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Bookmark Card

Posted by Stacy Williams on

Bookmark Card

Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You! Today I want to share a fun card that includes a separate bookmark.  The  bookmark sits in a pocket behind the front layer of the card. Here is the bookmark: I love that we have two things here without destroying anything. Often times, when we create something, the person we give it to has to destroy it to open it up or to see what is on the inside, not this time! They can enjoy the card and the bookmark. Here is what I used: Cardstock Cardstock base: 8.5 x 5.5 (score at 4.25)...

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Easel Gift Card

Posted by Stacy Williams on

Easel Gift Card

Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You! Today I want to share a fun card that also doubles as a gift card holder.  Here is the inside where the gift card would go: I really love everything about this card from the paper to the greeting. This would be a great thank you card to give to a friend along with a coffee shop gift card. Here are the supplies I used: Cardstock Gray cardstock: 4.25 x 11 (score at 2 1/8 and 5.5) Gray cardstock: 4 x 5.25, two at 1.5 x 4 (plus small scrap) White cardstock: 1.25 x...

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How To Start Card Making Series {A2 Bases and Layers}

Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on

How To Start Card Making Series {A2 Bases and Layers}

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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