Hey there friends! Today I have one last card (for now) to share with you featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Tasteful Touches stamps set.
I have to say, when I ordered this stamp set, I never imagined how much use I would get out of it! I can’t even begin to count how many different cards I made with it. Not only that – I used every single stamp in this set. I don’t think I have every used every stamp in a stamp set before. So that’s a record!
Here’s a close up of today’s card:
When I sat down to make this card I decided that I wanted to make something that was bright and colorful. With LOTS of colors LOL!
I think I achieved my goal, don’t you?
How To Make the ‘Just Saying Hello’ Card
I have put together a video tutorial so that you can follow along with me as I make this card. This video tutorial was filmed in real-time, and I talk you through every single step I take, and why.
The only thing I don’t go over in the video is how to create your card base. And that’s because I already have a blog post on the basic card folds here.
Stampin’ Up! Tasteful Touches | Good Things Card Tutorial
Supply List For The “Good Things” Card
Below I have put together a supply list of all the products I used to create this card. Each product has a link to where you can buy it (see my link policy in the disclaimer section of the sidebar).
Stamps: Tasteful Touches;
Accessories: Rhinestone Basic Jewels, sponge daubers, Paper Snips, Grid Paper, Paper Trimmer, Craft Tweezers, small self-healing cutting mat, Grid Ruler, X-Acto Knife, pencil, Herma Dotto Repositionable Adhesive;
More Ideas with Tasteful Touches
If you enjoyed today’s card and would like to see more projects with the Tasteful Touches stamp set, you’ll find an entire set of cards I created HERE. I have another video tutorial for a totally different style card HERE. And I have a video tutorial for a clean and simple card HERE.
Finally, this month’s exclusive tutorial for email subscribers also features this stamp set (see picture below). If you haven’t subscribed to my newsletter, you can do so from here. The minute you do, you’ll be sent a link to the video and downloadable PDF handout.
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.