If you are new to paper crafting, understanding how to cut layers for card making can be a challenge. In today’s Tuesday Tip, let’s talk about how to measure your cardstock for layering. We will cover what sizes to cut cardstock for mats and layers for your cards. BONUS: I have a FREE DOWNLOAD for you to print and save! Yep, I want to make this process as easy as possible for you.

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Cardstock layers, card base sizes, what’s an A2 sized card? Is there a card making size chart? Let’s tackle some of these questions as I guide you through how to cut layers for card making so that there’s a simple method (hint: the free download) for you to use each time you want to create a card.


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Have a wonderful Tuesday my friends! I look forward to seeing you on Thursday for a really gorgeous Christmas card created with the Christmas Gleaming bundle. See you then!