Cardmaking 101

Hi all! Instead of a Make a Card Monday video this morning, I’m taking the opportunity to add a 4-part series on card making for beginners. I get a lot of emails that read, “I want to start making cards. Where do I begin?” So if you’ve ever wanted to start making cards, this will cover the basics and hopefully introduce you to a fun new craft! :)

Cardmaking 101

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11 Comments
  1. Did you insert your ready made card into a plastic bag/sheet for selling on the website?

    Please advise. Thank you.

  2. Awesome! Such a great idea

  3. Awesome! Can’t wait.

  4. Wow. After a loong day at work I came home to find a promise of FOUR videos! I was looking forward to the MACM, but this is even better. Thank you. And I just love the scrapbooking pages you’ve been doing for Basic Grey. You are so talented!

    Elin in Sweden, no snow yet :-)

    • Oh, just to be clear, there won’t be four videos. It’s strictly a written guide to cardmaking. But if I know of a video or have a video that relates, I’ll include it. :)

  5. This is so great ! I already love it cant wait for tomorrow :D
    Thank You !

  6. I’ve been waiting for a guide like this for a long time. Yay!!! So excited about this. thanks

  7. Thank you thank you so very much!! I am new to cardmaking and your site was mentioned to me from a friend and here I come to visit and see you doing a cardmaking 101! It is like it was meant to be!! So thank you very much!!

  8. Hi Kristine,
    long time that I follow your blog because I love everything you do.
    I congratulate you for the talent that you got and always creating new projects.
    I admire your writing and I think the ideal complement to the work.
    Thanks for taking the time and give us the basic tips to get started in this creative world of cards, has long wanted to do and best of your hand.
    Hugs, isabel

  9. Really great info! Thanks so much!

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