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Cardmaking 101 Video: Making Cards with Few Supplies

Notecardsyoutube-thumbnailToday's Cardmaking 101 video is in response to a question received regarding making simply styled note cards with a few supplies.  Here's hoping that it will be helpful for many of you as well. 

Here's the quick video...

Lisa's Inklings:

  • Tip: Measure the image that you will stamp and cut the card stock 1/4" larger for length and width.
  • If backing the stamped image with a coordinating card stock or patterned paper, cut the layer 1/4" larger (length and width) than the image piece.
  • If using a back layer of card stock or designer (patterned) paper for the front of your card base, cut it 1/4" smaller than the length and width of your card front.

Recommended supplies:

Product List

If you have questions, leave a comment below or e-mail me.

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