I’m getting set to attend the Canadian Business Conference for Stampin’ Up! Canadian Demonstrators over the next few days – I’m really excited to see friends and get inspired – both business-wise and creatively. I’ll share my swap cards over the next few posts – I’m participating in an organized swap – so there’s a set number of cards with guidelines and we each create one design – then we share them and end up with a whole bunch of different ideas with the same stamp set!

Over the past few weeks, we’ve had a number of new demonstrators join Stampin’ Up! (because it’s such a great deal during Sale-a-Bration!) and in our “Eh” Team (my group of demonstrators) one of the questions that went through our group meeting at one point was about card cutting and matting. I thought I’d share this video from a number of years ago (hard to believe) that is still relevant today – because it might have been “buried” on the YamStamps YouTube channel or here on the blog. It’s a video covering the basics of the “typical” A4 sized card, from an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of cardstock. Perfect to share on a Throwback Thursday?!

If you can’t see the video embedded in the post, here’s a direct link to it on the YamStamps YouTube channel. I’m still working on the Clever Cards Online Class, which will be “not your basic” cards – so stay tuned for the launch!

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