Card Creations, Vol. 6

If you thought Card Creations couldn’t get any more spectacular, here’s a sneak peek at a few of the fabulous cards from our sixth volume! This issue promises to wow even the most advanced card maker, while offering plenty of ideas and techniques that beginners will love. With the variety of styles and designs that can be easily adapted for tags, scrapbook accents, invitations, and more, you’ll find what you need for every occasion all in one issue. Spread some joy to your family, friends, and neighbors with the heartfelt, funny, and inventive ideas in Card Creations Volume 6.

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Designer: Jana Millen

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (red, white, blue, orange, pink, green) Bazzill Basics Paper Rub-ons: (celebrate!) Creative Café Tool: (corner rounder punch) Creative Memories Finished size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Cut cardstock slightly smaller than card front. Cut squares from cardstock; adhere. Note: Round corners of two squares. 3 Stitch edges of squares. Adhere piece to card. 4 Apply rub-ons.

Designer: Kandis Smith

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white, blue) Patterned paper: (Happy Little Trees, Sowing Seeds, Stylishly Arranged from Story of a Seed collection) Dream Street Papers Rubber stamp: (hugs from Love Ya set) Hero Arts Dye ink: (black) Clearsnap Accents: (red heart rhinestones) Hero Arts; (blue heart stick pin) Heidi Grace Designs; (chipboard tag) Fancy Pants Designs Fibers: (red ribbon) Adhesive: (foam tape) Tool: (3/4" circle punch) Creative Memories Finished size: 5 1/2" square

1 Make card from cardstock. Cover with patterned paper. 2 Cut slightly smaller piece of cardstock. Adhere patterned paper strips; zigzag-stitch seams. Adhere to card. 3 Tie with ribbon. 4 Trim tree from patterned paper; adhere. Punch three circles from patterned paper, adhere rhinestones, and adhere with foam tape. 5 Cover chipboard tag with patterned paper; sand edges. Stamp hugs. Insert stick pin and adhere with foam tape.

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