Using Stardream cardstock as the base for my card, I created a Valentine’s Day card. Testing out the usability of the Stardream cardstock, I used a variety of different techniques. Drawing on the cardstock with markers, gluing an element down, and adding vinyl, the Stardream cardstock accepted all without any special effort.
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The card stock used for this project was Stardream Metallic in Eris. CutCardStock has a ton of different colors of Stardream to choose from, they are all just beautiful and my favorite cardstock from CutCardStock.
I used my Cricut Maker to cut vinyl and draw on the card base. In the image above you can see the pen installed into the A slot. The Cricut only draws the outlines of letters so if you want solid letters you need to color them in.
Here the letters are colored in and I have added a small heart over the apostrophe that I colored in to match the colored letters, I am also checking out the placement of the vinyl heart.
A close-up of the card shows the little heart better. Looking closely, you can also notice the two colors of the word valentine’s, which gives a slight dimensional look to the letters.
Please visit the store to grab the free SVG file. [Valentine’s Day]