Hi! Amanda here! Today I’m going to show you how to make a Hello Kitty card like this one. Take a piece of cardstock and cut it 1cm (0,39″) smaller than your card base. In my case that’s 10 by 12,5cm (3,9″ by 4,9″) Take a patterned paper that combines with your cardstock and cut it slightly smaller than the piece we just cut I couldn’t find a Hello Kitty stamp, so I printed an image that I liked and sticked the paper to cardstock. This way the image will be thicker. I changed my mind about the patterned paper position cause I thought such a busy background was competing too much with my image. I’m coloring with alcohol markers. They blend beautifully and don’t leave stripe marks on your projects. I love them! 🙂 I’m using foam squares to give dimension to the card I’ll give a crystal effect to the camera and the little heart with Glossy Accents. Looks milky but it dries completely transparent. Now you can glue it to your card base. As you can see, we’ve got a nice white border! To finish my card I’m adding a bit of interest to the strawberries with Wink of Stella glitter pen. That’s it! I hope you enjoyed! If you liked the video don’t forget to give it a thumbs up and feel free to make any questions in the comments below. Thanks a lot for watching! Bye!