Equipment

 

You’re likely to need the following basic things in order to make most of my cards:

Coloured card and paper – textures, metallics and shininess add uniqueness

Scissors – nail scissors are good for detail; kitchen scissors for ‘big’ cutting

Glue – whatever type you work best with – PVA,  Prittstick, sellotape, double-sided tape

Pencil, pencil sharpener

Ruler

A fountain pen or ball-point for writing a message inside the card

Coloured pens – gel pens, felt tip pens, pencil crayons, pastels e.t.c.

Envelopes and stamps

The following are pretty optional extras or equipment needed for more extreme card making:

Buttons

Sequins

Paints and a paint brush

Felt

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