This Soft succulent wild cats card mixes texture and designer series paper to wish a beast of a thank you. Make one or a stack with the steps here!
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The Golden Garden Specialty Acetate is fun to create with, and I’ll show you 4 ways to do it! Today is Part 8 of my “Create With DSP” series and we’ll be focusing on ways to showcase acetate on your projects.
Create a Monochromatic Accordion Card with the Dragonflies Dandy Garden Paper! Today is Part 7 of my “Create With DSP” series and we’ll be focusing on using the coordinating colors to create a stack of cards.
Today is Part Five of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the True Love papers! Find lots of ways to create with this DSP, create a card using the Spotlight Technique and create a card stack!
Today is Part Four of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Ice Cream Corner paper for a stack of cards! And it can be combined with the April Paper Pumpkin kit to make a Side Flap Card.
Let’s make a Slimline Pansy Thanks Card today! A cool-weather favorite, these flowers are hardy and perfect for a striking card. Find the recipe here!
This Black and Gold Dragonfly Card has a simple color combo, as well as a 3D dragonfly element! Read the details here and make one, too!
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!
This Playful Striped Dragonflies Card uses colorful designer series paper and a punch to quickly make a bright card. Find my step-by-step guide here!
It’s easy to make a Flannel Shirt Gift Card Holder! It only uses ONE stamp and ONE die-cut, plus it’s perfect for the holidays, a birthday, or just a warm way to say thank you.
I’ll drink to that! This Whiskey Thank You Card with a Repeated Rocks Glass Background uses an easy technique that I’m sharing with you today, and I’m sure you’ll use on future projects. Give it a try!
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!