Make A-Maze-Ing Cards with Maze Games
I just had to use the mouse and cheese images in the Totally A-maze-ing Stamp Set (#125505, Wood-Mount; #124407, Clear-Mount) and see how hard it was to line up the maze stamped image with the Maze Game (#124332).
It turned out that it wasn't that hard. I stamped the maze on Whisper White 8-1/2" x 11" Card Stock (#100730), then punched it out with the 2-1/2" Circle Punch (#120906) and adhered it to the backing. I tucked the stamped backing under one of the tabs and turned the image until it matched the maze. then I tucked all the edges under the tabs.
I held the maze upside down so the balls didn't escape. I should have matched it up over a Powder Pals (#102197) tray to keep the little rascals contained – they wanted to escape, no doubt about it!
Other Supplies Used: Peach Parfait (#119794) & Baja Breeze (#111352) 8-1/2" x 11" Card Stock; Just Add Cake Designer Series Paper (#124339); Basic Black (#101179), Peach Parfait (#119783) & Daffodil Delight (#119667) Classic Stampin' Pads; 3/4" Circle (#119873) & Ticket Corner (#119867) Punches; Baja Breeze 3/8" Pleated Satin Ribbon (#125571); Peach Parfait 1/2" Stitched-Poly Ribbon (#119264); Sticky Strip (#104294); Paper Snips (#103579); SNAIL Adhesive (#104332); Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)
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