Are you looking for new techniques to try this new year with your card-making? Check out the Card Campus 101 below for lots of fun techniques!
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!
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.
A Snow Globe Gift Card Holder is perfect for the holidays. It’s easy to make with this tutorial and features some beautiful paper and a snowy scene.
Copper is THE color for this holiday season! Make this simple Copper Christmas CAS Card here! It’s quick, easy, and uses only a few supplies.
This Halloween Candy Jar Card has a shiny window layer and is fun and spooky — All treats and no tricks! All the details can be found here including the Peek-Out Stamp Window Technique.
To celebrate fall, I created a Falling Leaves Card using the Watercolor Smooching Technique, and want to show you how! Get your inks out, and watch this crafty video!
Join me today — I want to show you an unboxing of all the crafty goodies in the Stampin’ Up Paper Pumpkin September 2019 kit, and we’ll make a few of the Halloween projects with an alternative.
To double the use of your stamps, I look at non-holiday stamps and find fun ways to create spooky projects. This sassy Halloween Cocktail Window Card is for the Mammas and parents who need of a break.
Big News needs Handmade Announcements! I created Moving Announcement Postcards to share the news with friends and family that we moved, and want to share with you how I made these.
It’s September, and that means Halloween cards! I created this Death Before Decaf Zombie Card for a coffee-loving friend using an Ink Blended Galaxy background. I’ll show you how in this tutorial!
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!