Hey there friends! In my last post, I showed you how easy it is to make your own handmade patterned paper using stamps, ink and paper.
For today’s post, I’m going to show you how easy it is to incorporate your patterned paper into your cards. I’m going to start with a video tutorial for a birthday card I created using a full panel of my homemade patterned paper. Afterward, I’m going to share a whole bunch of other card designs that also use my patterned paper.
By the end of this post, you should have a whole bunch of new ideas!
How To Make the Stampin’ Up! Lovely You Birthday Card
The first step for this card is to make your own patterned paper. Because that is a technique in and of itself, I filmed a separate video tutorial just for that.
How To Make Patterned Paper
If you don’t see the video tutorial below, please refresh your screen, or you can watch the video directly on YouTube here.
Once you’ve got your patterned paper, the next step is to incorporate that into a card.
Stampin’ Up! Lovely You | Birthday Card Video Tutorial
First off, let me show you a close of up of the card we’re going to be creating.
Additional Ideas for Using Your Patterned Paper
So now that you have walked you through how to make your patterned paper and make this card, I have a bunch more card ideas to share with you.
Master Supply List For The Stampin’ Up! Lovely You Birthday Cards
Below I have put together a master supply list of all the products I used to create all the cards you see in this post. Each product has a link to where you can buy it (see my link policy in the disclaimer section of the sidebar).
Accessories: Small Bloom punch, Confetti Flowers Border punch, Well Written dies, Metallic Pearls, Gilded Gems, Paper Snips, Grid Paper, Paper Trimmer, Craft Tweezers, Grid Ruler, self-healing cutting mat, X-Acto Knife, pencil, Herma Dotto Repositionable Adhesive;
I hope you enjoyed today’s video tutorial, and that you learned a lot of useful card making tips. If you have any questions or any requests for anything you would like to learn, please leave them in the comments below. And of course, I’m always thrilled when you take a minute to leave a comment.