Hi friends! I have a bright and cheerful card for you today but if you prefer a more elegant look than you can change up the window shape and colors for a more subdued palette!
I tend to need many children’s birthday cards so I figured you might too and it is fun to learn a new technique and have a very useful card when we are done but this would also be pretty done with an oval die and shades of white for a wedding. Use what you like!
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- Twinkle Twinkle Peg Stamp set, Gingerbread Wreath Peg stamp set, Near the Reef Or try Party Time Peg Stamp Set
- Uplifting Sentiments Unmounted Set
- Colored cardstock
- Dye inks (Memento)
- Nested dies, stencils or any shape cutter you have
- Stardust pen
- Foam make up sponges or ink blending sponges
Follow the steps in the video to line up your cardstock layers when die-cutting. Remember to use your leftover bits on other cards! How did you like the glimpse of my “vintage” die cutting machine? I think I am the only “youtube crafter” using that model still. Heck, if it ain’t broke why replace it? Honestly that is the big reason when people ask me what die cutting machine I recommend I say Big Shot/BigKick, they are rugged beasts even after 10 years of daily use! I hope you enjoyed this project and til next time happy crafting!