Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you a Gap Card. Actually I am going to share with you a couple examples of Gap Cards. These fun cards can be made a lot of different ways once you get the basics. These types of cards are also a great way to spice up your card designs. For today’s cards I used products from the Brightly Gleaming Suite. This is a well gleaming beautiful suite of products that feature accents with copper through out. Here’s a look at my card.
As I mentioned above Gap Cards can be very exciting once you figure out the measurements to make them work out just right. But once you do one of the things you have to remember is that before you add your bridge (pieces that hold the two parts of the cards together) to the cards make sure you add your designer series paper first. You will see what I am talking about when you watch the video tutorial. But, as I always tell you everything is fixable.
Once you figure out the measurements the next thing is to add your bridge. I like to put one my focal image on the front, just doing the one section on isn’t enough. The cards are very unstable with just the one layer. If you add a stabilize to the inside of the card this makes the card so much stronger.
One thing about Gap Cards is you can bridge that gap anyway you want. You can put anything in between the gaps as long as it reaches between each part. Think of the possibilities.
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