Fast card-making with insert cards

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I don’t know about you, but I love using insert cards and pocket pages for fast, easy scrapbooking. I can’t stop buying them–there are just so many great designs that come out from different brands. This means however, that I have accumulated quite the collection, and I know there’s no way I’m going to use them all for scrapbooking. That’s where card-making comes in!

You can use them so many ways on cards! The 3×4 card size is perfect on the front of a standard A2 card, or you can even cut down a 4×6 card to fit. You can stamp on them, add washi tape to them, layer them, punch them, and SO much more. Check out a few ideas!

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(Insert card + dry embossing + corner rounder)

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(Layered insert cards + stamps + washi tape)

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(Insert card + folded cardstock and patterned paper on a flat note card)

Insert cards_2(Insert card + punched shape + stamped sentiment)

Next time you need a quick, easy, and fabulous card, turn to your insert card stash–or find some new styles HERE at Archiver’s!


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