Ohhh my! You’re going to love learning how to create magic in card making with a fun technique that uses masking tape! These card making ideas are guaranteed to make you smile. These little guys just seem to have so much personality and are so fun to create with. If you want to know how to make greeting cards that will cheer anyone and put a smile on their face THESE are the cards! Plus, it uses a fun card making technique so you’ll have just as much fun making them!
Playful Penguins is the name of this stamp set and it’s in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog–which means it will not be around much longer! Don’t forget, this catalog ends on January 2nd, and after that you will no longer be able to get it.
These penguins are seriously adorable and can be used for just about any kind of card. Use the greetings in the set, or grab whatever you need from another stamp set.
Magic in Card Making: Stamping Tip Video With Adorable Penguin Cards
In today’s video I am going to teach you a technique called MASKING. This technique will make your images look like they are behind one another and give lots of depth to your card. I also had to bring out my SPOON for my ink pad trick! Come see how to put some magic in card making and learn some helpful tips too!
Do you agree with me? Don’t these little guys just seem to have so much personality!
Magic in Card Making: Masking Tips
Make sure to watch the video to see how I was able to stamp the little guy on the left BEHIND the one on the right.
- Melon Mambo: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
- Whisper White: 5″ x 3 3/4″
- Basic Black: 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″
All cards actually use this exact same recipe. Just change the color of the card base.
Don’t they look like a trio singing a song?
Greeting for this one is from the WELL SAID stamp set and the die cut “wishes” is from the WELL WRITTEN dies.
I really think this guy looks quite down in the dumps or not feeling well!
He could be the choir director! I was thinking this would make a fun graduation card. The “Congratulations” are from the HERE’S A CARD stamp set.
Want to Make These Adorable Cards?
Here are the supplies that I used. If you’d like to order them, I truly appreciate it when you pick me to place your order with. Just click any of the little pictures to go directly to my online store to order.
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed the projects. As always, if you have questions or if I can help you with anything, just leave me a comment. Or, if you just want to let me know what you think of the projects today I love to hear from my readers!