Ever wonder what card making tools you need if you want to start making your own greeting cards? Of course, the main things we think about are stamps, ink, and paper, but there are some additional tools that are necessary and/or make things easier. I’ve been making my...read more
Tired of ending up with crooked card bases? In this video, I’m going to show you how to cut and fold your card stock to get straighter card bases every time. Helpful Supplies: Paper Trimmer Bone Folder Grid Paper Silicone Craft Sheet It all starts with the...read more
Want to make every handmade card unique but just don’t have the time? In this video, I’m going to show you how you can make little changes to your cards so that you can make 6 different cards from 1 sheet of 12×12 patterned paper quickly! Start by cutting your...read more
Little cards with a finished size of 3″ x 3″ are perfect for giving with gifts, tucking into lunch bags, or leaving on a co-worker’s desk. Aren’t they cute!! They are also fun and easy to make because there is less “space” to fill...read more
So Saffron card base: 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” scored at 4-1/4″ Patterned Paper: 4″ x 5-1/4″ cut on the diagonal Circle size: 3” Tips for Cutting Paper on an Angle: Line up two opposite corners with the cutting groove of your paper cutter. Place your...read more
If you’re just getting started in card making, you may be confused by the vast options of card making supplies available. There are so many stamps and inks and papers and tools and embellishments. Where do you even begin? I always suggest you start with a kit. A...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.
The content of this website is the sole responsibility of Jessica Taylor as an Independent Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator. The use of and content of the classes, services, or products offered here is not endorsed by Stampin’ Up!®