Category Archives: Cardmaking

Celebrate Graduation Card Using a Die to Create the Layers

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Peg Rounds

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Celebrate Graduation Card Using a Die to Create the Layers

Celebrate the graduation season with this fun layered balloon card.  Create in the colors of the school or to match the party.   The layers are easily done using one of your favorite dies and gives this card its dimension.

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You Did It! Graduation Card

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Peg Rounds

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You Did It Graduation Card

Is there a young man that you know that is graduating?  Are you in need of a card for him?  This fun card is just what you may be looking for to give to him and it’s easy to make so if you need more than one you can do it in no time.

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Ask the Experts: Card Making Tips & More

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Peg Rounds

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Martha Stewart Tools Scoring Board

Q: The edges of my cards don’t line up?  Am I cutting the paper incorrectly?

A:  If you are using a scoring board, the score line takes up a little bit of room on one side of the card. The small difference in length makes the card easier to open. If you want even edges, though, you can simply trim the edge with a paper trimmer or butt the card against the top left corner of the scoring board as you fold to keep the edges lined up.

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End of the School Year Slider Pocket Card

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Peg Rounds

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End of the School Year Slider Pocket Card

May is the month for Teacher Appreciation.  It is, also, the last few days of school for many before summer vacation begins. Why not give your students a special star at the end of the year with this fun slider pocket card?
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Birthday Card Using the Ink Block Background Technique

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Peg Rounds

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Birthday Card Using the Ink Block Background Technique

Would you ever like to use a patterned paper for a focal point, but don’t know what to do about the background?  The ink block background technique is the perfect way to get a simple look to go behind your patterned papers.  This gift design with the inked patterned behind it is great to use for a card for a young person, too.

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Flowers for Mom Card Using the Painters Tape Technique

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Peg Rounds

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Flowers for Mom Card Using the Painters Tape Technique

Mother’s Day is quickly approaching so now is the time to create those special card for the mom you love.  Create a fun background for this card or any card using the painter’s tape technique.  It’s easy to do and the results are awesome!

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Precious Memories Drape Fold Card

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Peg Rounds

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Precious Memories Drape Fold Card

Create this beautiful drape fold card for your mom this Mother’s Day.  The folds of a gorgeous sheet of patterned paper is what makes this card and technique truly amazing.  The beauty of folded and draped material can be used on paper, too, with this easy technique.

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