I want to share with you a card that I made for the “Make The Card Challenge“. This is a website ran by my good card maker friend, Jill Lipscomb. She asked me to be a guest designer for her new card maker challenge blog. This particular challenge was to create a congratulations card.
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I'm in love with the Maker Forte's art deco style stencils, decided to whip up the very simple but elegant card using one these stencils to create this slim line card.
I used distressed inks to create this ombre look over the stencil pattern. I love how bright the colors are and how they coordinate with Maker Forte's Coronation Purple card stock.
For the sentiment, I created this on my Silhouette Cameo 3 and Studio Design app. I'll share below how you can get this SVG to cut on your own cutting machine, for free!
I cut the sentiment out 3 times and glued them together to give it some dimension. In Studio Design, I created an halo for the word by offsetting the svg. I then cut that halo out with vellum paper.
After cutting the the card front down to fit the card base, I matted it on the purple card stock. Then glued the sentiment with the vellum halo onto the card.
And to finish it off, I choose some beautiful purple rhinestones from Pretty Pink Posh that just go just perfectly with these colors.
Want to get this Congrats SVG file for free?
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