Hey there friends! I have a video tutorial for you today – featuring a stamp set that is quickly becoming one of my favorites! And that is the Boho Indigo stamp set that is a part of Stampin’ Up!’s Boho Indigo product medley.
Stampin’ Up!’s Boho Indigo Product Medley is exactly as it sounds. It’s a large medley of coordinating products. What I love about this medley is that it includes a ton of products that coordinate beautifully together. Here is an example of a card I created using pretty much just the products from the medley.
But the beauty of this collection is that you don’t just have to stick to the products in the collection. Each of the products work well on their own as well. And that’s exactly what I did with today’s card. I used JUST the stamp set and combined it with a variety of other products.
How To Make the Boho Indigo ‘Thank You’ Card
I have put together a video tutorial so that you can follow along with me as I make this card. You’ll likely notice that instead of a real-time video (like all my others), I decided to speed it up and do a voice-over in order to keep it shorter and faster to watch.
I had originally planned only to film real-time videos because frankly, it’s easier. But, I know that your time is precious too. And I want you to be able to watch the videos. So, I’ve decided on a happy middle. For the more straightforward cards, I am going to do sped up voice-overs. For the more involved cards, with more steps and more techniques, I’ll film real-time videos.
Stampin’ Up! Boho Indigo | Thank You Card Tutorial
Supply List For The Stampin’ Up! Boho Indigo “Thank You” 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).
Accessories: Rhinestone Basic Jewels, In Color Enamel Dots, Confetti Flowers Border Punch, white ribbon from Flowers for Every Season Ribbon Combo Pack, Paper Snips, Grid Paper, Paper Trimmer, Craft Tweezers, Grid Ruler, 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.