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Happy World Cardmaking Day!

Filed under: Projects — October 3, 2020 @ 11:16 am

I love making cards!  They are quick art projects without any artistic talent required.  The art work is already done with stamps designed by our amazing Stampin’ Up! artists.  You get to enjoy the creative process of choosing colors and layouts or just copy designs that you see in the catalog or online.  Card making is a double blessing – creative therapy for you and a gift to someone to show that you are thinking about them.   I get a triple blessing from cardmaking myself – I get to share ideas with you as a rewarding business!

#SU2020WCMD and #worldcardsendingweek2020

Here is my set up for filming the video on my Facebook page.

Here’s my quick card making and sending station.  Paper Pumpkin kits, card bases, love it chop it designer paper pieces, die cut and labels basket, tool basket, card and envelope sets, bin for finished cards.   Itty Bitty Greetings and Grid Paper.

And here is my little basket with pen, stamps, envelopes, return address labels.  “Write a letter to a friend and send chocolate with it”  says my Dove wrapper!

Match up your patterned paper and cardstock.  The Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper is on sale the entire month of October!

Use the Stamparatus to stamp the 4-1/4 x 3″ white panels to make easy multiples using the Life is Beautiful Stamp Set.  Fall and Winter cards are easy to make with this combo of stamps and paper.  Check out the video on my Facebook page for more about making these cards.

I also showed a cute Candy Corn card on the video, again using the Plaid Tidings Paper and this time the Banner Year stamp set.

I hope these inspire you to make cards today, and send cards throughout next week – World Card Sending Week.  Let me know if you tried any of my ideas or sent out any cards – I love to hear from my readers.

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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