Making Cards

Making Cards

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Making cards is easy with this ebook Making Cards by Jenny Cocks. This ebook contains two fully printable cardmaking kits, with art papers hand painted by Theresa Mann, including alphabet designs, ribbon strips, greetings and embellishments in two striking designs.

The six chapters cover different techniques, with step-by-step guides and examples of how to use the kits. There are 24 project cards shown in the ebook, and you could use the papers to make many more designs of your own.

Techniques covered: eyelets, punching, distressing, stitching, adding dimension with raised embellishments, heat embossing, printing on textured papers.

Making Cards is ‘a great introduction to computer cardmaking with over 20 step-by-step guides to get you started. You’ll find page after page of card ideas, plus ‘how to’ guides from eyelet setting to printing onto textured surfaces like vellum or shrink plastic!

To top it off you can print out 17 pages of patterned paper, again, and again, and again . . so this is really a computer craft kit’ – PaperCraft Inspirations

Helpful Information

Buy Making Cards now, as an instant download or on disk.

If you have never used a Vivebooks ebook before, then bear this in mind.

  • They can be printed out
  • You can view them on any device (if you’re using a phone, download to a computer first and then transfer the file)
  • Our very helpful FAQs page will help with any questions you have

 

Download file size: 103Mb
ISBN: 978-1-906314-03-3

Also by Jenny Cocks:

Making Christmas Cards
Making Christmas Cards by Jenny Cocks

More Christmas Cards:

Beaded Christmas Gifts and Cards
Beaded Christmas Gifts and Cards, ebook by Katie Dean

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Ebook Type (download or CD-ROM)

Downloadable ebook, Physical cd-rom

3 reviews for Making Cards

  1. Trevor Wiggins

    How did I cope without this?!
    I was a total novice and having seen Jenny’s work in various magazines, I decided to give it a go myself with the help of her ebook.
    I ended up making cards I am really proud of as it guided me through step-by-step and made it so easy to produce fab ones!
    I loved the gorgeous printable kits and one of the best things is because it is a ebook it doesn’t take up too much room in my stash.
    I liked the fact it was relevant for a newbie like me but also has areas to stretch yourself – I’m now working my way through the techniques to teach myself how to punch and stitch.
    Highly recommended and a real bargain!
    Review submitted by Rachel

  2. Trevor Wiggins

    Just wanted to let you know, I looked through the e-book to write up the giveaway article and was really impressed with how much content is jammed into your e-book! [CD ROM]. It really is a great product, especially with the matching papers too.
    (Papercraft Inspirations Magazine)

  3. Trevor Wiggins

    I just loved the designs in this ebook. Beautiful, clear colours and designs, and no need to use stamps. (unless you want to of course). I hope to see many more like this.
    Review submitted by Pamela

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Description

Making cards is easy with this ebook Making Cards by Jenny Cocks. This ebook contains two fully printable cardmaking kits, with art papers hand painted by Theresa Mann, including alphabet designs, ribbon strips, greetings and embellishments in two striking designs.

The six chapters cover different techniques, with step-by-step guides and examples of how to use the kits. There are 24 project cards shown in the ebook, and you could use the papers to make many more designs of your own.

Techniques covered: eyelets, punching, distressing, stitching, adding dimension with raised embellishments, heat embossing, printing on textured papers.

Making Cards is ‘a great introduction to computer cardmaking with over 20 step-by-step guides to get you started. You’ll find page after page of card ideas, plus ‘how to’ guides from eyelet setting to printing onto textured surfaces like vellum or shrink plastic!

To top it off you can print out 17 pages of patterned paper, again, and again, and again . . so this is really a computer craft kit’ – PaperCraft Inspirations

Helpful Information

Buy Making Cards now, as an instant download or on disk.

If you have never used a Vivebooks ebook before, then bear this in mind.

  • They can be printed out
  • You can view them on any device (if you’re using a phone, download to a computer first and then transfer the file)
  • Our very helpful FAQs page will help with any questions you have

 

Download file size: 103Mb
ISBN: 978-1-906314-03-3

Also by Jenny Cocks:

Making Christmas Cards
Making Christmas Cards by Jenny Cocks

More Christmas Cards:

Beaded Christmas Gifts and Cards
Beaded Christmas Gifts and Cards, ebook by Katie Dean

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Ebook Type (download or CD-ROM)

Downloadable ebook, Physical cd-rom

3 reviews for Making Cards

  1. Trevor Wiggins

    How did I cope without this?!
    I was a total novice and having seen Jenny’s work in various magazines, I decided to give it a go myself with the help of her ebook.
    I ended up making cards I am really proud of as it guided me through step-by-step and made it so easy to produce fab ones!
    I loved the gorgeous printable kits and one of the best things is because it is a ebook it doesn’t take up too much room in my stash.
    I liked the fact it was relevant for a newbie like me but also has areas to stretch yourself – I’m now working my way through the techniques to teach myself how to punch and stitch.
    Highly recommended and a real bargain!
    Review submitted by Rachel

  2. Trevor Wiggins

    Just wanted to let you know, I looked through the e-book to write up the giveaway article and was really impressed with how much content is jammed into your e-book! [CD ROM]. It really is a great product, especially with the matching papers too.
    (Papercraft Inspirations Magazine)

  3. Trevor Wiggins

    I just loved the designs in this ebook. Beautiful, clear colours and designs, and no need to use stamps. (unless you want to of course). I hope to see many more like this.
    Review submitted by Pamela

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