This is a simple card, fit for any occasion! The sentiment in this case is my own handwriting cut out using Adobe Illustrator, a tablet, and a Cricut Explore Air. There are also several dies available from a variety of vendors that give the same effect. No matter what method you choose, it turns out so cute!
This is a great card for showing off beautiful designer papers. This design gives the paper a lot of room to show off. Look how lovely!
If you have a Cricut, you can use this image to cut out your own “happy” or “hello” sentiments. If you use this image, I’d love it if you could link back so I can see what you’ve made!
If you’d like to cut out your own handwriting, here’s the steps I used:
If you don’t have a Cricut you can get sentiment dies at Stampin’ Up (Greetings Thinlits Dies, Hello You Thinlits Dies) or Papertrey Ink (Bloomin’ Cute Sentiments Die). I’m sure there are more companies that make them, too!
Happy card making!
Technology: Cricut Explore Air, Adobe Illustrator, Drawing Tablet
Paper: Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper (c) Stampin’ Up
Cardstock: Whisper White, Cucumber Crush
Stamps: Happy Birthday Everyone (c) Stampin’ Up