Today I’m sharing a Fussy Cut Bingo Swap Card Tutorial. One of my Facebook group is having a swap and I decided to join in the fun. Using digital images from Calico Collage, some scissors, and a few other supplies I made bingo cards in under ten minutes. You can make these too.
Fussy Cut Bingo Swap Card Tutorial Video.
Supplies used in the Fussy Cut Bingo Swap Card Tutorial.
- Calico Collage Digital Images, Linda’s Wisdom, Charming Forest, and Fairy Garden
- Tulip Dimensional Glitter Paint
- Sewing Machine
- ScraPerfects Best Glue Ever and Large No-Clog Writing Cap
- Distress Ink, Walnut Stain
- Blending tool
- Cardstock for base
Let’s get started on this Fussy Cut Bingo Swap Card Tutorial. Begin with selecting digital images. Next crop the fussy cut images you want to use and print at a size that will fit your bingo card. In my case, I made the smaller images about 2.5 x 3.5 inches.
The images were printed on standard copy paper using a laser printer. Use what you have, or you can even send the images to a print shop. Trim the images from the paper.
For the bingo cards, these were printed four to a page and these measured about 4.5 x 3.75 inches. Cut cardstock for the card base slightly larger than the images. Or you can print the images on cardstock and not have to mat the images.
Select an image for the focal point and fussy cut. If this were going to be a pocket in a journal I would either print on cardstock or glue another piece of paper on the back to make it stronger. Since this is a journal card and won’t get as much pulling items in and out I left it at the copy weight paper.
Add distress inks to the edges of all the papers. Adhere the bingo card to the base with the Best Glue Ever. Layer the fussy cut element in the corner and then sew around the outside of the bingo card, catching the fussy cut element on two sides.
Apply Tulip Dimensional glitter paint to the image to highlight areas that you want to sparkle.
Place the journal card in the tuck spot and you are done! It took me longer to write this blog post than it did for me to create one of these cards it goes that fast!
Have fun making your own after seeing this Fussy Cut Bingo Swap Card Tutorial. Maybe even join a swap or two. 🙂
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