Here’s another great way to create a background for your cards. The ink is built up from light to dark making each image “pop” off the paper. It’s a good way to use those individual stamps or one main image.
This cute Diorama card is a fun way to send a last minute holiday wish or a “thank you” for a special gift. Its simple message can be used in many ways and will bring a smile this holiday season. Another great thing about this card design is that it can be used for all occasions year round so you’re not limited to just the holidays. Change the paper and you have a great birthday card or baby announcement or anniversary card. The possibilities are endless.
The holiday season is finally upon us and it’s time to get down to creating the last of those holiday cards if you haven’t already. This snowy scene will be a nice addition to those cards you’ve already created. It will definitely put you in the mood for the holidays if you aren’t already.
The holidays are almost here and now is the last time to get those holiday cards ready to mail. Send these adorable holiday greetings around the world as this sleigh makes its own trip. Create this card and send to it all of your friends and let the fun of the season begin.
Be prepared for the holidays this year. Now is the time to be working on your holiday cards if you haven’t already. They will be here before we all know it. This woodsy feel card brings a fresh look to your cards for the season. It’s light and airy with a twist of winter added to it.
My family loves making their own holiday cards, but it is more time consuming so we thought we’d get an early start by setting up a card making station with the little ones. That way whenever we need a fast craft card making is always available. I know these cards will be unique and treasured by our friends and family because they are hand crafted with love and creativity! Here are some ideas to inspire your kids’ card making this season.
Felt candy cards are a truly unique way to send your holiday greeting. Kids will love writing small messages to go inside the “candy” and unwrapping their own.