Chevron Halloween Cards

Chevron Halloween Cards
By Judi Kauffman

chevron-1 chevron-2 chevron-3The new Chevron Background die is so much fun to use! It cuts a rectangle that will fill an A2-size card front. It also cuts lots of smaller pieces, some with decorative stitched lines, as well as ten flag pieces with holes at the top for stringing them together as banners.

I decided to cut the Chevron Background from Bright Orange Soft Finish Cardstock and challenged myself to use every single piece for a batch of Halloween cards. Backing the cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet before cutting made it extra fast and easy.

Though I ended up with three cards; you could make more cards by using fewer pieces on each one.

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It’s All Glitter


Yes, this entire card is created by using glitter on all the die cuts. Good Morning, this is Selma Stevenson today. I admit, I am not great at coloring, but I love to add color by using glitter, especially on Christmas cards. Below I will show you my glitter organization and explain how I created my card.

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Thank You

Good Morning Everyone! It’s Tina here today for Susan’s Garden Club. My card was inspired by a wonderful couple who treated us like family. They heard about my card making and had seen pictures and were amazed at how lifelike Susan’s flowers dies are. I knew I had to make them a Thank You card for the warmth they showed us. Below you will find easy steps to recreate this card.

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Pop it Ups Wednesday With Raquel – “Charmed” Earrings

Hello my crafty friends! It’s Raquel Mason here today. Halloween is my favorite holiday! The idea to make ghost earrings using Halloween Charms woke me up from my slumber one morning. So I did exactly that, and another pair using Holiday Charms. Let me show you how easy it is to make a pair for yourself!


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Macarons and Asters Birthday Card


Hi everyone, Annette Green here with Susan’s Garden Design Team, and I’ve got a “sweet” birthday card to share today. I adore the new Macarons die by Joset. Combined with the Christmas Pudding die for the cake stand and the easy-to-assemble Aster flower die by Susan, this fun card came together easily. Let me show you the steps so you can try your own. Continue reading

Merry Christmas Card


Hello!!!  It’s Wanda here today to share a beautiful Christmas card that could easily be done production line style. It uses the newest Merry Christmas die set designed by Suzanne Cannon. I love the style and size of this set and the fact that you can arrange the words however you’d like.

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Hedge Over Heels for You –

Hi everyone, it’s Sandy Diller here today with a “fun pun” anniversary card for you. I have been wanting to use this great Hedgehog die from Joset Designs for awhile but was having trouble with a theme. I have to give my friend Susie credit for this one. As soon as I heard it – the idea was born. I looked up hedgehogs on the Internet and found that they are shades of brown and shades of gray so gave you one of each on this card. I kept the front of the card simple because the fun is on the inside. The finished size of this card is 5″ X 7″.

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