VIDEO: Etch-a-Sketch Birthday Card

Stampin Up Etch a Sketch cardToday’s video features this freaking adorable “Etch-a-Sketch” card. Do you remember the Etch a Sketch toy?? Do these even still still exist now that everyone has iPads and Tablets? This is “old school” fun.

This card was created by my friend Betsy Nagel (original by Michelle Suit). It uses the Stampin’ Up! Sketched Birthday stamp set. Get it? Etch-a-Sketched Birthday?

The technique used to make the red frame can also be used to make Photo Cards! Perfect for the holidays.

 

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Featuring all supplies & measurements for this card pdf
CORRECTION: The Real Red Layer is 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ (not 5-1/4″ x 4″)

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Comments

  1. it is so cute. I want to try this.

  2. I agree, this card is “stinking cute”. Brings back a lot of childhood memories and I know the friends I send this too will feel the same way. Thanks to your friend, the creator, and to you for sharing. Can’t wait to try this one.

  3. Linda Virts says:

    Tami, Love your cards. Wish I had found you sooner. I made your Etch-a-Sketch card. My 12 yr. old granddaughter was watching me and she said It would look more like the real thing if you put the clear plastic on it. So I used the acetate and put it behind the red front and then put the rest together. It looks really like the real thing. Thanks to my Cheyenne and your idea. Thanks. Linda