Wednesday was stamp camp. This is when my customers come over and make 2 greeting cards. I always try to have something new and exciting to teach them. Today’s is a “WOW” in my book! I always like my cards (or at least most of them), but I love the way this card turned out! Let me know if you agree. And I’ve included pictures to show you how easy this technique is!

Watercolor Birthday

STAMP SET: Vivid Vases
                       Teeny Tiny Wishes

CARD STOCK: Tangerine Tango 4-¼” x 11”
                          Daffodil Delight 3-½” x 4” (2)
                         Water Color Paper 3-¼” x 2-¼”; ¾” x 3-¼”
                         Water Color Wonder DSP 4-¼” x 2” (123994 $10.95)
INK: Stazon Black
        Island Indigo
        Tangerine Tango
        Daffodil Delight
        Gumball Green

                           Gumball Green Ribbon 13”
                           Simply Scored

                           Paper Trimmer

Technique: Tag Topper Latch Card

Mark both ends of cardstock at center. (This my
sample use Tangerine Tango here.)

Slide CS in, centering it at marks and punch.

Trim 2 tabs on each end.

Score the scallop on one end, and fold. Now line up and score card at 5-1/2″.

TIP: When ready for ribbon, put it through the slots and do a “loupity loup”. Now turn card sideways to tie the bow!

Some of these techniques look sooo complicated, but when you see pictures or watch a YouTube video it breaks them down into easily understandable instructions.

Happy stampin’,