My husband is a geography guy. He taught Middle School Social Studies where they focused on Europe, Asia, and Africa. When I showed him the World Of Good Specialty Designer Series Paper, he got really excited. His birthday is coming up in August, and I think this will be his card. I just noticed the actual paper with the world isn't on this card, but the world is. And now I notice that I should have put the other side of the world cut out. Well, maybe this is like the card that he will get with a few modifications. That will be easy with the supplies that go with the World of Good Suite.
The base of this card is the Cinnamon Cider cut to 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded at 4 1/4. Take another piece that measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 and run it through a die cut machine with the new Old World Paper 3D Embossing Folder. This folder does just what it says-gives the paper an old look. Glue this layer directly to the front of the card base.
The Early Espresso layer is 3 x 4. Run it through a die cut machine with the new Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder. From the center of this layer cut out the stand for the globe using the Old World Map dies. Add leaning to the left.
The patterned paper, from World of Good Specialty, is 3 x 4. Place it go that it is straight on the card.
Cut the circle from the dies from Misty Moonlight card stock. Cut the world from Garden Green card stock. Adhere the two. Add the globe and its stand with dimensionals.
The saying for this card is from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set. Stamp in Early Espresso on a 3/4 inch strip. Trim the ends. Add with dimensionals.
Take a piece of Linen Thread that is about 4 inches and fold it over. Tie a knot. Trim the ends as needed and fray the ends. Add to the sentiment with a glue dot.
Finish the card with three of the Cinnamon Cider dots from the 2020-2022 In Color Enamel Dots.
For the inside of the card, the saying is from the Seaside Notions stamp set. I love the font of this set. Stamp the ink well and feather. All stamping is done in Early Espresso.
We made this card in my classes last week. I do love how it turned out.
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