This is my first time using the Bubble Over Bundle. I really wish I had played with it sooner. It is perfect for layering. There are dies for almost every piece of the stamp set, plus a few extras. I made a simple card with a little twist to the fold. It is sort of a side/gate fold card.
Please excuse my finger! The card did not want to stay closed to have it’s picture made. It is propped up and was misbehaving! I made the card pretty plain, with the bottle as the focal point. I had intended to clear emboss the bottle label, but then glued it down before I remembered to do it. Duh!!
I have the measurements for this off center fold further down in the post. I used several products, but they are not necessary. The Ticket Tear Border Punch could easily be a straight piece of card stock. I added it to mimic the edge of the bottle cap. That was my thoughts on using the scalloped ovals instead of straight ovals.
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- Base card of Island Indigo is cut 4 X ll
- Score the base card at 2, and & 1/2, fold and burnish
- The layer is cut to 5 X 3 3/4
- Emboss the layer, then cut it to 3 3/4 X 1 3/4 and 3 3/4 X 3 1/4
- The focal point is adhered to the right half of the front
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