The cupcake featured on this Gift Card Envelope is from an Elizabeth Craft peel-off sticker. The sentiment and confetti are from a Lawn Fawn stamp set called Birthday Tags and stamped with Tsukineko Memento Dew Drop Ink Pads. The watercoloring was done with Distress Inks applied with a water and Perfect Pearls mixture. And finally, Glossy Accents by Ranger Inks was used to make the cherry shiny!
This Gift Card Envelope features another stamp from the Art Impressions Garden Try-Folds set. Distress Inks were used to watercolor the image.
Krisitna Werner posted a video on her You Tube Channel that demonstrated making Gift Card Envelopes. I really liked the way her envelopes turned out, so I decided to give it a try myself. I didn’t own the same stamp set that Kristina used, but found one that I thought was similar and proceeded to create my envelope. The envelope itself was cut from the Simon Says Stamp Gift Card Envelope die. Once the envelope was die cut (from watercolor paper), I stamped the flowers and colored them with Derwent Inktense Pencils and water. I also inked the other side of the envelope with Distress Inks and then used stencils to achieve the dots and stripes. I liked the way it turned out so much, I made several more which I will be posting over the coming days.