Create this beautiful drape fold card for your mom this Mother’s Day. The folds of a gorgeous sheet of patterned paper is what makes this card and technique truly amazing. The beauty of folded and draped material can be used on paper, too, with this easy technique.
We’re having a vibrant, colorful, but rainy April here in Portland. It’s true that April showers certainly do bring beautiful flowers! If your little ones are stuck inside during the rain showers, or even with bad seasonal allergies this month, here are some fun crafts and activities to help them engage with and enjoy all that April showers have to offer!
These raindrop sun catchers are easy to make with the whole family. Older kids can cut their own raindrops while toddlers can do the decorating. These will look great in the windows on rainy and sunny days alike.
Send a special message with this unique flip card. It not only opens like a regular card, you can flip the front flap to discover another part of the message. This card style can be used with any design and theme so have fun and let your imagination run wild in creating it!
Here’s another wonderful idea to add to your card stash. Keep this beautiful butterfly card on hand for those last minute cards that you may need. It’s great for a birthday, thinking of you or any occasion when you need a quick card to give.
We are entering the season where flowers will be everywhere including on our cards. Spring is just around the corner and celebrations such as Mother’s Day and the new wedding season aren’t too far behind. Now is the time to start creating those cards and this flower card created using simple hearts is a great, easy way to start.
Is it a card or is it a gift box? It’s both and it’s a lot of fun to create and give! This special little gift is perfect to give to a teacher filled with useful supplies or can be used for a fun idea for a box for the tooth fairy and these are just a couple of ideas on how this can be used.