Your holiday cards don’t need to look like everyone else’s; That’s the beauty of making your own! Consider making a stack of Bright Holiday Cards in bright non-traditional colors!
As if these little meerkats could get any cuter, they are lifting out of their burrows for a word of encouragement on this Meerkat Pull-Up Card!
Here’s a great idea for your favorite leftover holiday DSP and those holiday cards you can’t bear to throw out: Make gift tags for next year’s christmas presents!
Celebrating two people coming together deserves a handmade card. This Bubbly Wedding Card to the bride and groom was quick to make, yet looks elegant and celebratory!
Grab some Copper Foil paper and make a Bright Menorah Card for Hanukkah! Eight nights requires easy-to-make cards and this tutorial will show you how!
This Recipe Bookmark for Baking not only keeps a page for your christmas cookies, but is also pretty! A perfect reminder that baking should be fun!
To make this Halloween card a little more spooky, I used the Inked Window Shaker Technique! Using a regal ink, I added a little haze to the inside window, and I’ll show you how to below in the video!
This Bokeh Encouragement Card is bright and happy with gold embossing, and a matching bookmark. A quick gift for your favorite student!
Make these Garden Gift Tags to tie around your garden extras for your friends and neighbors. This tutorial steps you through the Bokeh Technique for a vibrant background.
For this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make an encouraging Triangle Corner Pop-up card that features the Stampin’ Up Happy Tails stamp set with the dog builder punch. It looks like a doghouse! #fancyfold
Have a merry christmas, mate, and make this Ripper Chrissy Koala Card! Getting a head start on holiday cards guarantees you’ll have a fair dinkum time!
Look at your stamp supplies to create something new. This Unicorn Cake Card is created with Tropical Chic stamps and die-cuts! Watch the video for all the tips and tricks!