Well, here we are in September, Folks. Fall is coming and we are sure many of you have even started your Christmas cards already. Today, we have a card that’s ideal for anytime of year, because “Hugs” are always in season (although in 2020 you may have to wear a mask and gloves and give air-hugs). This fun pink-dream-of-a-card is sure to make any recipient feel the love. Follow along as our designer, Jamie, makes this fun and simple slimline.
Here’s how this card was made-
- Stamp white cardstock from The Paper Company 3.25″ x 8.25″ with ‘Not So Many Random Dots’ repeatedly using Blush Color Fuse Ink. Set aside.
- Die-cut three shades of pink cardstock using the Slimline OPC Hearts and save all of the circles and hearts.
- Place one of the die-cut panels on the stamped cardstock and place a small dot of Nuvo Adhesive in the centers of the hearts on the stamped panel, then place the hearts inside of the negative space of the die-cut piece as seen below.
- Once the hearts and circles have been glued, carefully remove the larger slimline piece to reveal the pattern.
- Layer this piece onto a slightly larger black panel and apply black and white check washi tape to the left side.
- Pop this up on a pink slimline card.
- Lastly, die-cut “Hugs” out of black cardstock and lay over the top of the hearts. The contrast really makes the sentiment pop.
So easy, and so fun. This is a project that can be made for any time of the year, and sent at anytime to brighten someones day. Why not make a few to keep on hand for those “just because” occasions that pop up. Happy Crafting!