Make an elegant floral card with this free SVG file. Great for weddings and anniversaries or any special greeting.
What a beautiful card that could be used for a wedding, an anniversary, or just a special greeting. You can add your own sentiment or leave it as is. I love how the neutral colors coordinate together. Three different papers were used to make this card.
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I cut the file on a Cricut Maker. As a reminder, set the red lines to score and load your scoring tool before setting the file to cut. Similar weight cardstocks can be cut at the same time. Set your machine to 100lb cardstock for the Stardream and the Gold Glitter and run the cut twice. Just push the go button again without removing your mat.
The cut file has three parts to glue together. Any adhesive will work, I am using Reptile Craft Adhesive. I’ve placed it into a smaller bottle (as seen in the photo above). You can purchase the pearl gems at the Dollar Tree.
If you would like a coordinating gift box, see the following link: Circular Box
Please visit the store to download the free SVG file for the card. [Elegant Card SVG]
This view shows the detail of the decorative piece on the front of the card. I like the dimension gained from the addition of the pearl gems as well as the see-through element of the vellum.
The above view of the card shows off the see-through quality of the vellum.
Making a get-well card with Fairy Stamper stamp and stencil.
with Fairy Stamper
As a part of the Fairy Stamper’s Video Design Team, I have a new card tutorial for making a get-well greeting card. I could probably send this to myself as I am getting over a cold that lasted a long 2.5 weeks where I lost my voice. So I have a lot of catching up to do. Thankfully, no Covid, I was tested twice!
cardstock – blue, green, white
white embossing powder
DIY shimmer spray
Rinea Foiled Paper – die-cut sentiment
I wanted to try something different with my stamping in that we typically stamp in black and I wanted to use white. I wasn’t sure about stamping a fairy in white so I chose to work with the florals. I also wanted to use a stencil to texturize the background and I really like how that turned out.
The close-up image above caught the DIY shimmer mist really well on the card. If you would like to learn how I made it, you can follow this link. [shimmer mist]
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Follow along to make this fairy card with heart stems. Lots of techniques included.
Today I am working with a stamp from Fairy Hugs called Alexa. She is joyful and playful so I added an array of three different colored heart stems behind her to amplify her action. The card doesn’t have a sentiment. I like leaving them blank until later so the card can be used for a variety of different occasions. I can always add a sentiment but changing one isn’t that easy.
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heart stem die
clear embossing powder
Versamark ink pad
purple ink pad
card stock – a variety of colors
foam tape *
Brother Scan n Cut
Wink of Stella
Blue metallic marker *
Cricut Paper Trimmer * items were purchased at the Dollar Tree
A variety of different techniques were used in putting this card together. You can see them step by step in the video tutorial below.
Above is a close-u image of the card so you can see some of the details. The final touches while seem small really do add to the overall vision of the card.
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Make greeting cards using up your scraps can be an enjoyable creative process.
Making a card doesn’t have to be difficult. Using up your scrap pieces can be an enjoyable creative process and useful too. I keep my little scraps in a basket on the side of my craft table and then put color coordinating pieces together. When there are enough of them, I start to make cards with them.
I used cardstock and Rinea Foil but any paper will work. I didn’t cut down or adjust the pieces. I find it a fun creative process to work around these constraints and find a pleasing composition.
I color my own gem stickers to coordinate with the design. This tip is a great cost-saving. I didn’t add a sentiment to the card. This makes the design flexible for a variety of different uses and I can personalize it when it’s needed.
If you would like to see how I created the foiled embellishment: https://youtu.be/IZIdyWZ0BSc
A close-up view. The card is a bit difficult to photograph but is beautiful in person.
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Grab this free SVG file to create a layered greeting card. @scraperfect #sponsored
Today I have a post on ScraPerfect for this beautiful layered greeting card. I am sharing the free SVG file below but if you want to see the entire post and the video tutorial follow the link: [layered card]
I used a Cricut Maker to cut and score the card stock. Don’t forget to set the red line to score before cutting.
The SVG file contains additional layers that weren’t used in this project. Feel free to use as many or as few of the layers as you desire. The additional layers are shown in blue and create a slight outline.
What a fun Christmas card with removable ornament with the Maker’s Movement Joy Die Set.
This Christmas card with a removable snowflake ornament was so fun to make. Thanks to Maker’s Movement for providing the Joy Die. When I first saw the die, I knew I wanted to make an ornament out of the snowflake.
red construction paper
Joy Die Set
Make Art board
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