How To Scrapbook Your Sand Art Cards. What is Scrapbooking with Sand Art. How to Scrap Book with Coloured Sand.

How to Scrapbook Your Handmade Sand Art Greeting Card.

Get the best ideas for scrapbooking with the perfect scrapbook layouts. Make your own sand art Cards that is best for your scrapbook theme and layout.

Scrapbooking is a sentimental way to save your sand art cards that is very special to you or one you received for that special birthday.

Keeping your sand art cards together in a scrapbook gives you atnagible reminder of special moments along with a chance to remnisce.

The popularity of sand art and scrapbooking has brought a wide range of assorted sandart cards and scrapbook page inserts to the market for any occassion.

Select your sand art cards gather you sand art kit and get ready to preserving your sand art moments in your scrapbook.

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Scrapbooking Ideas with Your Sand Art
Choose the theme for your scrapbook cover page. If your sand art card had a special signifcance, you might want to find a way to design and indicate that on the first page. List the date and other related information.
Layout your sand art cards by design, and deside what cards needs to go to what page in the scrapbook.
Collect other items or use some of your coloured sand to make items that will fit into the layout of your scrapbook.
Layout your scrapbook and begin with the cards you want at the beginning. Make sure your sand art cards fit together without pulling at each other.
Decide where you want to put your sand art card before attaching it in your scrapbook.
Bein assembling your scrapbook. Use double-sided tape to hold the back of you sand art card in place. Use more tape for the lagre sand art card.

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How Do You Laminate Your SandArt Card?

Protect your masterpiece by using the clear plastic bag included with your card.



Cut your plastic bag open so you have a single side thats bigger than your card.


Colour your card first, but not the border. Remove the border.


Place your plastic sheet over the card and stick down onto the border.


Turn your card over and trim the edges.

How Do You Make Your Sandart Greeting Cards?

Make a proper Greeting Card out of your Sand Art picture.
Just stick your picture halfway onto the joining strip, add the backing card & write a message.



Lift the yellow paper from a corner and fold it halfway. Do not remove completely.


Line up your finished card to the fold line & stick together.


Remove the rest of the yellow paper and line up your Backing card. Stick together & fold.

Sand Art Tips & Tricks…

How to use your home kit

  • Clear a table that is the correct height for your Sand Artists.
  • Place the trays on the table with a sand bottle in each tray.
  • Find two containers and place them on the table for the peel-offs and lifting tools.
  • Start in the middle of your card and slowly peel off the first area. Take care not to lift adjoining areas.
  • Take your card and place it inside the tray with the colour of your choice.
  • Pour sand from the bottle over the area you’ve peeled off. Turn the card over and tap/flick it on the back to remove the excess sand. Do not rub the sand into the card.
  • Repeat the pouring process on the same area to obtain a darker shade.
  • Leave the sand in the tray and remove your card.
  • Peel off the next area, move to a different tray and repeat the motion until the image is completely peeled off and coloured.
  • Once a bottle is empty, unscrew the cap and use the funnel to pour the sand from the tray into the bottle.
  • Place your finished card in a plastic bag to protect it.

How to use your lifter

The plastic lifter works best when used as follows:

  • Do not press too hard or dig into the card. Rather press gently and push from just outside/behind the cut-line.
  • *Adult supervision is required with younger children.

More Ideas from Creative Sand Art

  • Younger children may need help lifting the release paper (but enjoy peeling the paper and pouring the sand themselves).
  • Always start with the smaller areas inside an object and remove the background last.
  • Mix different colours for interesting variations.
  • If the sand gets damp or wet, place in open bowls in the sun/oven until dry.
  • To cover a bigger area, first pour a heap of sand on the one side of the area. Slowly tip the card sideways and let the sand roll down the card.
  • Avoid working outside on misty days as the sand will get damp. The trays need to be completely dry before you start.
  • Once you are an experienced Sand Artist, start with the dark colours to create a neater picture. This could mean you have to remove a bigger area first. Take care not to lift adjoining areas or scratch the sand when you remove the smaller areas.

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How safe are the sandart products?

We have an ongoing commitment to quality assurance and service. Sandart conform to the CE regulation which means that the product has been tested and conforms to the requirements corresponding with the EU (European Union) guidelines. Sandart conforms to BS EN 71-1,2,3 and AS/NZS ISO-8124 safety standards.