Of course I could have colored the die-cut with inks or markers, but my Color Blend Cardstock Assortment has been burning a hole in crafting stash, so I took the easy way out...LOL
I paired both of these cards 3 of the Embossing Folders from the relase to spice up the plain white cardstock background. If you are trying to build a stash of cards, this is a good option!
Let's take a look at the key supplies.
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SUPER SUNFLOWER CARDS - Dry Embossing, Stamping and Die-cutting
Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2
Embossed / Die-cut Layers: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2
Cardstock choices: Color Blend Assortment
Match and adhere the Super Sunflower die-cut to the embossed cardstock using a wet glue, like Bearly Craft Glue
Adhere those layers to a Card Base
Attach Foam Squares to the sentiment die-cuts and adhere to the card front
The sheen of the Color Blend Cardstock makes the bright colors pop even more! Though the Gradient Dot folder is subtle, it still manages to stand out.
The yellow/orange blend may be one of my favorite.
The sequins add another little pop of shine!
Lovelies, I'm having fun with this made in minutes series and hopefully you are enjoying these ideas to make pretty cards quickly.
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