|See? Nicely done, Paper Source.|
Just a warning, the last card, the one with the martini glasses, is very quick and easy if you have a Xyron machine handy, but a huge pain in the butt if you don't.
If you're lucky enough to have a Xyron machine nearby, you can just run the open card through and stick it onto a piece of paper, then cut around the edges using scissors or an Exacto knife and mat.
B) Giant Stamp: This is pretty self-explanatory.
C) Button: 1) Cut long strips of card stock and run them through a paper corrugator. 2) Chop them off into squares. I like to make mine slightly irregular. 3) Hot glue to card. You can arrange multiples on the same card in all kinds of patterns. 4) Hot glue button to square. Apply pressure.
If you don't have a corrugator handy, any textured paper would work.
D) Wavy Punch: 1) Make corrugated squares as in the Button card. 2) Cut out thinner strips of card stock in a second color. 3) Run those strips through Xyron machine. 4) Punch any shape over and over down the strips, leaving space between each punch. With each punch, a sticker will fall out. 5) Cut the strips between each punch, turning them into "negative space stickers." 6) Apply stickers and negative space stickers to the corrugate squares. (Stickers also look good decorating an envelope flap.) 7) Hot glue decorated corrugate squares to cards.
There. Now to send out some greetings!