Monday 18 January 2021

Soar Confidently - Vintage Masculine Card - Video Tutorial

Today's card is another CASE from the January to June Mini Catalogue. You can find the original card on page 70.

I used the Soar Confidently stamp set to create it together with a couple of images from the Sailing Home set.

The background panel was created using a piece from the Sand & Sea Designer Series paper pack. I used a sponge dauber to add a little Misty Moonlight ink to the top of the panel, so it looked a little more like sky.

The Balloon image was stamped onto Crumb Cake card using Soft Suede ink and coloured using a Blender Pen and the Misty Moonlight and Bumblebee ink pads.

The clouds on the oridinal card were die cut using the Majestic Mountain dies. I haven't got them so hand drew some and cut them out.

Here is the Video ...


Note: If you use A4 as your standard sheet of card – follow the metric measurements (cms).

If you use 8½” x 11” as your standard sheet of card – follow the imperial measurements (inches).



Misty Moonlight card base                      ½ an A4 standard sheet of card

                                                                                                                       (US 8½”x 11”)   


Very Vanilla (Inside)                                     14.4cm x 10cm    (US 5¼” x 4”) 


Soft Suede                                                          11cm x 9.5cm       (US 4” x 3)

Sand & Sea DSP                                               11cm x 9.5cm       (US 4” x 3)


Very Vanilla (Sentiment)                             9.5cm x 2cm         (US 3” x ¾”)


Front Panel to be cut into horizontal strips (9.5cm/US 3) as follows:


4.7cm, 3.4cm, 2cm and 0.9cm        (US 1¾”, 1¼”, ¾”, ¼”)



You will need extra Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake card to complete the project.

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