Easy Peasy!

February 09, 2019

Easy Peasy!

Looking for a fast and easy love themed card? Valentine's Day is just a few days away. It's crunch time! This card can be made in minutes and easily mass produced!

Here is how you make it -

1. Stamp and color the Peas Be Mine stamp set then fussy cut.
2. Create a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card base. Use temporary adhesive and place fussy cut peas where you would like on the base. 

3. Stamp sentiments. Remove the peas and  use light gray markers to color a light shadow under where your peas will be on your card.
4. Adhere dimensional adhesive to your peas and attach to card. 
5. Use two rectangle dies to create a frame and apply it to the card base. 
See, EASY PEASY!  
Have fun creating with this cute little set!  



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