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This slider card is one of my favourites because of how easy it is to make and how fun it is to slide in and out.  This template, in particular, holds a maximum of 6 - 2x3" photos and features an easy to close tab and slot. Buy the template here!   Materials needed: Template Cardstock Scissors Ruler X-Acto Knife Tape Cutting Mat Double sided tape Once you have your template printed out, cut and separate each part.   We'll start with the card base. You will need to align the blue squares to assemble the full template. After you have...

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The hexagon gift/favour box is becoming my new favourite.  It's ridiculously easy to make yet adds so much to a gift especially because you've made it yourself.  I was inspired by a 5 paper origami box that had a pentagon base instead.  What caught my eye was the closure mechanism that was used, 2 oppositely strung ribbons kept the box closed. I am offering this template for free you just need to click on the link provided below.  It comes in a PDF and SVG format.  The SVG file will be inside of a .ZIP file because it include the...

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This adorable card is the perfect base for your next greeting card and will surely put a smile on your recipient's face when it POPs open.  The rounded card in a box is a variation to the first box in a card.  When putting all together, the card measures 5 x 5" with each panel measuring 2.5 x 2.5". Buy your template here! For the video tutorial, I've gone through a Father's Day layout for the pop-up graphics. You can use any graphics you'd like and you can customise it however you wish.  If you would like to make a...

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A shirt card is simple to make and quick to impress your family and friends.  This is the perfect card to whip together for Father's Day which is only a week away. Get the template here! The templates give you the option to make 5 different variations of this card.  You can fit a picture and a message inside the card. Watch the tutorial!

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Today's tutorial will be on a twisting pop up card.  This card uses a simple mechanism to twist and pop four 2x3" pictures.  The closed card measures 5x3-3/4" and can be made in landscape and portrait format. Once you have the template printed and scored most of the work is folding. For more instructions follow the video tutorial. Get your template here! Step 1 Once you've got the template, use it to cut your pieces, and then score the pieces.     We'll be starting off with the mechanism. Get your mechanism and fold it in half like a hotdog. Make...

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