I remade this card - one I made for my daughter years ago (click here for the original post) - for someone yesterday. I love it even more now that I corrected a multitude of sins from the original version.
My fav tip from this project is... when you punch the card edge before embossing the front, the pressure will cause the punched area to emboss the cardstock on the inside of the card. I accentuated that embossing by inking the hearts with Tsukineko Brushstix and Hero Arts Pink Neon ink (applicator through the punched areas) and outlined with Zig Millennium pen in pink.
I love the Quickie Glue pen's fine tip to help keep the tiny parts of her bow and her neck in place. Using 3 - 3D glue dots under the left side, I attached the Hello Kitty and her hat to the card front.
When the stamped image didn't come out as solid as I like, I used the Brushstix to fill in with Hero Arts Pink Neon ink.
I hope you liked this quick trip down memory lane and the new enhancements.
Challenge: Schools Out Challenge at Cuttlebug Mania