Hello crafty friends! Lien here with another bright and colorful card that takes no time at all to make! As always, I will leave the video linked below the tutorial if you're curious!

For this card I started out by covering a piece of thick white cardstock (slightly larger than A2 size) in colored cardstock strips. I added glue to a big section of the cardstock and just pressed the strips down onto it one after the other, it's very quick to do. I then used the newly released Postal Cover Panel Confetti Cuts to die cut a panel from the striped background. I also die cut that Postal Cover Panel Confetti Cutsonce more from thick white cardstock. I added a scoreline near the top of that, added glue to everything above the scoreline and glued it to the back of the striped panel to make a shaped card.

I then stamped the flower bunch from the Hello Daisy stamp set in Versamark ink onto vellum and heat embossed it with WOW Bright White Super Fine embossing powder. I also stamped the large hello sentiment from that same stamp set in Versamark ink onto thick white cardstock and embossed it with WOW Gold Metallic Sparkle embossing powder. I used the Coordinating Confetti Cuts to die cut those pieces and I also die cut that hello die 6 more times from thick white cardstock.

To put this card together I stacked the hello die cuts together in two separate groups. I added two extra layers behind the gold embossed one and then in a separate group I stacked the other four die cuts together with liquid adhesive. I arrange the floral bunch on my card the way I want it NOT adhering it down yet, and glue the gold embossed stack of hellos on the front of it. On the back of the vellum, right behind the other hello sentiment, I glue the other stacked hello. This will add dimension to the vellum and it will be hidden behind our large sentiment. I just add glue to the hello dies on the back and glue that on my card and that's it!

If you'd like to see how I made this card plus a fun matching envelope, please watch the video below! Thank you so much for visiting!