Good Vibes Only Inspiration | Good Vibes Only Cards with Kay
Hello everyone! This is Kay Miller and I am happy to be back again sharing some fun projects I created with the new Good Vibes Only Collection by Stephanie Low. I have two more cards to share with you today showing some fun ways to use bright colored card stock for that extra pop! You can catch cards I shared earlier using this collection here and here.
I started with for different colors of card stock; pink, magenta, yellow and orange. I pieced those together and then cut it out at 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, a standard A2 size card. I used the outline die from the Good Vibes Only die set to cut the frame out of this piece. I then cut the words out of black card stock and adhered those to a top folded white A2 card base. I cut the centers of some of the letters out of colored card stock as well and adhered those into the spaces.
I then adhered the pieced card stock frame piece over the lettering with foam tape. I used the Leaves So Very Gorgeous die set to cut out the green leaves. I used the Petal’d Poetry die set to cut out some flowers from the same colors of card stock. I adhered the flowers with foam tape and then tucked the green leaves in with a bit of liquid adhesive.
After I was finished, I added a few drops of white gloss Crystal Nuvo Drops.
My second card was very easy to put together because I just used the left over pieces from my first card. I used the striped piece that I cut out of the frame part and then cut the black words out and adhered them to that with liquid adhesive. I added foam tape to the back and adhered this to a top folded A2 white card base.
I cut some more greenery out with the Leaves So Very Gorgeous die set and tucked them around underneath the edge of the sentiment. I then added some pink dots with Carnation Pink Crystal Nuvo Drops.
Card stock by Papertrey Ink: Raspberry Fizz, Hibiscus Burst, Orange Zest, Summer Sunrise, True Black White Gloss Nuvo Drops
Thank you so much for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you in some fun ways you can use your Spellbinders dies! Kay
I love your idea of using the leftovers for another card. These cards are bright and beautiful. Great job.