Cool Copper Clay Pie Card Monochromatic InColor 2023
This Copper Clay Pie Card features one of the new 2023-2025 In-Colors from Stampin’ Up that is great for a neutral monochromatic look. Make one with this tutorial.
Color coordination is one of the most fun parts of cardmaking. With the array of InColor products that Stampin’ Up offers, it’s easy to master the art of color coordination! Today’s card showcases Copper Clay and it pairs nicely with Berry Burst for a pie card.
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If you are a part of my In-Color Club, this is the free card I sent with your kits the second month! I hope you use your Copper Clay goodies to make this card!
This super fun sentiment “You are so sweet” can be featured even more when it’s popped up on matching luster paper and a bit of ribbon.
See below for how to create this Copper Clay Pie Card:
How to make this Copper Clay Pie Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Basic White
- 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, fold at 4-1/4” for your card base
- 3-7/8” x 5-1/8” This will be your stamped pie piece
- 2-3/8” circle, punched out using your punch
- Copper Clay: 4” x 5-1/4”
- Copper Clay Luster Specialty Paper: 3” circle
TIP: When using white as a card base, I suggest you choose the THICK cardstock. This gives your card a heavier feel that can make your recipient feel more special.
Stamp your Pies:
- Using Copper Clay ink, stamp a few pies on your white piece. Then, stamp a few more pies using Berry Burst ink in the unstamped “in-between” spaces.
- Adhere this pie piece to your Copper Clay cardstock. Then adhere this to the front of your card base.
- With Copper Clay ink, stamp your sentiments on the white circle you punched out. Next adhere that to your larger Copper Clay Luster paper.
- On the back of these circles, adhere 8-1/2” ribbon folded in half.
- Lastly, use dimensionals to pop up the sentiment circle and adhere it to the front of the card.
Supplies for a Cool Copper Clay Pie Card:
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How about making a few similar projects which are monochromatic with previous In-Colors? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!