October 3rd is World Cardmaking Day! To celebrate, we have scoured the Gallery for inspiration. We found cards for all seasons and made in a variety of styles. Check out a few of the cards we had to feature! Also, click here to join the Scrapbook.com Card Challenge and share your creations with others!
The bright colors in Ajmcgarvey's celebratory card would bring a smile to any recipient's face.
Using the vintage designs from Graphic 45, Gloriadee created a sophisticated card with a fresh color palette.
Aly Dosdall demonstrates that you can make an entire card set using an Echo Park paper collection because all of the papers included coordinate perfectly with each other.
Ddobson's pretty and playful card uses fun distressed stamping and an extra-large candy corn to wish a Halloween-styled "I love you."
Sajciastyczna's card features a combination of adorable die cuts. Again, including items from one pack or collection means everything goes together perfectly!
We love Teriishere's addition of the enamel dots on the hanging Christmas ornaments.
Audreypettit expertly pulled together a beautiful color combination and created a mini scene on her card using die cuts and a chipboard frame.
We adore the watercolor background that SHEL9999 painted for her card!
The combination of metal, stitching, cork and more provides so much visual interest on NicoleNowosad's card.
Ginger Williams's created a card base with cut out stars and backed them with strips of washi tape for a big impact!
Mendi Yoshikawa demonstrates that everything on a well-executed card relates to its theme. From her adorable crayons, to her sentiment stamped on a circle of lined paper, to the background notebook punched sheet, everything on this card is related to a school supply theme.
We would love to receive Olleharr's beautiful shaker box card in the mail!
Are you creating (and sending) cards for World Cardmaking Day? Be sure to share in the Gallery before you drop them in the mail! Don't forget to follow the Scrapbook.com blog (RSS is HERE) and sign up for the Scrapbook.com newsletter for all the latest news and specials. Thanks for stopping by!