Soft Succulent Wild Cats Card
This Soft succulent wild cats card mixes texture and designer series paper to wish a beast of a thank you. Make one or a stack with the steps here!
I’m often nervous to mix textures with my beautiful designer series paper (DSP), but don’t worry! When you use a DSP with a coordinating color, it’s easy to do!
I started making this card to showcase one of the new In-Colors, Soft Succulent, but then decided to make a short stack for my In-Color Club members! Once a month for 5 months, they receive a share of craft goodies in one of the new colors, and these will be included for the Soft Succulent month packages!
The Wild Cats stamp and die bundle are new this year, and I love that with the same few stamps, you can choose if you want a tiger or a cheetah with either stripes of spots.
Using a dark orange ink color, Cajun Craze, turned out to be a great compliment against the Soft Succulent background!
See below for how to create a Soft Succulent Wild Cat card:
How to make a Soft Succulent Wild Cat card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Very Vanilla
- 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, scored at 4 1/4”
- 1 3/4” x 3 1/2” for sentiment
- Scrap for Cat
- Soft Succulent
- 5 1/4” x 4”
- Emboss this with the Animal Prints Folder, and adhere it to your card base.
- DSP: 1 3/4” x 5”
- Next, stamp the cat with Cajun Craze onto a scrap of Very Vanilla.
- For the next step, you can choose if you want your cat to be a tiger or a cheetah. Use black ink to stamp the face and either stripes or spots.
- Die cut out your kitty.
Create the Sentiment:
- With Soft Succulent ink, stamp the sentiment on the strip of Very Vanilla.
- Put it all together, with the DSP on the left side of the card, the sentiment and cat adhered with dimensionals.
Supplies for a stack of Wild Cat cards:
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How about making a few similar monochrome projects? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!