Wednesday, May 2, 2018

A few more cards from Scrapping for Less March Kit

I still have quite a few leftovers from the Scrapping for Less March Card kit. I decided to make a few more birthday cards using the leftovers and some items from my craft stash.


Stamps Lawn Fawn
Stitched circle die - Lil Inker Designs
Circle die - Spellbinders
Paper and ribbon - Scrapping for Less March card kit
Markers - Copic
Ink - Lawn Fawn and Reverse Confetti
Bling - from stash



Paper - Scrapping for Less March card kit
Epoxy stickers - from stash



Paper and Stamps - Scrapping for Less March card kit
Pre-embossed cardstock - Bazzill
Oval dies - Spellbinders
Markers - Copic
Ink - Lawn Fawn and Reverse Confetti
Bling - from stash



Paper and cut aparts - Scrapping for Less March card kit
Bling - The Paper Studio

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6 comments:

  1. Great job on these cards, Kristie. I sure like the clean and layered look you achieve using sketches. You sure made good use of the kit, too. That giraffe on the last card in the series is sure cute. :) Have a terrific day!

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    1. Thank you, Jeanne! You know I'm a huge fan of using card sketches. I always have been. Isn't the giraffe sweet? I just had to include him on a card. :)

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  2. Lovely cards. I recently discovered your blog through trolling Pinterest for card ideas and love the simple, clean style you have. Question for you, since I'm new to cardmaking, do you make your own card bases or buy them premade? And if you make your own, what weight paper do you use? Sorry, I guess that was two questions :). Thanks for your feedback and great job, as always, on the cute cards.

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    1. Hello, Heather and welcome to the world of cardmaking! Thank you for your kind words. I make my own card bases. I buy a full case of Accent Opaque Digital 100# coverweight paper from a local paper store. It's a nice sturdy paper and I get the 8 1/2" x 11" size. Then I pay the store to cut the entire case in half for card bases. It saves me so much time. I score and fold the card bases myself. :)

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  3. Cute cards - I absolutely adore the cut-apart on the last one! ~ Jennifer

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    1. Thank you! The last card was a very easy one to make. But I just couldn't waste the darling cut aparts. :)

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