Today we have a step by step birthday card tutorial starring our Princess paper collection and Rose Bouquet flower sets. These enchanting and simple to create cards and are not only great for birthdays, they are also great for weddings, baby, and special occasions too. So grab your pretty pink papers and follow along with Yulia Kuznetsova's marvelous tutorial. But first, we have our Weekly Blog Contest to announce.
Weekly Blog Contest
This week’s prize package is a Club G45 Vol 2 Princess Kit, a $50+ value. The winner will be announced on the blog Friday, March 8th, 2019.
Pretty in Pink Birthday Card Tutorial
“Hello friends! In today’s step by step tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can create such beautiful cards. I made them for my twin nieces. They have a birthday in February and I hope they like these cards)
You just need a few sheets of paper, a chipboard embellishment and a couple of Ephemera cards. And of course gorgeous flowers Graphic45!
The size of my postcard 16.5 cm x 10 cm
Prepare the details for the inside and outside of the card. Attention! These details are slightly smaller than the base of the card.
All of the following details of the postcard I glued to cardboard. So the volume is created and the card looks more interesting.
With this collection of paper perfectly combines gold details-for example, powder for embossing.
Use a card from a set of paper and chipboard to make the image complete.
That's better, isn't it?
I think we need some details.) For example, flowers, leaves and…. little crown of a real Princess)
Glue the details and the cards are ready!
Wow! You also wanted to become a Princess?)
I hope I inspired you! With such a magnificent collection of paper cannot be otherwise!)” ~Yulia
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- chipboard Prosto nebo
- emboss it dabber by Ranger
- embossing powder BFS
"Handmade cards because…
no one displays an email on the mantle."
Bravo Yulia! Thank you, Yulia for sharing these beautiful cards and want to thank all our G45ers for following along. Be sure to leave your love and card making tips in the comments below to be entered to win this week's prize package! Have a wonderful day, and as always…