These fun and simple cards give unique results every time. Make a bunch at one time to send throughout the year, or to use as accents in other papercrafts.
One die template can create stunning effects when the shape is repeated. Here it is used with repetition to enhance bird printed fabric that has been die cut. A quick and easy greeting card craft for everyone!
Card stock and puffy paper never made winter so much fun. Snow can shine in the sun and now it can shine in your home. Add some glitter and you have a great card.
Scan your journal pages and use them to make a unique matte for a picture. Alexa Westerfield gives you easy instructions to make this great craft using old journals.
Who doesn't love free paper crafts? Make this Kids' Monkey Business Keepsake Bag for the little one in your life. It's sure to spark their imagination.
A Japanese kimono stamp and an Oriental coin stand out in this Japanese-inspired card. The newsprint background is an interesting touch.
Celebrate the change of seasons with this handmade paper greeting card project that is Mother Earth-friendly. Nothing captures speckled hues of fall like recycled paper!
This charming design has Victorian appeal - sweet, old-fashioned, classy. Make it for a cherished friend, your mother, grandmother, or anyone who loves old-world charm. This handmade card is the perfect way to send cheer and affection today.
Welcome friends and family to a graduation party with this personalized invitation. The folding invite card is easy to make in a few steps.
Brighten up any room with this cute flower frame. Use buttons for the center of the flowers and sun. This is a quick and easy craft anyone can make. This makes for a great gift too.