Ilda here with you today sharing a couple of crafty themed birthdays cards with you. One more complicated than the other but both easily made if you wanted to mass produce them to have on hand for your crafty friends Birthdays.
To begin both the cards I started off by placing stamps from the Kobi Loves School evenly spaced onto the top half of an A2 card panel. Using a stamping tool I picked up the stamps, inked them up and stamped the images out onto the top part of the card panel and then flipped the panel around and stamped onto the bottom part of the panel to create the reverse images. The two middle images were stamped out after to fill in the space. As you can see I then just finished off the one layer card by stamping the sentiment from the Birthday Greeting set in the center space that was left and then just added the dotted edge to the panel using the largest frame from the Darling Ribbon and Frames Dies.
This next card was done pretty much the same way as the first one only this time I adjusted the images to fit within the opening of the Loops Creative die and used fewer images. Also this time I stamped the sentiment onto black card stock and then used the small frame from the Dotted Patterns 2 to die cut the dotted edge around the sentiment.
All the images were colored in using Copic Markers and then some were finished by using glossy accents. For an extra pop of color, I added a variety of crystals to both cards (see links below for the crystals used). Hope these cards inspired you today and maybe gave you ideas for easily creating cards that you may want to mass produce.
Thank you for stopping by. Until next time… Happy Crafting!
SUNNY TOPAZ NOVEMBER | CRYSTALS