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3 Card Making Tips

That's the Ticket

 Need ideas for cards?  Are you stuck in a rut?  Try these Tips & Tricks for Card Making

Truly Grateful 

Card Tip #1

Choose a stamp set or a theme.  For today's card I chose the Truly Grateful stamp set.  Notice the border stamped across the top and the wheat and "Thankful for" in the corner.  

Tickets make great accents for cards sorta like pillows on a couch, so I chose the That's the Ticket Stamp set as a backup.

Sunset in Ohio

 Card Tip #2

Choose a color combo.  Last night's sunset helped me zoom in on my color choices.  You can find color inspiration everywhere-nature, magazines & books,  paintings, advertisements.  The list goes on and on.  If you see something you like, take a look at the colors that made it.

Mojo Monday

Card Tip #3

Try a card sketch or look at a layout from a card that you like.    Use these 3 Card Making Tips and you will always have ideas for great cards. 


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Have a marvelous Monday!



Truly Grateful


Stamps: Truly Grateful, That's the Ticket

Paper:  Soft Sky, Crisp Cantaloupe, 2013-2015 Designer Series Paper Stack, Typset Designer Paper

Ink: Hello Honey, Tuxedo Black Memento Ink or Jet Black Stazon Ink

Tools:  Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Ticket Duo Punch, Banner Framelits Dies

Accessories:  Gold Sequin Trim, White Baker's Twine


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