Tuesday Tutorial

I had many requests for instructions on making this card, I decided to feature it for the tutorial today.

Extra Large Heart Punch
Basic Black card
Whisper White card
Pretty in Pink card
Basic Black 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon
Jewels – basic pearls
Paper Daisies
Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Elegant Bouquet Textured Impressions folder
Big Shot


  • Fold your card stock and remember we are making this card in landscape fashion
  • Run your card front through your favourite embossing folder – I’ve used Elegant Bouquet as I like the way it gives that direction down the card
  • Take the smallest paper daisy and adhere on the right hand side of the card front (I used Multipurpose Liquid Glue) and place a Jewel – Basic Pearl in the centre.
  • Now we’ll make our wedding couple:
  • With your Extra Large Heart Punch, punch out 2 hearts in white, 1 heart in black and 1 heart in pink
  • Take 1 white and 1 pink heart and adhere the pink heart so it shows just above the white heart, giving you a bodice effect. The take a strip of Basic Pearls and adhere down the centre of the embellishment you’ve just made. Put this piece to one side.
  • With your black heart, take your snips and cut a ‘V’ shape – see picture above. Now these 2 little flaps you have cut off form the lapels. Adhere them to the outside of the ‘V’ you have just cut. With hindsight I may have used a dimensional under the lapels to give a bit of depth. Adhere the white heart behind your black heart as in the picture of the card. Tie your ribbon in a ‘bow tie’ shape (I trimmed the ends quite close to the bow) and adhere (I used Multipurpose Liquid Glue). I found I needed a weight on it for a few minutes so it would stick properly (I used the punch as the weight). I placed a pearl on the lapel to represent a corsage.
  • Place dimensionals behind both embellishments and adhere to front of card where desired.

It was a surprisingly quick card to make. For the insert I chose a tent fold card in Publisher and typed in the sentiment on the correct page, printed it out, cut where needed and adhered to the inside of the card.

I found a few sites that had similar cards and some that had variations that were very effective. So, I will make some more samples and featured them at a later date.

I did find this video tutorial from Valita. She is so talented and has a different way of using the punches to gain a great looking card (much better than mine.) So, please take some time to view it and pop on over to her site and view all the inspiration she shares – click here.

Thank you for stopping by and don’t forget to return again next Tuesday for another tutorial.
If you have any requests for techniques or types of cards you’d like featured in Tuesday Tutorials, please email me and I’ll see what I can come up with you and share.
Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share …

About LibbyD

Hi, I'm Libby. I'm a wife, mother, Gran and sister. I'm also an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator! in Australia. I love all things Stampin' Up! Making meaningful connections is important to me and I value the long lasting friendships I have made through Stampin' Up! I knit, cross-stitch, sew and get inky with stamps, ink and paper. Connect with me to find out more Have a look around and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like to arrange your own Stampin' Up! workshop (FREE) or find out about classes. Call 0410 315 786 Email libby@libbystampz.com

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