Hi everyone! It’s Lindsay here with you today, from Crafting While Caffeinated Blog and YouTube Channel. I am so excited to be back today sharing another video tutorial. Today’s tutorial is all about making a card, my specialty, but with NO STAMPING! I love to stamp, but sometimes I just need a super quick card, and stenciling and die cutting are my go to’s. Be sure to watch the video tutorial below for all the details!
The Video Tutorial
The video tutorial above contains products that were sent to me free of charge for design purposes. I only ever design for companies I can stand behind 100%! This post also contains affiliate links.
Making the Card
This card is super simple. I started by die cutting a very large oval from white cardstock. Onto that oval I ink blended the large pineapple using yellow and green inks. The Pineapple stencil is one of my favorites for focal points and summer!
I’ve used the Pineapple stencil before, to share how to create your own DIY Glitter Gel. Be sure to check out that video tutorial HERE!
One of my all time favorite stencils from The Crafter’s Workshop is the Micro Bricks stencil. It is the PERFECT addition to the background on so many cards. It is probably one of my most used stencils. And of course I used it on this card for a bright colorful background on my card base!
To finish this card, I wanted a bold sentiment that would stand out amid all the bright colors. I chose to go with a black die cut and built it up by die cutting it several times and gluing them together for a 3d look!
I hope you all enjoyed a look at this super simple hello card that was made without any stamping at all! I love creating quick cards like this.
If you are interested in any of the TCW supplies I used, you can find them listed and linked below. Until next time, happy crafting!!
The Crafter’s Workshop – 6 x 6 Doodling Templates – Micro Bricks
The Crafter’s Workshop – Pineapple Stencil
2 thoughts on “Making a Card with NO Stamping”
She is a talented and informative teacher. Loved the detail and opinion/techniques she shared. Would love to see more of her projects.
Thank you, Jenn!! I have a YouTube Channel FULL of tutorials and am posting new ones very often! You can check it out here – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4wWi3TNlhLaWXWx5jE1wUg