You Inspire Me Card Tutorial

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Posted on 25th October 2015 by Nicole Mullen
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials

Watermarked Final

Hello everyone,

Nicole here to share a fun card made using the fabulous Papermilldirect Canary Yellow card which is currently on special offer.  I complimented it with the Black Smooth and  White Smooth cards.

I used:

  • Silhouette cut file Sunburst Template. You can find it here.
  • Distress inks Wild Honey and Spiced Marmalade
  • Black Smooth, White Smooth and Canary Yellow Papermilldirect card
  • Watercolour card
  • Water spraybottle
  • Altenew Label Love stamps

I took a piece of watercolour card and cut it down to 10cm by 14.5cm and created a inked background on it using distress inks. I did this by pressing the ink pads down onto a non porous surface, in this case a glass work mat, and sprayed the ink with water to make a puddle of ink. Press the water colour card into the puddle of ink you have made.

Pic 5 Canary Yellow

Dry the card or let it dry naturally and then repeat the process adding more ink to the page until you are happy with the look.

Pic 6 Canary Yellow

I stamped out a sentiment from the stamp set by Altenew, these are designed to look like labels from a label maker and are very cool.

Pic 8 Canary Yellow

I a cut file from Sarah Hurley available from the Silhouette Design store called Sunburst Template. You can find it here.  I resized the file to 10cm by 14.5cm to fit over the water colour panel. I cut the shape from the Canary Yellow Papermilldirect card.

Pic 10 Canary

I then glued it over the top of the water colour panel.

Pic 12 Canary

I then glued this onto a slightly bigger panel of the Black Smooth card and then onto a card base made of the White Smooth card.

Pic 14

I added my sentiment on with foam tape and the card was complete!

Watermarked Final

Tagged: papercraft tutorials, design team, card making tutorial, card making technique

1 thought on “You Inspire Me Card Tutorial”

Angela Dodson

27th October 2015 at 4:58 pm

lovely bright and uplifting card. looks like a fab stamp too as I actually thought it was made in one of those label makers x

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