Today is World CardMaking Day and my friends over at Scrapbook.com are celebrating all this week! They have loads of great deals and freebies and I have teamed up with them to showcase some project ideas using their new Floral Sampler Cut Files. Right now, for World Cardmaking Day they are giving away their new Floral Sampler Cut File bundle for FREE….yep, totally FREE! The best part….it includes cut files for cards, traveler’s notebooks, scrapbook pages, and all of your fun projects!
Click here to get your Floral Sampler Bundle of cut files today totally FREE!
Here’s a SUPER quick and easy card that I created today for World Cardmaking Day using these fun cut files. I will be back later this weekend with more using some of the other sizes as well.
I started out with a blank card base and envelope and then cut a black piece of yardstick to 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 to fit on the front panel. I used my Silhouette to cut the card front which I trimmed just a little smaller than the black cardstock base. Next, I cut a white piece of cardstock to fit the exact same size as the cut file panel I wanted to use.
I grabbed my Distress Oxide inks and a blender tool (the new ones from Scrapbook.com are AMAZING and don’t leave any edge marks at all. You can find those by clicking here) I just created a diagonal rainbow effect on the white cardstock and it was SO SUPER quick and easy. I backed the word “hi” in the cut file with black cardstock to help it really pop on that rainbow background.
FInally, I added dimensional adhesive dots to the backside of the cut file itself in order to create some extra dimension. I really love how that panel looks completed popped up off the background and it makes for a very striking card that I was able to create in seriously less than ten minutes!
I hope that you enjoyed this quick and easy card for World Card Making Day and I would love to see what you create with these amazing cut files. Make sure to grab yours today before they aren’t free to download anymore!