Last night I created 4 cards during my Hand Penned Thursday Night Live. Did you know that I go live every Thursday Night at 7 PM (est)? See the video in Gal Friday Stamping Group, business page and YouTube channel.
The first card is quick and easy but so romantic. Tuck the sentiment into the little envelope and change to suit any occasion.
Of course, I did not forget the inside of the card. The flower was stamped, and water colored to pull in some flowers from the front of the card.
Texture, layers and a different flower from the bundle adorn the front of this card. I pulled in the Tailor-Made dies to add the sentiment on this card. The basic white layer is embossed with the Tasteful Textile EF. This EF is retiring with the Annual Catalog.
For the inside of this card, I stamped the same flowers that I die cut for the front of the card.
This card is an example texture, and a scoring technique to adorn the front of this beautiful card. I did not add a sentiment, you can add that when you have a special occasion to attend. Would you like to see the tutorial for this and the other cards? Head down to the bottom of this post for the FREE PDF or click one of the links above to see the replay of the video.
Quick and easy inside just do not forget the inside of the card. You spend so much time on the front of the card, pull some of those elements to the inside.
Here’s a Fun Technique
Here is a great technique! A clean and simple card focusing on the beautifully stamped and water colored flower. I scored lines over and under the die cut circle adding more focus and texture. Don’t forget the sentiment? Change yours up for any occasion that you wish.
Plain and simple inside so you can add a beautiful message to the recipient.
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