Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Making cards. Get inspired and try out new things.
Using a piece of scrapbook paper is a great way to make paper cards in minutes. It’s a paper craft that makes a great gift too.
Mavis Exum Edmundson saved to Hand Penned cards
Check out this Fancy Fold Card! If you love learning how to make 5 minute simple cards then this is for you. Simple card making but so cute!
Peggy Hubley saved to Connie Stewart-How To
How to make a 3D tunnel card that has a WOW effect and is decorated with fussy cut embellishments to create dimension
How to Cut Paper for Inside Cards | Ink it Up With Jessica | Card Making Ideas | Stamping Techniques
How to cut paper for the inside of your handmade cards. White inserts are great for dark color card bases.
Earlene Beaver saved to All Occasion Cards IV
Here are 3 card ideas to use up your leftover paper scraps. In this video I show you how to make each card along with some other helpful tips.
Shelly Horsfall Vaught saved to Stampin Up DSP
Creating floating elements for your cards couldn’t be easier! With just a few products and scraps from your card stock stash you’ll be creating floating elements for your cards in no time. Check out my YouTube tutorial below. See other examples of floating elements and ways to use the leftover pieces to these cards. More details to follow soon! Facebook
Angela.Evans saved to CARD TECHNICS
Make these Quick & Easy Fun Fold Cards for ANY Occasion! I made both a birthday card & an Easter card to get you started.
Patricia Rocheleau saved to Card Ideas
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Ruth Vaughn saved to Valentines
Challenge yourself and keep it simple using cardstock only for your cardmaking, it's fun. Also a great idea if you're a beginner crafter.
Glennis O'Connell saved to PAPER CUTTINGS
Let's talk cardstock basics + how to cut card base and layers and get all your questions answered! This is part 3 of my Card Making for Beginners series.
Leisa Q saved to Card Making