Maymay Made It — Card matting
Posted by Donna Clerkin-James on
This card is really fun to make, I've used the following items..... Set of Nesting dies ( any style you like but they must be nesting) Your chosen card stock and paper 'Pokey tool' 2 brads (small works better) and items you'd like to use to decorate ( remember to not add dimension to the bottom 2 layers or your card won't sit well) Art glitter glue. small piece of ribbon. You need to cut out your three bases then using the next size down dies cut out your patterned paper mats. Attach the mats to the largest two bases....
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Posted by Georgia Carl on
I love both magic color slider cards and shaker cards, so I wanted to bring the two together for one awesome card. This fall inspired card uses Maymay’s “Memory Lane” Stamp set and Melody Lane Designs Holly Digital paper. I also used Brutus Monroe Masking Paper. This would make a great fall birthday card for the man in your life. The card basics to cut are listed below. You can see how to make this card in my youtube video. However, while putting this one together, there were some mistakes. I decided to leave them in, both to show we...
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Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on
Tamatha: Hey guys Maymay has started a new series to help answer all those card making questions. Today is the first video in the series. So grab a cuppa cuppa and enjoy! Maymay : I love card making and teaching others to make cards. In this "series" I will discuss card making and hopefully answer lots of your questions.Today we discuss A2 card bases and borders. I find that once you understand how to create a base for your card you can go anywhere with that. For A2 cards, cutting a 8 1/2 x 11 piece of card stock in...
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