FREE Resource Library

Color Blocking Technique 3 Ways

Explosion Cards – the Squash Fold

Emboss Resist Technique

Happy Card Template #10

Multiple Cardmaking Machine

Recessed Panel Cards 4 Ways

Awesome Angles Card Template #8

5 Easy Gift Card Holders

4 x 6 Mini Card Album

Superhero Card Template

Direct to Paper with Embossing Folders

Direct to Paper Technique

Inlaid Die Cutting Technique

4 in 1 Card Technique (Stampin’ Down the Middle)

Perpendicular Perfection Card Template

Patchwork Stack & Cut Cards

Perfectly Slanted Card Template #5

Soft Pastels – 5 Techniques

Interlocking Triple Flap Gatefold Card

Interlocking Buckle Gatefold Card

Interlocking Flap Hinge Gatefold

Double Pocket Criss Cross Card

Blended Alcohol Technique

Card Template #3 – Clean Lines

Corner Tuck Fold Card

Easy Swing Fold Card

Pop Out Swing Fold Card

Shadow Stamping 3 Ways

Gatefold Slide & Lock Card

Stamping Down the Middle 4 in 1

Paper Piecing Technique

52 Responses to FREE Resource Library

  1. Elizabeth Hird says:

    thank for for all the free pdf ideas I am new to card making

  2. Helen Read says:

    What a wonderfully generous resource – thank you!

  3. Pingback: I Love a New Pattern – Can’t Stop Creating 4 in 1 Quadrilateral Cards! | Robin Armbrecht-Really Robin Stamps!

  4. Dianna Knapp says:

    Love all the free downloads! Thank You!

  5. Sue Floyd says:

    I just found your blog! And I love your ideas! Thanks so much for the resource library. I was trying to figure out the measurements for the quadrilateral cards. So glad I found your site.
    Thanks for everything & for sharing

  6. Diane McKern says:

    Just recently found your website and color me impressed! I love that you do a video AND a PDF tutorial! Thank you so much for your generosity.

  7. Mary Brickerd says:

    Oh my gosh just found your website and YouTube videos
    Thank you so so much for the 1 sheet winder directions
    I’m making 40 cards for residents who are in lockdown
    This will make it so much easier for me
    Thanks again

  8. Tanya Alness says:

    Hi Robin! I stumbled across your channel thanks to You Tube and their suggestions. I am addicted to your videos! You are AWESOME at teaching! I’ve been stamping since 2004, and am now just a hobby demo. I just love, love all of your DSP cards & tutorials. Thank you for all the wonderful PDF’s!!! ~Tanya Alness / Maple Valley Washington (state)

  9. Trina Chaska says:

    Thank you for the all the PDF’s. I came across your video for the one sheet wonder using 2 6″ x 6″ DSP. I have been checking out your other videos. Your instructions are very easy to follow.

  10. Liz says:

    I just found you on YouTube which lead me here to your blog! Awesome cards and tutorials you share! Thank you!

  11. Lynnscraps says:

    Hello, I found you through YouTube and I am so hooked on your videos. You give wonderfully clear directions and I love how you begin with a simple card and then lead us into more stepped up versions. I’ve made several and have enjoyed each one. Your pdf sheets help so much and your generous spirit is awesome. Keep it up your, followers really appreciate your work.

  12. Linda Davis says:

    Hi Robin, Thank you Thankyou Thank you !! I’ve been card making for over 20 years and its so refreshing to see so many new ideas. YouTube and you are a match made in Heaven. I’ve been reading all your comments and the consensus is in, you’ve been blessed with a talent for teaching and for being so generous. It’s all very much appreciated.!

    • Linda, your sweet message means the world to me! Thank YOU for taking the time to appreciate my content and efforts. You and I have been making cards for about the same amount of time – 20+ years! I always thought I’d get bored with it and the desire to make cards would fade (like other crafting trends I’ve done – paper quilling, tshirt painting, or candle-making) but it hasn’t at all. I still love it and you must too!

  13. Jeanne says:

    I found your you tube card making yesterday 9-20-21. Have been binge watching ever since. Your ideas are amazing. I was starting and rewinding to get measurements etc until I listened to you say there was a free download. THANK YOU! I like your ideas of OSW and making several cards. Loving this and I subscribed so will be keeping up. Thanks again.

    • Hi Jeanne! Welcome I am so glad you are here and have found me in the vast ocean of YouTube! I appreciate you telling me about how my efforts have helped you in your cardmaking! I look forward to seeing more from you! Happy stamping.😃

  14. Christine Dimelow says:

    Thank you so much for your informative Youtube channel and for the instructions. New to card making so am enjoying your cards.

    • Hello, Christine! Welcome! I’m so glad you left me a comment. How exciting to just be starting with card making – this is a very productive and satisfying way to be creative and helpful to others. Please let me know how I can help you in your cardmaking journey. 😃

  15. Janice Dexter says:

    I just found you on YouTube! I am new to card making. I have been watching your videos and referring to the PDFs. Thank you for sharing your artistic talents! You are so helpful and just full of ideas! So fun!

    • Hi Janice! I somehow missed your lovely comment from last week! Thank you! It makes me happy to know that you are finding inspiration and opportunities to learn from my resources – yay! Please reach out to me with anything you need in your stamping journey.

  16. Kath Rayner says:

    Hello Robin, I found your You Tube channel a few days ago. I am fairly new to cardmaking and papercraft. I don’t have much time for it unfortunately so I haven’t improved much over time. You have such amazing ideas and explain everything so well, I just want to get on and create! A mess probably! But I will have enjoyed myself!
    I have now subscribed to you channel and look forward to my first email from you..
    Thank you so much again.

    • Hello Kath! I appreciate your words greatly! Welcome to my world and also to stamping. I’m super glad you are here. There is a small learning curve with the art of stamping but all you need is practice. (Part of the fun is the mess) Truly. I would love nothing more than to help you get started on this journey so tell me what you need!

  17. Martha says:

    Hello Robin,
    Thank you for the pdf, these are so great, just found you on YouTube a few weeks ago watching you videos and downloading any pdf I think I can do, you truly are an artist.
    Thanks again

    • Hi there, Martha! I am so glad you found me and are able to be creative with my resources. Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me about it – I appreciate it! Happy stamping to YOU!

  18. Sue Silverman says:

    I discovered you on utube. I’m new to stamping and your ideas are awesome. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • Hello, Sue! Thank you so much for leaving me a comment! You are embarking on a really fun hobby! Please let me know if I can help you in any way, ok? Do you have copies of the Stampin’ Up! catalogs?

  19. Virginia M says:

    Hello Robin,
    Thank you for being so generous and sharing your creativity. I have learned a few things from your videos and really appreciate the templates.

  20. Pingback: Using 6×6 Patterned Paper for Template #9 | Robin Armbrecht-Really Robin Stamps!

  21. Julie Carter says:

    What an amazing collection!! Thanks for sharing!! Found you on YouTube!

  22. Ronald Ross says:

    I watched your Mirror Fold Card Video. It was so easy to follow so I gave it it a try. talk about impressing some of my friends was an understatement. I have only been card making for a couple of years and I am learning a lot of new technics. The only cards I have issues with are the of IE: 1/8s 7/8s in inches are I am in UK we are mostly in CMs. However I am trying to make the most of it. Thanks for the inspiration to try new ideas.

    • Hi there! I appreciate your comments, thank you! I’m very glad you like the mirror card tutorial and tried it immediately! I’m glad you were able to get it to work despite the measurements translating to eighths.

  23. Debbie Crowder says:

    I pray the Lord bless you greatly! You have such a sharing heart! Your patience and teaching expertise shines through every video! I have benefitted so much by your generosity! Please keep teaching us!

    • Thank you, Debbie, for your precious words of encouragement to me. I appreciate you telling me how what I do benefits you, because sometimes I wonder at the difference I am making and why. Happy stamping, friend!

      • Kath Rayner says:

        Robin thank you so much for your Free Resource Library. The cards are all so beautiful and interesting, I can’t wait to start on them. I always seem to be in a rush to get cards made, I never seem to have the time to play with new designs. I really want to get a stash of all kinds of cards made so that I can just pick one off the shelf to send. I recently made a stash of your quadrilateral cards, they just need sentiments and embellishments. I made them with the Pansy paper, unfortunately the cards I’ve needed lately are masculine!
        I also appreciate your you tube tutorials so much Robin, I’m always waiting for the next one.
        Take care and stay safe.
        Kath x

        Sent from my iPad

  24. Frances Graham says:

    Hello Robin.. I have just found your videos on YouTube and they are awesome. I would love to start making cards, but not sure where to start. Any advise would be most welcome.
    I live in New Zealand.. am in my retirement age and looking for something I love doing to fill in my spare time. Thank you.

  25. Mary Nix says:

    Thank you for sharing your talent and your ideas. I find them to be very doable and versatile!!
    All my best,

  26. Sharon Gresh says:

    Thank You Robin for the templates. I love your videos… so helpful with great ideas. May all you give come back to you.
    Sharon from Pa

Please Comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.