Hello there!, Today I am participating in a blog hop with an amazing team of demonstrators around the world! so make sure you visit everyone participating on this blog hop as I am sure you will get lots of great ideas and inspiration for your crafting needs.
I am sharing another Birthday card that you can make in no time!! this is another of those cards where there is minimal stamping but you get a wow factor immediately!!
The star on this card is the “How Sweet It Is” designer series paper! If you remember a previous post, I mentioned that this DSP has big bold images that you can fussy cut, so the designing process of your card goes really quick, add a few embellishments and a sentiment and your are done!
I love the bright colors on this designer series paper, it just makes me happy!! and wouldn’t you want to inspire that feeling to whoever gets this birthday card on his/her day? I thought so too 🙂
For embellishments I added some glimmer enamel dots and a little bow made with the pineapple punch grosgrain ribbon.
Watch the video tutorial below, where I go over measurements, tips and tricks on how to make this card. You will see that this card is so easy to duplicate!!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy Stamping! Don’t forget to visit all other participating blogs on this blog hop! I am sure you will enjoy watching all the projects! below is the full line up!!
If you like the project shown today, below is the supply list for all the items I used to make it. You can click at any of the images to go to my online store, where you can purchase any of these items!! There is also information regarding the card classes To-Go that I have available for you!
Check the Card Classes To-Go available in January
Click HERE or on the images to learn more about these classes!
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