Supplies: Basis A7 Pink Perfect Pocket Card
Tulle – I cut three 3” wide strips four times the width of the card. For a fuller tutu, you may want to cut more.
Needle and thread (I used embroidery floss)
One sheet 8 ½” x 11 Palmero Perle cardstock
Coordinating Ink (I used CTMH Baby Pink)
Ribbon (about 3 feet)
Eyelet Setting tool
Pop Dots and Red line tape
Stamps as desired (I used CTMH’s Little Princess Set).
Paper Flowers (I used Prima flowers)
Step 1: Cut the Malmero Cardstock to 5 ½ “x 5 ½”. On one side, mark with a pencil at 2 ¾”. Using that mark and the upper corner as a guide, cut off a diagonal strip. Cut the other side in the same way to form a triangle.
Step 2: Punch holes for eyelets – I suggest 5 on each side. Start about 1” above the point of the triangle and place holes about ¾” apart and about 1/4" from the edge. If desired, cut the top of the triangle with decorative scissors for a ruffled look.
Step 3: If you would like to emboss the triangle, do so before setting eyelets. Then, sponge ink onto the embossed area of your triangle.
Step 4: Set eyelets. With the back side up, thread the ribbon through the top two holes, making sure that the ribbon is equally long on the front side. Criss-cross the ribbons through the eyelets and secure on the back. I used pop-dots between the eyelets and across the top of the triangle to adhere to the front of the card.
Step 7: Adhere paper or silk flowers to the front of your card to cover the stitching on your tulle. Viola! The perfect card for a princess!