With graduation season upon up, I thought I’d share how to make a DIY grad card yourself. See how to make DIY personalized graduation cards like this one — with the grad’s name, school colors, and graduation year. Plus a matching DIY envelope!
Whether you’re a teacher, homeschooling mom, or just an avid crafter, the Cricut machine is a tool that you will use over and over again. I use mine for papercrafting. Here’s my review of the Cricut Expression compared to the Original Cricut machine.
Want to know how to make an envelope for a card? Here are my step by step instructions for making envelopes that will match your handmade cards. See how to make an envelope step by step!
Follow my step-by-step instructions to make your own lucky cards this year. Celebrate your special friends with these handmade St Patricks Day cards – because nothing says ‘lucky’ quite like a 4-leaf clover and a ladybug!
A card I saw on Pinterest inspired me to make my own version as homemade Valentine cards. I created these 3 hearts cards which are great for sharing sentiments of love for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Weddings, and Get Well cards.
I make a lot of wreaths. See my best tips for making a burlap wreath yourself. I made this wreath with burlap as a thank you gift for friends who let me stay at their beach house.
It’s easy to make Graduation cards yourself. For this tutorial, we make a card that showcases the graduate’s special year on a handmade ‘tag’ shape.
Whether you like a true shamrock with only 3 petals or a lucky four leaf clover card, send the luck of the Irish with these simple DIY St Patricks Day cards
Handmade die cut cards are all the rage – especially when you use the Inlaid technique. Here’s how to make your own Valentines card (or any card) with this technique
Handmade anniversary cards have special meaning when your friends & relatives receive them. I’ve made quite a few. Here are the steps I use to make anniversary cards.