I have a little video tutorial for you today on how to make the sentiment tag on this card using some digital scrapbooking supplies and some digital cutting files.
The videos will walk you through all the steps using a template, some digital papers, some Photoshop brushes and digital cutting files. For this project I used the Vintage Label Templates and the Vintage Label Stamp set.
In this first video, I cover using the template and brushes to create a custom label and saving your images to import them into Silhouette Studio software for cutting.
(My microphone was giving me troubles so I sound a bit stranger than usual, really, honest….)
In this second video I review how to combine the images and the cutting files to create a custom print and cut file for Silhouette Studio software.
The whole process is very simple and I love that I can remake the card any time so easily.
Once I had my custom print and cut document finished, I printed it and put it into the Silhouette to cut.
I love pulling off the pieces – it always makes me smile…
Then I cut the cardstock pieces as mentioned in the video. (Please pardon my scraps – I’m a paper scrap hoarder. It makes me feel frugal.)
All that’s left is assembling the card (I used foam tape to pop the piggy up a little…)
(my plan is to put “Go Hog Wild” on the inside – in case you were wondering why I made a birthday card with a pig)… I hope this tutorial gave you some ideas for how to use digital scrapbook supplies to make your own greeting cards.
I used these supplies to complete this card:
Vintage Label Stamps Bundle for the sentiments:
Grandma’s Farmhouse Digital Kit for the solid Digital Papers:
Grandma’s Barnyard Kit for the flowered paper and the piggy image and cut file.
The Scalloped Circle Card Templates and cutting files for the card: