Are you looking for new techniques to try this new year with your card-making? Check out the Card Campus 101 below for lots of fun techniques!
No matter what you are accustomed to, it’s still important to go in the direction of your dreams. This floating turtle is doing just that on a pull-tab encouragement card!
This Halloween Candy Jar Card has a shiny window layer and is fun and spooky — All treats and no tricks! All the details can be found here including the Peek-Out Stamp Window Technique.
To make this Halloween card a little more spooky, I used the Inked Window Shaker Technique! Using a regal ink, I added a little haze to the inside window, and I’ll show you how to below in the video!
To celebrate fall, I created a Falling Leaves Card using the Watercolor Smooching Technique, and want to show you how! Get your inks out, and watch this crafty video!
Double the use of your dies by embossing instead of cutting with them. This Pink Robot has a silver foil background of gears embossed with dies. Learn the Embossing with dies onto foil Technique!
It’s September, and that means Halloween cards! I created this Death Before Decaf Zombie Card for a coffee-loving friend using an Ink Blended Galaxy background. I’ll show you how in this tutorial!
This Anniversary Card uses the Embossing on Vellum Technique to highlight a shimmery romantic silhouette against a dark and rainy background. Check out the details and tutorial for this technique!
Create a Pocket Letter Envelope, which doubles as a Gift Card Holder! Using your favorite paper, it’s easy to dress up gift cards before giving them or to add one for your next outgoing pocket letter.
This Bokeh Encouragement Card is bright and happy with gold embossing, and a matching bookmark. A quick gift for your favorite student!
Make these Garden Gift Tags to tie around your garden extras for your friends and neighbors. This tutorial steps you through the Bokeh Technique for a vibrant background.
This Back to School Chalkboard Card is made using the White Embossing technique. Watch the short video tutorial to make your own!