In today’s post of Card Making Tips and Techniques we will be talking about Blender Pens. If you have these pens then you know how convenient and easy they are to use for creating a watercolor look. If you haven’t used them and are wondering how to watercolor simply, these pens are for you. I love… Read More »
It’s easy to create a birthday card with just a few shapes, some designer paper, and an awesome birthday card greeting. Here I combined a couple of the bold and graphic patterns included in the Sweet Taffy Designer Paper collection with a greeting from Let Your Hair Down. The vibrant colors and blend of jazzy… Read More »
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Using just one layer is an easy way to make clean and simple cards. I masked off the lower part with some Post-It notes and sponged on some green ink (Pistachio Pudding and Pear Pizzaz) and then added a subtle amount of Soft Sky blue for the sky before stamping the images in Wild Wasabi,… Read More »
It doesn’t have to take a lot of money to make beautiful DIY birthday cards. This handmade card idea cost less than 75 cents in consumable supplies to make, and that’s including sales tax at 9.5%. Awesome! I love the delicate look of the Lovely Lace Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I brayered some Marina Mist… Read More »
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I don’t know if this card making technique has an official name; I just call it scribbling. You can’t find an easier or quicker rubber stamp technique than scribbling… even doodling isn’t as fast. 🙂 PAPER CRAFT SUPPLIES Stamps: Feel Goods (w-129681/c-129684) Card Stock: Whisper White, 5-1/4″ x 4″ (100730); Pacific Point, 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″… Read More »
What are some benefits of joining my FREE list? Exclusive subscriber-only offers Exclusive subscriber-only contests Card making ideas Craft tutorials Rubber stamping tips Scrapbooking page ideas Optional free membership to the Stamp4Joy Birthday Club And much more! My newsletter will be going out next week. Sign up today!
My newsletter subscribers receive free craft tutorials every month! These tutorials are never featured on my blog, they’re exclusive to my subscribers! What are some other benefits of joining my FREE list? Exclusive offers only for subscribers Exclusive subscriber-only contests Rubber stamping tips Scrapbooking page ideas Optional free membership to the Stamp4Joy Birthday Club And… Read More »
There’s only a couple more days to sign up for next quarter’s Card Making Techniques Boutique at the special early bird price… on Monday the prices go up. Here’s one of our projects for April. It features one of the gorgeous patterns from the This and That Epic Day Designer Paper collection. This new set… Read More »
Don’t you love to receive thinking of you cards in the mail? Well, guess what? Your friends and family love it, too! It’s so nice to be reminded how important and special we are, and receiving a homemade card for no apparent reason at all does just that. I used one of the patterns from… Read More »
Dig into your scraps and you’ll find yourself making friendship greeting cards in a snap, with a minimum amount of paper craft supplies! This simple card uses half of an 8-1/2 x 11″ piece of card stock folded in half, and then some fairly small pieces of designer paper mounted on a base of black… Read More »
Creating baby shower invitations couldn’t be easier! Ink up the “negative” space on an embossing folder to create an interesting design. Here I used the Argyle Folder. And they’ll delight in the feel of the texture of the embossing… they won’t be able to help themselves! (click on the image for a closer view) The… Read More »
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