Transparent Thanksgiving Card

Transparent cards come and go, but I think that there are enough people who’ve never received one, that they still make a tremendous splash when they’re presented!  This one is a simple one, but still elegant.

All you need is a transparency or acetate paper, some harvest cardstock, an embossing folder (optional), peel-off stickers (optional), a vellum saying, a pumpkin die cut and you’re ready to go.

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Stacked Dazzles For Beautiful Handmade Cards!

When I hear the word scrapbook stickers, I always conjure up images of a flat embellishment that works ok for filling up space, but is not usually the focal point in your project.

This is however not true of Stacked Dazzle Stickers. They come in silver or gold and they are beautiful and intricate designs that easily can become the focal point of your project and don’t involve a lot of work on your part. On the picture above, you can see on the inside if the card that I printed a greeting on left over paper from the outside of the card, then used stickers from the same sheet for the corners. See how easy Stacked Dazzles are to use below!

Add stickers for spice

Hannah Chipboard Tag Stickers

Need a quick and easy way to finish off scrapbook pages? Try stickers! Sometimes I’ve worked on a page and there’s just something missing. That’s when I look through my sticker stash. They’re a practical tool that are inexpensive and just plain easy.

If you’re thinking now of the stickers your teacher gave you in school, that’s way off these days. Now you can get stickers that are practically works of art. Layered, sewn, beaded, glittered, even ones that allow you to store a keepsake inside! Cool huh? So come on, add a sticker or two and make your scrapbook pages stand out from the rest!