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Hello There: A Card Tutorial for all Occasions

July 3, 2023 3 min read

In today’s card tutorial (see video below), you can see my process as I go from an idea to use dies to make a white-on-white card, to what I end up with, which is the Hello There card. Both cards use the dies from Eden’s Garden, by Stampin’ Up! I’ll share some tips along the way such as using the Stamparatus versus eyeballing it, the easiest way to assemble a red rubber cling stamp, and more.

It was fun playing with some new stuff I just purchased, like the Eden’s Garden stamp set and dies, and the Essential Tag Punch. Both are a part of the Feb. Additions Flyer for Sale-a-Bration.

My white-on-white card also has a letter from the new Classic Letters from the new Online Exclusives line, which will be available for customers on March 1, 2023.

I hope you enjoy this card tutorial. I think both cards turned out beautifully. They could be used for just about any occasion. On the Hello There card just change the sentiment to match the occasion (birthday, sympathy, wedding, get well, thinking of you, etc.)

And the white-on-white card with a gold monogram can be used as personal stationery to thank you cards after a wedding, bridal shower, or really anytime. It is a classic.

Scroll down for a supply list for both cards shown in the card tutorial video.

Measurements for Card Tutorial

  1. Card base: Basic White Thick cardstock cut at 11 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Fold in half with a bone folder or clear block. Set aside.
  2. Cut one piece of Hues of Happiness suit Designer Series Paper at 5 1/4 x 4 inches. Set aside.
  3. I die cut all pieces from the dies that go with Eden’s Garden. I made one of each, plus an extra of the small leaf cluster.  Everything was able to be cut on an  8 1/2 x 5 1/2 piece on whisper white cardstock.

Card Samples

Hello There card

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Supplies I Used in this Card Tutorial

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