Textural elements on cards are a great way to bring a clean and simple card to the next level. For today’s project, I’m using a stamp and die set from Spellbinders called Wine Corks to create a masculine card perfect for a birthday or any happy event.
Background dies are perfect for full sized cards as added texture and an additional layer. But why not add them to gift tags for the same effect? For today’s card, I’m using the versatile Hero Arts Fancy Flower Garden background die to create some easy and elegant birthday gift tags.
With the upcoming summer season, I foresee a lot of cotton candy being eaten. Fairs, amusement parks, the zoo….There’s something so iconic about the paper cone with swirled pink, blue or yellow cottony goodness piled on top. I was so excited to see that Avery Elle had a cute stamp set called Cotton Candy with lots of fun greetings—perfect for a summertime birthday!
Happy rainbows and whimsical unicorns are perfect for a little girl’s birthday card. For today’s project, I used a the Mama Elephant Over the Rainbow set that is chock full of whimsical icons perfect for the birthday girl!
Wedding season is just around the corner and having a stash of cards for the occasion can come in handy. For today’s project, I’m using a stamp set from Ranger called Letter It Wedding along with an embossing folder called Confetti Hearts to create an easy shaker greeting.
Stamping backgrounds can sometimes be difficult especially when trying to keep your images even and lined up straight. For today’s project, I got some help lining up a rainbow background using the We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Advanced Pattern Block.
Cards with a little bit of an interactive element are always fun to receive. For today’s project, I’m using an action wobble to add some fun movement to a bright and cheerful birthday card.