It doesn't have to take a lot of supplies to make cards. I recommend using a kit or a collection because your paper, stickers, and sentiments all coordinate. I have four kids, so I wanted to make each of them a card. I started with kraft cardstock as my card base on all of them, layered pattern paper and added these wonderful stickers or stamped images.
See tutorial and supplies listed below...
The top right card is the butterfly card I shared with you last week, all the instructions are "here." All of these top cards are 5x7" when finished.
And lastly all the cards in the front are for my three son's. I kept theirs masculine with more layers of red, hearts, stickers, and twine. They are 3x4" finished. So whether you make cards or buy cards, I hope I've given you some quick ideas to show your loved ones some love. ~Kim
WIW Color Challenge ~ Black, White and Red
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Supplies: Recollections kraft blank cards/envelopes at Michaels; Authentique: Yours Truly and Smitten (boys dot print) paper and stickers; MM Je'tame paper collection (daughters glitter stripe paper); BoBunny Red Double Dot 6x6 pad; Hero Arts Heart stamp and CTMH (Butterfly) #D1452 Find Your Style Set; Ranger Tim Holtz mini distress ink: festive berry, candied apple red; AC bakers twine and glitter ribbon; and Xyron 1.5" sticker maker.