Card Creations: Quick & Easy, Vol. 2

If you’re short on time, but not creativity, Card Creations: Quick & Easy Volume 2 is the magazine for you. Just like its premiere issue, Volume 2 is packed with cards for every occasion that can be completed in 5 steps or less! You can make thank you cards in a snap, fun birthday cards for everyone on your list, and tell a special friend hello in a matter of minutes. Don’t miss out on this special issue that will have you connecting with loved ones in quick, yet stunning ways. Here’s a sneak peek at some of our favorite projects from Card Creations: Quick & Easy Volume 2! On sale now!


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Designer: Kim Kesti

SUPPLIES:  Cardstock: (Victorian Iris, Reed, kraft) Bazzill Basics Paper  Accents: (yellow-green eyelets) Creative Impressions; (chipboard chair) Cosmo Cricket  Other: (vintage book page)  Finished size: 4 1/2" x 5 3/4"

1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Cut vintage book page; double-mat with cardstock and adhere. 3 Adhere chipboard chair. Attach eyelets.



Designer: Linda Beeson

SUPPLIES:  Cardstock: (white)  Patterned paper: (Rumble from White Out Frenzy collection) We R Memory Keepers; (White Line Background) Scenic Route  Clear stamps: (bird from Birds Galore set) Inkadinkado  Dye ink: (black) Clearsnap  Chalk ink: (green) Clearsnap  Color medium: (red, yellow, green, pink glitter markers) Copic Marker  Accents: (yellow flower) Prima; (black brad) Creative Impressions  Rub-ons: (sentiment) Making Memories; (daydream) Luxe Designs  Adhesive: (foam tape)  Template: (circle) Provo Craft  Tool: (decorative-edge scissors) Family Treasures  Finished size: 5 1/2" square

1 Make card from patterned paper; ink edges. 2 Cut patterned paper circle using template. Mat with patterned paper circle; trim with decorative-edge scissors and ink edges. Adhere to card. 3 Apply rub-ons. 4 Stamp bird on cardstock; trim and color with ink and markers. 5 Attach flower to bird with brad; adhere with foam tape.

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