Make your own birthday cards in virtually no time at all with these cardmaking ideas. Use paper flowers to embellish a simple card for a friend.
Summer is here, and that means lots of yard sales, rummage sales, and charity fundraisers. Why not take your scraps of paper and transform them into artistic greeting cards that you can sell.
Celebrate the birth of a baby with this sweet and fun card. It uses purchased die cuts along with Kreinik Iron-on thread a simple way to dress up a card without messy glue.
Gather up those paper scraps and get ready to turn them into the cutest Butterfly Card you've ever seen! With the help of the Fuse Creativity System Starter Set, you can create a simple and stunning 3D handmade card that's great for anyone.
If you're looking for fun and different card making ideas, look no further than this innovative paper project. Create a Pretty Peacock Card using decorative paper and fun embellishments. This is a fantastic craft for a birthday or special occasion.
The elegant use of white space sets off delicate flowers and a colorful butterfly in this handmade, stamped card. A grid background and an actual ribbon add wonderful texture and dimensionality.
Serendipity is part of creativity and you will be making serendipity paper to make this fun colorful card by Maria Nerius. Never throw out those paper scraps!
Make your own birthday cards with this easy project idea. The pansy birthday card features beautiful paper flowers, making it the perfect birthday card for a mother, sister, or friend.
A red and gold card stamped with cherry blossoms is sure to dazzle the recipient. Let this card inspire you to create a Japanese set. The stamped images are sophisticated and lovely.
This simple handmade card gets its charm from the dinosaurs that are fussy cut for the center. The petals are curved down to give them dimension, and the patterned papers all coordinate for a card that could be sent to a male or female, young or old.