One clean and simple card technique I really enjoy is the look of tone on tone white. When you have a die cut with some intricate designs, it looks very elegant with just a few small color additions.
Bright flowers and a cheerful note are always nice to receive when you’re feeling under the weather. Today’s project includes sunny colors and a fun way to create a “container” for your flowers.
Creating expensive looking note cards at home is super easy with a heat gun, some Versamark ink, and gold and silver embossing powder. For today’s project, I’m using a 4-bar sized notecard I created from white card stock. This measures 3 ½” x 4 7/8” when folded.
When creating a card, I usually start with a plain card base and add all the embellishments on top. For today’s project, I’ll show you a fun way to make the plain card the superstar with a simple die set.
Sometimes, for Valentine’s Day, a blank note card is all you need to write to that special someone. In this case, the front of the card should be able to stand alone and really make a statement. For today’s project, I’m using the Folk Heart die from DoCrafts to create a lovely, layered greeting.
Valentine’s Day is for couples to show their love and sometimes even an engagement ring. I created this project today using the Sizzix Sparkle die and stamp set from Jen Long. It has a modern style heart with lots of sparkly additions.
If you have a lot of Valentine’s Day cards to send out, a scrapbook kit is a great way to put some together quickly. Plus, you can use the leftovers for scrapbooking your fun memories of the day!