Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Quickie Quad Card Cuts


Hello, Club Stampers!

Have you received your Graffiti Club Stamp kit? As you may have suspected, the prints are tons of fun! Today I've put together four quick 5x7" cards starring the Club Stamp Text Weight Print.


1. Trim the text weight print vertically at 6.75, 4.25 and 2.5". Cut each 2.5x11 strip horizontally at 9, 5.5, and 3.5". Trim each 1.75x11 strip horizontally at 9.5, 5.5 and 4". (Save this formula and use it again and again on future CST quad-style prints!)


2. The trimming process will divide the print into a total of sixteen interchangeable sections of artwork.


3. Cut four black 4-1/2x6-1/2" panels and stamp the greeting onto the bottom 3/4" area.


4. Assemble panels using one piece of each print/size per card panel.



5. Embellish each panel with glitter brads (included in the Graffiti Embellishment Pack) and layer onto the 5x7" card base. I thought it was fun to use papers from past kits since this print has so many color options!


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Enjoy the Club Stamp Kit Prints and thank you for stopping by. 
Kay at Club Scrap

17 comments:

  1. As soon as I opened the blog I recognized your talent Kay. thank you so much for this wonderful idea.

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  2. Wonderful cards, Kay . . . as always!

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  3. Kay these are wonderful, thanks so much for sharing. Black panels just make it all pop!

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  4. Well let's see, the tourquoise looks like Expressions, is the yellow Matrix?

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    1. Good job on the Expressions guess. The orangey - yellow is actually Equestrian, the Pink is Bold Blooms, and the purple is from Wild Flowers. Kind of fun to pair up this Club Stamp Print with other kits for sure.

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    2. Thanks!! And I haven't ALSB'd any on those yet (except Expressions...) so no wonder I didn't know...huge stash...no time.

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  5. I love this! I just bought a bunch of the quad prints late last year and this is such a yummy way to try them out. hmmm, would also be fun with some leftover pieces of those collage prints we were all making a few years ago. And bits of patterned papers....oooh and maybe leftover tags and cutaparts from previous kits.....

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  6. Lovely, lovely. Thanks for the cutting diagram.

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  7. These are so much fun and easy cards, Kay!

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  8. Thanks for the design and fun cards

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  9. Great cards and wonderful instructions!

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  10. So very creative! Will have to try this out when I get my graffitti kit....still waiting.....

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  11. These are super fun Kay! Agreed, this would be a great way to use up some scraps and odds and ends from previous kits. The end result is so fun!

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  12. Love this idea. I'm going to try this the next time I make cards.

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