Down Syndrome Awareness Month Card is what we have for you today. Did you know that 1 in every 700 babies are born with Down Syndrome which is about 6000 babies every year? My Goddaughter has Down Syndrome and I wanted to create this Down Syndrome Awareness Month Card in honor of her with our Awareness Ribbon Stamp Set 1.
Supplies Needed for the Down Syndrome Awareness Month Card Project
Here is the Down Syndrome Awareness Card Project. Down Syndrome Colors are yellow and blue.
To begin your Down Syndrome Awareness Project, take out your stamp set and take off the awareness ribbon off of your stamp sheet.
Place your stamp on your stamp block.
Ink your ribbon image.
Stamp your image on your paper.
Here is a close up of the stamped ribbon images for your Down Syndrome Awareness Card Project.
Take out your Yellow Chameleon Pen.
Color your Awareness Ribbon yellow as shown.
Take out your Blue Chameleon Pen and color the remainder of your Awareness Ribbon Blue.
This is what the colored Awareness Ribbon looks like for your Down Syndrome Awareness Project.
I have already pre-cut out a colored the ribbon for the Down Syndrome Awareness Project with my Brother Scan and Cut 2 for my Down Syndrome Awareness Card Project to save time. This is the image I will be using for my project.
Take out your manual die cut machine, platforms, embossing folder and paper. Place your paper inside the embossing folder.
Close your embossing folder so the paper is sandwiched inside as shown above.
Place your embossing folder on top of your main die cut platform on the appropriate tab and clear platform as shown.
Place your second clear platform on top of your embossing folder.
Run your embossing folder through the machine.
Here is a close up of the embossed paper. I love the detail of the stars for our Down Syndrome Awareness Card Project.
Apply adhesive to the back of the embossed paper.
Place the embossed paper on your card base.
Add your 3-D foam square to the back of your Down Syndrome Awareness Ribbon image.
Place your Awareness Ribbon image for your Down Syndrome Awareness Project on your Card front.
Using your twine, wrap your card as shown and tie the ends in a bow. Trim the excess twine.
*TIP* If you have your bow in the wrong place and would like to slide it easily, simply bend (NOT FOLD) your card as shown.
This allows some slack in the twine so you can easily move it up or down as needed.
Your Down Syndrome Awareness Card Project is COMPLETE!
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