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Published on 05 Mar 2016 | about 1 year ago

Envelope Punch Board Mason Jar Card.

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This is the 3 project in the Envelope Punch Board Series. I featured this EPB projects in a class I had and was asked to do a video on the projects featured in the class so they could be duplicated at home.

Supplies I used are listed below.
3 x 11 piece of Wisteria Wonder cardstock
score on the 11" side at 4 1/4", 5 1/2", and 6 3/4"
Use the ON to line up the paper on the 2nd Score Line label and punch. Do this on all four sides.
Round the corners of the front and back of the mason jar.
Line up the middle section of the card on the end of the bubble just before the 1" mark and punch on both sides.
Glue the middle section together that holds the gift card.
Stamp flowers on the front of the card. I used Wisteria Wonder ink and the stamp set I used was Birthday Blossoms.
Stamp the Happy Birthday from the Tin of Cards stamp set in Wisteria Wonder ink on Whisper White cardstock and punch out using the Decorative Punch. Punch another piece with the Decorative Punch in Wisteria Wonder and cut as shown in the video to use as a board.
Punch out a Itty Butterfly and decorate the middle with rhinestones. Apply this piece to the stamp image.
Punch 2 leaves from the Bird Builder Punch.
Attach the stamped image to front of the card. Position the leave and adhere to the card.
You will need 2 piece of going gray cardstock that measure 2 3/4" x 3/4". You will need to run these pieces through the crimper. Once done you can attach to the top of the card. You will have some small piece of cardstock sticking out. That is okay. You will need to cut those pieces off using scissors.
Last step is to wrap around the top some white bakers twine. I recommend a piece that is about 20" so you can tie into a bow easier.

Enjoy!
Jennifer L. Lane
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