Card Idea Gallery

Card Ideas

Stamping an image multiple times without reinking.

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Inking and resistance technique.


Distressing inks and stickles


I once read a tip that suggested making cards with the scraps left over from completed scrapbook pages. It makes a lot of sense -- the papers already match! If I don't have an immediate need for the card, I leave it blank so that I can grab it in an emergency and turn it into anything I need. This generic card could be a Thank You, Happy Birthday, Birth Announcement, etc.

Diamond Fold stencils

Diaimond Folds. The text is done with embossing paste and a brass stencil.


More Diamond Folds.


Heat embossing. The text is done with a silver marker and a brass stencil.


Cow-nting down to 40! Little sister loves black and white cows, so I stamped and heat embossed this one on white paper before cutting it out and using pop dots to gift it a little lift.

Cardstock bleaching.


Rub-on doodles.


Rub-on lace.

The hearts were cut with a Cricut and then the edges were decorated with Stickles.


A Diamond Fold heart.


The ornament in the lower left corner was cut out from a foam stamping onto black cardstock and then lifted with pop dots.

"Fifi" was printed onto white cardstock and then "colored" with a puff pen (Liquid Appliqué by Marvy/Uchida). The inside of the card reads "Fifi says, 'Have a great Birthday, [name]!'."

Metallic stickers (Peel Offs by Magenta Style)


The block in the center is an ArtLenz hologram. Roll your cursor over the card for a simulation of the disappearing image effect.



More quilling.

Quilled flowers with scrolls.


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