Nina’s Altered Christmas Project #2: Cardboard Background Cards

Okay, since the first project I posted was kind of a labor-intensive one, here’s a fairly simple altered project for you.

Nina’s Altered Christmas Project #2: Cardboard Background Cards.

The goods: Ouchless Cardboard; Green Color Kit; sequin waste from the Lush Kit; Wallpaper; vintage image from the December 2008 Kit; other stuff from my personal stash.

What I did: Cut and fold white cardstock to make a card. Adhere Ouchless Cardboard onto the cardstock. Measure wallpaper slightly smaller than the cardboard. Adhere. Get vintage image and adhere to cardstock. Adhere to wallpaper and cardboard. Get printed acetate and adhere to the bottom part of the vintage image. Adhere felt bird, bits from the Green Color Kit and sequin waste.

The goods: Ouchless Cardboard; cloth from an old kit; Making Memories old Christmas patterned paper and Vintage Findings Metallic Embossed Ephemera.

What I did: Fold white cardstock into card. Measure and cut Ouchless Cardboard slightly smaller than cardstock. Adhere. Measure and cut cloth slightly smaller than cardboard. Adhere. Cut chosen image from patterned paper and embellishment sheet. Adhere together with buttons.

And that’s it’s for today. Hope you come back to check out the rest of my altered Christmas projects. And hope that you and your families are having a wonderful holiday season!

*hugs*

Nina

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4 Responses

  1. I love these too!!!

  2. I love how this card came together, looks awesome!

  3. Very cool…I always love corrugated cardboard…what texture!

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