How to Create Two Different Cards with the Same Set of Supplies | SugarPea Designs YouTube Feature

Hi crafty friends! I am back for another YouTube feature post on the SugarPea Designs YouTube channel and blog, and today I want to share with you how to create two cards with the same set of supplies. I thought it would be a fun experiment to see how different the cards would look if I played with the colors and the design - and I think that, although the cards share some similarities, they definitely do not look the same.

For both of them I used the SugarPea Designs Mugs and Kisses stamp set, the Sugar & Spice Patterned Paper Collection, the Card Front Element Builder dies, the Hear Journal Card dies, and the Zig-Zag Stitched Circles.

For card number one I started by stamping the image of the to-go coffee cup with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink on Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock. I stamped the image twice because I wanted a sweet couple on my card front. For the coloring I used Nuvo markers from the Marina Blues, Apricot Ombre and Pebble Beach sets. Once I was done coloring, I die cut the images with the coordinating dies.

I then selected three different designs from the Sugar & Spice Patterned Paper Collection, with colors that matched the ones of my images. I used dies from the Card Front Element Builder, the Heart Journal Card, and the Zig-Zag Stitched Circles set to die cut each of them.

For the sentiment I did some heat embossing with black embossing powder on some vellum, and then I adhered all the elements to a top folding A2 card base.

For card number two I repeated the same basic steps, but changed things a little.
I used the mug from the same Mugs and Kisses stamp set I had used on my first card, stamped it twice with Memento Tuxedo Black in on Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock, and colored it with Nuvo markers. This time I used the Aquamarine, Rosy Pinks and Pebble Beach sets, and changed the palette from blues and oranges to teals and pinks.

I again chose three different papers from the Sugar & Spice Patterned Paper Collection that matched the colors I had used for my images, and die cut them with the same three dies I had used before.
I then embossed a different sentiment with black embossing powder on a strip of vellum.

In order to mix things up a little, I switched the placement of my die cut panels on the card front, and adhered everything on a top-folding A2 card base.

And these are my cards for today! I had a lot of fun trying to come up with different cards starting from the same supplies, and I think this is a nice solution for when you need multiple cards in a short amount of time, but you still want each of them to be a unique piece.

If you'd like to check out the card making process in more detail, you can watch the video below. And make sure to subscribe to my channel for more inspiration!

And that's it for today! I really hope you liked the cards and enjoyed the video! Thank you all so much for stopping by, and have a great day!

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