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.
This Embossed monochrome technique card is more simple to make than it may appear. Check out the easy steps and learn the technique!
For this Layered Flower card, I used the Raised Feature technique. With this technique, it was easy to go from simple stamping to an advanced card!
Make an easy one color in-color hello card! With just one stamp set and one in-color, I’ll show you how to create something fun to share.
See how to make this Double Flap Gatefold Card I created as an alternative for the June Paper Pumpkin kit! You’ll also find a lot of other ideas to include in your Sunshine Box!
Playing with Designer Series Paper, or DSP, can bring your card-making to a higher level! See how cutting it at an angle spruces up this Diagonal DSP Tasteful Touches Card!
I want to show you how easy it is to make a beautiful card without any fancy machines or expensive tools. Let’s step back to the basics with this Tasteful Touches SIP card.
This Ornate Garden Vellum Card has a Tri-Fold! With just a small piece of Designer Series Paper and some vellum, turn your basic card into a fun fold.
Ever wonder how to cover up adhesive behind vellum? Don’t shy away from using the paper you want — Try my favorite Embossing Trick for Vellum with this Mother’s Day Card!
Have you ever seen a blue water lily (or blue lotus)? Beautiful to look at, and they are also considered symbols of victory of the spirit. Consequently, a congrats card became this Blue Lily Gatefold Congrats Card!
Do you dream of going to Paris? Or have you been there and have wonderful memories? These Eiffel Tower Valentine Cards have romantic cascading flowers that look like they are falling right off the card!
Create a Pocket Letter Envelope, which doubles as a Gift Card Holder! Using your favorite paper, it’s easy to dress up gift cards before giving them or to add one for your next outgoing pocket letter.