Hi, it’s Mona here, and today I have a sweet inspiration for you. I am going to use the Sweet Stuff Stamp n Stencil set with Glitz Glitter Gel and Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco.

Valentine Donut Card with Rina K. Designs

Check out the step by step instructions below for this project, you can find the used supplies below the post.

I started the cardmaking with Die-cutting. I created a girly window with the Lawn Fawn Scalloped Frame Dies by running it through the Die-cut machine with Bubblegum Premium Cardstock. I made a smaller tag with Gina K. Designs dies as well.

StampnStecil Sweet Stuff

Next, I stamped solid donut images with light brown ink to Neenah Solar White Cardstock and run the images through the Die-cut machine with coordinating dies.

When it was done, I applied the Blanco Deco Foil Transfer Gel through the coordinating stencil to the donut die-cuts and let them dry. I repeated the same process but this time with the Iridescent Glitz Glitter Gel. After this process, I cleaned all my used supplies and let the die-cuts dry.

Once they were dry, I applied Poppin’ Pink Neon Enamels to some “Blanco” Donuts, and run them through my laminator in parchment paper.

Donut Box

Next, I created a yellow card base from Wild Dandelion Premium Cardstock and continued with the clear top of my “donut box”. I ran the Polka Dots Toner Sheets through my laminator with Gold Deco Foil Toner Sheets.

When it was done, I cut the Clear Toner Sheet to the right size and adhered to the back of the pink die-cut frame with Tape Runner XL adhesive.

Next, I adhered iCraft 3D Foam Strips inside my card, opened the parchment paper from the back and put a Satin Ribbon to the sticky sides like it is shown on the picture.

In the end, I removed all the parchments from the 3D adhesives, put on it the yellow card base and it was ready.


Thank you so much for reading through my post. Do you have a favorite kind of donuts? Let me know in a comment. Thank you for stopping by. Hugs, Mona.


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