If only there was a comic book about a crafter’s adventures! Check out the tutorial for this Happy Crafting Comic Card!
Making masculine cards can be difficult. There are So. Many. Rules. No florals. No bright colors. Less is more. No thank you! Too many rules for any crafter to remember!! So let’s break them. Who would have thought breaking the “no florals for masculine cards” rule would have such a...
Sending birthday cards is my jam. It’s the perfect time to let someone know I’m thinking of them and I get to use my passion! I’ve moved around enough to not always be close enough to friends and family, and calling and texting sometimes needs a little changeup. And let’s...
A Designing Journey to Brilliant Lightbulb Cards. Do I sometimes find myself going down roads that I’m just not feeling? Of course, and I’ll share with you some of those avenues while I worked my way toward two cards I’m happy to share and send.
Create this Nautical High Tide Welcome Home Sign! www.laurascraftcloset.com
An iced coffee shaker card for the Coffee Lovers Cardmakers Blog Hop #springsummer2018clh
This colorful card filled with sunflowers and a butterfly is simple to make with this tutorial.
Use up your leftover scraps from the April 2018 paper pumpkin kit with this Stack of Cards Tutorial! #TutorialThursday
Creating this Mother’s Day Quilt was a great way to preserve the memories for my Mom in a way that can be enjoyed and comfortable, not hidden in a box in the basement.
Let’s use up some scraps! I love being able to make something fun out of leftovers from a different project, don’t you? This time, it was the scraps left from the Paper Pumpkin February 2018 kit, Wildflower Wishes. Read below for my step-by-step tutorial!