Nice Hedgehog Thanks Card
This Nice Hedgehog Thanks Card is a quick way to tell someone thank you! See below how to make this textured card.
Hedgehogs are adorable, and these stamps are no different! Moreover, embossing before punching it out can give it an extra bit of cuteness.
This hedgehog is NEW! Available in the new mini-catalog, the stamp set has a coordinating punch which always makes crafting fast and easy!
Punches are a great way for beginner and avid crafters alike to quickly add a little pizzazz to a card or project.
TIP: When designing a card with Designer Series Paper, choose a DSP that appeals to your eye, then add two solid cardstock of coordinating colors. Easy!
See below for how to create this Nice Hedgehog Thanks Card:
How to make a Hedgehog Thank You Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Crumb Cake
- 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, scored and folded at 4 1/4”
- Scraps for hedgehog body and bird
- Misty Moonlight DSP
- 4” x 5 1/4”
- Scrap: die-cut with large label die
- Daffodil Delight
- 3 3/4” x 5”
- Use the embossing folder to add texture to this layer. Then adhere this layer to your DSP layer.
- Soft Suede
- Scrap for hedgehog body
Create the Hedgehog and bird:
- Using Soft Suede ink, stamp the hedgehog on crumb cake cardstock. Punch it out.
- Emboss a scrap of soft suede, and then punch out the back of the hedgehog. Glue the pieces together, and adhere it to your DSP label.
- Using soft suede ink, stamp the bird and cut it out. Glue it to the bottom right of the yellow layer.
Put it All Together:
- Using Soft Suede ink, stamp your sentiment and die-cut it out with the banner label die. Adhere this above the hedgehog.
- Apply two strips of adhesive to the back of the DSP label, and apply your twine. Then, add a few dimensionals and stick it to the front of your card.
Supplies for this Nice Hedgehog Thanks Card:
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