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4 Supplies – 4 Cards by Sandpaper Road |Creek Bank Creations “Happy” Panel Die

Watch Sandpaper Road use 4 supplies to create 4 cards! Today's cards feature the "Happy Happy Happy" Panel Die by Creek Bank Creations.

Craft Outfitting, Inspiration to get more done, scrapbooking, Use What You Have

The Sandpaper Road Formula™ | the ultimate hack to choose patterned paper for cardmaking, scrapbooking & papercrafting

If you are guilty of being more of a "collector of supplies" than an actual papercrafter, the Sandpaper Road Formula™ will help you get through your mountains of supplies. 

Greeting Cards, Papercraft Like a Pro

Triangle Birthday Card Using Creative Stamping Magazine Issue 52 stamp set

Think outside of the standard rectangle greeting card shape! Try this triangle-shaped card! #sandpaperroad #creativestampingmagazine

Greeting Cards, Use What You Have

Use What You Have | Happy Birthday Shaker Card Using a Plastic Container

Thinking about trying to make a shaker card, but don't want to purchase a bunch of acetate sheets? Save your plastic take out containers instead!

Featured Manufacturer, Greeting Cards

Lighthouse Card Using Creek Bank Creations stamps & dies

This easy-to-create lighthouse card fits perfectly inside a regular #10 business envelope...

Greeting Cards

EASY DIY Baby Card or Birth Announcement using Papertrey Ink “Onesie Die”

Papercraft like a PRO using the "Onesie" die from Papertrey Ink! It's QUICK and EASY! Watch the complete video tutorial here:   1. Start with 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" colored cardstock and 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" white cardstock. Cut the colored cardstock in half, lengthwise. Then fold ONE of the colored halves in… Continue reading EASY DIY Baby Card or Birth Announcement using Papertrey Ink “Onesie Die”

Inspiration to get more done

Inspiration to get more done – Finishing half-done cards

Be inspired to get more done! Finish half-done greeting cards with supplies you already have on hand. Today I completed 12 "card starts" in one sitting without leaving my craft table!