Are you ready to learn how to make another pocket page-friendly Story Card?
This week's Story Card Sunday tutorial is a fun one! Let's get started.
Cut a base card from black cardstock with the Story Card dies. Cut three small stars with the Nested Stars dies and one small heart with the Nested Hearts dies. You'll also want to cut one hexagon with the Hexagon dies.
Set the base card on scratch paper or a surface you don't mind getting messy. Spritz the base card with white spray mist. Don't have white spray mist? Silver or gold mist would be a nice substitute. You can also make your own spray mist with water and paint.
Let the mist dry. And then tap on some color with red, blue and green inks. It's important that you tap the ink on rather than rub it on. It's also important to note that the color tinting will be very, very, very subtle.
Adhere the hexagon to the base card. Stamp a sentiment on it. The one I used is from the My Sun & Moon stamp set.
Tune in next Sunday for another installment of Story Card Sunday. I'll show you another Story Card you can make to use on a pocket page, in a traditional scrapbook or on a greeting card. Hope to see you then!