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.
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!
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!
It’s easy to DIY Halloween fall decor Blocks! And you can be super creative making them with a few wooden stamp blocks and scraps.
Pull the liquor out of this Brown Bag Whiskey Card! Make a masculine project featuring a whiskey decanter with this easy papercraft tutorial for your favorite whiskey fan!
Reach out with this uplifting Quarantine Encouragement Paper Pumpkin Alternative card to let your friends, neighbors, and family know they aren’t alone.
Buffalo Plaid is both bold and playful! Paired with a silhouette, see how it was used for a quick Flannel Birthday Card for a Kid!
Using designer series papers make creating beautiful holiday cards easy. With just a small amount, this Plaid Reindeer Snow Globe Card can be made quickly and easily.
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!
This Sheep Knitter is starting early and making a Christmas Sweater! Check out the details for this Sheep Knitter Christmas Sweater Card and begin prepping now!
This Anniversary Card uses the Embossing on Vellum Technique to highlight a shimmery romantic silhouette against a dark and rainy background. Check out the details and tutorial for this technique!
This Bokeh Encouragement Card is bright and happy with gold embossing, and a matching bookmark. A quick gift for your favorite student!