Card Making Ideas

Sweet Thank You Card Notes

Sweet Thank You Card Notes

Posted on 6th January 2022 by Samantha Burrow
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Christmas is over, we’ve welcomed in the New Year, all that is left to do is sort out some stylish thank you notes for our friends and family. These note cards are made using A7 Card blanks and are really easy to create with the Cricut machine.

For these cards, I’ve chosen to pair Sirio Gold Pearl Double Sided Paper with Blue Sirio Colour Paper as they’re lightweight for the tiny cards and create a smooth, classy finish.

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Spread a little sparkle on a rainy day

Spread a little sparkle on a rainy day

Posted on 19th November 2021 by Samantha Burrow
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This gorgeous sparkly card is sure to lift anyone’s mood on a dull rainy day. Designed using Cricut Design Space this card can be easily altered to suit your style. I have opted to use Neon Glitter Card 220gsm, Cocktail Double Sided Pearlised Card 290gsm and Pearlescent Single Sided Card 310gsm, paired with the Super Smooth White 250gsm and Black Plain 240gsm card. You can mix things up by changing your umbrellas to all one colour, or even use the slice tool in design space to create matching coloured handles.

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Heart Easel Card - Congratulations on Your Engagement using Black Mercury Sparkle silver no shed glitter

Heart Easel Card - Congratulations on Your Engagement using Black Mercury Sparkle silver no shed glitter

Posted on 9th September 2021 by Alison Pendlebury-Brown
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Projects And Cards By Type, Celebration Cards, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Pop Up Card Tutorials

Here I show how to create this single-heart easel card in white, black and grey sparkle, and silver glitter cardstock. It also features Wellington boots, making this card perfect for an outdoorsy couple.

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Orange is the word!

Orange is the word!

Posted on 24th July 2021 by Jane Taylor
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Today it's all about the colour orange, but this is a brilliant technique that works in any colour and uses up all those leftover scraps too!

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