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A-Z Card Making: Text-There is always another way

In this card making video, we are focusing on creating some gorgeous, stand out cards. I am going to use at least FIVE ALTERNATIVES, so that you can truly see, you don't have to have exactly what is on screen! There is always another way :)

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The Ultimate Card Making Glossary

A go to reference glossary with description and explanation of key card making terms. Each term has a video link to visually show you the glossary term in action.

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Card Making Class - Colour Me Crazy

Six exclusive lessons for all things colour. The video series explores a variety of colouring methods such as watercolour, distress oxide inks, alcohol markers and more!

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Printable Sentiments 2

The second edition of my printable sentiments set. Ready for more easy, care free card making!

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A-Z Card Making: Text-There is always another way

In this card making video, we are focusing on creating some gorgeous, stand out cards. I am going to use at least FIVE ALTERNATIVES, so that you can truly see, you don't have to have exactly what is on screen! There is always another way :)

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Card Making A-Z: Joseph's Coat Alternatives

Well, we've got another cracking card making technique to add to the alphabet this week, it's the Joseph's Coat (alternatives)!! If you've not tried this technique before, it is FANTASTIC if you aren't confident with your ink blending, but still love to get your inks out!

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Always Handy Card Layouts- Part Three & Four

These are brain starter images to get you ready to create! There are four layouts for you to try. Every layout has it's own coordinating video that will take you through the thought process of creating a basic version, to more complex ideas using the same layout!

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Card Making A-Z: Watercolor Stamping

Watercolor stamping in card making - there are many methods out there, but I want to show my two most favourites - both where we can control some of the results of course!

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Always Handy Card Layouts- Part One & Two

These are brain starter images to get you ready to create! There are four layouts for you to try. Every layout has it's own coordinating video that will take you through the thought process of creating a basic version, to more complex ideas using the same layout!

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Card Making A-Z: Not Iris Folding

Iris folding or not Iris folding? Either way, let me show you this EASY PEASY version of this gorgeous technique...but WITHOUT the hard work! (we love less measuring!!)

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Card Making A-Z: Doing it Yourself (DIY)

Let's remember that there is always another way! When you feel like you don't have the right die/stencil/stamp, remember we can usually find an alternative. So today, we create our own! Thanks for joining me!

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Card Making A-Z: Kraft Cardstock

In this instalment of the A-Z of card making, we are branching out away from our usual white card base, and moving to Kraft!

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📣📣Come join me for the 2024 Get Organized Paper Crafting Summit📣📣

Join myself, and 28 Amazing crafters from around the world as we bring you the Paper Crafters Get Organized Summit!

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Card Making A-Z: One Layer Wonder

The next instalment of my A-Z series is here 😄 This little beauty is going to show you how to quickly create one layer wonder cards. Perfect ink blending...don't need it! Perfect stamp placement...don't need it! Specific ink pads...don't need em!

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Create Your Own Ephemera Folder

Here is a project you can do to keep your favourite Ephemera pieces tidy and organised! Click the subscribe button to download your free instruction PDF.