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23-04-2011, 13:57   #46
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Wow, the cards you're making really look awesome!
I'm making playing cards, but usually it's just for myself (so far)
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15-05-2011, 20:02   #47
 
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hey, I have recently started Cardmaking as a hobby but would love to sell them when I get good enough. Im having a little bit of a problem with my cards looking amatuerish though.. Can anyone give me some advice? I can upload a pic is it helps...?
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15-05-2011, 20:07   #48
 
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kick - are they artist trading cards?

ciara - its a great hobby! some people manage to sell cards but most who i know only sell to family and friends. some people know someone who owns a shop and will put a basket of cards on display - and not want a high a cut as most shops do. farmers markets and craft markets if the stall price isnt too high - word of mouth i s the best though!
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15-05-2011, 20:29   #49
 
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Aish - Thanks for the advice. Im having trouble making them look sell worthy though if you know what I mean? maybe Im just too critical of my work...
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15-05-2011, 20:52   #50
 
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could be - sure you can post pics to ask for advice. we are our own worst critics though!!!
theres also the cara craft supplies forum i use - great place for cardies. great inspiration.
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16-05-2011, 12:16   #51
 
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Aishae, there is some pictures of my cards on the thread 'Cardmaking - Feedback Appreciated'
Would you mind taking a look and give me some advice? I know they are a LONG way off perfect or sellable in any way yet..
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