Happy World Card Making Day!

Happy weekend We R friends, and happy World Card Making Day! To celebrate today we’re sharing our Top Ten Cards made with We R products here on the blog. Plus, you can visit our Facebook page HERE and enter to win a FUSEables card kit. Giveaway is open until Wednesday, Oct 7th. How fun!

Cards are so great because they’re a quick doable project that can help us crafters feel a sense of accomplishment in minutes. Plus, cards are meant to give away to others–to spread friendship, support, sympathy and kindness, and we think that’s pretty awesome. We’ve collected some amazing cards we’ve found on the internet using your favorite We R products, and we can’t wait to share them with you today! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the card making eye candy (in no particular order because they’re all awesome).


Be Yourself Card

We love the clever way Jennifer Ingle used the Light Bulb Garland Die and The Fuse. See the how-to for this darling card on the Bazzill Basics blog HERE.


FUSEables Gift Card Holder

How cute is this Confetti Shaker Gift Card Holder by Liz Call? She used The Fuse and FUSEables card kit–so fun! Catch the original post on her blog HERE.


Mini Pocket Letter Cards

We think this Hot Li’l Pockets set by Julie Ebersole for Ellen Hutson is genius! What a fun card to get in the mail, don’t you think? Check out the full tutorial on the Ellen Hutson blog HERE.


Cut Out Card

This simple and beautiful card by Shelly Pop from Popsicle Toes was made with our Evolution Advanced, our Monarch Butterfly die, and one of our Cut Out dies. Just stunning! View the original post with full instructions on her blog HERE.



File Folder Card

Designer Catherine Pooler used the Envelope Punch Board to make this adorable file folder card. You can do the same thing with the 123 Punch Board. Gotta love those punch boards! Visit her blog HERE to see the original post.


Pocket Card

You can also use the 123 Punch Board or the Envelope Punch Board to make fun interactive pockets for your cards like designer Inge Groot did for Artisan. Pockets just make everything look cute. Catch the how-to on her blog HERE.


Camera Card

Just when you thought you had discovered everything the Envelope Punch Board does… . We found these darling camera cards made with the Envelope Punch Board on Blush Crafts. Oh my, these are so cute!!


Letterpress Card Set

Our own Jen McDermott used the Evolution Advanced and the L Letterpress to make this gorgeous set of cards as a gift for her child’s teacher. What a wonderful gift idea! See how she made these beauties on our blog HERE.


Faux Textured Metal Cards

Aren’t these card so cool! Designer and blogger Jennifer McGuire made these with her Evolution Advanced and our new Next Level Embossing Folders. Check out her cool Faux Textured Metal technique on her blog HERE. Awesome!


Easy Letterpress Cards

Laura from Make Life Lovely shows us just how easy it is to make simple and beautiful letterpress cards at home with the Evolution Advanced and the L Letterpress Kit. Check out more photos and details on her blog HERE.


We hope you’ve enjoyed this wonderful inspiration. Thanks for joining us today, and happy card making!

11 thoughts on “Happy World Card Making Day!

  1. WRMK Thank you so much for all this amazing creativity all in one place. All of these cards are wonderful made by really talented people using your fantastic products. Thanks for so much inspiration all in one place. Happy World Card Making Day!

  2. Oh look at all those inspiring creations so many I want to try now. Love that mini pocket card that would be so easy to mail to some friends thanks for the chance hugs Nikki

  3. I love these designs! The camera card is FANTASTIC!!! I also love the embossing folder design on the one set of cards and the cut-out design on another! A great collection of inspiration for World Card-making Day!!!

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