Sunday, January 2, 2011

Club Scrap's ALCM Card Deck

ALCM is an acronym for Assembly Line Card-making. Club Scrap has put together 52 versatile card layout ideas for you to have available at your fingertips. The deck comes complete with 52 cards and a storage tin; each card features a unique formula, gather list, cutting instructions and skill level guide.

The wonderfully cool thing aboutALCM (& ALSB- Assembly Line Scrap-booking) is how efficiently it uses the paper. The cutting instructions are a breeze to follow and you usually don't even have a scrap of unused paper left. They give you the "bones" of the card and it's up to you to alter or embellish as you like.

The Thank You cards below utilize the 5 of diamonds. This particular card calls for 2-12x12 pieces of coordinating paper and it yields 4 cards with only the teeny tiniest scraps left behind.

Club Scrap Products Used:
Blue paper is from Varsity collection
Print is from the Asian Artisan Kit
Thank You stamp comes from the Gimme A Ring Unmounted stamps

Other Products:
Stylized Flower Embossing folder from ProvoCraft (Cuttlebug)
Faded Jeans and Tea Die Distress Ink from Ranger
Pearfect Pearl in Forever Blue and the Perfect Medium bullet pen
Flower is Studio G stamp I think.


These 4 cards were created using the 5 of Hearts which also instructs you to use 2-12x12 pieces of paper to make 4 cards.

Club Scrap Products Used:
Print is from the Be Wonderful Kit (available only through Crafters, like myself!)
I'm ashamed to say that the plain blue is CS, but I can't identify which sorry.
The white fiber & shark/dolphin stamp is from the Castaway kit

Other Products:
Faded Jeans and Distress Ink from Ranger
Martha Stewart Arch Lattice punch
Thanks, Bird & Swirl are Inkadinkadoo (I think).
Happy Birthday is Autumn Leaves stamp set.
Chipboard flower unknown. Rounded Posie flower was cut on my Silhouette.
White Pen from Inkssentials

Now, I know you want one of these decks, so send me an email and maybe I can get you a deal!

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