1. Use craft papers from the same paper pad for a coordinated look2. When trying out a new card fold or style, measure and cut it out on a piece of cheap copy paper first to save your best cardstock3. Use embellishments in groups of odd numbers i.e. 3,5,7 it gives a more pleasing look
4. Keep your scraps of card and paper for punching out shapes such as butterflies, flowers etc5. Keep a sketch book for when you see a card layout that you love ...you can note down the layout and use it again for when your Card making inspiration has gone.If you have a top tip for card making that wasn’t mentioned, why not share it with the rest of the community in the comments section below or in the Hints and tips section of the forum
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