This Anniversary bike card has a stamped repeated background and a fun color trio! Color coordination is a great way to create a fun card that your recipient will love.
A Vellum Circle Window Card is great for a little hello and also uses a fun technique for vellum. It makes it look like you are looking through a window.
See below how to make this Sunburst Vellum Heart Valentine Card. I used the new Favored Flowers Sale-a-Bration DSP for the pattern on the floating heart!
This Starry Sky Blue Hollyhocks Card uses the Layering Die-Cuts Technique for a monochromatic design. Make this card using the new Heavenly Hollyhocks stamp set and learn a new technique with the tutorial here!
This Paradise Palms Rainbow Card uses a repeated stamping technique for a warm and beachy feeling. Find the easy steps to make one here!
This Reverse GateFold Bird Card stands up and wishes a happy birthday with beautiful papers. I wrote out the steps to create this fun fold card here.
A Snow Otter Thank You Spinner Card is a fun way to thank someone during the cold winter season! It’s interactive spinner has glittery snowflakes that’ll warm your heart.
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!
Create this True Love Sponged Valentine Card for a romantic Valentine or Anniversary card. From plain designer series paper to a coordinated card, all it takes is ink!
Paper pumpkin alternatives for the October 2020 Joy to the World kit can be fun and easy to create! Create bonus cards with the extra pieces!
Want your holiday card to stand out? Try a tall slimline card like this Watercolor Snowflake Slimline Card! Shiny snowflakes pop with a blue watercolored ombré background.
As soon as I saw this set, I knew those chocolates would look delicious in little paper wrappers! This Chocolate Truffle Kind of Day Card showcases the chocolates on a simple-to-make card.