Card Making

Card Making group members create unique greeting cards using a variety of papers, dies, inks, rubber stamps, pens, pencils and other embellishments. Each month, a different member volunteers to teach a new project or technique.  The volunteer teacher provides a list of supplies and tools needed so members can be sure they have what is needed for that month's project.  Typically, 3 cards are created each session. 


We have 3 different groups to accommodate all skill levels.  Come to the session that you think matches your current skill level, and speak to the Group Leader.  We will provide a list of basic tools and supplies you'll need.  Get on the class email list and then you can RSVP to participate in the next session.

Once you've mastered the basics, you can both teach AND learn!

Click on a photo in the gallery below to see some beautiful examples of cards made by group members.

Meeting Schedules and Contacts

Beginning Card Making

​No prior experience needed. Beginners will be introduced to the basic supplies and techniques used in this craft. 

2nd Wednesday of the month, 10:00am-12:00pm


  Terri Viotto   951-733-9249

  Susie Reno   661-510-6827

Intermediate Card Making

​Some prior stamping and card making experience required.

2nd Monday of the month, 10:00am-12:00pm


  Pam Yates                    630-697-9929

  Bernadette O'Neill  702-340-3525

Advanced Card Making 

Extensive prior card making experience required, including use of electronic cutting machines.

1st & 3rd Mondays of the month, 1:00pm-3:00pm


  Robin Kelley     702-250-3493

  Gale Frank         702-270-2288

All groups meet in the Arts & Crafts Room at Independence Center

Click on a photo to see full image

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