The holiday season is a time for showing your loved ones how much you care about them. You can do that with a gift, but the best way to do it is with a heartfelt message that’s written in a handmade card. The Season’s Greetings collection provides you with all of the holiday tools you need to make a beautiful greeting card. And the ultimate accent piece for these cards? Red & White Decorative Washi Tape! This photo-safe adhesive is gorgeous to look at and adds a little bit of holiday flair to everything it’s used on. Read on to find out how to best use it on your holiday cards!
I love my digital scrapbooking content around special occasions because I can personalize, gifts, cards, invites, decorations, tags and more! Just wanted to share an idea to make your own tags for your Christmas gifts. The Christmas Past Collection is perfect for making tags!
I started with an 8 x 10 blank page and made 13 – 2 x 3 photo holders.
Do you love receiving a personalized card? I do and I love making them to send to my friends and family at Christmas and all through the year. We receive so much electronic mail now and opening the mailbox to a personalized card is refreshing!
I grabbed the Digital Christmas Past Collection and added the Digital Ruby ABC/123 to make a card with the most recent photos of my children. So quick and fun to create a card to share with friends and family at Christmastime.
Nothing makes me happier than using up my scrap paper to put together a card/envelope duo that is going to make a loved one’s day. Last week I shared with you some super fun and simple cards that you could put together using the Painted Harvest collection. Today we are going to make some coordinating envelopes!
For the blog post on how to make the cards jump over HERE!
Once again, ’tis the season to send some fun greetings to your family and friends, and who doesn’t love a handmade card? This fun pop-up card (another variation of it was shown in Stefani Jones’ blog) is totally unique, and it’s actually quite simple to create. Really! And the best part is that you can also simply swap out papers and stickers later, too, and create fun birthday cards, Mother’s Day cards, etc. Easy peezy! Click to read full post