Hi Friends! This birthday card is fun to make with limited supplies! It comes with an interior pocket that holds a bookmark/tag and would also be handy to hold a gift card! This card can be reused too.
Watch the video to see how!
This video is sponsored by Rubber Stamp Tapestry! Use coupon code: LINDSAY and receive 15% off your retail order of $10 or more of peg stamps, peg stamp sets, and unmounted stamps! Coupon expires a week from this video publication. Continue to receive great deals by becoming a PegStamp VIP here. As a PegStamp VIP you’ll get a weekly deal via email plus links to fabulous tutorials by me, Lindsay the Frugal Crafter and other designers.
- Farm themed and rooster peg stamps: Farmyard Animals peg stamp set, Bigger Pig stamp, Rooster stamp, Grass peg stamp
- Handmade with Love Clear Stamp Set
- Dye inks in yellow, orange, red, green and black
- Ink blending brush or sponges
- White cardstock
- Post it note tape or low tack tape
- Scrap paper for masking
- White tag
- Washi tape in bandanna/paisley pattern
- Double stick tape and foam squares
- Enamel dots
- Make an A2 size card and tape it to your workspace.
- Cut a curved line out of a scrap piece of thin paper and cover the bottom half of your card. Cut a circle from a post it note and place in on the paper overlapping the mask.
- Use a straight edge of paper as a mask to ink sunbeams protruding from the masked circle in orange ink. Then repeat from the other direction using a different shade of orange or red. Add yellow over it all if desired.
- Remove the mask and place the other half of the curvy mask over the sun/sky area and ink the grassy area with shades of green ink.
- Stamp the pigs on the hill in black and the roosters towards the bottom. Stamp grass in green and black on the bottom edge and ink around the edges in black.
- Remove the tape and add banner to card with foam tape and add enamel dots.
- Use a scrap of paper to make the inside pocket of the card and decorate a tag to go in it. Use the tag for writing so the card can be reused by the recipient!
Feel free to use whatever ink blending tools you like to make this project! The more you practice the better you will get and the more professional your cards will look! Happy crafting!