Patterned Paper Inspired Card Tutorial | Save the Crafty YouTuber video hop | Giveaway

Hi everyone! I am thrilled to announce that I am part of the Save the Crafty YouTuber video hop! This hop was initiated by Justine Hovey, and it's about cardmaking video tutorials created by a group of talented crafters of all different styles and levels.

We are coming together to give our viewers a chance to discover other amazing cardmakers. Today I am showing you how can you create this patterned paper inspired card with any cute critter stamp set.

There will be prizes to be won at each stop in the hop, plus you will get the opportunity to discover new crafty channels too.

I am giving away a 25 dollar gift certificate to one lucky winner to online store. All you need to do, watch my video tutorial, and tell in your comment what types of video tutorials you like more and why.

I am really excited for your answers. Thank you so much for helping me with your answer. Comments must be left under my video by April 5th and Prizes will be announced on April 10th on Justine’s channel and blog.


And now let's see how I made this cute and easy patterned paper inspired card design, with Lawn Fawn products. I hope you will like the video tutorial, if you want to win feel free to comment on my video. And if you hit the subscribe button I will be over the moon. :) 

Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed my video and Lawn Fawn inspiration. I hope I have inspired you. I wish you happy video hopping and good luck.


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  1. I love your card, Mona!! Your swans are beautiful, just like you! :)

  2. Loved your use of the markers dipped in a little water. The card is so simple, but very sweet.


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