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Interests: Mine and Yours. (design test): What I like to do.

A libguide about what I like to do, what I want to do and an invitation to share your likes.

Card Making Resources

There are a ton of websites full of card making ideas and techniques. This is just a few of the ones I use the most.

Examples of Cards that I have made.

 

 

I love to make cards!

 

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I love to make cards.  It is relaxing, and fun.  You don't have to be a great artist to end up with a great looking card.  And the best things is you can then share what you created with others by just sending a card. I have been making my own cards for over 8 years now.  I got introduced to this hobby by one of my best friends.  She taught me how to stamp and color simple cards, and I have been learning new techniques ever since. Two of my friends and I get together almost every Wednesday night and work on our projects.  We learn from each other, try out new techniques together and just have a lot of fun creating cards to send to family and friends. 

My Craft Corner

This shows you where I work on my cards at home. You don't need much space.  Just a little storage space and a table to work on.

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Maxine Chipman
Contact:
maxine.chipman9@gmail.com

How to get started

To get started you will need just a few basic tools and materials, and soon you'll be creating cards for every occasion; along with other card items such as gift tags, party invitations, notecards, place settings and wedding stationery.These website really lay out some of the basic supplies you will need to get started. 

Just check out a link or two and let your creativity loose.

 Getting Started with Card Making

Card-making Companion 

Getting started with Pearl's tips

 

Check out the Web... there are all kinds of ideas and helpful tips out there.