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Club LLLC May Kit

This month's club kit contains both a Marci and Luka and has a formal theme!  

For my first card, I tried a Theater Fold Card with the happy couple inside.  The fancy frame Dies on the front and the chandelier on the inside are part of this month's club kit, along with Marci and Luka!

It's hard to see, but I stenciled some sun rays behind the chandelier for ambiance ☺

I did not use a die to cut my opening as they weren't large enough - I used my paper trimmer for both the red opening and the gold frame.  

I followed Sam's tutorial HERE except I didn't include the 2 middle strips. I skipped the part between 4:30 - 10:15.
(3) pieces of 5" x 7" red cardstock - glued 2 of them back to back for card front the other will be for the back of card.
(2) pieces that are 4-7/8" x 7" for the sides.  - score each of those at 1-1/4" and 3-1/2"
(2) pieces that are 1/2" x 6"


Skin:  E00, 000, 13, 21
Cheeks:  R00, 20, 21
Marci's Hair:  E35, 25, 29
Marci's Dress:  R11, 24, 46, 59, W7, 100
Luka's Hair:  E40, 41, 43, 53
Luka's Suit:  W5, 7, 100
Luka's Vest and Bow:  R24, 59

And here is my 2nd card for today...

Skin:  E00, 000, 13, 21, R00, 20
Hair:  E50, 51, 53
Shirt:  R11, 20
Skirt:  Paper Pieced

 if you'd like to start with this kit!  After that, it will be 6 - 12 months until these stamps and dies will be available in the shop at individual price. 

Hop on over to the La-La Land Crafts BLOG or our Club La-La Land FB Group to see the fabulous cards by the Club La-La Land Team!!

Happy Inking! 
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Wow, what a great card that theatre one is Kris, and the images are so beautifully and formally dressed. The second card is also beautiful, and so totally different :)
Lori m said…
Absolutely gorgeous, what a fabulous couple of cards and your card designs amazing, hugs, Lori m
Aimeslee Winans said…
Fab cards, Kris! I have a Spellbinders die set that is supposed to let you open a curtain but I've never been brave enough to use it. Was a gift. Love the theatre fold, well done, xoxo

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