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Project

Flaunt Cards

Materials

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Download and print templates.

  2. Step 2

    Tear paper into card character.

  3. Step 3

    Glue character onto front of card with glue stick.

  4. Step 4

    Decorate character with 3-D fabric paint.

  5. Step 5

    When front of card is dry, be sure to include your message.

Source
The Martha Stewart Show, May 2007

Reviews (12)

  • bettyclares 13 Jun, 2011

    I can't download the Templates. When I click on the Flaunt 1 and Flaunt 2 it goes to a black page.

    Please advise me as to what to do to get these templates.

    Thank you
    Suzanne

  • ivphb 19 May, 2010

    i just made about twelve of these cards....I love them and easy to do. I didn't use the paint 9 didn't have any) and they still came out really well. A little glitter might enhance them........i don't know. It was easy getting the templates, easy to follow the directions and so fun to do.

  • joanne010 17 Jan, 2010

    so cute!

  • KsLibrarian 1 Jan, 2009

    Just close the video and you will see the template links. Hope this helps. KsLibrarian

  • mltbkr 11 Dec, 2008

    Hi Everyone,
    I just register and I'm pulling my hair out with trying to find the template for flaunt cards. Can someone please please please help me. I'm also interested in a template from another craft video. Is there a cost ? maybe ? why is sooooo diffucult ? to locate these templates thank you in advance

  • gostlady 27 Nov, 2008

    I have tried really hard to find the templet for the Flaunt cards but I cant find them how do you get to the templets she says is on the web site
    gostlady

  • shirley2 23 Aug, 2008

    Mulberry papers can also be found at art supply stores that carry papers for
    journaling and book binding supplies. Also ,some scrapbook stores will sell it
    in smaller sizes like 8x10 or 12x12.
    These are darling cards . Kuddos to Shannon!

  • shirley2 23 Aug, 2008

    Mulberry papers can also be found at art supply stores that carry papers for
    journaling and book binding supplies. Also ,some scrapbook stores will sell it
    in smaller sizes like 8x10 or 12x12.
    These are darling cards . Kuddos to Shannon!

  • shirley2 23 Aug, 2008

    Mulberry papers can also be found at art supply stores that carry papers for
    journaling and book binding supplies. Also ,some scrapbook stores will sell it
    in smaller sizes like 8x10 or 12x12.
    These are darling cards . Kuddos to Shannon!

  • santamaker 8 May, 2008

    Thank you , JKMc, for your quick response to my inquiry. I have a Michaels nearby and will try to find it there.

  • JKMc 8 May, 2008

    I found the mulberry paper at Michaels, but it is tricky to find among all the other paper. No one in the store knew what it was, so I just had to search paper by paper. I think you can just use card stock for the actual card and mulberry for the design. That is what I am going to do. You will have to get the fabric paint there too. Wal-Mart doesn't carry it.

  • santamaker 6 May, 2008

    I tried to get the materials to make these but was unable to find the Mulberry paper from either source listed for Mulberry paper or the blank cards. Is it possible that the card is made from card stock and just the design is the Mulberry paper? Has any one found the Mulberry paper some where else?