Monday, August 22, 2016


Happy Monday, Paper Crafters! We're so excited to bring you today's post full of gorgeous cards and inspiration. Hurry into the shop to create this week's Make N Takes. 

Haven't heard about our Make N Takes? Each week Creations Galore offers three new, gorgeous cards for you to create. Each card is only $2 and includes all the tools and materials needed to create it. Just bring along your own adhesive. This is perfect for beginner to advanced card makers. It's self paced with step-by-step instructions, someone is on hand to demonstrate if needed, and it always includes new products and techniques for everyone to try!

Stop into Creations Galore any time during store hours -- The Make N Take station is always open! We recommend coming in at least one hour before close. For more information, feel free to give us a call at (920) 983-0033. 

This weeks cards will be available from now until 4:00 PM on Saturday, August 27th.

Card One: Mushroom In My Heart
Create your own background with a variety of stamps from Mint Owl Studio. 

SUPPLIES Cardstock: Paper Cut, Copic (X-Press It Blending Card). Patterned Paper: Echo Park Paper. Stamps: Mint Owl Studio (My Dear). Inks: Memento (Rich Cocoa), VersaFine (Onyx Black), Copic Markers, Wink Of Stella (Clear). Embossing Powder: Ranger (Clear).

Card Two: Vintage Mister
Learn how to use Distress Inks to create this masculine, all occasion card. 

SUPPLIES Cardstock: Paper Cut. Patterned Paper: Rocky Mountain Scrapbook Co. Stamps: DoCrafts (Mister), Hero Arts (Many Everyday Messages). Inks: VersaFine (Onyx Black), Distress Ink (Black Soot), VersaMark Watermark. Embossing Powder: Wow (Bright White).

Card Three: Big Hugs
Use background stamps, embossing powder, and cutting dies to create this card.

SUPPLIES Cardstock: Paper Cut. Stamps: My Favorite Things, Hero Arts (Many Everyday Messages). Inks: Distress Inks (Vintage Photo), VersaMark Watermark. Embossing Powder: Wow (Bright White). Cutting Dies: Tim Holtz for Sizzix (Wildflowers). 

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