3 Tiny Accessory Sets To Use With Your Cards

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
It’s As Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Card-making is a great way to sit down and use your hands, relax, and create something for someone else! It’s also is a simple way to put to practice the play-to-create system but on a smaller level! And when card-making, it can make it easier to know your go-to Designer Templates, especially if you’re an indecisive person! You don’t need a lot when it comes to making cards, and these are our 3 go-to Template sets:

Tiny Springtime

The Tiny Springtime Accessory set is great for layering since the set comes with everything you need for a fully bloomed flower! This card is great for a check-in with a friend or just a reminder that you’re there to help when needed! For the base of the card, Susan layered a strip of paper and then added the Adorn Tiny Border to add some more curves.

Tiny Wildflower

The Tiny Wildflower Accessory Set is great for tucking behind strips of paper and your favorite Tiny Borders! They add extra layers and fun opportunities to play with larger cards like Susan did with her ‘Just Peachy’ Card! Normal cards usually stay within the realm of ‘5 1/2 inch x 4 1/4 inch’ but you can try out ‘5 x 5’ or even a ‘6×6’! For some larger card ideas try out this Easle Card or even this Bracket Card!

Tiny Wacky

The Tiny Wacky Accessory Set is also perfect for creating movement on your card! It adds some curves without being overwhelming, and allows for some fun layering options, just like Tiny Wildflower. Another thing to note is Tiny Borders! The Tiny Borders were created in A/B sets so that they perfectly fit together! This allows for you to press them back to back, mix-and-match, or just use one! In other words, it’s easy! As you can see on Susan’s Happy Birthday card, she simply used the Wildside 2a/2B pair to add an extra layer!

Check Out The Video!

What's your favorite go-to Designer Template Set when it comes to card-making? Let us know in the comments!

Related Articles

How To Make A File Folder Album

If you haven’t been introduced to File Folder Albums then now is the time! This craft is a fun, compact way to fit a lot of photos in a little but beautifully personalized space. How long have you and your husband/wife or boyfriend/girlfriend been together? Track the time using this file folder album! Do you attend annual family reunions? Make a file folder and use those pictures! How do you make it, you ask? Let’s take a look.

10 Fun Ways to Use Fancy Frills

We love layering, and Fancy Frills are just the border to add those layers to your scrapbook layouts. Fancy Frills are here to make your borders the fanciest on all your scrapbook layouts! Fancy Frills pair with 3 of our already existing Borders, Jason Lane, Sunnybrook Lane, and Madison Ave. The curves in Fancy Frills follow the same curves as these Borders. Depending on how you play with these frills, you can make your scrapbook layouts delicate or adventurous or quirky. We wanted to share how people are using Fancy Frills and some tips and tricks they’ve discovered to take advantage of every edge.

Make Four Countdown Calendars With A Snap Frame

Snap Frames are built to be the perfect seasonal decor with magnetic frames that make it easy to snap new insert designs, layer, and change it up, giving you a variety of ways to use these home decor frames all year long and interchange when you have an itch to do so. From Easter Snap Frames to Christmas Snap Frames, you can keep the fun going all year long! It doesn’t just have to be decoration though! You can make it an interactive calender with just a few alterations. Have a summer vacation you’re looking forward to? Can’t wait to get to Disneyland/Disneyworld? From Holidays to Birthdays, make it that much more exciting by designing your own countdown calendar!