Looking for a quick and easy way to use your patterned papers to make a bunch of cards? In this video, I’m going to show you how you can make 14 cards from 1 sheet of 12×12 patterned paper! You can make 14 of the SAME card or you can create 14 different cards,...read more
Have you ever wondered how to add vellum to your handmade cards? Vellum can be tricky to work with because glue can make it warp and tape can show through. Floral Patterned Paper: 3”x 4” Basic Black mat: 3-1/4” x 4-1/4” Vellum: 4” x 5-1/4” and banner cut with Stylish...read more
Want to give your patterned paper a new look? When I first learned the Faux Silk technique years ago, we stamped our images directly onto tissue paper, crumpled it up, and then glued it onto white card stock. The results were actually quite striking so you may want to...read more
Sometimes it’s hard to cut into a piece of pretty paper like Rainbow Glimmer Paper because you don’t want to waste it and you’re not quite sure how to use it. Here are 5 Card Ideas with Rainbow Glimmer Paper: These five cards were made with just one...read more
Pumpkins are popping up all over town in a variety of fun colors! Of course, you’ve got your traditional orange pumpkins, along with white pumpkins, then pumpkins that are decorated in all sorts of colors and patterns. Here are two ideas for adding pumpkins to...read more
Just sending a little birdie to say thank you… Whisper White card base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ Mossy Meadow: 4″ x 5-1/4″ Leaves paper: 3-3/4″ x 5″ There are 3 things I love about this card. The pretty...read more
Hi I’m Jessica Taylor, your card making mentor! I love the instant gratification and sense of accomplishment I get when creating a card. It’s also a great way to brighten someone else’s day. Who doesn’t love to find a handmade card in their mailbox? Whether you’re just getting started making your own cards or you’ve been making them for years, I’m here to help and encourage you to make and send more cards.
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