I found this wonderful card while scrolling through Instagram & wanted to make it myself. I love yellow & grey. Oh, who am I kidding, I just love yellow! I loved the clean layout, the colour combo, & the playfulness of the card.
Step by Step Tutorial
– Begin with a 5 ½ x 8 ½ card base of Smoky Slate cardstock; scored at the 4 ¼ using a Paper Trimmer.
– Use the Paper Trimmer to cut
Daffodil Delight cardstock to 4 x 5 ¼
Smokey Slate cardstock to 3 ⅞ x 5 ⅛
– Adhere the Daffodil Delight to the card base using Tombow liquid glue.
– Create your own background using the Brewed For You stamp set & Basic Grey ink. The glass stamp is super easy to work with; I just eyeballed the layout. Then adhere to the card base/Daffodil Delight using Tombow liquid glue.
– Stamp the glass image using Smokey Slate & Crushed Curry onto a scrap piece of Basic White cardstock using the Brewed For You stamp set. Then run through a Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine using the Stylish Shapes dies (2nd largest die) placing the glass more towards the right side.
– Run a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight through a Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine using the Layering Circles dies using the scalloped shape (2nd to largest one).
– Layer the stamped Basic White circle onto the Daffodil Delight using Tombow liquid glue.
– Adhere the layered scalloped circle to the card base using Tombow liquid glue.
– On a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock cut to ⅝ x 2 ⅞, stamp the sentiment with Versamark ink then cover with white Basics Embossing Powder then set with a Heat Tool. Cut a slant on the left side; then adhere to card base using Tombow liquid glue.
– On another piece of scrap Basic White cardstock, stamp the glass image using Smoky Slate & Crushed Curry. Then run the stamped glass through a Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine using the coordinating Brewed dies. Adhere to the card base using dimensionals.
– For a little bling I used the new Adhesive-backed Milky Dot
– I like to dress up my envelopes using scrap DSP. I used the retired Flowering Fields DSP that I had picked up off the clearance rack.