Going Native II

This week’s card is a more modern take on some Native imagery:

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I began by using the Print and Cut feature on my Silhouette Cameo: I printed the sentiment using the font NeoRetroDraw and cut a 4.5×5 inch rectangle.  I used the Silhouette Triangle Flags shape set to represent crisscrossing arrows containing an Apache Tears (arrows) pattern. I lined the back of the top flag with some coordinating patterned paper, and made some hole punched dots out of the same paper.  I added some Glossy Accents on top of the dots to add some shine.  I finished the card off by mounting the rectangle on top of a slightly larger piece of card stock using foam squares and rounding the top right corners.

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I am entering this card into the Moxie Fab World: Tuesday Trigger and the ColourQ Challenge #210 contests.

Image Credit via Moxie Fab World

Image Credit via ColourQ

Supplies used:
Paper – Recollections Cardstock in White, Light Turquoise, Dark Turquoise. Recollections Paper Pad, 12″x12″ in Mosaic Memories.
Cutting Tools – Fiskars Twist-and-Flip 2-in-1 Corner Punch. Hole punches.
Silhouette Cameo/Shapes – Triangle Flags.
Adhesive – Scotch Pop-Up Foam Squares. Scotch Scrapbooker’s Glue with 2-Way Applicator.
Glossy Accents medium.

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