Looking for a fun way to give a gift card? This quick and easy fun fold card has a gift card holder pocket inside! Paper Sizes: Pretty Peacock base: 4-1/4” x 5-1/2” Patterned Paper: 4” x 5-1/4” (from A Walk in the Forest designer series paper) Pretty Peacock for fun...read more
Poinsettia Paper: 3-3/4” x 5” Cherry Cobbler: 3-7/8” x 5-1/8” Shaded Spruce card base: 4-1/4” x 11” scored at 2-1/4” and 5-1/2” Everyone loves to get a gift card! Basic White: 3-3/4” x 5” Poinsettia Paper: 3/4″ x 5″ In this video, I’m going to show...read more
What do graduates want the most? Cash money. So here’s how to make an easy slimline graduation money card. This card is super simple and basic because let’s be honest, most graduates will only care about what’s on the inside. Of course, you can jazz it up and...read more
How to Make Gift Card Holders… Quick & Easy! Gift cards have become the universal gift idea but they can be a bit bland on their own. Spice them up with a quick & easy gift card holder made with card stock and pretty paper! Watch the video above to see...read more
When I first spied the Lots to Love Box Framelits in the new Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog I thought “What the heck are those and what do you do with them? So of course I had to order them so I could figure it out. The Answer? You can make SO MANY...read more
Here in Wisconsin school doesn’t start until September but I’ve been seeing Back to School sales since June! While I definitely don’t want to think about it that far in advance I did do some planning last week and it reminded me that I have a great...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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