A Colorful Card for Saint Patrick’s Day!

Hello Friends! Tonight I am sharing a card that is easy and fun to make:

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I love all of the cheerful colors available in corrugated paper from Papermart. Each package has ten 20″x27″ sheets for only $3.20 making it a great value for seasonal crafts and crafting with children. The most surprising thing about it was that I could use it with my paper punches! It adds great texture without extra weight and bulk so these greetings are great to mail.  What’s more the design is so simple you can change up the stamping and sentiment and use this idea for birthday invitations or everyday greetings. So, do you want to see how I made it? I’ll show you in this video:

How easy was that, the hardest part of that project was finding the box of eyelets I dropped LOL! Think of all of the crafts and decorations you can make with this versatile corrugated paper and other wonderful supplies from Papermart, the options are endless. Thanks so much for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

6 Responses

  1. Do you think the corrugated papers would last in a scrapbook…meaning not flatten out over time?


    • I think they would be fine because embossed paper does not flatten out in a scrapbook. I’m not sure if this paper is acid free though:)


  2. That’s such a cute card! I love the rainbow motif.


  3. Just wanted to say your card is so bright and cheerful, just what one needs on a dreary winter day🙂


  4. Gorgeous cards Lindsay, thanks for sharing links too. Scrapmart has so many awesome items! ~Diane


  5. I don’t have any corrugated paper at home so I used my crimper. The effect is okay but not as nice as if I would have had that corrugated paper instead. I’m going to have to get me some from Papermart! FOR SURE! 🙂

    Lindsay, Thanks for the idea for such a cute card!


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