Here's My Number Card
It's for you! This classic project always rings true with many versatile combinations of creativity. For an added option, use your Smart Phone to record up to one minute of audio onto a TalkingTag Message Label. These scannable tags easily attach to cards, scrapbook pages, heirlooms and more. Play back any time!
Other Supplies: Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Adhesive Foam, Craft Wire, Ink, Ribbon, Sentiments, Sewing Machine (Optional), Stamp
Cut cardstock to size and fold in half to form card base. Attach patterned paper (we used a page from an old telephone book) to the top half of the card front. Attach black cardstock to the bottom half of the card front. Die-cut Harlequin out of cream-colored cardstock and numbers from the Stacked Artful Words out of light blue cardstock. Embellish with ink and attach to the card front. Trim away any excess. If desired, embellish with stitching. Die-cut the Torn Notebook On the Edge design out of cream-colored cardstock. We created the lined notebook look with stitching, but it can also be done with a ruler and marker. Use a computer to generate the sentiments "Here's my number," "call me ..." and "maybe" and print onto cardstock. Trim around sentiments, embellish ink and attach to the card as shown. Die-cut the letters "SO" out of cream-colored cardstock and embellish with ink. Mat on black cardstock and attach to the card. Die-cut a Vintage Telephone out of black- and cream-colored cardstock, layer colors to assemble and embellish with ink. Wrap craft wire along the "cord" and embellish with a ribbon bow. Die-cut Mini Hearts out of cardstock using a Movers & Shapers Magnetic die and Base Tray. Embellish with a stamp and ink and attach to the card front as shown, using adhesive foam to give select shapes dimension. Attach a TalkingTag message label to the inside of your card. Following the instructions, record a message to share with the recipient.