See all-the-way-through Card
by Sphoorti


Hello Poppy Peeps!


Sphoorti here, back with a truly see-through card creation. Poppystamps recently released their stunning "2022 Scandinavian Spring" collection, and I couldn't resist playing with the gorgeous 2615 Nordic Lacy Plate die. You might have even spotted this card on the Poppystamps Instagram during our Insta hop last month! Today, I'm excited to share a step-by-step guide on how to make this captivating, "latticed" card yourself. Take a peek inside!





I started off by cutting four panels of Neenah Solar White 110 pound card stock using the 2615 Nordic Lacy Plate die. For extra sturdiness of the panels, I adhered two panels together. Then I adhered the resulting two pairs of thick panels to make a top-folding card.




Then I cut four of the largest hearts from the Scallop Pinpoint Hearts Craft Die Set and adhered one on each side of the card so that they all overlap or cover each other.





On the front, I cut out a number of hearts using some silver foiled card stock, some alcohol ink card stock I had in my stash, and some plain white card stock and alternated the various resulting frames.





On the inside, I found some marbled pattern paper in my stash that I thought I'd use just for a change instead of plain white card stock.





I had a leftover silver foiled banner from a hot foiling spree from earlier this year which I used as the sentiment. It's from the PSF806 Modest Banner Greetings Hot Foil Plate and Craft Die set and reads "You are so amazing".



And that was it, really! What do you think?





Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! We love to hear from you.


Have a great week ahead!




Sphoorti Floral Signature copy





Hi Sphoorti, This is a beautiful, layered card, gorgeous colours and lovely die-cuts
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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