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This is gonna be a LOT OF CARDS! As Many As and a giveaway

Posted by TAMATHA LUEHRS on

 

 

100 cards!!!!  YES  I said 100 cards!!! Maymay has done it again! She shows us how to take a 12x12 paper collection, some pattern paper and 4 fancy fold card ideas and creates enough cards for the entire year!  Plus a giveaway!!!! Stay tuned for Part 2 for more information!! 

So grab a drink and gather up those supplies and let's create!!! 

As Many As I Can Card Playlist: https://bit.ly/3i7r6E5

~~Products Featured~~

Paper: 

Echo Park Salutations No.2 12x12 Collection

Sizzex Surfacez Botanicals Cardstock https://bit.ly/35z7u9f

Pattern Paper Section https://bit.ly/3hzBCnP we used this for some of the the mats

Paper Accents Cardstock https://bit.ly/3jjVOeQ we used this for all the card bases

Stamp Sets:

From All of Us    https://bit.ly/371PVyH

Happy Thoughts     https://bit.ly/3IWbija

More All Occasions   https://bit.ly/3sQPU9q

Relic  https://bit.ly/3pRhwcv

Let's Scoot  https://bit.ly/3ITI4Bf

Chin Up https://bit.ly/3HVzUae

General Supplies: 

Art Glitter Glue https://bit.ly/3jb9WpP

Cricut 13” Trimmer https://bit.ly/3sXk1fN

Dress My Craft Mini Trimmer https://bit.ly/3pNkFdx

Dress My Craft Ergo Bone Folder  https://bit.ly/3d3D3bA

EK Embossing Stylus https://bit.ly/3qZy6q2

Fiskars Stamp Blocks https://bit.ly/3cEorya

Scotch Double-Sided Foam Tape  https://bit.ly/3HORD3F

Tonic Scissors https://bit.ly/35ZOHAu

Versafine Onyx Black Ink https://bit.ly/3Ctk6K6

WRMK Scoreboard  https://bit.ly/3x4TOMb

 

Measurements for Cards

Double Opening Card

This card uses (24) 3" x 4" cut-a-parts... here is the recipe: 

(24) card bases that are  4 1/4" x 8 1/4"  scored at 5 1/2"  the finished card base is an A2 

(24) mat pieces cut to 2 1/2" x 4"

(24) folded focal mats cut to 8 1/2" x 3 1/4" scored at 4 1/4"

(24) white mats for the inside 

We had the following card types:

6 thank you

2 hello

2 healing thoughts

2 beautiful day

2 birthday

4 better together

2 new adventures

4 blank 

 

Tall Easel Card

This card uses 4" x 4" cut-a-parts- we trim all 40 of them down 1/4" on all sides to be 3 3/4" x 3 3/4"( see the video for why)... here is the recipe: 

(40) card bases, we started with a piece of white card stock measuring 8 1/2" x 11" and score at 5 1/2" and 8 1/4" on the 11" side. Then cut in half at 4 1/4"  for an A2 card base

(40) top easel mat pieces cut to 2 1/2" x 4 "

(40) middle easel mat piece cut to 2 1/2" x 4"

(40) base mat pieces cut to 4" x 5"

(40) sentiment strip pieces cut to 1 1/2" x 3"

(40) sentiment strip mat pieces cut to 1 3/4" x 3 1/4"

(40) cut-a-part mat pieces cut to 3 7/8" x 37/8" 

 

—I use affiliate links when possible, using these links to purchase awards me a small commission. Items used in this video are all purchased by me, if and when an items is sent to me I will denote that by using ** next to the item. 

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STAY TUNED FOR PART 2!!!! 

 

 


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3 comments

  • I love watching your videos. I’ve recently moved to another state, and all my papercraft supplies are in storage back “home” for now. This would be easy to do with just a free supplies that I can pick up now.

    Tonya Simmons on
  • I’m watching the you-tube now and now I just want to spend my weekend making these cards! LOL! Thank you SO MUCH to MayMay and the WHOLE “Made-It Team”!!!

    Jen on
  • I am a new card maker and just stumbled upon your videos on YouTube and just had to subscribe. I love your thought process , creativity, and teaching style. It is like I am seeing cardmaking from a new and clearer lens. I am challenging myself this year to make more cards, use up paper packs/pads, and create more. Thank you for sharing your gifts, and knowledge with the world. I am so happy I found your channel and blog. I am praying that God blesses you and yours abundantly in all things. Amen and shalom!

    Ella on

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