Quick and Easy Mushroom Card

This easy Mushroom Card goes together quickly thanks to the use of the the Snail Mail patterned paper by Stampin’ Up! You won’t believe how easy this card goes together!

Snail Mail with patterned paper

I love it when a card goes together quick and this one does thanks to cutting designs out of the Snail Mail Designer Series Paper. The only thing stamped on this card is the snail and the sentiment but the use of the paper Mushrooms adds so much depth and color!

You can see other cards I’ve made using this same stamp set and patterned paper here. Now on to how this card was made:

Supplies Used On This Project

Card Measurements

  • Basic White Cardstock: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″
  • Soft Sea Foam Cardstock: 4″ x 5-1/4″
  • Snail Mail Designer Paper: Scrap (approx 3″ x 6″) to cut out mushrooms

Project Instructions

  1. Cut a piece of Basic White Cardstock to 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, score at 4-1/4” and fold at score line to
    create your base card.
  2. Cut a piece of 4” x 5-1/4” Soft Sea Foam cardstock and stamp the large snail onto the bottom
    center using Black Memento ink. Color in the snail body using the Dark Soft Sea Blend, the Light &
    Dark Shaded Spruce Blends for the “shell”, and the Light Daffodil Delight Blend for the package.
  3. Using the Snail Mail Designer Paper, cut out 2 Large Mushrooms, and several small mushrooms
    from the Designer Paper using your Paper Snips. Arrange them around the snail and adhere them
    using Liquid Adhesive. Add Wink of Stella to the mushroom caps to create some sparkle.
  4. Stamp the sentiment in the upper right corner using Black Memento ink. Tie about 12” of the
    White Ribbon around the card and tie into a bow. Adhere the Soft Sea Foam mat to the base card
    to finish.
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Easy mushroom card using patterned paper

Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out this papercrafting tutorial.   I hope you are inspired to create and send cards.  I love sharing how to make cards here on the BZBStamper blog and I can’t thank you enough for all of your support!

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