Galentine's Day Cards

I don’t know if it’s an actual thing, but I think that Galentine’s Day should officially be noticed on the calendar!  Not everyone has a ‘significant other’ to give a card to on Valentine’s Day. But just about everyone has some special gals pal that they could send  Galentine’s Day cards to. What do you think?

GALENTINE’S DAY

Okay, so maybe we don’t need one certain day to acknowledge our BFF’s. Any time is a good time to show your friend how much you appreciate having them in your life. One thing I am really missing, during this pandemic, is getting together with my friends for coffee! That’s why I chose to reach back in my stamp stash, and pull out the MFT Friends at First Sip set.

Galentine's Day Cards

I decided to even colour the images to reflect me and my bestie! That’s me on the left, with the long brown hair. 🙂  Purple is her favourite colour, that’s how I chose the sweater colour.

CARD DETAILS

I still had my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers on my desk, so I decided I would watercolour the images. First, set up a piece of watercolour paper and the images in your stamp platform. Because of the texture of the paper, you should stamp at least twice, to get a clear, crisp image. After stamping in Nocturne ink,  cover the images with clear embossing powder, and then heat set. Now you’re ready to watercolour! Choose your favourites – and have fun! What colours does your bestie like to wear?

After colouring, use your Big Shot with the coordinating Friends at First Sip dies & die cut the images. I like to add dimension, so if you have a piece of fun foam, die cut the shapes from that, too.  Glue the layers together, and set aside. Next, create your background. On a piece of light green cardstock, blend on some Pine Needles Distress Oxide ink. To create the grass levels, just tear a piece of copy paper, to use as your mask. Now, glue the images onto your ink blended background.  For the white clouds, use the 2 sizes of clouds in the MFT Beach Bunnies die set. Die cut them from white cardstock, and glue them at the top of the card front.

Stamp the sentiment from the Friends at First Sip set onto watercolour paper; repeat the steps with the Nocturne ink and clear embossing powder. Attach the sentiment across the top middle of the card front. Finally, attach your card front to a light blue card base.

The dimension adds lots of fun to the card, don’t you think?

JOIN THE SCRAP ‘N STAMP DAILY CHALLENGE!

Have you already joined the daily challenge on the Scrap ‘N Stamp challenge Facebook page? You should! It’s fun, easy, and you could win a prize! Each month, you’ll see a list of daily word prompts. Simply create your card/project using a prompt, and then share it on the page. Be sure to use the hashtag #snschallenge! You can play along with as many or few days as you like. At the end of the month, one participant is randomly chosen, and WINS a $50 GIFT CARD to Shop Scrap ‘N Stamp’s  online store! And you guessed it – today’s word prompt is “Galentine”.

SUPPLIES

While you’re checking out the supplies I used to create this card, be sure to have a look at all of the fabulous new products in the Scrap ‘N Stamp store!  When purchasing regular-priced items, be sure to use my Designer Discount Code 10DEB at checkout, for 10% Off your total!  Have fun creating, and sending your Galentine’s Day Cards!

Send Galentine's Day Cards

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

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