Hello!  I have a clean and simple card tutorial to share with you today, featuring the lovely Fiona Loves Flowers rubber stamp image from the Stampingbella Uptown Girl collection.  The set comes with this uplifting quote by Alan Alexander Milane, author of my most favorite beloved children’s book, Winnie-the-Pooh.  I colored Fiona with Copic markers and Prismacolor pencils.

Card Tutorial – Stampingbella Uptown Girl FIONA Loves Flowers

Please see below for the tutorial.  The supplies are listed first, follow by the instruction.

Supplies.  Compensated affiliate links used (except items in (*) ) below (at no additional cost to you).  All products were personally purchased.  Affiliate programs & product disclosure can be found HERE.  Thank you for your support.

Direction

  1. Create 4×6 size folded card base on white cardstock.
  2. Cut Neenah white cardstock to 4×6 card panel.  Stamp on image and sentiment.
  3. Color the image.  See color combo in the Supplies section above. 
  4. Adhere card panel to the card front.

Christina Hor

Christina is a mother of three, a card maker and a self-taught artist who loves to spread joy and kindness to others through handmade cards and arts. In 2015, Christina joined a group of Heart Center nurses at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) to bring comfort to bereaved parents with personalized, handmade sympathy cards and discovered the deep impact a handmade card can have on the babies’ families, helping them to grieve in a healthy way. Wanting to spread smiles and hope to other heart patients and their families at NCH, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016, with the assistance of several fellow crafters, Christina launched the first winter-themed holiday card drive on her hobby blog Christina Hor Designs and Cards for Little Hearts (formerly known as Hug a Heart) was founded. Christina resides in Ohio with her husband Kan (Pediatric Cardiologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital), two daughters and son.

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