Hooray! We have Pam Bray here with her fast and fun #SimplyG45 Portrait of a Lady Ephemera Card set. This project is easy to make and makes the perfect last minute gift idea. All it takes is some clever layering with our Ephemera Cards and other pieces from the collection, along with some choice embellishments such as ribbon and you are ready to go. Check it out below.
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Graphic 45 Portrait of a Lady
Quick and Easy Card Set with Directions
By Pam Bray
“Do you ever find yourself in a crunch for a quick and easy gift ideas? Creating a sweet set of cards using Graphic 45 Epherema Cards makes those crunch times so easy! They would be a lovely gift to give to friends, neighbors, teachers, etc. over the holidays or for other occasions! I know that I will be making a few sets to give this year as gifts.” Pam
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Four – 5” x 6 ½” Kraft Card Bases
- Pop Dots
Cut pattern paper strips for four card bases; adhere to top of card base.
Adhere Ephemera pieces to top of prepared card bases. Fussy cut matching Ephemera piece; add to card front with pop dots.
Stack cards and tie with ribbon.
Add bauble to bow.
Are you loving how easy it is to use G45 Ephemera Cards? Then you will love this easy to create Vintage Hollywood Album project sheet, highlighting ephemera cards.
Vintage Hollywood Tag & Pockets Album
By Robin Shakoor
Check out this printable project sheet here…
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Vintage Hollywood 12×12 Paper Pad
- Vintage Hollywood Ephemera Cards
- Staples – Rectangle Tag & Pocket Album
Thanks for joining us today for this #SimplyG45 by Pam, and thanks to her for sharing it! We are always looking for quick and pretty creations for the times when we want to create a large batch of items or when we are just wrapping up our Christmas gift list at the last moment. We would love to hear about your crafting based gift ideas in the comments below as well. See you back here with more inspiration tomorrow.