Starry Sky Blue Hollyhocks Card
This Starry Sky Blue Hollyhocks Card uses the Layering Die-Cuts Technique for a monochromatic design. Make this card using the new Heavenly Hollyhocks stamp set and learn a new technique with the tutorial here!
I really love how this card turned out. This may be the first time I’m using ready-to-use card bases instead of cutting and folding my own, but I am now a fan! Additionally, the set came with coordinating envelopes!
Additionally, this card shows off the beautiful Layering Die-cuts technique!
Between the patterned cardbase and the Ombre glimmer paper and the embellishments, this monochromatic design is versatile and can be used with a lot of different sentiments.
I hope you try it! Give yourself some craft time — you’ll thank yourself afterwards.
See below for how to create a Blue Hollyhocks Card:
How to make a Starry Sky Hollyhocks Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- There is no need to cut your cardbase if you are using the Tea boutique cards and envelopes! Use the Starry Sky set.
- Vellum: 5” x 3 1/2”, die-cut with the 2nd-largest stitched rectangle die.
- Starry Sky Glimmer paper: 1 sheet.
- Basic White: 5 1/2” x 3 1/2”.
- Starry Sky scrap: die-cut with smallest stitched rectangle.
- There are two large die-cuts included in this set. Cut the outline die (with large cut-outs) from Basic White cardstock.
- Then, die-cut the inner part from Starry Sky glimmer paper.
- Next, use your liquid glue to adhere the white outline to the glimmer die-cut. Then adhere these hollyhocks to the left side of your vellum.
Complete the Card:
- Heat emboss your sentiment on the die-cut scrap of Starry Sky with white embossing powder. For a more detailed description of this technique, check out this tutorial. Adhere this to the upper right corner of the vellum.
- On the back of the vellum, add a few glue dots and adhere it to the center of your card base.
TIP: To hide your adhesive showing through vellum, Only add glue dots behind elements added to the top.
- Lastly, add a few Starry Sky embellishment dots. Hint: I added a few to cover a few glue dots.
Supplies for a Blue Hollyhocks Card:
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