I seem to be drawn to bright and vibrant colors. It must be summer! All the flowers are amazing right now and everything is so big and awesome!
I have had these stamps and stencils for a while now and have made a few cards in the past. Today I wanted to show you how, with the same products, you can have totally different looks in a card. They were very easy to make and did not require a bunch of supplies.
Check out the video above for all of the how to’s -
[All supplies are linked in the text below and in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.]
For this card I used the Birch Press Mandala Stamp and Stencil. I stamped the stamp and embossed with white embossing powder. I then took the stencil and laid them on top of the white embossing. There are 4 stencils - I only used 3. I blended Catherine Pooler Inks on top of each stencil with my Life Changing Brushes (SBC | EH). I really love how the white line separates the colors. Birch Press has great word dies. This one is the Big Hugs Sugar Script. I used Little Things jewels and Pretty Pink Posh Droplets to finish off the card. And last, I put Nuvo Crystal Glaze on the hugs.
For this card I only used the stamp with the same white heat embossing. I used the same Catherine Pooler Inks and blended them with my Life Changing Brushes (SBC | EH). I sprayed the card with Shimmer Spritz Sparkle to give it a big shine. I used the Birch Press Big Thanks Sugar Script Die and Little Things Jewels.
This is a bonus card that is not in the video. I made the background months ago for another card video - see that post HERE. I used Alcohol Pearl Inks - love love love them. Heat embossed with white embossing powder and then cut a small section from the center to give it a little more dimension. I added little pearls and a sentiment.
The finished cards are 5.5 x 5.5. I used my favorite white envelopes which are 6 x 6. This card will require extra postage but it is worth it to me because it is so fun. I used the same stencil for the envelope flaps on both cards.
Hope you like them. Check out the video above for the how to’s. Enjoy.
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Supplies used -
All supplies are linked in the thumbnails below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.] I purchase ALL of my own supplies unless otherwise noted.