Project

Flash-Card Ornaments

Photography: Eric Piasecki Photography

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2013

Introduction

Sources

Mat board, in Vintage Gray, 32" by 40", $13.50, framingsupplies-shop.com
Paper alphabet stencil, in Typewriter, $7; screw punch, $25; craft knife, $13; foam pouncer set, $5; and multi-surface craft paint, in Meadowlark, Wild Salmon, Blue Sky, Deep Sea, Granny Smith, and Habanero, $2 for 2 oz.; by Martha Stewart Crafts, michaels.com

materials

  • Ruler

  • Self-healing cutting mat

  • Craft knife

  • Mat board

  • Screw punch

  • Painter’s tape

  • Craft paint and paintbrush

  • Stencil kit

  • Foam pouncer

  • Silk ribbon, 1/8-inch wide

steps

  1. Using ruler and cutting mat, cut mat board into 2 1/2-by-4-inch and 3 1/2-by-5 1/2-inch sizes.

  2. With punch, make a hole at top of each card.

  3. Use tape to create 1/8-inch borders on short sides of cards. Paint borders; let dry. Repeat on long sides. Center stencil on cards with tape and apply paint with pouncer. Let dry.

  4. Thread an 8-inch piece of ribbon through hole; knot.

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