Adhere stamp panels with Tear and Tape
I have been blogging in a multipart series on how I created this beautiful accordion folded style card for my wife's grandma, Mamaw as we call her. I blogged earlier about how I used the stamparatus to create the white panels with the stamped candle images. Then in another blog I posted, I used the simply scored board to get the card base panels all the same so it would fold neatly.
The process of making this really long accordion folding card with 96 candles has been a lot fun. I broke the process down into 4 videos. In this video I use the tear and tape adhesive to adhere the cardstock where the candles have been stamped to another piece of cardstock that is like a mat framing the stamped candle images. I like tear and tape for these types of projects because that cardstock can get very heavy and the regular snail adhesive will not hold on to it. The last thing I wanted was for Mamaw open the card and have it fall apart!
Check out blog post 1 of 4 where I use Stamparatus to make the stamped panels of the card.
Check out blog post 4 of 4 where I assemble and put the whole card together.
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