If you’re new to paper crafting, mastering the technique of cutting layers for card making may seem like a daunting task. In today’s discussion, I’ll guide you through the process of measuring your cardstock for layering and demystifying the process. We’ll delve into the optimal sizes for cutting cardstock to create beautifully crafted mats and layers for your cards. 

As a bonus, I’ve prepared a FREE DOWNLOAD to simplify the entire process for you, allowing you to effortlessly print and save the necessary resources. Your journey into card making is about to become much more enjoyable when you understand this foundation. 

How to Cut Layers for Card Making | A Video Tutorial You’ll want to bookmark and save!

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 Layering Template Tool in my free download) for you to use each time you want to create a card.


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❓Did you find this video on how to cut cardstock helpful? Are you planning on create a Layering Template Tool?


Follow me on Pinterest and save this tutorial on how to cut layers for card making to your favorite paper craft boards. This will be a great reference to refer back as needed.


Join Me Thursday, January 25, 2024 for a new YouTube Live – Now, Wow, or Holy Cow cards!

9am Pacific * 10am Mountain * 11am Central * 12pm Eastern

I’m excited to share these birthday cards with you! Join me LIVE or on the REPLAY this Thursday.

Want to create along with me?

I hope that today’s video and download will be invaluable to you as you create this year. Simplify is my word for 2024 and I think this handy Layering Template Tool is going to make things just that – simple.

Have a fantastic day, my stampin’ peeps!