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Crushed Candi

Today I’m going to share a few projects featuring crushed Candi.  First up is a tent card which I made using the Boutique Floral collection.

Here is a circle card made using the Shabby Chic collection.  I’ve had this collection for a while but haven’t used it until now.

Here is another circle card using Shabby Chic – this time I have used the Candi to edge the actual card blank.

I’ve got a little tip to share relating to the circle cards which I find helps them to stand up better.  I always have the spine of the card at the top and score the inside of the card parallel to the spine at 1.5cm.  I then stick the back to the front on the 1.5cm section between the spine and the score line.  I also cut a narrow (3 or 4mm) strip from the bottom of the inside of the card so it is stabilised when standing up and won’t roll to one side.

Finally here is a canvas complete with secret message which I made using the Decadence collection for the recent shows on Create and Craft.

I used the Candi to edge the chipboard heart.  Pearlescent Candi tends to take on the appearance of leather when crushed.  Here’s a close up:

That’s all for now but I’d love to know what you think of these makes so please do leave me some comments.

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4 Comments

  1. Debbie Moran

    27th February 2017 - 10:51 am
    Reply

    Lovely cards and project Kath, but, can you explain how you crush the candy.Debbiex

    • kathwoods

      2nd March 2017 - 9:11 am
      Reply

      Thanks Debbie, you put the Candi upside down on an embossing mat and then crush it with an embossing tool. It’s easy to do but quite time consuming x

  2. Brenda Rae

    2nd March 2017 - 2:55 am
    Reply

    Love these cards Kath xx

    • kathwoods

      2nd March 2017 - 9:11 am
      Reply

      Thanks Brenda x

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