Category Archives: Paper Crafts

Hoppy Easter Rabbit Card

By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor

Peg Rounds

From Peg’s Crafting Corner

It’s a hoppy time of year and this cute bunny card will be sure to bring tons of happiness to someone.  Whether it’s given to a young person or an adult it’s sure to bring many smiles this Easter season.  Now let’s get to work so we can start sharing this little bunny’s message with everyone.

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Watercolor Easter Egg Card

By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor

Peg Rounds

From Peg’s Crafting Corner

Spring has finally arrived and just right around the corner is Easter.  Now is the time to start working on the cards that you’d like to give this time of year.  This beautiful egg shaped card is perfect for sharing the season.

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Double Pleated Thank You Card

By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor

Peg Rounds

From Peg’s Crafting Corner

This card has a simple and easy to create design for any occasion

Send someone a thank you with this bright and cheery double pleated card.  Need cards for other occasions?  It works perfectly for those, too.  This simple, but eye catching design is great for any theme or occasion.  You will love having it on your list of card ideas and it’s easy to make!

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Patchwork Placemats

By Guest Blogger Seisha from Education.com

Create patchwork placemats with your kids for a fun geometry lesson.

When you’re preparing big meals for any occasion, it’s always wonderful to involve your child in any way you can. Looking to spruce up your table? Here’s a placemat your second grader can make, based on the classic frontier tradition of quilt making. Some second graders may be able to handle a needle and thread and a sewing machine, but if yours isn’t quite up to it, don’t worry. This project allows him to create a patchwork piece out of paper, no pins and needles required! To make the piece, he’ll need to practice good math skills of measurement and calculation. This activity also allows your child extra practice in combining geometric shapes, a skill which will continue to help him throughout each grade to come.

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Window Card

By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor

Peg Rounds

From Peg’s Crafting Corner

DIY window A-Frame card to celebrate spring!

This card is often referred to as an A-Frame card since it folds at the top rather than on the side.  It’s a nice change to the usual cards we tend to make.  The window scene seemed to fit best with this style of card as it seemed to be the natural way of wanting to open it.

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