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As this website grows I will be adding new techniques and ideas for you to try, and as it is aimed at new card makers I have tried to keep things easy to follow.
Some of the terms may not be known to you, I know how I had to learn what each different thing was when I started and some times it's not easy finding the explanation.
But it is a very rewarding hobby and one I am sure you will enjoy. So if you don't know where to start then read and enjoy these pages and try some of the projects and ideas you will find.
They will help you to put together a card that you will be proud to give and to say "I made it!"
Try some of the different folds and shapes, and more will be added as I learn them too.
I can't say enough that you don't need any special skills, this is something you can do and is a great way to spend some of your spare time.
I started card making as a hobby but it soon becomes addictive, and your "stash" will grow rapidly.
I have tried to give you some ideas on how to store your precious bits and pieces, and I am now getting contributions from visitors to the website, and for that I thank you sincerely.
I also have a new blogspot and I would love you to join the growing band of followers over there too.
Building this website is not something I ever thought I could do....but here I am. So it is a new adventure for me and one I hope you will participate in.
Please add your contributions and help to make it grow. If there is something as a new card maker you would like to know then please ask.
I will try to answer all your queries, and perhaps some one else, that visits these pages may also have an answer for you.
And if you are a seasoned card maker then please share your knowledge and expertise with those who want to learn.
Christina has just made a beautiful card in a box. I wanted a larger box so I changed the sizing of my box to fit on a 4 ½” x 12” piece of cardstock.
The upcoming wedding anniversary of an elder brother of mine prompted me to make this card. I have used a simple technique that of a twisted easel. It's
In anticipation of the arrival of a new born baby from a family member of mine, I decided to make this special baby card. Of course the concept of making
I have always thought of making cards with love shapes, it had been like a fantasy but now am glad it is a reality. I finally came up with this red nighty
I was needing to make a wedding card for a friend, so I played around one night and came up with this. I started with a 5x7 card base, cut a layer of
This is my first experience making cards. Its for someone I truely cherish in my life. I give whole credit to Christina. She inspires me. This is actually
This is a card I made one day while playing around with some different techniques... I started with an A2 top folded card base made from black cardstock,
These 3 cards were made in the same similar style. My inspiration comes from Christina! My husband and I have done nature photography for years, and
Here are some very useful resources for the cardmaker.
Having bought the Spellbinders Captivating Squares Die, I came across your tutorial on you Tuesday Tutorial page of your Blog and couldn't miss the opportunity
Altered Notebook with Spellbinders for something that little bit special.
Altered Art is the way to change everyday objects into something really special
Use Alcohol Inks to create some unusual effects in your cardmaking.
This Advent Calendar Tutorial will show you how to create this gift that will delight the children. And just in time for Christmas
Adding Skeleton Leaves to make your own unique background.
Let the A2 Curved Borders One help you to create a really pretty Gate Fold Card
Adding Lace to Cards makes them really special.
Create a Side Step Card
Make your own Wedding Stationery, for the personal touch.
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