Craftie Cafe - Sending Some Hugs (Video)

Hi everyone, Eloise here today for Craftie Café and for today’s project, I’ll be using the same MarianneDesigns Tiny Chrysanthemum’s stamp set from last time to create a card with a different theme. Last time I made a Mother’s Day card, whereas this time I’ll be creating a basic ‘Hugs’ themed card that you can use for many occasions and also, this card design is super easy to replicate.


To begin my card today, I started off with a piece of white cardstock, and I used the base leaf and flower images from the set and used some Lawn Fawn Inks in Ballet Slippers, Peachy Keen, Peach Fuzz and Minty Fresh and stamped down all the images over the background. Once the background was completely stamped, I took some gold spray and flicked it over the background. I then used my heat tool and dried by background completely.


Next, I took the Hugs Die from My Favorite Things and die cut it directly from the middle of my panel. I made sure to keep the positive pieces too since I wanted to pop them up also. Once it was die cut, I flipped over my panel and added thin strips of adhesive around the back of the ‘Hugs’ word, then adhered a piece of cardstock on the back. Then, I flipped the panel over the right way, added strips of foamtape inside of the letters, removed the backers and adhered the die cut letters directly over top. For my additional sentiment, I used the ‘From The Heart’ stamp set and pulled the ‘Sending Some’ sentiment and white heat embossed it on a strip of black cardstock. I then foam mounted that over my ‘Hugs’ sentiment and my card was complete.

The video is linked down below for you all.


Thanks so much for stopping by today,. I hope you were inspired and I’ll catch you all next time.

-       Eloise

Craftie Café Supplies Used:

Marianne Designs – Tiny Chrysanthemum’s Stamp Set (https://www.craftiecafe.com.au/marianne-design-clear-stamp-tinys-chrysant-layerin)

Others

My Favorite Things – From The Heart Stamp Set
My Favorite Things – Hugs Die

Neenah Solar White Cardstock

1 comment

  1. A really pretty card, I love it. A great job Eloise.

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