There’s a cute french fry box there too. She made the card using stamping up punches. I thought how easy it would be to copy it, using the basic shapes in Make the Cut, especially since I don’t own the punches necessary to make this card.
So I welded and joined a couple of scalloped squares and easily drew the buckle and belt using the shapes in Make the Cut. I had this card put together in minutes.
I used the dots embossing on the collar and tied a ribbon and was good to go. I did try to tackle cutting out the belt buckle with glitter foam. I put the Zing on full force (158) and ran about 6 passes. Since the foam had sticky on the back, I didn’t put it on a mat, just ran it through the machine. The Zing didn’t quite cut all the way through, but I had enough that I could finish off the cuts with an exacto knife. I didn’t have a blue blade, which I think would’ve made a better difference, but for what I needed, what I had worked.
I also created a little greeting for the inside, using the brady bunch font that I downloaded from dafont.
Here’s the file if you want to make one. It was super easy, had it done in less than 15 minutes.
Make the Cut
Cardstock (brown, white and black)
gold glitter foam
swiss dots embossing folder
Zing: f- 80 for the card stock, 1 pass