Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Card Creating With Craft Fantastic

Hi Everyone! Have you checked by the online store lately? Have you noticed the section called Card Creating? Well I got to attend some classes at Craft Fantastic Headquarters and Oh My Goodness I had such a blast! One of the classes I went to was a cardmaking class. Now on the website you will see Card Kits as well as Luxe-Line Cards and Envelopes. These Card Kits are great! They come with card bases, envelopes, instructions and all the parts and pieces. You just need to add Glaze and Glue and your preferred paper adhesives and a scissor or paper trimmer and it is super quick and super easy to make really gorgeous cards.

Now I have been a paper crafter and card maker for almost twenty years. I have to tell you these new Luxe-Line cards are fabulous! When you are making cards you really need to use a sturdy card base and these are sturdy, have a fabulous feel to them and are great to work with. The card bases measure 6 and 3/4 inches by 4 and 3/4 inches. There are five different choices: white kraft, off-white kraft, kraft, pastels and brights.

Today I am going to feature the brights and show you how quickly and easily these can come together.

If you are like me you may work on several projects at a time, and perhaps, like me, you hate to throw out any leftovers. So take a look at your scraps, look at the beautiful colors in the different luxe card bases and see what you can come up with. I bet you have some 6 x 6 paper pads that you have used on projects and have some pieces left. Perhaps those sheets that have titles on them. Those are perfect for use with our Jewelers Glass.
That can make a great focal point.

Or perhaps you made several jewelry pieces and have a few images left over on your image sheet. Those can also make great focal point images with Jewelers Glass. How about a diecut that you thought you were going to use on another project and then wound up not using. Here are two quick and easy CAS cards. These were created as I was working on other projects and wanted to make use of leftover parts and pieces.

Give it a try! I can't wait to see what you come up with!



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