Hi everyone, Tammy here today with a fun 4th of July greeting card tutorial featuring Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting stamps. If you are going to a party for the 4th, this would be a great card to include with a hostess gift or you can even use it as a invitation for a 4th of July party. The Faux Quilting stamps on the cardstock gave the card so much additional interest, I really love how it turned out.
Supplies I used:
- Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting Stamps
- Ann Butler Designs Backgroud Basics Stitch Stamps
- Ann Butler Designs Crafter’s Inks
- Silhouette machine
- Silhouette cutting file for card
- Glue Dots® Adhesive
Download cutting file and use a Silhouette machine to cut out the cardstock pieces.
Stamp the cardstock pieces with Ann Butler Designs Faux Quilting stamps, Ann Butler Designs Background Basics Stitch stamps and Ann Butler Designs Crafter’s Inks
Assemble card with Glue Dots adhesive as per the directions included with the cutting file.
I really love how this greeting card turned out, and it even folds flat for mailing! I know the card will be a big hit with the friend I am giving it to for 4th of July 🙂