Typically, we spend the majority of shaker card construction working on top of a cardstock panel. The "inside out" technique works with the actual card BASE during the whole construction, building the shaker down INSIDE the card. Do you ever notice that regular shaker cards are sometimes "top heavy"? You will see a big difference in the distribution of weight when you put the shaker INSIDE the card.
Today I am sharing an EASY Gatefold Card using the Diagonal Gatefold Card Die Set by Creek Bank Creations. I am totally addicted to this die set right now! It scores and cuts cardstock in one swipe to make the perfect fold-out card. AND, it fits inside an A2-sized envelope! #creekbankcreations #sandpaperroad #gatefoldcard
For this project, I am using the "Risen" stamp set from MayMay Made It. This project is SO easy to make, even for a beginner! Check out the full process...
This 12"x12" scrapbook layout was the project I submitted for the Academy of Scrapbooking and Arts World Scrapbooking Championship of 2018-2019. Read the behind-the-scenes story of this layout in my on the Sandpaper Road blog HERE: https://sandpaperroad.com/2019/02/02/behind-the-scenes-of-the-best-is-yet-to-be-scrapbook-layout
Fall in love with your glitter all over again and make beautiful cards that look like you spent hours at your craft table! In only a few moments, and with only a few supplies, you can create projects just like the holiday card I created today. Start with some basics: cardstock, glitter, double-sided adhesive tape and dies...
Think outside of the standard rectangle greeting card shape! Try this triangle-shaped card! #sandpaperroad #creativestampingmagazine
The problem is NOT your artistic ability... it's probably just your color combination.