Little Birdie Crafts Sweet As Honey Summertime Card Tutorial

Little Birdie Crafts Sweet as Honey Summertime Card Tutorial

Hello, Friends!  One of the thing I love the most about summer is the beautiful flowers that fill the landscape.  Today I have a Little Birdie Crafts Sweet as Honey Summertime Card Tutorial to share with you.  It’s soft as a summer sky and loaded with gorgeous summer blooms, courtesy of Little Birdie Flowers.

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Don’t you just love these beautiful summer blossoms?  They are LBC Pastel Palette blooms from the Jessica, Bouquet and Rosalind assortments.  (Linked below)  I’ve paired up papers from the Texture Brew and True Love Story 12×12 Paper Packs with a digital image to create this interactive card.

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See that sweet little burlap tassel on the side of the card?  That’s a hidden tag pocket that I’ve built into the card design.  You’ll learn how to make it in the video tutorial below.

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Little Birdie Crafts Sweet as Honey Summertime Card Tutorial: A Peek Inside

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I’ve used more sweet embellishments from LBC to create the little tea wallet that is tucked inside the card.

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And here’s the promised Little Birdie Crafts Sweet as Honey Summertime Card Tutorial on YouTube.

I hope I’ve inspired you to get your craft on today!  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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3 thoughts on “Little Birdie Crafts Sweet As Honey Summertime Card Tutorial

  1. Gena Krannig

    Kathy, I was so excited when I opened my email and saw you had a tutorial on this gorgeous card! I got my coffee and sat down and watched it twice! The card is breathtaking and when I actually see how much work you put into them, I appreciate them even more…if that’s possible. I’ve been making cards for a couple of years now and am not even close to your expertise. Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us your talent. Hugs!

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  2. Tristan Robin Blakeman

    Absolutely beautiful, Kathy! Your use of layered paper, textures, and printed images really works marvelously here. And I just loved your video! Very clear and concise and not at the ‘warp speed’ that so many mini-workshops are presented in. (I dont’ know why people feel that crafters won’t take the time to watch the process – if they can’t watch a video, how are they going to take the time to make something? LOL)
    I’m enjoying your exploration and journey with mixed media techniques. There was a time when I wouldn’t buy any designer paper that had distressing or age already incorporated in the artwork – I felt like that was “my job.” LOL But, I’ve calmed down quite a bit and can allow the paper do so a lot of the talking (and work! – and clean up!) for me!
    Thanks for sharing all the great tips – and I don’t know how you get so up-close and personal to your hot glue without silicone finger tip thingies! I’d have blisters the size of nickels on the ends of my fingers. LOL
    Hope you’re also having a nice break in the heat wave.

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