Adorable Handmade Card To Send Love
Today we are making an adorable handmade card that's perfect for sending in the mail! Sending love through the mail never gets old, is never out of date – is just spreading kindness and love – which is always relevant! Think of someone that could use a little pick me up and picture them opening their mailbox and finding this card – can you see her smile? Great, let's do it!
To make this card, there are three main supplies you need – all the supplies are listed below, but these are the three main items:
We are going to use those supplies with these fun colors:
This card is simple to make, you can make it in just six steps:
- To start making this card, start by dry embossing your Whisper White panel (4″ x 5-1/4″).
- Next, wrap a strip of Real Red ribbon around your dry embossed panel and then add this panel to your Night of Navy card base (4-1/4″ x 11″).
- Die cut a piece of Night of Navy using Stitched So Sweetly dies where the finished size is 2-1/2″ x 3-5/8″.
- Stamp your mailbox in Balmy Blue ink onto Whisper White (1-7/8″ x 3″), and then your hearts in Real Red ink, and your sentiment in Night of Navy ink.
- Secure this layer to your die cut label, then use Dimensionals to attach it to your card.
- Finish with a bow tied from the same Real Red ribbon.
*if you struggle at all with tying bows, be sure to grab a 10 Second Bow Maker here!
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