Easy Christmas Card to make

Time has flown out this year, and I cannot believe we are heading into Christmas!! So with that in mind, I wanted to share with you an easy Christmas Card that you can make in no time, to help you get ready for the holidays!

This Card features the Trimming the Town Suite from Stampin’ Up! which it is super cute and it helps you make cards in a breeze.. 

But before we start, I want you to know that this post is part of a blog hop. This blog hop features the Trimming the Town suite, so you will get lots of ideas and inspiration from my fellow demonstrators participating on this hop. So make sure you hop with us today as you get ready to make your Christmas projects with this suite! I know you will fall in love with all the different project ideas!! 

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So without further ado, let’s get started! Shall we….

Easy Christmas Card to make 

Trimming the Town suiteMy card today features the suite of “Trimming the Town” from Stampin’ Up! which includes a designer series paper, a stamp set with a coordinated die set, as well as a Ribbon pack with both Old Olive and Real Red ribbons with a gold edge that looks very festive and an embellishment pack that has stars, and little dots that will surely decorate your cards really nice!

The designer series paper a.k.a. DSP or paper pack in this suite has images that can be die cut as well with the coordinating die set, which ultimately makes it super easy for you to put together cards.  You will see this on the card I show below..

This DSP also have have scenery designs, so you can create cards with premade scenes, where you would only need to add a sentiment, a bow and it would look perfect!

It also includes fun patterns that you can use to make any type of card, not just Christmas.  Plus there is one sheet that is all about sentiments in so many languages!!! so you can customize your cards with different languages, which comes very handy, since this stamp set does not have sentiment.

By now I am sure you see that this paper pack contains patterns that can be use for so many type of cards, so it is very versatile! 

And as far as the stamp set, please notice that the majority of the images on this set has a coordinating die, so no fussy cutting at all! Plus there are additional border dies that can make the cutest landscape with pines.. So you can make snow scenes if using white paper; though I am sure you can create different season landscapes if playing with different cardstock colors. 

Below is the card I created using this suite! 

Easy Christmas Card to make

 

Color Combination

As usual, I used the designer series paper as my inspiration. This is one of the ways I find myself selecting colors for my cards fast and usually they turn really good..

So if you struggle with color combos, I challenge you to select a paper pack and see the colors you like from the patterns. Then select a few of them to make a card. Let me know how it goes.. I’d love to hear from you.. 

Even better, if you have other ways to get color combos, share them with us in the comments.. we learn so much when we share with each other.. 

Card Details 

Easy Christmas Card

For my card I used the the houses and the little wreath from the designer series paper. And I made the snowy landscape with the dies. 

I cut both of the dies with Whisper White. The one with the pine trees and the one without them, that way I could have two layers in the landscape scene I created.

And for the pine trees, I decided to color them using the stampin’ blends. this was particularly easy as these borders were cut in Whisper White.  To embellish them a little bit more, I added Wink of stella to the top of the Pine trees. 

By the way, I could have used designer series paper for the background, since there is one sheet with a snowy sky pattern. However for my card I decided to go with cardstock (Misty Moonlight), and added the stars from the embellishment pack.  

Also, I added crystal effects to the bow on the wreath, as well as the top section of the green house’s door.  This always helps in highlighting some sections of your card and give some dimension. 

To finish the card, I added a bow around the top panel, and a sentiment from the designer series paper. And if you see closely, you can see I added a few snowflakes to the snow portion of this card. 

Below you will find the complete supply list for all the products used in this card. 

Want Additional Christmas Card Ideas 

If you are working on your Christmas cards, but are struggling with getting ideas, you can check out the Christmas Card Tutorials available on my Tutorial Store..  You can download them immediately once you purchase any of these classes. 

See below a few of the tutorials available!  

                      Christmas Card Class      Snowflake Wishes - Christmas Card Class # 3

                       Poinsettia Place Card Class      Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-go

Additionally if you are interested it getting card classes that includes the kits, make sure you sign up to my email list, that way you get notification of the classes of upcoming classes and the registration links.. 

Bog Hop Line-up!

Don’t forget to visit all other participating blogs from this Blog Hop! I know you will get lots of great ideas and a lot of inspiration!! 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Three tips to make Easy Fun Fold Cards

One of the questions I get a lot is how to make Easy Fun Fold Cards, so today I wanted to take some time to share with you some of my tips.. you will see that these three cards are easy to make and easy to change to incorporate any paper collection you have! 

So let’s get started! 

How to make Three Easy Fun Fold Cards 

When thinking of fun folds, we picture complex cards, and fear that these will be super hard to make. It can get a bit intimidating.. 

However, Fun Fold cards can be super easy and still have that “WOW” factor that we all love. Specially when we want to add a little bit of interaction in our cards, and make them even more special for the person opening one of these cards. 

On the cards I am showing you below, you will see that these all look as regular cards, but it is when you open them that you see that “WOW” factor.  So here are a few tips to consider when coming up with your own fun folds.

Easy Fun Folds to try

 

Tips when making Fun Folds:

Here are a few of my best tips when it comes to making fun fold cards in an easy way! 

1.- Think of alternative ways you can fold the card base

Whether you have an 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ or an 11″ x 4 1/4″ card base, you know that the card front should end up measuring 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.  So think of different combinations of folds that can result in this final measurement. 

A few examples of this could be:

  • Card base 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ – Regular fold is at 4 1/4″ 
    • Score at 2 1/8″ and at 6 3/8″ and you will get a gate fold card
  • Card base 11″ x 4 1/4″ – Regular fold is at 5 1/2″
    • Score at 3″ and at 8 1/2″ –  this is the type I made in card #1 (below)

Click here to see another example of Fun Fold on this post where you play with the measurements of the card base. 

Easy Fun Folds to try    Easy Fun Folds to try   Easy Fun Folds to try

 

2.- Fold in Half Twice the card base

This is by far one of my favorite ways to make Fun Folds! Similar to the tip above, you can do this with an 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ or an 11″ x 4 1/4″ card base.

This is the easiest and you don’t have to remember scoring marks, though you can make score marks if you want. You can see that I used this method on card #2. 

One thing to consider with this type of fun fold is that you could use the inside of your card, so always put a smaller piece in the inside than the piece you are adding to the front to decorate.  Also always glue the inside first and then glue the layer on the top, that way you ensure you cover the inside of your card.  

If you want the measurements to score, here you go:

  • Card base 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ – Regular fold is at 4 1/4″ 
    • Score at 2 1/8″ and at 4 1/4″ 
  • Card base 11″ x 4 1/4″ – Regular fold is at 5 1/2″
    • Score at 2 3/4″ and at 5 1/2″ –  this is the type I made in card #2 (below)

Click here to see other examples of this type of fun fold using a different suite.

Easy Fun Folds to try   Easy Fun Folds to try   Easy Fun Folds to try

 

3.- See your sketch and think which piece can be added as a fold

This tip is a bit more advanced, but not hard at all, you just need to see which piece in a sketch can be added as the fold.

To help you pick which piece in a sketch can be added as a fold, think of the layer that is positioned towards the edge or the borders of your card. This will allow you to add a tab to make the fun fold.  

Your card base in this case is a quarter of a sheet (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) and when you add the piece you selected from your sketch, you cut it 1/2″ larger (on the side that goes toward the edge) to make a tab that you can fold and glue it to the front. To cover this tab you glue another cardstock or a piece of designer series paper so the tab is in between the card base and the DSP or second layer of cardstock. 

Similar to the card above make sure that you glue the inside of your card before and then glue the top layer, to ensure you cover the inside of your card.

You can see exactly what I mean in the video tutorial as this is how I made card #3 (below)

Easy Fun Folds to try    Easy Fun Folds to try   Easy Fun Folds to try

 

The Video Tutorial 

And as usual, you can watch the video tutorial below where I show step by step how to make these cards. I think that the video will clarify a lot more what I explain above.. I am a firm believer that a visual always helps.. If you have any questions by all means leave me a comment and I will answer any question you might have regarding these fun fold cards!

 

Finally, I have a question for you. If you could have a private conversation with me, what two questions would you like to ask me? – I’m really serious – go ahead and send me an email me at allie@creatingwithallie.com and tell me your question. What do you need help with? – Until next week.. 

 

The Supply List

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Cute Halloween Cards to make with Have a Hoot bundle

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Are you looking for cute Halloween cards to make? if so, you are in for a treat! As today I am sharing with you three cute Halloween cards that you can make using the Have a Hoot bundle from Stampin’ Up! 

Also, Today I am participating in a blog hop with other demonstrators around the world and the theme as you can guess is Halloween, so if you are looking for inspiration for your Halloween projects, you are in the right place! 

Make sure you visit all the participating blogs! I am sure you will enjoy hopping with us. 

Ok, so without further ado, so let’s get started! 

How to make Cute Halloween Cards

As I was mentioning in the introduction, for these Halloween cards I wanted to use the Have a Hoot Bundle from Stampin’ Up!.

This set has different sets of little owls, all super cute. And even better, these owls can be used for so many occasions. So check it out, I am sure you will love it. 

As usual, once I selected the stamp set to use, I looked for designer series paper to get the idea of colors I wanted to use for my projects. And once I had selected the color combo, then it was just matter of selecting sketches to make cards. 

This process makes it easy to come up with card ideas every single time. Give it a try and you will see.

Cute Halloween cards to make

The color combo

Selecting the colors for my cards is always very easy when I based it on the patterned paper I want to use.. this always ensure that I have a cohesive project and that they look color coordinated.

For these cards, I decided on the following color combo.

One thing you will note is that the Gorgeous Grape was not part of the designer series paper. Instead, this was my own addition. Mainly because I knew this color would pop up even more the cape on the owl. 

So, try to see if you can add a highlight color to your color combo… sometimes that adds a lot to the card.. 

Sketches & Details 

Below you will see the sketches I used for each of the cards you are seeing in this post and the corresponding card, as well as some of the details.

If you want to learn how to make these cards step by step, then make sure you watch the video tutorial below. I also show you in detail how to color using the stampin’ blends a.k.a. alcohol markers.   

Handmade Card #1

sketches to play     Cute Halloween cards to make

For this first card I loved the cluster of die cuts together to build up the card. Having a small owl as the image for my card, kinda forced me to think of ways to make it stand out, and having a small cluster of die cuts helped a lot. 

I also added some rhinestones that I colored with the basic black stampin’ blend. You can do this with ribbons and gems to get embellishments in any color that you need. Plus when you use Stampin’ Up! you will get embellishments that color coordinate perfectly. 

Handmade Card #2

sketches to play     Cute Halloween cards to make

For the second card I added a punched diamond made with the tailored tag, and to add a second layer I added two more diamonds punched in basic black. Note that I glue them where a you can see only a little border. you can do this to add mats to the little pieces.

I particularly liked the ribbon underneath the white diamond. This is the first time I have done this, and I am not gonna lie I think I will be doing this again soon as I really like how it looked. 

Also having the ribbon and the diamond gave a great layout to add the little owl as the focal point. 

Handmade Card #3

sketches to play     Cute Halloween cards to make

And finally on this card, I loved the layout in general. Not sure if you can tell, but I have added a layer of basic black on top of the basic black card base, but the top layer has a texture from the Tasteful Textile #D embossing folder. This makes this layer pop up. 

I have really enjoying adding texture with the embossing folders. These add a lot of wow factor to your cards with really not much work. So give it a try! 

The Video Tutorial 

As promised here is the video tutorial where you can see step by step how to make these cute Halloween cards. These are all easy to make to help you get ready for Halloween and mail them in time!! 😉😉😉

The Blog Hop Line-up!

As mentioned at the beginning, this post is part of a Halloween Blog Hop, so if you are into Halloween then make sure you visit all the participating blogs, as I know you will get lots of inspiration and ideas for your Halloween projects!

The Supply List

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How to make Cheerful Birthday Cards

Hey friend, Today I am sharing with you an easy way to make cheerful birthday cards using the Zany Zebras. This set is soon becoming a favorite of mine as these little zebras are easy to color and have so much personality!  So let’s get started, shall we!!

How to make Cheerful Birthday Cards 

One of the things that help me when making cards is thinking about the feeling I want them to have. In this case I wanted to have Cheerful Birthday Cards and with that in mind I thought of bright colors. 

Once I have the emotion defined then it is easy to look for paper that inspire me that sentiment. 

When looking for the patterned paper, the stripe pattern from the Flowers for all seasons DSP called my attention immediately, as it is bright, and cheerful. 

Cheerful Birthday cards to make

The Color Combination 

As usual, I picked the color combination for my cards from the designer series paper. I love doing this as a lot of the times I can get new color combinations that I would not have come up otherwise! 

Honestly I would have never picked these colors on my own, however when I saw the patterned paper, I knew this was the color combo I wanted to try! 

Most of the times I don’t think of red and pinks together, but it worked really well. I loved that all the colors are so bright and they shout happy at me! Don’t you think? 

Card Details and Sketches

Once I have figure out the paper, the set and the color combination, I then proceed to find sketches for the cards.. I love doing this, as I can get super fun looks on my cards. Sketches are truly what sparks my imagination and creativity every single time! believe me!! 

Below you will see the sketches I used with the corresponding card, so that you get an idea of what you can do when using sketches! 

Handmade Card #1

 Sketches to play     Cheerful Birthday cards to make

One thing that I did on all these cards was fussy cutting the zebras as well as their party hat, that way I could use them in all the cards as if they were embellishments. 

Additionally for the sentiments I actually die cut the banner shape with the tasteful labels, that way I had matching stitched marks in the circle and the sentiment. I honestly think that this added a little of flair to this card. 

And finally, I added ribbon and the enamel dots, which are my most favorite embellishments to add to cards. I think that just adding a bow and gems to any card will make it look amazing.  

Do you have embellishments that you tend to use a lot when making cards? if so are what are your favorite embellishments? which are the ones that need to be in every card you make? Let me know in the comments below.. 

Handmade Card #2 

 Sketches to play     Cheerful Birthday cards to make

For this card, I used two sizes of circles, but you could use the same size if you want to. Just play with it and see what you like best. 

Additionally, I added another pattern to the circles as you can see from the picture. If you don’t have another coordinating pattern you could always use cardstock and add texture or stamps on it, to add some interest.. 

Handmade Card #4

 Sketches to play     Cheerful Birthday cards to make

For my third card, I just loved this sketch!! I think this one is a really cute and easy one to do and some how it calls my attention a lot more.. maybe it is the ribbon around the top layer.. I don’t know, but by far this was my favorite. 

By the way if you are interested to see how to make all the cards, I have you covered my friend! I have a full video tutorial for you to see step by step how to make these cheerful birthday cards! 

Cheerful Birthday cards to make  And by the way, I wanted to share with you what you can do to the inside of your cards. I did this for all my cards. 

I just stamped a zebra into a piece of whisper white, I colored it and then add it to the card. 

One thing to share here is that more and more I make these little inserts which are 3″ x 4 1/4″. I really love this size as it is large enough to not feel overwhelm when addressing the cards. 

I have implemented these smaller inserts on my cards, as I felt in the past that having a full size ( 4″ x 5 1/4″) would make me feel like I have to write too much and sometimes I don’t have too much to say.. Once I change this size it became easier for me to send cards. 

If you struggle with the same, then give it a try! I specially love this for Christmas cards for instance where I send a gazillion of cards and I know I will not be sending long written letters. 

The Video Tutorial 

And as promised here is the video tutorial where you can learn how to make these cheerful birthday cards cards step by step. I go over all the supplies, as well as all the measurements. 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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How to Make Masculine cards with Stamps and Die Cuts

On today’s post I want to share with you an easy way to make masculine cards with stamps and die cuts. I feel like more often than not, I need masculine cards. So when I saw the stamp set Loyal Leaves, I got super excited as I knew this would be a great set for masculine cards..

At the same time, I thought this stamp set would be gorgeous if paired with the Love of Leaves bundle. And in specific with the die set, as it has the large leaves that you can add as embellishments. 

Having stand along die cuts, like these leaves, is awesome as you can make your own embellishments. Therefore these will coordinate perfectly with any of your projects! You can see below how these leaves add the perfect touch to these masculine cards. 

How to make three easy Masculine cards using stamps and dies

Color Combination 

For these masculine cards I wanted to use a nature’s look focusing on the wood pattern from the designer series paper, so I went with browns and the metallic brushed card stock. 

Masculine Cards using stamps and die cuts

Sketches and Details 

A quick tip when making these masculine cards with stamps and dies is to have the die cuts ready, I actually die cut several of them in the colors I thought would go well, so in my case this was int eh metallic brushed card stock as well as the early espresso. 

This always helps to have a visual as you are putting the card together as you can be switching the leaves and see which one you like the best before gluing it onto the card. 

If you have extra leaves at the end, no worries, you can save them in a baggie and used them in a future project. 😉

Masculine Card #1

Sketches to play        How to make three easy Masculine cards using stamps and dies

As usual I used sketches to come up with the card ideas. I always recommend using sketches as these really helps in coming up with card ideas. You can so many variations to a sketch, that you can have an endless list of card designs at your fingertips. 

Believe me, give it a try and you will see how your creativity flows. 

In fact last week we had a challenge on my FB Group and from one simple sketch we made 16 cards!! all looking great and unique!! it was such a great challenge to teach others how to kick-start their creativity!  So definitely give it a try to sketches!

For this card, I wanted to add a partial stamping to the background of the card, and then a simple sentiment.  you can see that then I just embellish the card using the leaves and then a few of the gilded gems. 

Masculine Card #2

Sketches to play        How to make three easy Masculine cards using stamps and dies

On this second card I wanted to make a full stamped background. I used the largest leave from the Loyal Leaves stamp set and then stamped it with Soft Suede.

The tip here is that you need to stamp in three different tones of the same color, and the way you can achieve that is by stamping off on a separate paper and then onto the whisper white card stock, that way you get different tones of the same color. By doing this you will add depth to your background which makes it look even prettier. 

You can watch the video tutorial below to see exactly how to get this look when stamping.

Masculine Card #3

Sketches to play        How to make three easy Masculine cards using stamps and dies

Finally for this masculine card I wanted to get a simpler look and so the background of the cards is a piece of designer series paper without any stamping. and on the focal point I added the leaves.

To add more interest to the card, I stamped the sentiment onto the smaller circle and then added a banner under it. And similar to the last two cards, I added three gilded gems as embellishments. 

Autumn Tutorial BundleIf you liked the cards using these stamp sets then you might want to check out the Autumn Tutorial Bundle! 

This tutorial bundle includes 82 tutorials using all the Fall stamp sets available in the mini catalog currently available! so If you like fall cards you will then love this tutorial!

Compared to my other tutorials, The Autumn Tutorial Bundle is one where all tutorials include written instructions and it comes with both measurements in metric system and imperial system, so that if you are abroad and are interested, it is easier to make these cards. 

Additionally, the measurements in the metric system takes into consideration the A4 cardstock size (8.25″ x 11.75″) and the measuments in the imperial system is for US letter size cardstock (8.5″ x 11″).

You can check all the details about the Autumn Tutorial Bundle in my PDF Store or HERE

The Video Tutorial 

And as mentioned above, if you want to see how to make these cards step by step you can watch the video tutorial below. 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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How to make cards using sketches

Have you ever struggle coming up with card ideas? if so, I truly recommend you start using sketches for your next projects. I promise you you will be able create more cards easier and faster than ever before!! 

On this post I will share with you a few tips on how to make cards using sketches, so let’s get started! 

How to make card using sketches 

As I was mentioning above, using sketches has been the easiest way I have found to come up with card ideas every single time.  So if you ever have trouble getting inspiration for your card projects, then I highly suggest you start playing with sketches and you will see how this is a big game changer!

I used to take forever coming up with designs for my card  classes, however now, it only take a couple of hours from coming up with ideas to filming.. so I can crank it up in no time.. this is why I am suggesting you give it a try, because I know it works.

But there are a few things to cover before you can start diving in.. 

You need to select the products you want to use so that when you start playing with sketches you already know what paper can go well with each of the sketches you want to play. 

 

Using sketches for your handmade cards

On the cards today I decided to use the Gilded Autumn designer series paper, as well as the Love of Leaves Bundle which is amazing to play with. This bundle has several leaf dies that are perfect as embellishments for your cards. And to be honest this is a big factor when I am looking at bundles to purchase. It is a big plus if the dies set has stand alone cut outs that can be used as embellishments, as this will make it even easier putting a card together.

Once you have the products you want to use, then its time to select a color combination. 

The Color Combination 

As you can see, I love getting color combinations from the paper I am using. Mainly because everything will color coordinate perfectly. Specially when you are using Stampin’ Up! as their products color coordinate really nice. Plus you can get ink, card stock and embellishments in the same color, so the coordination task is super easy.. You just see which colors are in the patterned paper you want to use and then you pull card stock in the same colors to make the card. That simple! 

Below you can see the colors I selected to use for this card set! 

The Sketches and other details 

Once you have selected the products you want to use and the color combination, then it is time to select sketches to play and start making your cards!! this is the part where the fun starts.. 😉 Believe me you will love how easy it is to make cards when you follow sketches.  

If you want to get ideas for sketches, you can check my Pinterest Board. This is where I save all of my sketches and others that I found to be easy to follow. So if you are ever in need of sketches head over my Sketches Board and pick one of them to play with it for your next card making project!  

Below you will see the sketches I am using and the cards I created with them. 

Handmade Card #1 

sketches to play       Using sketches for your handmade cards

For the first card I used a very simple sketch, which I honestly think are the best. You can modify them in so many ways, that it will help your creativity flow.. 

As mentioned before, I love how the leaves can embellish your card so nicely.. 

One tip to share when you are designing your cards is to die cut several of them in various colors, that way you can add them as needed in your cards, plus they will help . 

Handmade Card #2 

sketches to play       Using sketches for your handmade cards

For this second card I loved the sketch, but instead of adding a circle, I decided to change the shape a leaf, and then I decided it would look really nice if instead I used the negative of the shape for my card. 

I definitely love this look. One think I think made that negative piece pop up, was that I used a solid color card stock and I embossed it. The texture on that card stock really added a lot to the design. 

This is what I was mentioning that using simple sketches makes it easy to change things around and get more creative. 

Handmade Card #3

sketches to play      Using sketches for your handmade cards

Same as with the previous cards, I picked an easy and simple sketch. I loved how this card turned out with the mixed of patterns. And as you can see having the those leaves came very handy to make a cluster to embellish the card. 

Also, I used the thicker of the ribbons from the basketweave and metallic ribbon pack as the banner under the sentiment. This adds a really cool texture to the card, don’t you think?

Hope you have enjoyed the Fall Friendship cards shown today, and even more important that you have see how easy it is to make cards using sketches. Also below I linked the video tutorial, so you can see exactly how these cards were put together and the measurements and colors if you want to recreated them. 😉

Autumn Tutorial Bundle

And if you love making cards for the Fall/Autumn then make sure you check out the Autumn Tutorial Bundle! This is the newest Tutorial released as my PDF STORE

This tutorial bundle includes 82 written tutorials for cards using only Autumn sets from the catalogs!  I know you will get lots and lots of inspiration.

Beieve me! All the cards on the Autumn Tutorial Bundle are amazing and worth to recreate. You might even learn a new technique or a fun fold.

I know you will want to make all the projects on this Tutorial Bundle for this Fall/Autumn season. So make sure you grab your own copy of this amazing resource. 

You can get this tutorial on my PDF STORE HERE.  

The Video Tutorial 

And as promised, if you want to see how to make the cards I showed on this post, then you can watch this video tutorial. On this video you will see step by step of how I made these cards. I am sure you will enjoy it.  Also below you will find the supply list in case you want any of the products used in these cards. You can click at the pictures and these will take you to my online store. 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

click here to go to my online store

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