Posted on 30th November 2020 by Linzi Caie
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Die Cutting Techniques, Design Team

Hi all! I'm back with a clean and simple card that is great for any occasion! These types of cards are so handy to have around - perfect for when you just want to send a quick note to a loved one.

Maroon Heart 1

You will need the following card making supplies and craft supplies from Papermill Direct:

You will also need:

  • Plain white card (for the card base; cut to 11" x 4.25" and folded at 5.5")
  • Hobbycraft "Hearts Gradient" embossing folder
  • Sizzix "I Heart You" die
  • The Works sentiment stamps
  • Versafine ink
  • Wow! Embossing Powders in Burgundy
  • Cream pearls
  1. As usual, for this card I started with a card base (cut and folded as above) made out of plain white card.
  2. I then cut down a piece of the White hammered card to 4" x 5.25" and dry embossed it with the Hobbycraft "Hearts Gradient" embossing folder. I then adhered it to a piece of Maroon card (which was cut to 4.25" x 5.5"), leaving a small border of the maroon card showing. I then glued this to my card base.
  3. I decided to use the Sizzix "I Heart You" die cut it out from the Maroon card. I glued this onto the white embossed card about half way down, and slightly to the left.
  4. Using a "hello" sentiment from my chosen stamp set onto a piece of White hammered card which I then embossed with Wow!'s Burgundy embossing powder. I cut a flat tale to one end of the sentiment strip and adhered it next to the heart on the card.
  5. The final step was adding some ivory pearls for some subtle shine!

Maroon Heart 2

I hoped you like this card and it gives you some inspiration to create some fun note cards!

Tagged: Greetings Card, note, design team, maroon, heart, hello, hello sentiment, embossing folder, embossing

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