I made this card entirely from my Cricut Expression machine, using Plantin Schoolbook for the words, and my new favorite cartridge — Everyday Paper Dolls — for everything else. That cartridge cuts out so many things! See why I love it.
Are you looking for a unique graduation card for someone special? Thanks to designer papers, you can find a wide array of sentiments, designs, and colors that will make your card stand out from all the rest. See how I made this graduation card.
Need a quick card for Valentine’s Day? These 2 cards with matching envelopes can easily be made using 2 decorative sheets of paper, heart stickers, and 1 sheet each of red and white paper.
Do you need a card for a special person? Try this unique ‘name’ card to let someone know that you’re proud of them. I love making personalized cards for kids with uncommon names, and the sentiment inside can be for any occasion.
For a special set of twins, I wanted to make unique cards for their 18th birthdays. I used my Cricut Expression and Design Studio software. Below I’ll describe exactly how I did each step. Plus, how you can make this card…
If black and orange and scary things are getting old each Halloween, change things up this year by making a fun Halloween card that’s bright and cheery instead. This one features a friendly spider with googly eyes and looks best using fun, colorful papers.
I’ve had a sheet of under-the-sea paper for awhile, and it was just screaming out for beachy seahorse accents. The Doodlecharms cartridge for the Cricut Expressions has this cute seahorse, so I finally used the paper to make this seahorse card for my friend’s Birthday.
This birthday card is for a lucky friend spending the summer with her family at the beach in North Carolina. See how I incorporated a beach theme for this sand castle card and matching envelope.
Is there a new baby in your life? Whether the baby boy or baby girl is a neighbor’s, friend’s, or relative’s, there’s nothing better than making your own handmade baby card to welcome the new bundle of joy. Here’s how to use rubber stamps & cute paper to make your own baby greeting cards.
I used this tri fold card that I received as a baby announcement as a model for my own version of a tri fold birthday card. You can use these same ideas to make your own tri fold cards
See how to make birthday card greeting cards yourself. Watch step-by-step as I make this handmade birthday card that features a cupcake, a birthday candle and extra special wishes.
This diaper pin baby card is one of the many fun cards I’ve made using the Wild Card cartridge for Cricut. I love this card and its cute matching envelope. See how I made this adorable baby gift card.
See how to reuse cards that play music with your own design. Yep, you can personalize them for your friends and family and still have the fun of the music! For this one I made a Spongebob card for a toddler.
I made this Snowman Buddy card as my Christmas card for 2008. It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas, so I wanted to share this fun idea with you now.
See how I made a glittery Birthday card. It’s simple and fun!
With the Cuttlebug machine, you to use their plastic and metal dies to cut and emboss paper. You can also use the dies of several other popular cutting machines. I wanted to be able to emboss paper and cutouts for my handmade cards and other craft projects. I couldn’t wait to start embossing!
See why I love my Kraft Edgers craft scissors that come in lots of fun shapes!
This is a new card style for me… it’s a pocket card with a pull-tab. It’s now one of my favorite ways to make handmade cards! Here’s how I did it… there are 2 different versions.
This handmade card for Father’s Day is a fun project for kids as well. I made this Father’s Day card with my God-daughter – it was a lot of fun!
Here’s an easy-to-make Father’s Day card that cuts right to the point: Dad, You Rock!
I hope this retirement scrapbook might inspire you to create one for the retiring teacher in your life. It could also be great as a year-end gift for a current teacher, perhaps sponsored by a talented class mom who is willing to be very hands-on with the project. Have fun with it — the possibilities are endless!
This is a graduation card for my 5-year old nephew who is graduating from pre-school. Obviously this card can be used for any type of graduation ceremony, and for graduates of any age.
I made a couple of graduation cards this year. This one feature’s the graduate’s name on the front cover. See how I made this graduation card, step-by-step.
This card was for a teenage girl. I used her first name and her favorite color to make her a handmade personal greeting card.
You can make this star-shaped card with or without a Cricut machine. Here are directions for making the card both ways…