I started off with a 5.5" x 4.25" white card base. I then cut a piece of green card stock at 5.25" x 4" cut out a star with my Cuttlebug, and the next to the largest star die form the star Spellbinders set that I have, and embossed it with a star embossing folder. Before attaching this piece to my card, I traced the star on the white card base, so I could use it as a guide for my ribbon.
Before I added my ribbon, I ran my ATG gun around and across the star to ad adhesive for the ribbon to stick to, then I added ribbon, running it diagonally across the star tracing.
I then added a strip of ribbon along the bottom of the green star cardstock, then attached it over the ribbon with dimensional tape to lift it a bit above the card base. I stamped the words, Happy Birthday on a piece of white card stock, cut it to size, inked the edges with green ink, then added this piece to the middle of the ribbon.
I love this technique, I have used it a few times with different shapes. I hope you have the chance to let me know what you think of my card, by leaving me a comment, I always love to hear what everyone thinks of the things I make. Please be sure to stop by the Card A Day Blog, every day, and see what our designers have made for your card making inspiration. If challenges are your thing, you might want to check out our monthly challenge, for the chance to win a great prize!
Wonderful card and well done on the tutorial for it.
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