An easy to follow tutorial for a 3D pop-up A2 card with a nautical theme! I used the Stampin Up High Tide stamp set.
Let’s be real. We all have scraps that we keep “just in case.” But they can pile up and be a bit… overwhelming. I’m trying to get in the habit of going through these colorful pieces once in a while and making a card or scrapbook page from the scraps. Being resourceful is an important part of being a crafter! Am I regular about doing this? Not. At. All. But here’s a card you can make to showcase those beautiful scraps we find so difficult to part with!
Make two cards at once with this Diagonal Fold Card Tutorial! Featured the Tropical Chic stamp set and framelits from Stampin’ Up.
Interactive cards are fun for people of all ages! Check out this tutorial to create this interactive truck card…complete with moving food truck!
How about a quick wedding card today? Some pastels and some delicate vellum pair nicely with an embossed wedding dress. But the window takes the card from basic to extra.
I like to get the most out of my craft supplies. In the same way I know a lot of crafters do! We save every scrap to “do something with it” and every embellishment for “just the right card.” This includes figuring out how to stretch a Paper Pumpkin Kit....
I drew inspiration for the color scheme from my newest hair coloring: an aqua ombre with blue roots, teal in the middle, and royal purple for the tips! Check out the link to see how to get this color-punched background!
If only there was a comic book about a crafter’s adventures! Check out the tutorial for this Happy Crafting Comic Card!
Here is an example and short tutorial of the embossed stamp resist technique and how it can be used to create a bright white silhouette on your projects.
Having a barbecue party? These red white and blue shaker cards are perfect for Independence Day Invitations. Find the tutorial here.
Masculine cards can be difficult, but you can throw the “rules” aside with this card. Florals and the eclipse technique make this card perfect!
There’s something special about receiving a handmade card in the mail. Especially for a birthday! And it’s so easy to begin this rewarding hobby!