Quick and Easy Forever Fern Card Using the Post It Tape Technique!

Hey Everyone!

I love the colors in this card. The blue/green/purple combo is one of my favorites. I used Highland Heather, Mint Macaron, and Balmy Blue. This card is so easy but looks really impressive.

For this card, I used 1 inch Post It tape to mask off the center of the card and then stamped on either side.

Make sure to check out my video below to see how I did this.

The Forever Fern stamp set is one of my favorites. I have done it in so many colors and it always looks beautiful. 

forever fern postit technique

 

Please check out my video below to see how I made this beautiful card. If you are seeing this in an email, you might need to click the link to watch the video. 

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5 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Forever Fern Card Using the Post It Tape Technique!”

  1. Lisa, these cards are just beautiful. I love how versatile this stamp set is when it comes to the colors you can use.

  2. Thanks so much! Shimmer spray is 90% alcohol mixed with frost white shimmer paint. If you look at almost any of my youtube videos from before May of this year I show how to make it. Stampin Up stopped selling the Shimmer Paint in May.

  3. Thanks for the help with the shimmer paint and alcohol. I have all four colors of shimmer paint and can’t wait to try it in the spritzer bottle.

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