Here is the Sign Language Halloween Card Project. For the tutorial, I am going to change it up a bit.
For your Sign Language Halloween Card Project, take out your paper to stamp on, black ink, Acrylic stamp block and your Sign Language Stamps.
Place your image on your stamp block, ink your image and stamp your image on your paper. Clean off your stamp and place it back on the stamp sheet. Take your next stamp and place it on the stamp block and repeat previous steps.
**TIP** Take your punched Sign Language Alphabet Letter and place a post it note on the end of it. This will give you more flexibility with placing your paper in the correct spot to punch it.
Using the post it note, you can hold the paper outside of the punch even if it is too small to do so! Punch your letter.
See how this enables you to still use the small piece of paper but you can still hold it for precision? It works!
Here are the stamped letters for your Sign Language Halloween Card. What do you think?
Take out your ribbon. Cut small pieces that you will fold in half. Trim the edge.
I trimmed the ribbon with a triangle cut out on the bottom. You can trim them straight across if you would like to but I wanted something a little more decorative. Fold your ribbon in half and place it on your punched out letter.
Use your stapler and staple your ribbon to the punched out letter. Set aside.
Take out your decorative paper, card base and ticket punch. Punch the four corners of your decorative paper as shown above.
Place adhesive on the back of the decorative paper and adhere it to the card base.
Using the 3-D foam adhesive, place them on the back of your punched out letters. Peel the backing off of them as shown.
Place your letters on your card base.
Take out your quicker picker poker picker upper or whatever tool you use to place your rhinestones.
I am not sure where I am going to put my rhinestones. Should I put them here?
I think I like them better at the bottom of the punched out letter. What do you think?
Your Sign Language Halloween Card Project is complete! Which version do you like better? Would you add anything?
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