We are “thinking about you” all day and hope you’re getting your card making groove on! Or if you’re not able to be crafting today, we sure hope today’s cards will inspire you the moment you can get in your craft space.

I think we all love those little reminders that someone has us on their mind and this hour our team has created some sweet “thinking of you” cards they’re excited to share…

“Because of the prevalence of text, email and Facebook messages, it’s rare to get paper cards these days.  So when I do receive a physical card from someone it’s very special.  And it’s ULTRA special when it’s a handmade card.  When I make cards for other people, I like to add an additional handmade touch.  My favorite cardmaking technique is stitching, whether it be hand, machine or even faux stitching.  I always stitch on pre-cut pieces of cardstock and/or paper first before attaching them to the card front so that the back-stitching is hidden behind the  paper panels and can’t be seen when you open the card.

Stacy Cohen for Scrapbook & Cards Today

Supplies:  Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned paper: Pebbles; Corrugated cardboard: Fancy Pants Designs; Paper flowers/leaves: Prima; Stitched Circle Die: Lawn Fawn; Adhesive: Therm-O-Web and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Other: yarn, lace, gems

For an extra personal touch, I crocheted a rose and adorned it with vintage-type gems from my stash. Happy World Cardmaking everyone!” Stacy Cohen


Meghann Andrew for Scrapbook & Cards Today

Supplies | Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned Paper: Fancy Pants Designs, Elle’s Studio; Button: Teresa Collins; Puffy Sticker: Fancy Pants Designs; Enamel Dots: Studio Calico; Cut File: Scrapbook and Cards Today WCMD Free Cut File; Ink: Stampin’ Up!; Other: Ribbon, thread

“Hello SCT Friends! I love to add different textures to cards besides paper! Ribbon, like the wide organza I used on my card is lightweight enough to be used under paper as a separate layer, and I added additional texture by sewing the layers together with a sewing machine!” ~ Meghann Andrew


Thinking of you card by Paige Evans

We love this great tip by Paige Evans. Tip: Let the sentiment be the star of the show and die cut it (using one of today’s free cut files!) from your favorite patterned paper. To add extra texture and love, hand stitch around the phrase using a coordinating color of thread.


mystery box for Scrapbook & Cards Today

Ready for another sweet surprise…we have a second $100 mystery box full of fun, card making supplies from several of our partners for one more lucky winner! You’ll get paper, stamps, inks, adhesive and more! For an opportunity to win this special mystery box, be sure to leave a comment below by Thursday, October 13th! Good luck! And since we love to share, tell us who you think needs a little “pick me up” and we’ll send a little card making something, something to them too!

We’re looking forward to seeing you again at 2:00!