The Making Of A Card

The Making Of A Card – # 1 Simple Concentric Circles Using Sizzix Dies

This will be the first of a series of videos called ‘The Making Of A Card’ where you get a behind the scenes look at how some of my cards are made. They are not tutorials as such, just a glimpse at what goes into the making of a card. Although you could definitely follow along if you wanted to. You will also be able to shop these cards when I get my Etsy store up and running in mid October 2018. I hope you enjoy!

For my first card of the series I used the Sizzix Concentric Circle Dies for a simple but effective look on an encouragement card using the ‘You Got This Girl’ stamp from Kaisercrafts ‘Daydreamer’ stamp and die set and American Crafts cardstock.

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Using the same technique I also made a blue birthday card using a Lawn Fawn stamp from the ‘Ahoy, Matey’ set.

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I have listed the products I used below with some links to where you can find them.

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❀ Thanks for dropping by and I hope you have a wild & lovely day! ❀

*On a side note, I just wanted to mention the nail polish I am wearing in this video. It is called Peace Talks by Kester Black and is named after a racehorse that died on the track in the lead up to last years Spring Racing Carnival. There is also another colour called My Girl Ella and $1 of your purchase of either of these is donated to The Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses. You can find more info on their websites. Thanks for reading!

Products
Interested in any of the products used? I have listed some of the places I have found them here for you : )

American Crafts Cardstock – Winter Multi Pack

Sizzix Thinlits Concentric Circles

Sizzix Big Shot

Kaisercraft Daydreamer Stamp & Die Set

Versamark Watermark Stamp Pad

Universal Crafts Acrylic Block

Hero Arts Embossing Powder – Silver Sparkle

Universal Crafts Heat Gun

Ek Success Cutter Bee Scissors

Lawn Fawn Glue Tube

Poppy Crafts A4 Premium Cardstock – White

Kester Black Nail Polish

 

 

 

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