How to Make 3×3 Cards with Paper Saving Tips

How to Make 3×3 Cards with Paper Saving Tips

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
Tips for Cutting Paper on an Angle

Tips for Cutting Paper on an Angle

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
Card Making for Beginners

Card Making for Beginners

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
Easy Snowflake Christmas Card Idea

Easy Snowflake Christmas Card Idea

As I write this, we are coming to the end of summer weather here and while I’m happy to embrace the crisp cool weather and beautifully colored leaves that fall brings, I am in no way ready for snow or winter. I love living in Wisconsin but I was born to be a...read more
3 Ways to Step Up Your Handmade Cards

3 Ways to Step Up Your Handmade Cards

When I first started making cards, my cards were incredibly basic. Like one layer of card stock folded in half basic. But as I made more and more cards, I figured out how to add layers and embellishments and make my cards a little bit more impressive. I rarely spend...read more
Tips for Lining Up Paper

Tips for Lining Up Paper

How do you line up your paper pieces so nicely when you make a card? That’s a question I frequently get asked, so today I’ve got some tips for lining up your layers of paper, along with a few card ideas to inspire you! Paper Sizes: Just Jade card base:...read more