Handlettered Cards -Valentine’s Day Special

Hello everyone,
I am Disha from the_crazy_craft_lover, with my 1st DT project. I will be sharing some quick, handmade, hand lettered cards for this Valentine’s Day, which also happens to be the theme for our Monthly Challenge. Take a look below for the details:

monthly challenge

Nothing speaks love better than Handmade cards and gifts. So, today I will be sharing my take on 3 cards using Craftangles Liquid watercolours .

Here is the 1st card using some washi tape and liquid watercolours. I have used Craftangles Classic Smooth white cardstock for my card base and the patterned paper from All for Love Paperpack . The colour blending has been done on Craftangles Cold Press Watercolour paper .

Handlettered Cards -Valentine's Day Special 1

For the 2nd card, I wanted to try out some letter blending. I have used Craftangles Midnight Black Cardstock and patterned paper from Papa Kehte Hain Paperpack .Here is how the card looks:

Handlettered Cards -Valentine's Day Special 2

For my last Valentine’s Day card, I have used the Craftangles Sap Green Cardstock as my card base. I have painted a half wreath with Liquid Watercolours on Craftangles Cold Press Watercolour paper.

Handlettered Cards -Valentine's Day Special 3

All the cards Together:


Below is the detailed video tutorial for all the 3 cards.

Supplies for this project:

Craftangles Liquid Watercolours
Craftangles Watercolour Paper
Craftangles Cardstock
All for Love Pattern paper
Papa Kehte Hain paperpack
Fineliners or Markers
Wendy Vecchi Make Art Station
Double Sided Foam tape
Paper Twine
Square Dies
Rectangle Dies
Tape Runner

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I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
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Disha Lohiya

While she loves doing brush calliraphy, she actually started her creative journey with crochet and quilling. Other than Brush Calligraphy, she has learnt and practices traditional scripts like Copperplate and Spencerian script.

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