In this video, I’ll be showing you TIPS on how to make your cards extra special by applying easy but useful techniques.
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She used a bunch of cardstock scraps cut in different widths to create this eye catching rainbow hue background. I love how she kept her 2-tier cake mostly white which makes it really pops from the background.
The yellow polka dots were made using a tiny hole puncher. The sentiment was from our Bond With Nature Canada stamp set which she white heat embossed onto the icing piece.
This card is clean and simple, yet so vibrant and charming. Thank you so much for sharing this with us Stephanie!
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I just love the overall pastel color palette on her card. This sweet truck is surrounded by super adorable penguins, ready to party! She even had the desserts displayed at the ice-cream truck window!
The white heat embossed “HAPPY BIRTHDAY” was from The Sweetest Truck stamp set. I really like them on pink strips of paper for a nice contrast! I love how the little splash of paint mimics confetti and their colors blend in cohesively with all the images!
Lynnea chose a glitz gel as her medium on the stencil. I really love all the glittery hearts against the black background which is so glamorous!
She chose just one single image from the stamp set, the adorable unicorn with a 3-tiers of cupcakes!!
This card is super easy to do yet it comes out so perfectly! I love how she put the sentiment on a piece of white cardstock so that it gives a nice contrast against the background! The slant cut on the white strip is also a very nice touch!