The main supply we are going to use is the gorgeous vintage-style Stamperia Around The World paper pad you can see in the picture.
Below is a link to a visual supplies list, this paper pad is available at Joggles.com in the US. If you’re not based in the USA you can search online for this paper pad.
Besides the pad or a paper pad of your choice, you’ll need smooth white card to work on as a card panel and some sort of card base, I added a few different kinds of my favorite white paper that I always like to use, you can use your own as well.
I always cut my cards myself the size I like to use for the note card is 4 x 5¾
with the next card panel ¼ smaller 3¾ x 5½ (this is the white base I will work on)
You’ll also need brown ink, I have added Distress and Distress Oxide walnut stain, you can use your favorite alternative for that. Or pick another brown coloured Distress or Oxide Ink.
You can join me in making what I make and using what I use or you can dive into your stash. This goes for any and all of the supplies, using the same patterned paper will make it easier to craft along obviously. This paper pad is very detailed and has lots of options, making it a great example of learning how to start with patterned paper.
The rest of the supplies are basic tools, adhesive and ink, also listed so you can prepare by having everything needed at hand.
To make my card base I like to use a scoreboard, this is not needed for the Craft Along, it’s just one of the basic tools and I may or may not use it on camera.
In case you like to browse the Stamperia Paper Pads I have added a link to those as well, for your convenience.
Here is the visual supply list
(P.S. when you click on one of the affiliate links in the list and buy a product, I will receive a small commission. Thanks so much for your support!)
Here’s the replay of the Craft Along Session.
Free Printable Quotes, Cards & Tickets
Here is a sheet with Colourful Quotes to use on your craft projects and, print them out, cut them apart and use them as they are or mix and match different words, it’s all up to you.
And here are the Wishing Well cards and tickets, add them to your cards, combine them into your design or use them to add something extra inside to go along with your written sentiment.