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A.C Moore Alcohol Pen Card

Create this ‘Happy Birthday’ greetings card using Premiere by Nicole dual-tip marker pens.

  • Papercraft
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner

You will need:

  • 5x7 Card blank
  • Black cardstock (1 piece cut to 6 7/8‘’ x 4 7/8’’ and 1 piece 3’’ x 1’’)
  • White super smooth card (cut to 6 ¾’’ x 3 ¾’’)
  • Blue cardstock (cut to 6 ¾’’x 1 ½’’)
  • Stamp set
  • Black ink
  • Premiere by Nicole Dual Tip Design Markers
  • Gel pens
  • Sentiment stamp
  • Embossing ink and powder
  • Tape
  • Foam pads


  • 1

    Create a repeated stamping pattern onto your white super smooth cardstock. Stamp the main image onto the top centre of the card.

  • 2

    On the next row down, off set them so they stamp on and off the page.

  • 3

    On the next row, centre the full image again and repeat until the cardstock is full. Fill in the gaps with a smaller stamp.

  • 4

    Stamp a co-ordinating stamp onto the blue piece of cardstock. Repeating the same stamping process as above.

  • 5

    Colour in your stamped images using turquoise, fern and fossil dual-tip marker pens.

  • 6

    Use the sparkly silver gel pen to highlight the bicycle spokes, just to make it pop.

  • 7

    Stick the super smooth and the blue cardstock which onto the black cardstock, then stick this to the card front.

  • 8

    Take a strip of black card and stamp your sentiment onto it using embossing ink and white embossing powder, then heat set. If you want to create the flag tail effect, simply cut out a triangle shape to one of the ends.

  • 9

    Using foam pads, pop your sentiment to the front of the card, and there you have it, your own designer card!

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