It’s easy to add hand drawn touches to clean and simple cards when you just need a little something to pull the design together.
By Card Making and Paper Crafts Contributor Heidi. Follow Heidi on Instagram @bluescallopcreations.
Even though the holidays are months away, it’s never too early to think about what kind of cards you would like to send out. If you are planning on making your own cards, you want them to be quick and easy to recreate. My project today uses only paper punches and your favorite paper for a modern and fun twist on the traditional Christmas card.
When it comes to stamping the possibilities truly are endless. Whether you’re making your own stamps using everyday materials, or using favorite store bought rubber stamps, stamping on paper or linen, you and your family can create memorable keepsakes, decorate clothing, make presents or just create for the sake of creating!
This first project is a fantastic tutorial for hand stamping linen. This would make a great teen or family craft. Once you make the stamps kids can do the stamping. Everyone can decorate their own scarves with a little help from older siblings and parents.
Hand Stamped Scarf – Think Crafts
My nieces love bringing home dandelions, rocks, sticks, and other natural found objects from our nature walks. This is a great relaxing craft to do once we’re back at home cataloging our treasures.
Nature Made Stamps – Think Crafts
These Rolling Pin Stamps are a brilliant way to use items you have around the house to make a toddler approved craft. Perfect for creating home made wrapping paper, or themed wall art, or just enjoying stamping on a rainy afternoon.
Rolling Pin Stamps – Thrive 360 Living
Now that autumn is here and it’s almost time to harvest those gourds and pumpkins here’s a craft to indulge in pumpkin celebration!
Pumpkin Potato Printing – Growing a Jeweled Rose
Stamping makes the best wrapping paper, what better way to wrap a homemade craft or a housewarming gift?
Watermelon Wrapping Paper – Inner Child Fun
This next tutorial is a great example of crafting with kids even when you’re out of town. What a great way to learn from the places you visit and create art from new things you find.
Art Inspiration with Leaves – Mommy Labs