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Vividly Bright Hello There Card

By: The Designers from momenta.com
Updated November 04, 2019
Vividly Bright Hello There Card
Vividly Bright Hello There Card
This image courtesy of momenta.com

Create a beautiful and cheery greeting card just to say hello. The Vividly Bright Hello There Card is easy to make and so delightful! Dust off the embossing machine to give this card great texture. A polka dotted washi tape adds a great design feature to the border of the card. Outline the greeting with a white pen to really make the words pop. Don't forget the envelope! A heartfelt greeting is so meaningful, and a handmade card really goes that extra mile to show someone you care.

Be sure to enter to win a Momenta Freestyle Die-Cutting Machine to make this project!

Main MaterialPaper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page SizeCard

Type of Paper UsedCardstock

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Blue cardstock
  • Pink cardstock
  • Momenta Freestyle Die Cut Machine
  • Embossing folder
  • Glue
  • White and black pens
  • Washi tape

Instructions

  1. Fold blue cardstock for card base. 

  2. Insert pink cardstock into embossing folder and sandwich between the base plate and embossing plate, then run through the Freestyle Machine. 

  3. Lightly glue embossed paper to the card base. 

  4. Embellish parts of the embossed paper with white and black pens, and add washi tape to the borders. 

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