How to Add Texture to Your Cards Using Flock + Video!

Do you like to add texture to your cards? Today I share 2 projects which add Decofoil Flock Transfer Sheets the easy way!

You can find this card over at the Ellen Hutson Blog HERE along with much more inspiration from the team!

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Both my cards feature the cute Clever Sausage Stamp Set.

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube.


I hope you are inspired to add some texture! Hugs

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Other Supplies: Copics – 0 / YG03 / E31,50 / B01 / V15 / Y17.

23 thoughts on “How to Add Texture to Your Cards Using Flock + Video!

  1. So great to see flock back out on the market again, and this time on sheets! It’s also great to see that you can stamp directly on it. I love your soft grass and clouds with your wonderful balloon scene, and of course that dog is adorable!

  2. Such cute cards, Therese! I don’t have this cute dachshund stamp set or flocking paper ….. but do have other doggie stamps that would be great for a similar card. I like that it is CAS and quick to make, when necessary!

    1. You could use so many different images in this scene style and I think design paper clouds and grass would look great too! Thanks so much for your lovely visit here today Cheri!

  3. Love your fun cards, really cute. I have the old fashioned flock in jars. Haven’t seen it in sheet form before. Amazing that you are able to stamp on it too. Makes it a very versatile product. Once again thank you for the great video. Always so informative…and fun too❤️

    1. I had some of the ‘jar’ style flock and it wasn’t always my friend, this is much easier to use and you are right to be able to stamp on it takes it to a whole other level!

  4. So nice to see this card today.
    I love how you remind to full back in love with tried and true materials. That dog is so unbelievably sweet with his cuddly on. These cards brought a smile to my face.

  5. How cute! What a great product. I too have a jar of flocking that I struggle with! Wondering if the texture is similar to felt? I have a little stash of felt and always have small bits suitable for cardmaking left from my toy making.

    1. It feels similar to the the jar flocking or even like short velvet, but different to felt. does that make any sense lol. But you could certainly try the felt, that would be amazing!

  6. OH, I loved the look of flocking but got discouraged by the (my) mess. Your cards are beyond adorable, Therese 🙂

  7. Well, isn’t he a dashing dachshund in his stripey coat, Therese … such a cute scene! Just imagining fingering the flock … hmmm soft and yummy! Doesn’t it make an adorable cosy coat for your first CAS pup … especially with the stamped detailing! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  8. What a beautiful, bright card-and so cute!! I think that’s a world we’d rather be in nowadays. Your teaching style is great and you have a wonderful, soothing voice! Thank you for sharing.

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