Sunday, June 9, 2013

Card BAP Flying Unicorn


Hi everyone…Today I have a BAP Card or shall we say BAC LOL! I have used the Flying Unicorn June Kit of the Month “A Ray of Magic” to create it…so lets get started.



  1. I have used a piece of Cardstock cut to 6 x 9. I used some of the Coordiniations cardstock with the add on. Distress the edges. Than I cut the Canvas Corp Small Script paper to a size just a big smaller than the cardstock piece. Distress these edges as well.


 
  1. Make a center fold on each and glue them together.


 
  1. Now lets tear off a piece of the box that the kit came in…I always used the kit boxes for my corrugated board in the background.

 
  1. Attach the corrugated board to the card and add some gesso to it. I also added a piece of twine from my stash.


 
  1. In the Embellishment add on, there are some Pink Paislee paper goods pieces. Use some Ranger Distress ink, ink up all those edges and add some twine to a few of them.


 
  1. Next I used the left over piece of cardstock and cut out 2 hearts. I also cut out 2 hearts from one of the Authentique papers. Ink all the edges and tie some twine around the patterned hearts.


  
  1. Now I start to arrange the pieces on my card and I have tucked in some May Arts Web Weave Ribbon from the store.


 
  1. All of the flowers are from the Flower Add on with the kit.


 
Well that is it…….a simple yet cute card to say thanks to someone special. I hope you all try one.



7 comments:

Denise said...

Wow! This is a beautiful card, Shona! Thanks for the step by step!

Keren Tamir said...

Amazing card and amazing tutorial!!!

Lizzyc said...

This is a gorgeous card, and I love the step by step!!

Debbie L Gregory said...

Love this card, especially the mixed media feel to it and all the layers. Really like the corrugated also. Thanks for tutorial, especially like that.

carlies said...

wow beautiful card !!!

hugs carla

Denise van Deventer said...

Beautiful card Shona...a real stunner! ;-)

Cindy Gay said...

Wow! How creative you are Shona! Love the hearts and flowers!