Welcome to another Magic Maker project for Hobby Hoppers!
Today I have this adorable get well card to share with you, featuring Lawn Fawn’s Giant Sending Big Hugs Die, Germ-Free Bear Mini Stamp and Diagonal Stripes Die, all purchased from Hobby Hoppers!
Links to these fun products can be found here:
Diagonal Stripes Die:
Germ-Free Bear Mini Stamp:
Giant Sending Big Hugs Die:
Hearts and Stars Skinny Tag:
I was so excited to try out my diagonal stripes die. When I first saw these dies in the new release, I honestly didn’t know how much use I would get out of them. And then of course, I saw all of the amazing things that the Lawn Fawn design team and other crafters were making with them and I was SOLD!
I had such a hard time picking the three different sets and settled on the diagonal as I felt it was the perfect “middle” look.
One of the main things that appealed to me with this die is that it’s great for bulk background making! I used same Lawn Fawn spotted cardstock in all colours of the pack to get this look.
With a stack of cute backgrounds on my desk, it was then time to think about the first card theme to make with them.
With it being Winter here and my little family not catching a break from the germs and bugs that are going around, I was feeling very inspired to make a get well card!
I hadn’t had a chance to use my Giant Sending Big Hugs yet and was keen to incorporate it into this card.
I LOVE these Giant die sets. They take up a good amount of the background space, and with just a few small elements, card fronts look complete and “full”. All I needed to add to this one was a little tag with a sentiment (totally optional, I could have just wriggled the giant die cut down a bit, but I felt this sentiment added context) and a little bear with his hand sanitizer.
I love adding the illusion of dimension with these giant dies but simple adding the same die cut in black, slightly offset.
This card came together so quickly, and I still have a bunch of pre made backgrounds for future cards!
If you’d like to see the tutorial for my Hobby Hoppers Project, the video is below!