Card Making

Moving Cards for Big and Small Boys!

December 14, 2011

Hello everyone! We are back again with some more inspiring cards for you….this time using the On The Move Collection!


“Journey” Card by Toni Crane

Products used: On the Move Diesel (P777), Paper Pad (PP859), Little Toot Rub ons (RB923).
Other: Black card stock, ribbon, ink.

Toni says:
“I’m the first to admit, I’m not much of a card maker. I struggle making them, but I’ve found that using the Kaisercraft ranges helps to make the job a lot easier, especially using the paper pads. There’s a great range of different papers, tags, and quotes that make cardmaking a breeze.”


“Birthday Card” by Svetlana Austin

Materials used: On the Move Collection – Accelerate/P772; Paper Pad/PP859; Sticker Sheet/SS122; Collectables/CT704; Rub ons/RB953; Rub ons – Happy Birthday/RB838; Mini Alpha stickers – Cherry Red/MA508; Foam Tape/T303; Double Sided tape/T315; Clear Stamps – Bubble Wrap/CS753.

Other: card-stock, brads, ink, craft paint, white and black pens.

Svetlana says:
“I have a lot of dear to me men in my life: my husband, my 2 sons and my brother. So I am always in need of a card for one of them :-)

I decided to make a birthday card for my still very young brother. Recently he bought himself a first real car so I played this theme on my gift for him. The stamping with babble wrap stamp and black paint is there to remind him that with the pleasure of having a set of wheels he must be ready to make his hand dirty sometimes :-)”


“Happy Birthday” Card by Ann-Katrin Toresen

Materials used: Kaisercraft On the move line paper Take of P774, Paper pad PP859, Sticker Sheet SS122 and Collectables CT704.

Ann-Katrin says:
” The On the Move is so perfect for boys and I have tried to use the airplaine theme on this card, for a boy who loves airplaines. The cute banner hanging out behind the plane brings it all together”.

Thanks for looking!

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  • Reply AdrianaB December 14, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    great papers for boys :)

  • Reply Sharon Gullikson December 29, 2011 at 9:28 am

    I must find that airplane paper. My dad has built and flown radio control airplanes for about 65 years. He’d love a card using that paper!!!!!!!

  • Reply Carolyn F December 29, 2011 at 9:31 am

    I need one of the 57 Chevy cards.

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