Good Morning Everyone! Are you ready for week two of the "Make A Card Challenge"? I am and I am so glad to see so many of you who have joined in the fun! Last week, we focused on making just the card base. This week, we will use a paper trimmer to cut each of the card's layers. Here's a hint: if you cut card layers in multiple sizes and colors, you can save them in ziploc bags and use them later for quickly making a card. Now on to the challenge! Don't forget to leave a comment on this post telling me about your progress. Remember not only is a picture of your final card needed for the prize drawing, but you must also respond weekly. Enjoy!
Materials: Paper Trimmer, two sheets of cardstock (one that matches your card base, and a neutral color, preferably white)
1. Cut two card layers from the white cardstock at 5 1/4" x 4. One will be your 1st card layer and the second will go on the inside of the card.
2. Cut one card layer from the matching color cardstock at 5" x 3 3/4". This will make your 2nd card layer.
3. Cut one final card layer from the white cardstock at 4 3/4" x 3 1/2". This will make your 3rd card layer.
4. When you finish, each of the layers will fit on your card base like the picture below.