Today I’m a guest designer for Honey Bee Stamps and I’m sharing a fun little card project that was on its way to being less cute than it ended up being, until I solved a design problem I was facing.
I had a tiny die cutting mishap, which happens, and I also had an orientation issue. Which also happens. Oh, and I smeared some ink unintentionally.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: I always make cards before I decide to film a video. Most of the time. But for this project, I decided to make the card as I went, filming all the while, but not knowing where it was going to end up. The cool thing is that I had to fix a few errors as well as make a perspective shift for the whole card. But sometimes, a simple move like making a landscape card instead of a portrait one is the difference between just okay and pretty frickin’ cute.
I think most of us prefer pretty frickin’ cute.
Here’s the video walking you through how I created the card and solved the problems:
Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks to Honey Bee Stamps for having me as a guest designer today!
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