Easy Guy Card with Wetlands and How To Video



This card is easy to make and can be adapted to so many stamp sets. This card uses the Wetlands stamp set and there are a few little "extras" that make this card special. For example, did you know that you can put "sparkle" on a guy card? Yes! It's called "fog" on this particular card! lol! I also added a button with some twine. I really LOVE the basic metal buttons in our Spring 2014 catalog. They are so nice and flat and much easier to mail than traditional buttons. 


If you click on the above image, you will be able to see the sparkle, I mean "fog" a bit better. Thank you, Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz. I also used a blender pen to put reflections below the birds. See the video below for the step by step. Thanks so much for stopping by Stamping to Share! I truly appreciate you!



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Comments

theoblatelife said…
Great card! Hope you have a nice week-end. : )
Terstamper said…
Easy Guy card but packed with a WOW! Awesome Kay! I love your art.

Ter ;)
Roxanne Watts said…
I've never considered scoring as a design element, how cool.