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DIY Congrats Cardstock Stripes Card

DIY Congrats Cardstock Stripes Card

Nothing says “Congrats!” more than a sweet homemade card. This card was inspired by the gorgeous bright colors of the Pop-Tone Collection. With a simple die and an array of cardstock, you can create this and many more!

To get started you will need the following supplies:

  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
    • Sweet Tooth, Orange Fizz, Bubblegum, Banana Split, Grape Jelly, and Razzle Berry.
  • Winnie and Walter Congrats Die and Confetti Die
  • Nuvo drops in Clear Glitter
  • Pretty Pink Posh White Jewels
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Adhesive

DIY Congrats Cardstock Stripes Card

    1. To start the card, I trimmed a piece of 
  1. Sweet Tooth cardstock to serve as my card base.
  2. Trimmed Orange FizzBubblegumBanana SplitGrape Jelly, and Razzle Berry, in strips measuring .25 inch
  3. Starting at the center of the card base, place the strips with liquid adhesive. (We recommend the Zig Glue Pen)
  4. Run the Winnie & Walter dies through the die cutting machine with Sweet Tooth.
  5. Adhere the Congrats and confetti with foam adhesive
  6. Finish up by adding drops of Nuvo Clear Glitter and topping off with Pretty Pink Posh Jewels.

DIY Congrats Cardstock Stripes Card

DIY Congrats Cardstock Stripes Card


I, of course, can show you better than I can tell you.

This is an easy way of mass producing cards if you want to create a set! We'd love to see! Be sure to show us on Facebook or Instagram.

Happy Crafting!

-Crystal (Crystal Thompson Design)

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Hi Arnell! Yes, you can absolutely make this with your Cricut! You can cut the strips by hand and then search the Cricut Design Store for a sentiment that you like and cut it out. There are also many cut files in the Cricut Design Store for confetti shapes. :-) Happy crafting!

Design Team

I don’t have any die cut things. I do have a cricut. Is there a way to make this with my cricut? A pattern?

Arnell VerHoef

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