Hi everyone, Sandy here for a fun and very cute project that I did with Cute Critter stamp set from
Concord & 9th
So for todays project, I wanted to have some fun with different card designs, and I knew that these stamps would be great.
For my first card, I wanted to do something different with the light bulb. So I did a cut out shape in the front card panel. That way the bulb can “shine” through… get it, lol.
When you open the card, this is what the inside looks like. I just wanted something fun and not a regular card. What to do you think?
Now for my second card I know, I always seem to do more but when the “light bulb goes off in your head”… get it? It is hard to resist, lol. I wanted a fun inside and this is the easiest tech ever. The outside looks like a normal card.
Though I did pop up the flower so it is actually a flower on a flower. I did cut the top flower, I wanted to give it some interest and dimension.
A pop up card!!! They are simple to make and gives your card a little something extra. I used the light bulb as a vase!!! ( the paper I cut out using my Cricut)
I used foam squares behind the flowers to give them some depth along the inside panel. So the front 3 flowers are glued together with the vase and the back 3 flowers are on the foam squares.
But then, I wanted to vase to pop so I used Crackle Accents which is like Glossy Accents but when it dries, it cracks. I wanted a crackled vase like the one I remembered my mom having.
I really do love how these came out and hope you do to.
Thanks everyone for checking my CONCORD & 9TH card projects. Now make sure you click HERE to head over to the store where you can find the materials that I used.
I will list them below.
Until next time, bye!
Concord & 9th- Shine Brighter
Versafine black ink
Nuvo Crystal Drops
Wink of Stella pen- Yellow
Pop Up Foam Squares
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Hi, everyone. I am Sandy, and I love craft tutorials! I love learning and teaching new techniques that make crafting fun, from the beginner to the advanced crafter. My favorite right now is card making and coloring techniques, especially watercoloring. [VISIT MY BLOG]