Maple Leaf Thanksgiving Card or Table Place Card

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Here’s a simple and fast card that you can take to your Thanksgiving dinner hosts, or you can use at your own table as name place cards! This one just takes cardstock, 2 patterned papers, 2 maple leaf die cuts, glimmer mist, ribbon, and a little tag that you can put a greeting or a name on. If you want to add a bit of texture to your leaves like I did for mine, you will need an embossing stylus and a mouse pad. The leaves can be used plain too, so no worries if you don’t have a stylus & mouse pad :). Follow along with the video below for complete instructions.

Teacup Get Well Handmade Card

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A hot cuppa can make a body feel so much better, just like the loving thoughts of a friend. This week’s card is a fun and whimsical way to give a little lovin’ to someone who’s not feeling so great! I used a Cricut cup die cut from Kate’s ABC’s cut at 3.5″, but you could use a stamp or a similar die cut. As long as you can fit a tea bag in the top, it will work. Follow along with the video forĀ  this fun project! (Alternatively, you can make a whole card shaped like a tea bag from the Hot Off the Press A Cuppa Template!)

Embossed Thank You Handmade Card

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This week’s project from Dinglefoot’s Scrapbooking is a super-easy and time-saving card! The front panel is embossed, but since it’s the same color as the background card, it looks like you took a ton of time to emboss just that piece of the the card front. Adding a little bit of ribbon and some scrap pieces of black and tan paper finished this card in record time!