Happy Fall, Y'all!! Fall is definitely my favorite season and I'm happy to share some fall and Halloween themed cards with you today using my Kiwi Lane Designer Templates.
As you may have heard, this month's featured sets are Halloween and Tiny Holiday. These sets go hand in hand and work so well together! I love that the Tiny Holiday template set has all the tiny versions of shapes from Christmas, Halloween and Winter. Whether you're a card maker or a scrapbooker, these sets should be in your stash! If you happen to be a card maker, you probably just read that and thought, "Huh? Why do I need to have the large holiday sets?" Well, to make your card base, of course! Let me show you what I mean.
First off, here are the cards I made:
Supplies: cardstock (American Crafts, Georgia-Pacific); patterned paper (Studio Calico); brad and sticker (Doodlebug); glitter glue (Ranger); ink (Ranger, Superior); enamel dots (SEI); embossing folder (Darice); jewels, button, wire, stamps (craft supply).
You'll notice they are not your typical square or rectangular cards. They're shaped cards and so easy using your templates! First step- grab a manilla folder and some templates from the Halloween template set. Leaving some of the template hanging off the folded side of the manilla folder, trace your template. It should look something like this:
Now cut out your shapes. Leaving some of the template hanging over the edge when you trace and cut makes the shape a card, like this:
Grab the templates you used to cut your card base and start planning your card. Layer with smaller templates and make sure the majority of the smaller templates are on top of the larger one and not hanging too far off to ensure your card layers are strong and will adhere together. Here are my "Framed" cards:
Now trace, cut and decorate your cards and you're ready to give away some gorgeous shaped cards that were easy to do with your Kiwi Lane templates!
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!!
Tiny Holiday 2,4,5