Recently a very lovely newcomer to my blog messaged me about one of my favourite card designs where I had recreated the same basic card designs but had shown the very different looks you can achieve (part of my “Similar but Different” series). She asked where she might be able to see my creative process. At that stage, I didn’t have anything I could show. I was inspired to make some additional cards of the same design but to shake up the colours and colouring mediums used. Today, I am sharing a simple card where I have really only used a few supplies. I wanted to share how you don’t have to have a lot of supplies to create cards which “wow”. I’m also very excited to share a process video today. It was a lot of fun to produce and I hope to share more as time goes by.
Here’s the card…
Here’s the video…
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I do hope you’ve enjoyed the video and seeing an insight into my creative process.
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Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set comes in different types (such as clear mount or wood mount), I link to them both. At the end, I have also linked to other ‘staple’ items you might need to finish the project (such as adhesive and a paper trimmer).
Brilliant work and great tutorial Kylie thanks so much for sharing. You make it look so easy but more importantly, you make it look ‘doable ‘ even for the most limited colourist amongst us.
Look forward to more of your great work.
Thank you very much, Veronica! It really is doable. It is truly just a bit of practice. I do hope you will give it a go. 🙂
Excellent video, Kylie!! I would have never guessed that you’d colored your own cardstock! I love it when papers are matchy-matchy. This card was such an inspiration to me; thank you for sharing. It. Is. Beautiful!! Love it! : )
Thank you so much, Miss Bev! I’m going to try and make more. They are fun…in a slightly nerve-wracking way. haha I don’t always colour my own cardstock but sometimes it comes in handy when you want a perfect match. I’m so glad I inspired you too, especially considering you constantly inspire me. 🙂 Thank you!