Let’s Have Another Margarita!

Simon Says Stamp | Celebrate Release

Hi there!

I’m popping in quick today to share another margarita card.  This time, with an easy, clean & simple design.  

To make this card:

  1. Die cut the margarita glass from white cardstock.
  2. Stamp any margarita “accessories” from the “Taco ‘bout It” stamp set (I used the limes).
  3. Color your stamped images and the margarita in the glass.  I used Copic Marker (YG00, YG01, and YG13).
  4. Die cut the “Cheers” sentiment and shadow.
  5. Cut out a sentiment strip from the “Let’s Party” sentiments sheets.
  6. Use the A2 masking stencil to ink-blend a rectangle on your card front.  I used Pawsitively Saturated ink in Marine and blended a little darker at the bottom.
  7. Assemble your margarita glass and attach it to the card front:  Use small pieces of foam adhesive or multiple layers of the die cut to add dimension to the glass.  
  8. Use liquid glue to add your limes.
  9. Add some clear crystal gems or glitter to the rim of the margarita glass to imitate salt.
  10. Adhere your sentiments using foam adhesive.
  11. Add a few more crystal gems for some sparkle!

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Have a wonderfully creative day, everyone!



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1 Comment

  1. Bo Gilmore

    I really like this version with the “salt” on the rim.


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