How To Creating A Clear Card

This month I am excited to be sharing with you Christmas Cards featuring the Stampin Up Bundle Tidings & Trimming.

On my Facebook Live Monday morning I created 2 cards.

This first card features a technique I’ve been wanting to try for a long time. I had seen a photo of card someone created that was totally clear.

How To Creating A Clear Card

I know it is hard to tell from the photo that entire card started off clear. Once you see this card I would love to know what you think of it.

In the video below I share both cards, and the process of creating them.

The second card I created is inspired by a card found in the Annual catalog on page 88.

I find that when I’m struggle to create a card, or just plain get creative I often need a jumping off point.

Casing a card can be a so helpful. CASE a card stands for “Copy And Share Everything”. I find that once I start to copy a card other ideas comes to me and I end up creating something amazing.

How To Creating A Clear Card

Below you will find a link to the PDF that I have created for you.

This PDF has all the measurements for both cards, along with a photo, color combo, and a supply list.

How To Creating A Clear Card

You can purchase any of the supplies I used on today’s project in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below. Remember when you purchase $35 or more I will send you My Favorite Card Kit of the Month.

These projects were so much fun to share with you. I hope you will give them a try.

Stampin Up Designer Paper Sale

This month some of our amazing designer paper is on sale! I tend to stock up on pattern paper when it goes on sale.

Let me know in the comments below which designer paper you picked up, and which one is your favorite.

Thank you for stopping by my website. I hope you enjoyed todays project. I will be back later in the week to share some more project with you.

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  1. Regarding your warped plates. I put mine on a cookie sheet in oven on the lowest temperature and put a brick or heavy object that can withstand the oven. They’ll straighten out.


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