Saturday Stamp Day – Hello (Elephant Tuck Card)

Hey everyone! In today’s Saturday Stamp Day video I am showing you how to make an easy elephant tuck card using the new Bubble Talk stamp and die cut set from WPlus9 along with Pretty Pink Posh sequins.


After watching Julie Ebersole’s video on how to create a card with a fold and tuck closure, I was hooked! I followed her guidelines on the measurements and places I needed to score this project. I started out with a piece of white card stock that measures 4.25″ inch x 11 inch. Next, I scored it at 3.5″ inch and 8 1/8″ inch. Then, using the pencil mark, I placed the elephant die from the Bubble Talk die cut set from WPlus9. After lining it up with the plate from my Big Shot, I die cut the elephant and stamped him using the coordinating stamp set.


I was so happy with the way the elephant turned out! Normally, I use pastel colors but today I decided to go for a more “spacey” theme. I adhered a piece of patterned paper from the Serendipity collection from Dear Lizzy and I stamped and embossed a speech bubble using the Bubble Talk stamp set from WPlus9 again. The lovely embossing powder I used is from WOW and I absolutely love that metallic look! Finally, I finished off the whole card using Pretty Pink Posh sequins and a strip of glitter paper.


(Multiple shops are linked.Β Click HS for Hallmark Scrapbook, EH for Ellen Hutson, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh, SCR forΒ Scrobby, SSS for Simon Says Stamp.)


  1. That is just adorable! I love the little elephant looking at the night sky – you’re so clever.

  2. Awesome card Laura!! I am definately going to give this a try this weekend!!! I think my niece would love a card like this!!!! {{{Hugs}}}

  3. This is soo cute! This stamp set is adorable, it’s definitely on my wishlist:) I think it’s so cute how the lil elephant is partially cut and love how you folded the card too. It’s really neat and clever!!!

  4. Applause, applause….such a sweet little card. Great design, executed perfectlly.

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