Hey, let me show you how to get a simple faux leather look on greeting cards today! This faux leather is SO easy to make, I promise. I have a fall card to share with you featuring the technique that is one of the simplest cards ever to make. As always, I have a simple version and a more stepped up version of these greeting cards to show you.
Who knew learning how to make a card with this type of technique could be oh, so fun!!
Simple Faux Leather Look: An Easy Card Making Idea You’ll Love! | Video
Need to know how to make greeting cards that are easy but add texture and fun? You’ll love how quick this simple faux leather look can be accomplished.
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What do you think?! Do you like the simple faux leather look? Which card is YOUR favorite? Let me know!
Let me share the SIMPLE version of the card. This is a great card if you have limited supplies.
Now let’s step it up a notch with the Gathered Leaves dies and the Tailored Tag punch.
Either of the cards would be perfect to to send… even the guys would like this card!
What do you think of the faux leather? I just used a small piece of the faux leather but you could do a full background too. The technique is really great on masculine cards.
- Mossy Meadow – 5 ½” x 8 ½”, score at 4 ¼”
- Come to Gather Designer Series Paper – 4″ x 5 ¼”
- Rich Razzleberry – 2″ x 5 ½”
- Very Vanilla – 1 ½” x 2 ¾” and 4″ x 5 ¼”
- Crushed Curry – 2 ¾” x 2 ¾”
- Spritzer filled with rubbing alcohol or water
- Cajun Craze Linen Thread – small bow
Let me share the supplies I used on my card today. If you’re ready to create the FAUX LEATHER Fall card, just click a pic to get started!
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QUOTE OF THE DAY – “It’s not the situation, but whether we react negative or respond positive to the situation that is important.” — Zig Ziglar
I hope you enjoyed the technique and the card today. I loved those colors! I really love Fall so making cards with colors like Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry, Rich Razzleberry, and Mossy Meadow make me SO happy.
Are you ready to give this technique a try? It’s so simple to do. What have you got to lose?