See Ya Later Alligator

Friday, March 7, 2014

Today’s card is made using the FREE Sale-a-bration stamp See Ya Later #133533 or #133536.

This stamp set is FREE with a min. $50.00 order (before shipping and tax). You can get as many free Sale-a-bration products as you want there is no limit; each Sale-a-bration item is free with a min. $50.00 order.

See Ya Later Alligator Free Sale-a-bration

This is a different size card it is 3 X 6. You cut your card stock 6 x 6 and fold it in half to create your 3 x 6 card.

The Alligator stamp was inked with Always Artichoke, Pear Pizzazz and Black markers. It was cut out using the 2 1/2″ Circle punch and then I matted it onto a piece of Black card stock cut using the Starburst Framelits Dies #132967 $26.95. The little spikes on this circle made me think of Alligator skin.

You are probably wondering what size envelope you would use for this card. Well you make one of course. 🙂

I used the Envelope Punch board to create my 3 x 6 envelope. You just look at the chart on the Envelope Punch Board to find your measurements. My card size was 3 x 6 so it said to cut my card stock 7 1/2″ X 7 1/2″ and score at 2 5/8″.

I used the Pear Pizzazz Designer Series Paper to create my envelope.

I made a belly band out of a 1″ strip of card stock and closed it using Sticky Strip. I then stamped the Alligator image and sentiment just like on the card; punched and matted it and stuck it to the belly band using dimensionals.

Here is the finished envelope with the belly band:
See Ya Later Envelope and Belly Band

Here is the whole grouping:
See Ya Later 3 by 6 with Envelope

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!

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