanilla and glue to inside Early Espresso folded piece.
  11. Adhere stitched oval to front of card with Stampin' Dimensionals. Adhere lasso to oval with a Mini Glue Dot.
Let It Ride Cling Stamp Set
Let It Ride #148765 - $24.00

I hope you'll give this FUN card a try when you have a moment to create!! Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a TERRIFIC day!

Don't Forget...


REMEMBER...use this months hostess code 9T9TNNYC and place a minimum order of $50 (before tax and shipping...any you will also receive the gift pictured below ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Frosted Flower Embellishments
(a $7.00 value)

Frosted Flower Embellishments

You'll also receive the following...

  • One Darla Daisy for every $50 spent (before taxshipping).  When you have 10 Darla Daisies you can choose $40.00 of Stampin' Up! product(s) of your choice from me! Just email me your choice!
  • The projects we make in my February classes!  Here's what were making this month!

If your order is $150 or more, DO NOT use the code because you will receive hostess credits. You will get the gift from me FREE automatically along with the projects we make in my February classes!

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~Today's Thought~

Freebie! Laura Ingalls Wilder Quote Poster, Little House in the Big Woods

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