Today’s card project features some cheery rainbow backgrounds for my die cuts using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I am LOVING these markers right now for adding color to my cards.
This card project is pretty clean and simple at its core, but using a Swiss Dot Embossing Folder gave my card panel some lovely, elegant texture. I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder, but Tim Holtz also makes a Tiny Dots Texture Fade folder with a similar dot pattern. Any basic pattern will do!
Here is the video showing you how I created this birthday card project:
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Sue D. says
A VERY happy ‘Happy Birthday’ card indeed… love it!! TFS your process video as well… always love to watch you create and learn from your helpful tips.
Sherry W says
Nice! I tend toward floral cards, so I kind of struggle with cards for men. I think this one would work very well. Thanks!
I want those pens. You and Ms Bassen make it seem like a possible thing. to have them and use them and make pretty things. I want those pens. and that waffle silicon palette thing I’ve seen used with them.
but I also want the time and space and spoons, so….
This did turn out so good.
Jennifer Langer says
I love your cards, Cathy, and this one, like the rest, knocks it out of the ballpark! Beautiful!
Nora Noll says
I NEED that HBD die. This is simply STUNNING!
Sweet card! The design is amazing. Thanks for sharing…
Heather Crawley says
Very cute! I would rather be at home playing with craft supplies than setting in writing class. 🙂