Friday, April 30, 2021

Grogu 'Baby Yoda' Mini Card

Hello! My son asked me to created a card for his friend who loves Baby Yoda. Thanks to this this free cut file at free svg planet, I was able to put together this instant card request.

I edited the image on Cricut Design Space, creating a layered cut file. It would have worked if I used a lightweight cardstock. The dainty layered cut did not go through the thick cardstock. Since I am pressured for time, I edited the image and made it to a print and cut file.

For the sentiment, which comes with the free cut file, I edited this to have the CDS draw it instead of cutting it. I used a Ranger Embossing pen to write the sentiment on black cardstock. I prep the area with an anti-static tool before the sentiment is drawn on a black cardstock. I embossed this with white embossing powder.

For the mini card, I am using a die from Trinity Stamps Frame And Fold Die Set. I die cut a white cardstock using this die. The size of this card when folded is 3" x 4". 

I blended Tim Holtz Distress Black Soot Ink to create a spotlight. I used the My Favorite Things Spotlight Stencil as a guide where to apply the ink. I added Ranger Perfect Pearls in Perfect Pearl to the inked area for shimmer. I brushed off the excess powder. I spritz some water to the air and fanned the card towards this spritz water to help set the powder. I added splatters of gold paint to this area.

I adhered the sentiment to the bottom of the front panel. I adhered the printed image with foam adhesive. I added Blank Zig Wink of Stella Glitter pen to the open areas of the sentiment. 

Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a blessed, brilliant and creative day!

Maria Giselle B.

I am sharing this creation at 



  1. Haha adorable! Love it!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's and good luck with your entry! :)
    ~ DT Saphron
    Lemon Biscuit

  2. Oh my goodness! I love him so much! Good luck and thank you for playing along with us over at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge. Tania DT member.

  3. Really cute! Thanks for joining us at Creative Fingers.
    DT Mari, my blog Ittetehty