July 03, 2020 2 min read

Hey y’all!!!!! Stephanie Vittorio here from Coffee Stamps Chaos to share a fun 4th of July card using Cardstock Warehouse cardstock, SVGs and a ScanNCut to create a fun, patriotic card! 

This project evolved from another idea I had, but there were a few struggles with my original idea so I went with this. There was some resetting of my cut settings, blade depth, pressure, etc before finally getting it correct, but I got it right and it was smooth sailing from there! 


For this project you will need:

Stars and Stripes 100lb Multi-Pack from Cardstock Warehouse Paper Company

  • Brother Scan N Cut (or other electronic die cutting machine)
  • America Land that I Love SVG
  • Adhesive 
  • Cardstock sizing for this card:
    • Silver 3 ¾ x 5” 
    • Red 4 x 5 ¼” 
    • Blue 5 ½ x 8 ½” 
  • Brother Scan N Cut settings
    • Blade Depth - 6
    • Cut Pressure - 2
    • Cut Speed - 1 

I started by cutting my card base and panel layers to the sizes listed above. I then adhered the base layered together using my Advanced Tape Glider. Next, I cut my sentiment and some embellishments with my Brother ScanNCut machine. You can see my cut settings above.

Cutting pieces using Brother ScanNCut

 

I had previously cut the America SVG in several colors, so I had those ready to use. I glued those layers together using a Zig Glue Pen to create thicker multicolored layers using a Zig 2-way Glue Pen.

 

Gluing Title Layers Together to Create Multi-Color Dimensional Word

 

Next, I cut and adhered the “Land that I love” layers together, to create the banner for the bottom of the card. 


Stacking and gluing sentiment layers


I had a negative from the previously cut lettering, so I used that to align the “America” layer on my Sparkle Collection Silver layer for the card front. 


Glued "America Land That I love" Sentiment


Then I added the previously assembled banner for the bottom of the card using Nuvo Glue. Finally, also with Nuvo glue, I added stars I had cut previously for the final touch on this fun card! 


Gluing star embellishments on card

 

America Land That I Love 4th of July Card

Thanks for hanging out with me and I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Don't forget to share your creations using Cardstock Warehouse papers with us so we can oooohhh and aweeee over your projects! You may even be featured on the Cardstock Warehouse social media platforms! You can use the hashtags #cardstockwarehouse & #makesomethingbeautiful for a chance to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook pages!


I look forward to sharing a new project with you next month, but until then, don’t forget to check back for lots of other super cute projects from the rest of the Design Team - they are all SUPER talented! AND pick up some of these papers! They’re great quality, plus a wide variety of weights, colors, and textures - perfect for all of your paper crafting needs! 


If you’d like to, you can follow me on social media to see what I’ll make next at the links below my name. I would love to see what you create and I love to support and encourage other crafters! 


Sincerely,

Stephanie Vittorio

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