A Flight of Dragonflies Card can be made with different inks and different designer series papers. Using one design, I show how to make three (or more!) different cards using the Windowpane Technique.
This Black and Gold Dragonfly Card has a simple color combo, as well as a 3D dragonfly element! Read the details here and make one, too!
Beginner, casual, and avid crafters will find three dragonfly card versions here that start with a common base. Choose the tutorial using just stamp, ink, and paper, or see how to step it up to any skill level!
This Playful Striped Dragonflies Card uses colorful designer series paper and a punch to quickly make a bright card. Find my step-by-step guide here!
An Inspiring Rainbow Dragonfly Card is perfect to send to someone who inspires you. The pop of rainbow against the black and white background lets it shine!
Make this Neon Technique Dragonfly Card using a fantastic colored embossing powder trick! Save money on colored embossing powders with this one trick that I’ll show you in my newest video!
Create this True Love Sponged Valentine Card for a romantic Valentine or Anniversary card. From plain designer series paper to a coordinated card, all it takes is ink!
With spring right around the corner, let’s make a colorful Dandelion Diecut Sunburst Card! With a few cardstock pieces and some diecutting, the colors will pop off the card!
Sadly, there is heartache sometimes, so I created this Simple Sympathy Card to send some comfort to someone who needs it. Even if you don’t need it immediately, why not make one today? Find the tutorial here.
Ice cream and sunshine are a perfect pair, and this Sunburst Ice Cream Card has both along with bright colors and a fun design pattern! See below for the tutorial to make one.
What’s Black and White and Rainbow all over? This Blended Rainbow Zebra Card! It’s quick to do with this tutorial.
Use up some leftover designer series paper with this Easy Herringbone Scrap Card. Find your favorite holiday paper and create one of these cards with the steps here!