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How many of you have had a minor panic attack when you？found yourself in a last-minute situation requiring a card？ Be it someone’；s birthday， anniversary or a simple ‘；thank you’；…；？Instead of getting a ready-made？one from the shop， why not？make it？ That way you will always have a stash of any-occasion， unique cards that you can personalise by adding that one special？sentiment or the recipient’；s name. Our Crew？members，？Angelique Jarrierpersonalized fathers day gifts， Tonya Trantham and Beth Bryd， show you how to？make an amazing set of greeting cards that you can have ‘；just in case’；.？
Once you have the goodies out make a set and put them away for all those surprise events.vintage linens
‘；Hello! I would like to share with you a very fun and easy project： making quick but beautiful greeting cards. It might be a good idea for you to make 2 cards at a time (just like I did) and use your glimmer mists to achieve interesting colour combinations.’；？–；？says Angelique.
Materials used：Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Tattered LeatherTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； WheatTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Vintage BrassTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Turquoise BlueTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； GraphiteTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； NougatTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Crushed ShellsTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； GoldTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； AtlanticTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Icicle BlueCanvas Corp？Tags &； Ties Skinny –； WhiteCanvas Corp Tags &； Ties Round –； White (10)White A4 cardStencilsStampsModeling pasteEmbossing powder
Here is a video showing you all the steps in detail：
？Angelique has also a couple of tips for you：–； Through a stencil， apply modelling paste to your card. Here， I created？two different designs side by side to make two different cards.–； Group complimenting colours in sets of 4 to？create impression of depth and shade.–； Ink the edges of our cards to give？some contrast.–； To finish，？decorate with tags， labels， and embellishments of choice.
You can find more creative inspiration on Angelique’；s blog and Facebook page where she designs as Boule De Scrap.
Tonya Trantham is showing us a bit more ‘；mature’； wine-themed cards using？Canvas？Corp Vino &； Ale Collection. See how cool and sophisticated her cards are!
Tonya says –； ‘；I created a set of cards using the Vino and Ale Collection from Canvas Corp. I wanted to create cards that were more “；mature”； for some of my older friends and this collection is perfect for that.’；
Materials used：Canvas Corp Vino &； Ale –； Black and Kraft Wine Glasses RevCanvas Corp？Vino &； Ale –； Vino and Cheese on Kraft CardstockCanvas Corp Kraft CardstockCanvas Corp Ivory CardstockTattered Angels Glimmer Mist？Walnut Gold7 Gypsies Moments paper？Take Our Breath AwayRobin’；s Nest Dew DropsPaper DoilySequinsTwineChalk Ink
Tonya also has some tips for you：–； Fussy cut the elements you want to use as embellishment； I used the wine bottle and glass from the Vino and Cheese on Kraft Cardstock.–； You can die-cut various floral elements from any of the papers； ink and shape them before adding to the card.–； Use Tattered Angels mists to add depth and shading.
To see more of Tonya’；s projects， visit her？blog， Instagram and YouTube.
One more clever little card to get your mind going…；.we think birthday， anniversary， but there are other fun days to make a card –； encouragement day， friendship day， sister day， oh make one for everyday.
Making？your own cards is really pretty simple and it is oh so personal. ？We？hope you enjoyed those three easy ways to create unique， one-off cards that you can use for any occasion.
Have fun crafting!!!
Dreadfully sophisticated and shockingly fun, this Halloween decoration hung on the front door gets the holiday off to a screaming start.
Whether it’s a treat for a solo tea or a large afternoon tea party, we have an idea. The idea is inspired by a very old family recipe of Renata’s, which we are more than happy to share with you. We hope you remember the classical yet modern table setting created by Renata. As her family history goes, these cookies are inseparable from traditional celebrations and big weddings. By the way, in Lithuania linen accessories have always been the number one choice for these occasions.
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