Sweetie Pie Greeting Card

Sweetie Pie Greeting Card

Show someone you care - don't just tell them. The best way to express your gratitude is through greeting card crafts ideas, so gather up your favorite scrapbook paper, adhesives from PLUS America and embellishments. A Sweetie Pie Greeting Card says it all and takes no time to make.


 

Materials:

  • Plus America Decoration Roller (Cupcake)
  • Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (black, pink, light grey, cream)
  • Corner rounder: SU!
  • Scalloped border punch: SU!
  • Seam binding: Schiff
  • Epoxy pearls: My Mind's Eye
  • Pink twine: The Twinery
  • Glitter: Martha Stewart
  • Liquid Applique: Marvy
  • Glossy accents: Ranger
  • Ruler
  • Plus America Adhesive Glue Tape
  • Ink: Memento (brown for distressing)
  • Copic Markers

Instructions:

  1. Cut cream cardstock, use corner rounder. Ink edges.
     
  2. The Plus Corporation roller stamps are so fun and easy to use!  Just push the top and the stamp becomes exposed.  One tip I learned is that I tend to roll uphill or downhill. To prevent this use ruler and Plus Corporation Cupcake Stamp to ensure straight rolling.








     
  3. Cut row of cupcakes to fit front of card.


     
  4. Color cupcakes with Copic Markers.
     
  5. Add liquid applique to frosting of cupcakes.
     
  6. Heat and while still hot, sprinkle glitter.
     
  7. Add glossy accents to cherries and stars. Add epoxy pearls.
     
  8. Use border scallop punch on black paper. 
     
  9. Use PLUS America adhesive to adhere cupcakes to black punched paper and strip of pink paper. This adhesive has a nice smooth applicator and doesn't get gummed up.  It offers a nice sturdy hold.


     
  10. Attach entire piece to front of card.
     
  11. Tie seam binding to left side of card into a bow. 
     
  12. Tie an additional seam binding bow using pink twine. Glue to other bow.
     
  13. Add epoxy pearl to center.
     
  14. Stamp sentiment. Add epoxy pearls as a finishing touch.

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