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A TRUE FRIEND by Kristen Swain Card is 4 ½ x 6� Cardstock: The Paper Company; Patterned paper: K & Company, Scenic Route Paper Co.; Ribbon, vellum sentiment label: Anna Griffin; Jewels: Bo Bunny; Butterfly stamp: Close To My Heart; Ink: Inkadinkado; Glitter: Stickles by Ranger; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Swiss Dots embossing folder); Distressing tool: Heidi Swapp Distress the edges of a block of text paper. Distress the edges of a block of blue floral paper and centre it at the bottom. Wrap blue double-stitched ribbon around the middle, tucking the ends under. Adhere the entire piece to a white card base. Emboss polka dots on white cardstock, mat on blue text paper, glue a knot of blue ribbon to the top and adhere to the card front. Glue a sentiment label on the middle. Stamp two butterflies in yellow ink on white cardstock, cut out and embellish with glitter glue. Add jewels to their bodies and adhere them to the card.

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New Arrival Baby Announcements Glitter Flowers Butterflies Woodgrain Templates

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Things We Love Style Challenge The Ultimate Card Class Designer of the Month

Editor's Note Top Trends Giveaways Subscriptions


editor's note This month we are truly in Spring. The sun has started shining (occasionally), the birds have started singing and the snow has finally melted! To celebrate Spring’s arrival, we are toasting New Babies in a big way this issue. We have cards to send to the new (worn out) parents (page 24) and also Baby Announcement cards too (page 42). We have mentioned woodgrain before and this time, we show you how to incorporate this latest trend into your cards, using stamps, patterned papers and actual wood sheets themselves (page114).

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Ribbon is a staple in everyone’s arsenal of crafting stash, so it’s always good to see new ideas about how to use it. I spotted some intriguing ideas in this issue, including a circle of ruffles, a bevy of pink blossoms and the body and antennae of a butterfly – why not think outside the ribbon reel and see what else you can do with your ribbon. And just to finish off, everything needs a bit of sparkle, so we show you how to add some “bling” to your cards in our Glitter section on Page 42

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Enjoy the sunshine!

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blogs

WE LOVE top trends // flowers // Paper

Pleated paper flowers are everywhere at the moment. We are spotting them on blogs all over the world as well as in the windows of our favourite clothes stores. Whether you’re inspired to create them to adorn cards, for home décor projects or fancy going all out, creating 4ft flowers for your window. We hope that you will be inspired by these wonderful bloggers.

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1 Pam Thorburn has been creative with these accordion folded paper flowers. You can see more of Pam’s work on the Kaisercraft blog as well as many other talented designers. www.kaisercraft.net/blog/

2 Written by an anonymous author in Canada this blog is always full of step-by-step tutorials as well as finished projects to inspire. www.destampincorner.blogspot.com

3 Elizabeth from ‘Treasury of Memories’ has created mini pleated paper flowers for her projects. www.treasuryofmemories.typepad.com

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Making Memories have done it again! Their new “Flutter” collection is perfect for brightening up your cards and projects. In true Making Memories style, you have everything you need in the collection to make fabulous co-ordinated items. From papers, alphabet stickers, felt embellishments, buttons and even stamps, to send that special someone, a little ray of sunshine!

Add a bit of ‘bling’ using glitter. Our personal favourite is ultra-fine glitter. Stampin’ Up! has expanded their product range, offering two packs of five different coloured pots to go with their popular ‘Dazzling Diamonds’ Stampin’ glitter.

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WE LOVE This issue we have selected a few favourites that we discovered or revisited at the recent CHA show in Anaheim, California. Spray mists is definitely the new way to colour paper, card, material, chipboard, flowers, in fact anything! Maya Road introduced their Maya Mists at CHA earlier this year, a perfect fit to their many designs of chipboard shapes.

Butterflies are definitely here to stay for a few months. Most stamp manufacturers will have butterfly stamps in their collections but Martha Stewart butterfly punches are simply gorgeous! In various designs and sizes, these punches give you the instant WOW factor. Use the punch to give some dimension and delicacy to your projects.

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Giveaways I-rock // megakits

over £600 worth of prizes to giveaway!

Cards are pleased to be able to offer an amazing giveaway from Imaginisce. The fabulous new i-rock tool will hit the shelves in June – be amongst the first to get one by entering this give away. We have ten of these wonderful tools to give away along with an amazing creative kit to get you started. To find out more about the beautiful ranges by Imaginisce check out www.imaginisce.co.uk

The Prize i-rock tool i-rock Hot Rocks Compact i-rock Stencils Kit i-rock Glam Rocks To Love and Cherish Paper kit To Enter Send an email to cards@redlinepublications.co.uk with your name, postcode and contact number. You will be entered into the free prize draw with a chance of winning the great goodies donated by this issue’s sponsor.

Terms and conditions 1. To enter you must provide your name, email and mobile number via email to cards@redlinepublications.co.uk. You must be a resident in the UK, Australia or New Zealand and be 18 years old or over. 2. Multiple entries will be accepted and entered in to the prize draw. 3. Prize draw to take place on 1st June 2010. Entries received after that date will not be entered. 4. You will be notified if you have been successful via email and then the sponsor will send you the items that you have won. 5. The prizes are non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. 6. Redline Publications Ltd cannot accept responsibility for entries lost or delayed in transmission whether by text, email or otherwise. Under no circumstances Redline Publications be for any losses, damages, costs or expenses arising from or in any way connected with any errors, defects, interruptions, malfunctions or delays in the prize draw or any prize connected with the draw excludes liability, to the fullest extent permitted by law for any loss or damage caused to the winner and/or companion arising out of this prize. 7. Entry into the competition signifies acceptance of these rules. Redline Publications Ltd reserves the right to amend competition terms at any time. These terms will be governed by English law.

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new arrival ADORABLE // TINY // PRECIOUS

BABY LOVE by Maile Belles Card is 4 ½” across Cardstock, ribbon, buttons, stamps, ink: Papertrey Ink; String: Craft supply; Punches: Marvy Uchida (circle), Stampin’ Up! (stars); Circle cutter: Coluzzle

Cut two circles from peach cardstock, then adhere the top edges to create a card base. Stamp stripes and a sentiment on a cream cardstock circle and add ribbon ruffles around the border; attach the entire piece to the centre of the card. Punch two stars and a circle from various colours of cardstock, layer them together along with buttons, and attach them to the card using foam adhesive.

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BOY by Tiffany Johnson Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Papertrey Ink; Transparency: Hambly Studios; Ribbon: May Arts, Stampin’ Up!; Button: BasicGrey; Stickers: American Crafts

Cover an aqua card base with a baby clothes transparency; wrap ribbon around the top edge. Adhere “boy” letter stickers in the middle of the card, then embellish the “o” sticker with ribbon and a button.

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BABIES ARE A BIT OF STARDUST by Dru Cabral Card is 4� square Cardstock, string, buttons, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: My Mind’s Eye, vintage; Ribbon: Michaels; Sentiment sticker: Melissa Frances; Stamp: Crafty Secrets; Glitter glue: Stickles by Ranger; Decorative scissors: Craft supply

Stamp a border on the top and bottom edges of a kraft card base. Wrap string and ribbon around the left edge of a lined paper block, then adhere the lined paper block to the middle of the card. Cut the bottom of a bookprint paper piece, apply a sentiment sticker to the top, and stitch buttons on the seam; place the entire bookprint piece on the right side of the card base.

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SWEET BABY by Anabelle O’Malley Card is 4 ¾ x 3 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Chipboard fleur-de-lis, mask: Tattered Angels; Jewels: Zva Creative; Stamp, ink: Papertrey Ink; Glitter: Martha Stewart Crafts; Glitter spray: Glimmer Mist by Tattered Angels

Fold white shimmer cardstock into a card base; lay a crown mask on the front of the card, spray glitter onto the mask, and remove the mask. Cut around the sprayed crown to make a crown card base. Apply glitter to three chipboard fleur-de-lis and adhere them on the top of the card. Stamp a sentiment on the bottom right corner of the card. Place jewels above the sentiment.

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BABY by Lynn Ghahary Card is 5” square Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, chipboard (letters, tag): Comso Cricket; String: Papertrey Ink; Button: Craft supply; Corner rounder: EK Success

Round the corners of a floral paper block and mat it on a brown card base. Zigzag stitch striped paper strips to the top and bottom edges of a flourish paper block, round the corners, and adhere the entire piece to the right side of the card using foam adhesive. Tie ribbon around the centre of the flourish paper piece, then embellish the knot with a button and string. Layer “Baby” chipboard letters on a chipboard tag, then attach the chipboard tag to the flourish paper block.

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BABY LOVE by Kelley Eubanks Card is 5� square Cardstock, string, button, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, die cut: Crate Paper; Punches: EK Success, Marvy Uchida

Punch the right edge of a circle paper piece using a border punch, ink the edges, and adhere the entire piece on a kraft card base using foam adhesive. Adhere four various paper blocks on a cardstock piece, knot string and a button around the cardstock block, and attach it to the circle paper piece. Angle a sentiment die cut in the centre of the card base.

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WELCOME LITTLE SPROUT by Heather Pulvirenti Card is 5 ¼” square Cardstock, ribbon, buttons: Papertrey Ink; Stamps: Unity Stamp Company; Ink: Tsukineko; Markers: Copic; Punch: Stampin’ Up!

Attach a white cardstock block to a slightly larger green cardstock piece, distress the edges, and wrap ribbon around the bottom edge; adhere the entire piece to a kraft card base using foam adhesive. Stamp a tree top on pink cardstock and a tree trunk on white cardstock. Fill in the tree trunk with brown markers, cut out the tree top and the tree trunk, and adhere them on the white cardstock block. Cover the tree trunk with multiple pink buttons. Stamp a sentiment on a white cardstock block, punch it out, and add it to the ribbon bow. Embellish the “o” in “Sprout” with a pink button.

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WELCOME, LITTLE ONE

by Jennifer Cuthbertson Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, stamps, ink, glitter: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: K & Company; Ribbon, string: Crafta; Button: Papertrey Ink; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 1 die)

Add a train paper piece to the bottom of a blue card base. Tie ribbon around the top edge of the train paper piece, then add a button and string to the knot. Die cut a label from white cardstock, stamp a sentiment and stars on the label, and add glitter to the stars; adhere the label to the top of the card base using foam adhesive.

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW ARRIVAL by Lynnette Kauffman Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ink, corner rounder: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: Die Cuts with a View; Ribbon: American Crafts; Stamps: Papertrey Ink; Punches; Fiskars, Stampin’ Up!; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Spellbinders Nestabilities dies)

Punch the bottom edge of a plaid paper piece, attach it to the top of a polka dot paper block, and round the corners. Wrap ribbon around the plaid paper piece and adhere the entire piece to a yellow card base. Round the left corners of a cream cardstock strip, then stamp a sentiment in the middle; add the sentiment strip to the bottom right corner of the card. Die cut an oval and a scalloped oval from cardstock, layer them together on the card, and stamp bird legs on the die cuts. Stamp birds in yellow and blue ink on cream cardstock, then cut them out; place the stamped birds on the stamped bird legs using foam adhesive. 25


BABY BOY by Andrea Amu Card is 9 x 4� Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Making Memories, October Afternoon; Ribbon: Michaels; Star button: Daisy Kingdom; Die cuts: Making Memories; Ink: Clearsnap, ColorBox; Punches: EK Success, Stampin’ Up!

Punch the top edge of a ledger paper block using a border punch, wrap ribbon around the ledger paper piece, and ink the edges; add the entire piece to the top of a kraft card base. Adhere a floral paper strip to the top of a houndstooth paper strip; punch the bottom edge of the houndstooth paper strip using a border punch and place the entire piece on the bottom of the card base. Punch the bottom edges of alternating die cut letters, then use the die cuts and letter stickers to create a sentiment on the ledger paper. Place a star button on the bottom of the card base.

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BABY by Sarah Martina Parker Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon, string, button: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, cork stickers: Making Memories; Giraffe stamp: Sassafrass; Ink: ColorBox; Heart punch: Fiskars

Place a lined paper block on a pink card base. Punch several hearts from brown cardstock, then adhere them on the edges of a pink cardstock half-circle to create a scalloped border; add the entire piece to the top of the card. Knot ribbon around the top of the card base; embellish the bow with a button and string. Stamp a giraffe on lined paper, cut it out, and adhere it to the right side of the pink cardstock half-circle. Adhere “baby” cork letter stickers to the left of the stamped giraffe.

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NEW BABY by Sarah Champion Card is 5 x 4” Cardstock, patterned paper, rub on letters: American Crafts

Attach a tan cardstock piece on a white card base, then apply “new baby” rub on letters to the bottom left corner of the tan cardstock piece. Cut a half-moon from damask paper, a small bow from polka dot paper, and a baby from cardstock; adhere all of the cut pieces on the card and cut off the excess from the half-moon.

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ANGEL by Lea Lawson Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper; Cosmo Cricket, Sassafras; Ribbon: Making Memories, Offray; Fabric: Crafty Secrets; Pearls: Zva Creative; Ink: Clearsnap; Border punch: Martha Stewart Crafts; Corner rounder: EK Success

Create a card base from embroidered paper; distress the edges. Punch the left side of a heart paper strip, then adhere it on the right side of the card base along with a striped paper block. Round the right corners of the card base. Thread ribbon through lace, wrap the lace around the right edge of the card, and embellish the lace with pearls and a fabric sentiment. Cut a sentiment block from fabric, round the left corners, and ink the edges; place pearls on the right corners of the sentiment and mat the sentiment on pink cardstock. Round the left corners of the pink cardstock and tuck the right edge behind the punched heart strip. 29


OH BOY by Kathy Martin Card is 4 ½ x 5 ¾” Cardstock, paper frill: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, brads: K & Company; Stickers: K & Company, Webster’s Pages (letters); Corner rounder: EK Success; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Swiss Dots embossing folder)

Adhere a kraft cardstock block to the front of a red card base. Emboss polka dots on a white cardstock block, add it to the top of a gingham paper piece, and round the corners; attach the entire piece to the card base and cover the seam with a paper frill. Wrap the ends of green floss around two brads, then set the brads on the sides of the card to create a clothesline. Adhere several dimensional stickers on the card as shown. To finish, apply “oh boy” letter stickers to the right side of the gingham paper piece.

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CONGRATULATIONS by Sarah Martina Parker Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: My Little Shoebox; Tag: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Stamps: Papertrey Ink, Sassafras; Ink: Tsukineko, VersaMark; Embossing powder: Ranger; Cardboard: Craft supply

Heat emboss a sentiment on the bottom right edge of a white cardstock block, then adhere the sentiment piece to an orange card base. Trace a tag on cardboard, cut out the cardboard tag, and cover the cardboard with cloud paper; knot ribbon around the tag and attach the tag to the card. Heat emboss a giraffe on orange cardstock, cut it out, and place the giraffe on the cloud die cut.

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CHALLENGE elements to inspire your next creation

This month's Style Challenge is grapefruit pink, buttery yellow, and vibrant teal. Together they create a vogue palette that’s totally spring, so we decided to toss a bouquet of flowers into the mix. Whether they’re cut from felt or forming the shape of a card base, flowers give these cards a fresh feel. So shake off the winter blues, think of warm days to come, and start in on your own airy spring creations.

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LAYERED FLOWER by Kellie Jones Card is 4" square Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Pebbles; Glitter brad: American Crafts; Circle cutter: Martha Stewart Crafts

Mat a white cardstock block on a teal card base. Cut a 2” and a 3” circle from yellow polka dot paper and a 2 ½” circle from yellow cardstock. Crinkle all the circles to distress them, layer the circles together with the smallest on top, then attach them to the centre of the card using a glitter brad.

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THANKS by Katrina Simeck Card is 5 x 5 ½" Cardstock, patterned paper, foam letter stickers: Amercan Crafts; Buttons: BasicGrey; Felt: Craft supply; Thread: DMC; Circle punch: Marvy Uchida; Corner rounder: Fiskars

Round the bottom corners of a yellow card base. Adhere a strip of pink polka dot paper across the bottom and place “thanks” foam letter stickers below. Punch three circles from teal cardstock and adhere them above the polka dot paper. Stitch a yellow button onto a pink felt flower, repeat three times, and adhere the flowers onto the teal cardstock circles.

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MISS YOU by Alisha Gordon Card is 6 ½" across Cardstock: America Crafts, Bazzill Basics; Ribbon, letter stickers: American Crafts; Circle punch: Fiskars; Pen: Craft supply

Cut a 6” circle card base from pink cardstock, making sure not to trim off the top where the fold is. Punch (17) 1” circles from pink cardstock and adhere them around the back edge of the front of the card to create a scalloped edge. Cut a 5 ½” circle from yellow cardstock and adhere it to the front. Draw a faux stitched border around the yellow cardstock using a white pen. Trim a piece of teal cardstock and adhere it to the right side along with “miss you” fabric chipboard letter stickers and a brown ribbon bow. 38


HUGS by BreAnne Peterson Card is 6 x 4" Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Sassafras; Letter stickers, pen: American Crafts; Brads: American Crafts, BasicGrey, We R Memory Keepers; Circle punches: Fiskars

Start with a crossword paper card base. Place “hugs” fabric chipboard letter stickers on the bottom right corner. Set multiple styles of pink brads through a 3 ½” yellow cardstock circle. Punch (8) 1” circles from yellow cardstock and adhere them around the back edge of the large yellow circle to create a scalloped edge. Adhere the entire flower embellishment to the left side of the card.

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baby announcements Welcome to the world // NEW ARRIVAL // LITTLE ONE

IT’S A GIRL by Lori Roop Card is 3 ¼ x 3 ¾” Cardstock, ink, marker: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper, pearls: Melissa Frances; Safety pin, flowers, felt, lace, tag, decorative scissors: Craft supply; Ribbon: Wrights; Chipboard letter: GCD Studios; Button: Papertrey Ink; Stamps: Rubber Soul; Glitter: Martha Stewart Crafts; Doily: Dollar store

Stitch a pocket from two pieces of pink felt, then attach a doily piece to the top of the pocket. Cut a pink cardstock tag that fits inside the felt pocket; cover one side of the tag with floral paper and the other side with lace and a baby photo. Embellish the floral paper side of the tag with ric rac, a pearl, and a baby info stamp; insert the tag into the felt pocket. Apply glitter to a chipboard monogram and place it on the left side of the pocket. Layer a button, a flower, and ribbon on the right side of the pocket. Stamp “It’s a Girl” on a cream tag, thread string through the tag hole, and attach the tag to the bow using a safety pin. 40


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LITTLE BABY GIRL by Sherrie Siemens Card is 4 Ÿ� square Cardstock: Prism; Patterned paper, resin charm, ribbon: Melissa Frances; Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms; Ink: Ranger, Tsukineko; Markers: Copic

Stitch a border around the front of a kraft card base. Stamp a baby information template on a die cut card, stitch it to the card base, and add lace and a resin charm to the bottom edge. Stamp a baby bonnet and a sentiment on the top of the card.

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LION ANNOUNCEMENT by Jennifer Hansen Card is 5 x 5 ½� Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Crate paper; Floss: DMC; Button: Paper Studio; Die cuts: Fancy Pants Designs

Attach a striped paper block to a brown card base. Adhere a die cut journaling block and a die cut baby information block on the card, then stitch a button to the top of the card base.

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IT’S A GIRL by Kandis Smith Card is 4 ¼ x 7” Cardstock: Core’dinations; Patterned paper, die cuts: K & Company; Flower, pearls, stamp, ink: Hero Arts; String: Darice; Button: Dress It Up; Moss: Craft supply

Zigzag stitch a polka dot paper block to a kraft card base. Round the top edge of an embossed cardstock strip and adhere it to the centre of the card using foam adhesive. Layer a die cut bird, moss, and a die cut border on the top of the embossed cardstock strip; embellish the border with pearls. Tie string around the bottom of the embossed cardstock strip, then add a flower and a button to the knot. Stamp “It’s a Girl” on a kraft cardstock strip and place it on the card below the string.

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IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS by Laura O’Donnell Card is 5 ¼ x 4” Cardstock: French Paper Co.; Patterned paper: Making Memories; Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms; Ink: ColorBox

Ink the edges of a speckletone card base. Add a baby photo to a striped paper block and adhere the entire piece to the top of the card. Stamp a sentiment and a stork on the bottom of the card using brown ink.

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IT’S A GIRL! by Dawn Woleslagle Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper, ink, chalk, pen: Stampin’ Up!; String: Martha Stewart Crafts; Button: Papertrey Ink; Pearls, border punch: Craft supply; Stamps: Hero Arts (label), Stampin’ Up! (baby pram, sentiment); Marker: Sakura; Corner rounder: EK Success

Round the bottom corners of a pink card base. Tear the top edge of a polka dot paper block, ink the edges, and round the bottom corners. Punch a white cardstock strip using a border punch and attach it to the top of the polka dot paper block; wrap floss around the punched cardstock strip, add a button to the knot, and adhere the entire polka dot paper piece to the card using foam adhesive. Stamp a label, a baby pram, and a sentiment on white cardstock, cut out the label, and attach it to the right side of the polka dot paper block using foam adhesive. Trace around the label frame using a white marker. Stamp the baby pram onto a separate piece of white cardstock, fill it in with chalk, and cut out the pieces; adhere the pram pieces and pearls 46

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IT’S A BOY by Malinda Andrew Card is 7 x 3 ¾” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket; Transparency: Making Memories; Twill: Craft supply; Chipboard letters, pen: American Crafts; Pearls: Prima; Ink: ColorBox; Photography: Julie Oeser Photography

Ink the edges of a white card base. Cut a block of damask transparency and a block of polka dot paper, then adhere them on the card along with a baby photo; doodle on the borders of the polka dot paper and the transparency block. Trace around the edges of each portion of the card using a black pen. Knot twill around the top of the card and place two pearls on the bottom right corner of the card.

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LITTLE ONE by Kay Sibley Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: Anna Griffin; Ribbon: M&J Trimming; Stamps: Papertrey Ink, Scarlet Lime; Decorative scissors: Fiskars

Stamp polka dots on the bottom of a cream card base. Cut the bottom edge of a geometric paper block using decorative scissors, stitch the geometric paper block to the middle of the card, and wrap ribbon around the card front. Stamp a bracket frame on cream cardstock and a sentiment on cardstock; cut out the frame and the sentiment, then layer them together on the card base using foam adhesive.

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glitter SHIMMER // SPARKLE // glam

ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS by Lea Lawson Card is 6� square Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, Doodlebug Design; String: Darice; Button, jewels: Doodlebug Design; Rub ons: Urban Lily; Circle cutter: Creative Memories

Cut concentric circles from various glittered cardstocks, attach them to a white card base as shown, and cut off the excess. Knot string through a button and add the button to the top of the glittered cardstock circles. Apply a rub on sentiment to the top of the card, then adhere a row of jewels to the left of the sentiment.

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HELLO by Rae Barthel Card is 4 ¼ x 6” Cardstock: Hobby Lobby; Patterned paper, die cut butterfly: K & Company; Jewels: Michaels; Letter stickers: American Crafts

Add a butterfly paper block to the top of a brown card base and a polka dot paper strip to the bottom; cover the seam with a striped paper strip and jewels. Adhere “hello” letter stickers on the bottom right edge of the card. To finish, adhere a butterfly die cut to the left side of the card and place jewels on the wings.

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E by Katie Anderson Card is 5” square Cardstock: American Crafts, Close To My Heart, Martha Stewart Crafts; Patterned paper: BasicGrey; Chipboard tag: Autumn Leaves; Mini clothespin: Craft supply; Glitter: Doodlebug Design; Punches: Martha Stewart Crafts; Die cut machine: Cricut by Provo Craft (Don Juan cartridge)

Make a card using white cardstock. Punch a strip of pink cardstock and a strip of green cardstock using a border punch; cover the cardstock strips in glitter and layer them onto the left edge of a green paper block. Knot polka dot ribbon around the seam of the papers and adhere the entire green paper piece to the card base. Punch a scalloped circle from green cardstock and add glitter to the front. Punch a circle from white cardstock and place it in the centre of the scalloped circle. Die cut an “e” from pink cardstock, apply glitter to the letter, and clip the letter to the scalloped circle using a mini clothespin. Add the entire scalloped circle piece to a chipboard tag and tuck the tag behind the ribbon bow. 53


HI by Windy Robinson Card is 8 x 5” Cardstock: Core’dinations; Patterned paper: American Crafts, BasicGrey; Stickers: Mark Richards (glitter domes), White Blossom; Glitter: DeNami Design, Doodlebug Design, Sparkle N Sprinkle; Decorative scissors: Craft supply

Cut the edges of a yellow cardstock block using decorative scissors and attach it to the front of a pink card base. Place a polka dot paper piece on the yellow cardstock block. Cut out flowers from patterned paper, embellish them with glitter, and adhere them on the card base using foam adhesive. Apply “hi” stickers to the bottom left corner of the card. To finish, add a row of glitter stickers to the top left edge of the polka dot paper block.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Heather Pulvirenti Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock, patterned paper, ribbon, stamps, ink, glitter: Papertrey Ink; Staples: Office supply; Jewels: Kaisercraft; Punches: EK Success, Stampin’ Up!; Corner rounder: Stampin’ Up!

Stamp polka dots on a blue cardstock block, round the top right corner, and attach it to a brown card base. Add a green cardstock strip to the bottom of the card. Pleat ribbon on the top edge of the green cardstock strip and staple the ribbon to the card. Stamp a large flourish on the polka dot block. Punch circles from polka dot paper and green cardstock, layer them, and apply glitter to the border of the polka dot circle. Stamp several flower petals on white cardstock, embellish them with glitter and jewels, and cut them out; adhere the petals around the circle and adhere the flower to the left side of the card. Punch a window from green cardstock, layer it on a punched cardstock label, and stamp a sentiment in the middle; attach the sentiment to the right side of the card. Embellish the sentiment and the stamped flourish with jewels.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Lisa Forsythe Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ¼” Cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper, ribbon, ink, glitter: Papertrey Ink; Ribbon charm, coloured pencils: Stampin’ Up!; Stamps: Hero Arts, Papertrey Ink; Butterfly punches: Martha Stewart Crafts; Die cut machines: Cricut by Provo Craft (Storybook cartridge), Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Spellbinders Labels 4 die)

Stitch a grid paper block on a cream card base and ink the edges of the card. Die cut a flourish from pink cardstock, then add it to the grid paper block. Die cut a label from lined paper, stamp flowers and a sentiment on the label, and cut a slit on the left edge of the label; thread ribbon through the slit and use a ribbon charm to attach the ends together. Punch several butterflies from green cardstock and cover them with glitter; place the butterflies on the label, ink the edges of the label, and adhere the entire piece to the card base.

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THINKING OF YOU by Lynn Mercurio Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Gina K Designs, Prism; Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket; Lace, stamps: Taylored Expressions; Chipboard (bird, birdcage): Maya Road; Jewels: Zva Creative; Ink: Clearsnap; Glitter: Art Institute Glitter; Paint: Ranger; Label punch: McGill; Template: Coluzzle

Zigzag stitch a striped paper block to a peach card base; wrap lace around the bottom edge of the striped paper block. Stitch a bird paper strip to the card. Cut a circle from polka dot paper, pierce holes around the border, and adhere it to the right side of the card. Cover a chipboard birdcage with glitter and a chipboard bird with various patterned papers, then adhere them together on the polka dot circle. Place jeweled flourishes to the right of the chipboard bird. Punch a label from flourish paper, embellish the centre with a stamped sentiment and jewels, and adhere the label to the left side of the card using foam adhesive.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Kandis Smith Card is 4 ¾ x 7 ¼” Cardstock: Core’dinations; Glittered cardstock, brads: Doodlebug Design; Patterned paper: We R Memory Keepers; Ribbon: Craft supply; Button: Dress It Up; Pearls, stamp: Hero Arts; Die cut: K & Company; Ink: Clearsnap; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Spellbinders die)

Cover a white card base with geometric paper. Stitch a blue glittered cardstock block to the middle of the card. Zigzag stitch red paper strips to the right and left edges of a purple paper piece; set the entire piece on the card base using brads. Emboss flowers on an orange cardstock tag, punch a hole through the top of the tag, and thread ribbon through the hole. Add a button to the bow and adhere the tag to the card. Stamp “Happy Birthday” on a die cut tag, then attach it to the embossed tag using foam adhesive. Cut out flowers from patterned paper, apply pearls to the flower centres, and adhere the flowers on the embossed tag.

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FRIEND by Sarah Martina Parker Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock (green), buttons, “friend” stamp: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: The Paper Studio (glittered polka dot), Papertrey Ink (grid); Rub on frame: Hambly Studios; Ink: ColorBox; Corner rounder: EK Success

Round the top corner of a green card base. Cut two strips of grid paper, distress the edges, and attach them to the bottom of the card. Stamp a bracket label on the back of a polka dot paper block, then cut it out; adhere the label to the bottom of the card base using foam adhesive. Apply a rub on frame to grid paper and stamp “Friend” in the middle; cut out the frame, add buttons to the sentiment, and attach the sentiment frame to the polka dot tag.

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FAMILY by Tiffany Johnson Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, badges, stickers: KI Memories; Staples: Tim Holtz; Pen: Sakura

Add glittered floral paper to the front of a white card base. Doodle around the border of a white cardstock block, staple crosses onto the corners, and apply glittered flower stickers to the middle. Embellish the flower stickers with metal badges and adhere the entire white cardstock piece to the card base using foam adhesive.

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flowers

Bloom & grow // stop & smell the roses

FRIEND by Dawn Woleslagle Card is 5� square Cardstock, patterned paper, stamps, ink: Stampin’ Up!; Ribbon: Offray; String: Jewelry Essentials; Border punch: Fiskars; Corner rounder: EK Success; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Little Leaves Sizzlet die)

Round the top corners of a kraft card base. Stamp a sentiment on the left side of a damask paper block, round the top corners, and ink the edges; adhere the entire piece to the card front. Punch a kraft cardstock strip using a border punch, then wrap string around the middle. Attach the kraft cardstock strip to the bottom of the damask paper block using foam adhesive. Die cut leaves from green cardstock and ink the edges. Adhere the die cut leaves and ruched ribbon on the card to create flowers.

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IN BLOOM by Charity Hassel Card is 4 ½ x 7 ¾” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, Kraft; Patterned paper: October Afternoon, We R Memory Keepers; String: Craft supply; Acrylic beads, stamps: Stamping Bella; Rub on: Melissa Frances; Ink: K & Company

Attach a kraft cardstock block to an orange card base. Cut a floral border from patterned paper and a strip from circle paper, then adhere them together on the bottom of the kraft cardstock block. Embellish the floral border with acrylic beads and string. Stamp flowers on various patterned papers, cut out the pieces, and layer them along with beads on the top of the kraft cardstock piece. To finish, apply an “In Bloom” rub on to the right side of the card base.

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CELEBRATE TODAY by Dana Grothaus Card is 4 ¾” square Cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: BasicGrey; Jewels: Michaels; Sentiment stamp: Papertrey Ink; Ink: Stampin’ Up!; Pen: Sakura; Punches: EK Success (flower), Stampin’ Up! (circle)

Mat a floral paper block on a kraft card base. Punch nine circles from kraft cardstock, doodle around the borders, and stamp a sentiment on one of the circles; adhere the circles in rows to the card base using foam adhesive. Punch flowers from brown cardstock, then place one flower on each kraft cardstock circle. Embellish the flowers and the sentiment with jewels.

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4U by Clouds Shadler Card is 3 x 5� Cardstock, buttons, corner rounder: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper, felt flowers: American Crafts; Chipboard (brackets, letters): BasicGrey; Pen: UniBall Signo

Round the bottom corners of a kraft card base. Cut strips from various colours of cardstock, angle the strips on the top of the card, and embellish the strips with flowers and buttons. Doodle a border on the lower half of the card using a white pen. Place chipboard letters and brackets on the card below the cardstock strips.

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SO HAPPY FOR YOU by Kandis Smith Card is 8 ¾ x 4” Cardstock: Artco, Core’dinations; Patterned paper: Making Memories, vintage; Brads: Doodlebug Design; Die cuts: K & Company; Stamps, ink: Hero Arts; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Swiss Dots embossing folder)

Emboss polka dots on a green cardstock block, adhere a bookprint paper piece to the centre, and stitch the entire piece to a brown card base. Notch the right edge of a pink patterned paper strip, then add it to the card base. Set two brads on the left edge of the pink patterned paper strip. Adhere flower die cuts on the card as shown. To finish, stamp a sentiment on a kraft cardstock strip and tuck it behind the pink patterned paper strip.

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HI by Deanna Woodland Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, flower die cut: K & Company; Letter stickers: American Crafts; Jewel: Kaisercraft; Corner rounder: Marvy Uchida

Round the right corners of a white cardstock block and adhere it to the left side of a kraft card base. Attach a floral paper piece to the bottom edge of a striped paper piece; cover the papers’ seam with ribbon, round the right corners, and adhere the entire piece to the white cardstock block. Place “Hi” letter stickers on the right side of the striped paper piece. Layer flower die cut pieces and a jewel on the left side of the ribbon.

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FRIEND by Roree Rumph Card is 5 ½” square Cardstock: Paper Reflections; Patterned paper: 7 Gypsies, Graphic 45; Ribbon: Fancy Pants Designs; Chipboard: Creative Café, Heidi Swapp, Scenic Route Paper Co.; Buttons: Autumn Leaves, Creative Café; Die cuts: My Mind’s Eye; Journaling spots: K & Company, My Mind’s Eye; Ink: Quick Quotes; Hole punch: Making Memories

Stitch a damask paper piece onto a striped paper block using string; attach the entire piece to the front of a kraft card base. Wrap ribbon around the bottom of the card base. Adhere chipboard letters and a chipboard heart on a die cut journaling spot, then angle the journaling spot on the right side of the card. Layer die cuts, a chipboard circle, and buttons on the bottom left corner of the card base.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Jeni Allen Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: Vintage; Ribbon: SEI; Stickers: Heidi Swapp; Stamp: Papertrey Ink; Ink: Palette; Punches: EK Success; Die cut machines: Big Shot by Sizzix, Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Swiss Dots embossing folder)

Stamp “Happy Birthday” on the top right edge of a white card base. Punch a border from black cardstock, then adhere it to the card below the sentiment. Emboss polka dots on a pink cardstock block, mat it on orange cardstock, and place the entire piece on the bottom of the card. Die cut several flowers from bookprint paper and apply circle stickers to the flower centres; add the flowers to the embossed cardstock block. Knot striped ribbon around the top of the embossed cardstock piece.

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THINKING OF YOU by Anabelle O’Malley Card is 6 x 4” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Graphic 45, Pink Paislee; Rub on sentiment: American Crafts; Flower: Prima

Cut ¼” from the front flap of a gray card base, then attach a die cut border to the bottom inside of the card. Apply a sentiment rub on to the bottom right corner of the card. Cut flourishes from patterned paper and layer them along with a flower on the card front.

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ENJOY LIFE by Dawn McVey Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock, string, button, stamps, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: Papertrey Ink, vintage; Punches: Fiskars (border), Marvy Uchida (flower)

Stamp a script background and a sentiment on the right side of an aqua card base. Punch the bottom edge of a brown cardstock strip using a border punch, stamp polka dots on a cream cardstock strip, and zigzag stitch the pieces together; adhere the entire piece to the card below the sentiment. Punch flowers from various patterned papers, distress them, and layer the flowers and a button on the left side of the card base.

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FEEL BETTER SOON. by Ashley Cannon Newell Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, patterned paper, ribbon, buttons, stamp, ink: Papertrey Ink; String: Craft supply; Punches: Creative Memories (circle), Fiskars (border), Marvy Uchida (scalloped circles)

Punch the bottom of a polka dot paper strip using a border punch and add it to the bottom of a white cardstock block. Stitch leaves on the white cardstock block, stamp a sentiment on the bottom right corner, and zigzag stitch the entire piece to a yellow card base. Knot ribbon around the bottom of the card. Punch circles from various patterned papers, crinkle the circles, and layer them along with buttons on the tops of the flower stems using foam adhesive.

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HI by Gretchen McElveen Card is 5 x 4 ½� Patterned paper, chipboard (flower, tag): Fancy Pants Designs; Jewels: Heidi Swapp; Die cut machine: Revolution by QuicKutz (Spicy Chicken font dies)

Add a chipboard tag to a polka dot card base. Die cut letters from red paper and place them on the right side of the tag. Attach a chipboard flower to the left side of the tag, and embellish the chipboard pieces with jewels.

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TAKE CARE by Melissa Bickford Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock, sentiment stamp, ink: Papetrey Ink; Patterned paper: My Mind’s Eye; Brad: Making Memories; Flower: American Crafts; Glitter glue: Stickles by Ranger; Corner rounder: EK Success

Stitch a floral paper block on an orange cardstock block and adhere it to a white card base. Round the top right corner of a white cardstock strip, stamp a sentiment in the centre, and add it to the right side of the floral paper block. Cover a felt flower with glitter glue and set the flower on the left edge of the sentiment strip using a brad.

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FRIEND by Laurel Seabrook Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, string, ink: Close To My Heart; Patterned paper: October Afternoon, vintage; Ribbon: Wal-Mart; Button: Papertrey Ink; Stamps: Close To My Heart, Papertrey Ink; Punches: Marvy Uchida, Stampin’ Up!

Stitch a damask paper block to a white card base. Stitch ruffled ribbon to the bottom of a polka dot paper strip, stamp “Friend” on the right side of the strip, and zigzag stitch the entire polka dot paper piece to the card. Stamp leaves on bookprint paper, cut them out, and place the leaves on the left side of the card. Cut several concentric circles from bookprint paper, crinkle the circles, and layer them together along with a button on the stamped leaves.

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JUST BECAUSE by Winter Sims Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Colorbök, Georgia Pacific, Recollections, Stampin’ Up!; Fabric: Heather Bailey; Jewels: Recollections; Sentiment stamp: Papertrey Ink; Ink: Papertrey Ink, Tsukineko; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Flower Layers dies, Swiss Dots embossing folder by Provo Craft)

Emboss polka dots on an aqua cardstock block and adhere it to a white card base using foam adhesive. Add floral fabric to white cardstock, die cut flowers from the fabric-covered cardstock, and layer the flowers with jewels and cardstock leaves on the top of the card. Stamp a sentiment on a white cardstock strip, then attach it to a slightly larger yellow cardstock strip. Place jewels on the right edge of the sentiment strip and add the entire piece to the bottom right corner of the card base.

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BasicGrey’s Nook & Pantry line is a sweet tooth’s dream in paper form. It’s all about tasty treats, yummy fruit, and kitchen tools. Crisp, die-cut doily paper will have you dreaming of garden parties and tea for two, and charming fabric brads and felt stickers simply take the cake. Pinks, blues, and yellows create a fun and retro palette for so many types of cards – turn the page to see what our designers came up with, then have fun coming up with your own delicious creations. See more of BasicGrey online at basicgrey.com.

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no. 1 Alisha Gordon Alisha loves shopping, especially at small, local boutiques. She’s a designer by day and card maker by night.

TEA FOR TWO Card is 6 ¼ x 4 ½” Patterned paper, sentiment rub on, chipboard spoon, dimensional journaling spot sticker, stickers (border, teacup): BasicGrey

Adhere a blue patterned paper block to the middle of a blue patterned paper card base. Set a border sticker across the bottom edge of the blue patterned paper block. Apply a sentiment rub on to the middle of the journaling spot sticker then use pop dots to adhere it to the right side of the card. Add a teacup sticker and a chipboard spoon to the corner of the dimensional journaling spot sticker. The patterned chipboard spoon has adhesive on the back so all you have to do is peel and stick. 80

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HAPPINESS IS HOMEMADE Card is 5� square Patterned paper, buttons, chipboard cupcake, rub on sentiment: BasicGrey

Mat a cupcake paper block on the front of a pink patterned paper card base. Adhere a square of cream patterned paper to the middle of the card using pop dots. Place a chipboard cupcake on the middle and top it with a pink button as a cherry on top. Set a trio of buttons on the bottom left corner then transfer a sentiment rub on next to the buttons. There’s a cherry printed on the top of the chipboard cupcake, but Alisha cleverly used a pink button over it to add a pop of dimension and texture. 81


THX Card is 6 x 4 ¼” Patterned paper, buttons, chipboard letters, dimensional flower sticker: BasicGrey

Cut out a journaling spot from patterned paper then adhere it to the right side of a green patterned paper card base. Place “thx” chipboard letter stickers on top of the journaling spot. Set a dimensional flower sticker on the bottom left corner of the journaling spot then add a row of colourful buttons across the bottom edge of the journaling spot. These textured buttons are made for this super cute line so they match absolutely perfectly.

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TASTY Card is 4 ½ x 4 ¾” Patterned paper, buttons, word stickers, chipboard watermelon: BasicGrey

Mat a blue patterned paper block on a blue patterned paper card base. Set a chipboard watermelon on the bottom left corner then place a “tasty” sticker above it. Layer a brown button on a pink button and glue it next to the word. Set a “fruits” sticker on the top right corner and trim the excess. By cutting the “fruits” sticker in half, Alisha can use the other half on another card or make a duplicate card.

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no. 2 Paige Evans Paige loves crafting, animals, and her dental student husband, Chris. They live in LA and spend as much free time as possible at Disneyland.

FLORAL Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Patterned paper, buttons: BasicGrey; Border punch: Fiskars

Punch the bottom edge of a strip of brown patterned paper using a scalloped border punch then adhere it to the bottom edge of a cream patterned paper card base. Scatter colourful buttons across the front of the card. Cut stems and leaves from patterned paper and adhere them below the buttons to complete the flowers. Layer buttons of the same colour but different sizes to create more variety and interest.

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HEY Card is 4” square Patterned paper, buttons, border stickers, chipboard (border, letters), rub ons (border, photo corner): BasicGrey

Apply a photo corner rub on to the top left corner of a cream patterned paper block. Cut the scalloped edge off a chipboard journaling block, cut it into three pieces and stagger them below the rub on photo corner. Set a flower border sticker below the chipboard scallops. Place a flourish border sticker across the middle of the paper block and add a row of colourful buttons above it. Apply a rub on border below the flourish border sticker then adhere a striped patterned paper block to the bottom right corner. Set “hey” chipboard letters on the front. Adhere the entire paper block to a green patterned paper card base using pop dots. If your scissors are sticky after trimming stickers, clean them with some adhesive remover right away to avoid buildup.

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THANKS Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, letter stickers: BasicGrey; Floss: DMC; Scalloped circle punch: Fiskars

Punch 13 scalloped circles from 13 different patterned papers. Stitch the scalloped circles to the front of a cream card, alternating them in rows of three and two. Tie the ends of the floss used to stitch the circles onto the card into bows. Set “Thanks” letter stickers on the bottom right corner. BasicGrey papers are double sided, so you can punch two scalloped circles from each sheet and use both sides. 86

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LOVELY Card is 4 ½” square Patterned paper, button, jewel, chipboard journaling spot, letter stickers, dimensional flower sticker: BasicGrey; Decorative scissors: Fiskars

Place a dimensional flower sticker on top of a chipboard journaling spot. Remove the jewel from the dimensional flower sticker, glue it on top of a yellow button, then adhere the button back on the dimensional flower sticker. Mat the entire chipboard journaling spot on top of a piece of brown patterned paper, then use decorative scissors to cut around it. Adhere the entire embellishment on top of a pink patterned paper block then cut around it in a flower shape. Curl up the edges of the petals then adhere the entire flower onto a yellow patterned paper card base. Place “lovely” letter stickers around the curve of the chipboard journaling spot. Use a pencil to curl the paper petals or simply roll the paper with your fingers.

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butterflies

In the field // with a net // then let it go

HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Daniela Dobson Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: October Afternoon, Sassafras; Flower: Prima; Chipboard butterfly: Scenic Route Paper Co.; Pearl: Michaels; Journaling spots: Elle’s Studio, K & Company; Rub on (border, heart): American Crafts; Stamps: Hampton Arts (sentiment), Impression Obsession (polka dots); Ink: Ranger, VersaMark; Paint: Ranger, Shimmerz; Embossing powder: Hero Arts; Border punch: Fiskars

Heat emboss polka dots on a bookprint paper block, spray glitter paint over the bookprint paper block, and wipe off the glitter from the polka dots. Punch a lined paper strip using a border punch and adhere it to the right edge of the bookprint paper piece; place the entire piece on a cream card base. Apply a heart rub on and a rub on border to a grid journaling spot; stitch the grid journaling spot and a scalloped journaling spot to the top of the card. Paint a chipboard butterfly with crackle paint and layer it along with a pearl and a flower in the centre of the card base. To finish, add a “Happy Birthday” sentiment to the right side of the card.

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WONDERFUL FRIEND by Elise Durenberger Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock, vellum, stamp, ink, punches: Stampin’ Up!; Stick pins: Making Memories; Pearls: Kaisercraft; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Bigz Butterfly die, Swiss Dots embossing folder by Provo Craft); Pipe cleaner, pom poms: Craft supply

Emboss polka dots on a green cardstock block. Punch three strips of various patterned papers using a border punch, then attach them to the bottom of the embossed cardstock piece; adhere the entire piece to a pink card base. Die cut a butterfly from pink cardstock and vellum, layer them together on the right side of the card and embellish the body with stick pins, pipe cleaner, and pom poms. Apply pearls to the card to create a butterfly trail. Stamp a sentiment on a punched cardstock oval; add the sentiment oval to a punched scalloped oval and adhere the entire piece to the top of the card using foam adhesive. 90


BIRTHDAY WISHES by Ashley Cawthra Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper tag, butterfly sticker: Chatterbox; Ribbon: Offray; Flowers: Prima; Felt flower: icraftlove.etsy.com; Jewels: Swarovski; Stamps: Inkadinkado; Ink: Tsukineko

Mat a shimmery blue paper piece on brown cardstock; add a floral paper block to a slightly larger brown cardstock piece, then place it on the left side of the shimmery blue paper piece. Knot ribbon around the left side of the shimmery blue paper piece. Cluster a butterfly sticker, a felt flower, flowers, jewels, and a button on the bottom of the shimmery blue paper block. Layer a book print heart and a button on the bottom left corner of the floral paper piece. Stamp a sentiment on a polka dot tag and attach it to the right edge of the shimmery blue paper piece, then adhere the entire piece to a blue card base. 91


THANK YOU by Grace Tolman Card is 4 x 5 ½” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, journaling spot: GCD Studios; Ribbon: Craft supply; Jewels: me & my BIG ideas; Embossing powder: Hampton Arts; Punches; Fiskars (border), Martha Stewart Crafts (butterfly)

Punch the left and right sides of an orange floral paper strip using a border punch and add it to a blue floral card base. Tie ribbon vertically around the card base, then place a jewel on the bow. Heat emboss “Thank You” on a journaling spot, adhere punched butterflies and jewels to the left side of the journaling spot, and attach the entire journaling spot piece to the centre of the card.

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IN PERFECT HARMONY by Anabelle O’Malley Card is 6 x 5� Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Chipboard frame, mask: Tattered Angels; Butterfly: Prima; Jewels: Kaisercraft; Rub on sentiment: Crate Paper; Glitter spray: Glimmer Mist by Tattered Angels; Glitter: Martha Stewart Crafts

Fold a white cardstock piece in half, attach a butterfly mask to the front, and spray green glitter paint over the mask. Remove the mask and cut around the butterfly. Spray the entire card with pink glitter paint. Cover a chipboard butterfly with glitter and glitter spray, then layer it along with a butterfly in the centre of the card base. Apply a sentiment rub on to the bottom right corner of the card base.

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MISS YOU! by Jillian Deiling Card is 5 x 6” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, brad, chipboard butterfly, journaling spot, letter stickers: Pink Paislee; Ribbon: Offray; Flowers: Prima

Layer a strip of striped paper, a gingham paper strip, and ribbon on the front of a gray card base. Cut a scalloped circle from geometric paper and mat it on gray cardstock; cut out the entire piece, then place it in the centre of the card. Apply “miss you!” stickers to a journaling spot; cluster the journaling spot, a chipboard butterfly, flowers, and a brad on the geometric scalloped circle.

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JUST BECAUSE by Lynn Ghahary Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: BasicGrey, Studio Calico; Stick pin: Maya Road; Die cut label: Anna Griffin; Letter stickers: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Kit: Studio Calico

Apply “Just Because” letter stickers to a die cut label, then add the label to the bottom of a kraft card base. Zigzag stitch striped paper strips to the top and bottom edges of a butterfly paper block; adhere the entire piece to the card. Punch a circle from polka dot paper and a butterfly from floral paper and adhere them on the right side of the card along with a stick pin.

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FOR YOU by Kiara Lee Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon, button, stamps, ink: Stampin’ Up!; String: Papertrey Ink; Jewels, pearl, embossing powder: Hero Arts; Punches: Fiskars; Corner rounder: Corner Chomper by Crop-A-Dile; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Flowers embossing folder)

Emboss flowers on a white card base; round the top corners and ink the edges. Heat emboss a medallion on the left side of a pink cardstock block, round the corners, and ink the border of the pink cardstock block; attach it to the top of the card base. Punch the bottom edge of a brown cardstock strip using a border punch and place it on the bottom of the card; tie ribbon around the top edge of the punched strip, then embellish the knot with a button and string. Heat emboss a sentiment frame on brown cardstock, cut it out, and attach the sentiment to the left edge of the card. Punch a butterfly from stamped pink cardstock and cut it out; embellish the butterfly body with a pearl and jewels, then adhere the butterfly to the right of the sentiment using foam adhesive. 96


BUTTERFLY NOTECARD by Samantha Sibbet Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, acrylic sticker: Pebbles; Butterfly punch: Martha Stewart Crafts; Corner rounder: Corner Chomper by We R Memory Keepers

Create a card from floral paper; round the right corners. Punch a butterfly from blue cardstock and place it on the right edge of the card base. Add an acrylic sticker to the centre of the cardstock butterfly.

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THANK YOU by Tiffany Johnson Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, vellum, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Acrylic butterfly: Tattered Angels; Jewels: Zva Creative; Pearls: BasicGrey; Stamp: Stampin’ Up!; Punches: Fiskars (border), Stampin’ Up! (window); Corner rounder: EK Success

Round opposite corners of a brown card base. Apply a jeweled flourish to the right side of the card. Punch a vellum paper strip using a border punch, adhere it to the bottom of a flourish paper block, and round the top left corner of the flourish paper piece; add the flourish paper block to a blue cardstock piece and round the top left corner of the blue cardstock block. Place pearls on the body of an acrylic butterfly, then attach the butterfly to the flourish paper block; adhere the entire piece to the card base using foam adhesive. Punch a window slot from brown cardstock and stamp “thank you” in the centre; add the sentiment strip to the bottom of the card using foam adhesive.

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THANKS SO MUCH by Monika Davis Card is 4 ¼” square Cardstock, string, ink, sponge dauber: Stampin’ Up!; Ribbon: Martha Stewart Crafts; Button: BasicGrey; Jewels: Craft supply; Stamps: Papertrey Ink, Stampin’ Up!; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft (Bigz Butterfly die by Sizzix, Tag die)

Stamp a script background on a kraft cardstock block, ink the edges, and attach it to a brown cardstock block; adhere the entire piece to a white card base. Cut a wave on the right edge of a green cardstock block, then ink the edges; place the cardstock block on the left edge of the script cardstock piece. Stamp flourishes on a pink cardstock piece, die cut a butterfly from the pink cardstock, and wrap ribbon around the butterfly body; add a button to the ribbon and add the butterfly to the left side of the card. Cut out stamped flowers from white cardstock and adhere them along with jewels around the butterfly. Die cut a tag from cream cardstock, then knot ribbon on the top of the tag. Stamp a sentiment on the tag, pierce holes below the sentiment, and adhere the entire tag piece to the top right corner of the card using foam adhesive. 99


BEAUTIFUL, CARING & SILLY by Danni Reid Card is 4 x 6� Cardstock: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, transparency tag, butterfly sticker: BasicGrey; Lace, string: Craft supply; Decorative scissors: Provo Craft; Rub ons: 7 Gypsies, BasicGrey

Add kraft cardstock to the back of a transparency tag and tie string through the tag hole. Cut a strip of floral paper using decorative scissors, then zigzag stitch the floral paper strip to the right side of the tag. Transfer a sentiment rub on to the right side of the tag and place a dimensional butterfly sticker below. Add lace to the bottom of the tag; adhere the entire tag piece to a kraft card base.

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THANKS SO MUCH by Heather Ruwe Card is 5 Ÿ x 4� Cardstock: DMD, Inc.; Patterned paper, paper clip, butterfly: Making Memories; Stamp: Hero Arts; Ink: Memories; Pearl paint: Ranger; Punches: Marvy Uchida; Corner rounder: EK Success

Cut three strips of various patterned papers and adhere them on a blue card base; round the bottom corners of the card. Punch a scalloped circle from peach cardstock and paint dots on each scallop. Stamp a sentiment on a punched kraft cardstock circle, clip a butterfly to the top of the circle, and layer the circle along with the scalloped circle on the card base.

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HEY THERE, CUPCAKE! by Michelle Philippi Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon, stamp, ink: Papertrey Ink; Patterned paper, buttons: BasicGrey; Pearl flourish: Prima; Corner rounder: Corner Chomper by We R Memory Keepers; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Nested Butterfly Shapeabilities die by Spellbinders)

Add a striped paper block to the right side of a yellow card base; round the right corners. Tie ribbon around the left edge of the striped paper block, then embellish the bow with a button and a sentiment. Apply a pearl flourish to the middle of the card. Cut several butterflies from various patterned papers, layer them together along with a button, and adhere the entire piece to the top left corner of the card base.

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SPRING by Mary Jo Johnston Card is 5 ¼” square Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: American Crafts, October Afternoon; Ribbon: Making Memories; Button: Autumn Leaves; Stickers: American Crafts (letters), Making Memories (butterflies); Ink: Ranger; Digital patterned paper: Shabby Miss Jenn (Love Shack kit), shabbymissjenndesigns.com

Print digital newsprint paper, then use the newsprint to cover a white card base; ink the edges. Wrap polka dot ribbon around the bottom of the card and add a button to the knot. Adhere a checkerboard paper block and a grid paper strip on a pink cardstock piece, zigzag stitch randomly on the edges, and adhere the entire piece to the card using foam adhesive. Attach butterfly stickers to the patterned papers’ seam and bend the wings forward. To finish, place “spring” letter stickers vertically on the checkerboard paper piece. 103


Laura Craigie

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tips: Stitching: I am totally addicted to stitching. It adds the perfect finishing touch to my cards, and it satisfies the frugal side of me since you really cut down on adhesive. I like to change my thread to add colour and to coordinate with the card. Inking: Colour just makes me happy. And inking is a great way to add an extra pop of colour, or even to change the feel of a piece of patterned paper. I love Distress Inks by Tim Holtz, and his Ink Blending Tool is a must-have for me since it makes beautiful smooth edges. Tags & Labels: Once again, my frugal side is happy when I incorporate tags. I buy them in boxes by the hundreds at office supply stores. They are inexpensive, and a fun element for any card. Plus they look amazing all inked up!

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Our April designer is Laura Craigie, hailing from up north in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada! She is full-time mommy, part-time artist, and an amazing card maker. We’re pleased to get to know her better and share some of her creations with you. “I live in B.C. Canada with my husband and two little boys, ages five and three. I consider myself very lucky in that I get to be a stay-at-home mom. I couldn’t imagine a better job than building forts, kissing owies, and reading books to my boys all day. I’m a graduate of a Professional Photography program and plan to start shooting again one day when my boys are older. In the meantime, playing with paper is my main hobby, and fills my down time when the boys are at preschool or out with their grandparents.

I’ve always loved writing, keeping journals or notebooks, and after a visit to Japan in high school I started my first scrapbook. I didn’t really get into the hobby, though, until the birth of my oldest son in 2005. My love of scrapbooking soon turned into an obsession with cards, and I’ll admit that I now make cards much more often than pages. Perhaps my favourite part is their small scale – it’s less daunting and easier to work with. I also love making cards because it gives me the excuse to buy some cute pink, or flowery products that would not fit on my boy pages. I recently saw something that made me smile: a card I’d made four years ago still on display in the recipient’s home. Handmade cards really are something special.”


ENJOY THE SMALL STUFF Card is 3 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, ribbon, chipboard butterfly, rub ons: Cosmo Cricket; Tag: Creative Café; Ink, blending tool: Ranger; Glitter glue: Stickles by Ranger; Pen: American Crafts

Create a card base from double-sided paper. Ink the edges of a white cardstock block, add it to the card front, and wrap heart ribbon around the centre. Doodle around the border of the card using a brown pen. Apply a sentiment rub on to a white cardstock piece and ink the edges; zigzag stitch the sentiment piece to a brown tag, then adhere the tag to the card base. Embellish a chipboard butterfly with glitter glue and angle it onto the sentiment piece.

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SENDING YOU SUNSHINE AND LAUGHTER Card is 5 x 4� Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Badge: American Crafts; Stick pins: Maya Road; Tags: Avery; Stamps: Hero Arts; Ink: Ranger, StazOn

Ink the edges of a white card base purple, doodle around the edges, and stamp a sentiment at the bottom. Stitch a tan cardstock block to the card, aligning the right edges. Ink around the borders of three tags using various inks, then place them on the tan cardstock block. Stamp three flowers on white cardstock using black ink, fill in the flowers with various colours of ink, and cut out the flowers; place the flowers on the tags. Add stick pins and a polka dot badge on the bottom right corner of the card base.

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HI Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Envelope, acrylic butterfly: Maya Road; Ribbon, stickers: American Crafts; Staples: Tim Holtz; Sequins: Prima; Chipboard letters: Cosmo Cricket; Pen: Ranger; Kit: Studio Calico

Doodle a border on a polka dot card base. Attach a floral paper block. Draw a border on a kraft envelope, staple two ribbon loops to the top right edge, and adhere the entire envelope on the card. Layer a journaling spot, an acrylic butterfly, and sequins on the bottom right corner of the envelope. Add “Hi” chipboard letters to the envelope.

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MOM Card is 5 x 4” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: October Afternoon, Studio Calico; Chipboard flower: Cosmo Cricket; Stickers: American Crafts, October Afternoon; Pearls: BasicGrey; Ink: Ranger; Kit: Studio Calico

Zigzag stitch a striped paper block on a kraft card base. Ink the edges of a bookprint paper piece and stitch it to the front of the card. Arrange “mom” letter stickers on a white cardstock strip, add a sentiment strip to the top, and place the entire piece on the right side of the card. Mat a chipboard flower on a circle sticker, then embellish the flower with a chipboard sentiment and pearls; adhere the entire piece to the left of the sentiment.

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RISE & SHINE Card is 4” square Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper, ribbon: Cosmo Cricket; Chipboard sun: Melissa Frances; Button: Making Memories; Jewels: Kaisercraft; Ink, crackle paint: Ranger

Arrange several ¾” wide patterned paper strips on a kraft card base, then zigzag stitch around the border. Place a ribbon loop on the left edge of a die cut label, attach a button to the ribbon, and adhere the label to the bottom of the card base. Ink the edges of a sentiment die cut and add it to the bottom of the label. Paint a chipboard sun using orange crackle paint, add jewels to the sun, and place the sun on the right edge of the card base.

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woodgrain if a tree fell in the woods // tree hugger

YOU MADE MY DAY by Kandis Smith Card is 3 ½ x 7 ¼” Cardstock: Core’dinations, Provo Craft; Patterned paper, flowers: Making Memories; Button: Dress It Up; Die cut photo corners: K & Company; Sentiment stamp, ink: Hero Arts; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Emboss flourishes on the top of a green cardstock block, then add it to the front of a white card base. Stitch the left and right edges of a polka dot paper strip to the middle of the card base. Stamp a woodgrain background on a kraft cardstock block, attach die cut photo corners to the top corners, and adhere the entire piece to the top of the card using foam adhesive. Die cut a bracket tag from yellow cardstock and stamp a sentiment in the centre; attach the tag to the woodgrain cardstock block. Layer flowers and a button below the sentiment tag.

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WITH GRATITUDE by Kalyn Kepner Card is 4 ½ x 5 ¼” Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket; Ribbon: Papertrey Ink, Westrim Crafts; String: DMC; Buttons: Papertrey Ink; Stamps: All Night Media (woodgrain), Papertrey Ink (leaf, sentiment); Ink: Clearsnap, VersaMark; Embossing powder: Hampton Arts; Pen: Sakura; Coloured pencil: Crayola; Corner rounder: McGill; Decorative scissors: Provo Craft

Stamp a woodgrain strip in the middle of a kraft card base, doodle above the woodgrain with a white pen, and heat emboss a sentiment above the doodling. Cut the top of a floral paper piece using decorative scissors, then ink the edges; attach the floral paper strip to the bottom of the card and round the right edges of the card. Adhere three buttons on the top of the floral paper strip and ink the edges of the entire card. Knot ribbon and string around the left side of the card base. Stamp a leaf on white cardstock, fill it in with a green coloured pencil, and cut it out; attach the leaf to the right side of the card using foam adhesive.

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GET WELL SOON by Dawn McVey Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ribbon, buttons, ink: Papertrey Ink; Stamps: Hero Arts; Circle cutter: Martha Stewart Crafts

Stamp a woodgrain background on a kraft card base. Notch the edges of a pink ribbon piece, then add it to the middle of the card. Stamp leaves, flowers, and a flower centre with a sentiment on various cardstock pieces; cut out the stamped flower pieces and layer them together on the card. Adhere three buttons on the flower centre.

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HELLO by Ashley Cannon Newell Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: Die Cuts with a View; Brad: Recollections; String: Craft supply; Jewels: Kaisercraft; Owl sticker: Hambly Studios; Sentiment stamp: Papertrey Ink; Ink: Clearsnap; Corner rounder: Corner Chomper by We R Memory Keepers

Adhere a woodgrain paper strip on the left side of a white card base and a yellow cardstock block on the right side; cover the seam with ribbon. Round the top right corner of the card base. Apply an owl sticker on the yellow cardstock block, then add jewels to the eyes. Create a tag from aqua cardstock, stamp “hello” on the bottom of the tag, and attach the tag to the bow using a brad and string.

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HI by Jennifer Hansen Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Patterned paper, ribbon: Cosmo Cricket; Brad: BasicGrey

Create a card using woodgrain paper and add a tree paper piece to the middle. Knot ribbon on the top of the card. Set a brad through a tag paper piece, then layer the tag paper piece and a “Hi” sentiment block on the card.

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TODAY AND ALWAYS by Heather Pulvirenti Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, stamps, ink: Papertrey Ink, Stampin’ Up!; Transparency: Hambly Studios; Die cut machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Stamp a woodgrain background on an aqua card base using white ink. Cut out a flourish from a transparency, then place it on the left side of the card. Die cut a tag from white cardstock and stamp a sentiment in the centre; adhere the sentiment to the right side of the card using foam adhesive.

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GROW TOGETHER by Lea Lawson Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock, stamps: Close To My Heart; Patterned paper: Close To My Heart, KI Memories; Ribbon: Renaissance by Design; Jewels: Doodlebug Design, Jesse James, Westrim Crafts; Ink: Clearsnap, Tsukineko; Corner rounder: EK Success; Die cut machine: Cricut by Provo Craft (Accent Essentials cartridge)

Round the corners of a woodgrain paper block, ink the edges, and adhere it to a cream card base. Die cut a flower from acorn paper, then cut it in half; add a geometric paper strip to the middle of the flower and place all three pieces on the woodgrain paper block. Stamp trees and a sentiment on a cream cardstock block, ink the edges, and attach it to the card base. Embellish the sentiment with three jewels and a bow. Stamp three tree trunks on cream cardstock, cut them out, and add them to the stamped trees. Place three jewels on the left tree. 117


HI FRIEND by Maile Belles Card is 5� square Cardstock, ribbon, button, ink: Papertrey Ink; String: Craft supply; Stamps: All Night Media, Papertrey Ink; Circle punch: Creative Memories; Circle cutter: Coluzzle

Stamp a woodgrain background on a cream cardstock block; cut circle frames from the stamped cardstock and pink cardstock, then layer them on a kraft card base. Cut a circle from cream cardstock and stamp a sentiment in the centre; add it to the left edge of the woodgrain circle. Stamp leaves on cream cardstock, cut them out, and place them on the bottom of the card. Create a flower using ribbon, a stamped woodgrain circle, and a button; place the flower on the stamped leaves.

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THANK YOU by Lynnette Kauffman Card is 4 ¼ x 5 ½” Cardstock, ink, punches, corner rounder: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket; Stamps (owl, sentiment): Hero Arts; Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix (Top Note die exclusively for Stampin’ Up!); Google eyes, balsa woods: Michaels

Punch a green cardstock strip using a border punch, attach it to the top edge of a floral paper block, and adhere the entire piece to the bottom of a yellow card base. Round the bottom corners of the card. Die cut a tag from balsa wood, then stamp a sentiment on the right side; adhere the tag to the card base. Stamp an owl on a green floral paper piece and cut it out; cut out wings, eyes, and a beak from various papers and adhere them on the owl along with google eyes. Cut a branch from brown cardstock, then layer it along with the owl on the tag.

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WHOO LOVES YOU? by Dustin Nakamura Card is 5 ¼ x 6 ½” Cardstock: Die Cuts with a View; Patterned paper, ribbon, stickers: American Crafts; Stamp: Inkadinkado

Stamp a bracket border on a floral paper block, cut it out, and attach it to a white card base; cut out the card around the floral paper piece. Cut a slightly smaller bracket frame from woodgrain paper, then stitch it to the centre of the card. Apply an owl sticker, a sentiment sticker, and a thought bubble sticker to the bottom of the card base. Make a knot on the bottom of a striped ribbon piece and pleat the ribbon onto the left side of the card.

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THANKS by Malinda Andrew Card is 5 ½ x 4 ¼” Cardstock: Provo Craft; Patterned paper: October Afternoon, craft supply; Transparency: KI Memories; Baker’s twine: Martha Stewart Crafts; Chipboard letter stickers: American Crafts; Pearl: Prima; Corner rounder: EK Success; Kit: Studio Calico

Round the corners of a kraft card base. Adhere a checkerboard paper strip to a slightly shorter bubble sheet paper block; round the corners of the bubble sheet paper block and attach it to the card base. Wrap baker’s twine several times around a woodgrain tag, then add it to the left side of the card base. Cut out a flower from a patterned transparency, add a pearl to the centre, and place the transparency on the woodgrain tag.

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templates scissors // cut & paste

LITTLE RED APPLE by Mary Jo Johnston Card is 3 ž x 4� Cardstock: American Crafts, Bazzill Basics; Glitter cardstock, brad: American Crafts; Ink: Ranger; Digital patterned paper: Miss Mint (Candy Cane Christmas kit), peppermintcreative.com

Cut a green card base into an apple, following the template as shown; cover the front of the card with red glitter. Cut two leaves from green glittered cardstock and a stem from brown cardstock, then place them on the top of the card base. Cut two apple cores from cream cardstock, ink the edges, and add them in the centre of the card; cut out apple seeds from black glittered cardstock and adhere them on the apple cores. Template on page 125 122


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SENDING YOU SUNSHINE AND LAUGHTER by Lynnette Kauffman Card is 5 x 3 ¾” Cardstock, ink: Stampin’ Up!; Patterned paper: Studio G; Jewels, stamp: Hero Arts; Punches: Martha Stewart Crafts, Marvy Uchida, Stampin’ Up!

Stamp the front of a blue card base with a cloud background; trace a cloud template on the back of the card and cut out around it. Punch a circle from yellow cardstock; cut several triangles from orange and yellow cardstock, adhere them behind the punched circle, and place the entire piece on the top left edge of the card. Stamp a sentiment on a white cardstock strip, notch the edges and add the sentiment to the bottom of the card base. Punch butterflies from various patterned papers, then add jewels to the butterfly bodies. Embellish the card with the butterflies. 124

Template on page 125


Leaf, cut 2

Stem

Little Red Apple card

Place edge against fold of cardstock and do not cut

Sending You Sunshine card 125 125


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