If you’re in a hurry, this is the card for you (and don’t try to make it sideways if you want the squares straight lol!) :). Grab your favorite shape punch and a sticker and you’ll be all set! I used squares for this one, but try triangles, circles, hearts, leaves or whatever you happen to have on your craft shelf.
The white card is 5″ x 5″, so I punched 8 squares from pink cardstock and grabbed a square sticker. The sticker was very thin so I put it on a piece of cardstock and cut it out. I also used zots to pop up every other square, a teensy flower that I put a jewel in the center, and some Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue to embellish the sticker a little bit. That’s about it!
Make this humorous St. Patrick’s Day card along with me! I used the Spellbinder’s Labels #1 Die (biggest size), Lime Green Stickles, Silver Medium Brads, a border punch and corner rounder punch, and pearl adhesive jewel strips.
If you need the saying, click here on Luck Saying to download and print it. It is a Microsoft Word file.
Feel free to follow along with me in the video below!
I used a masking technique for this card — one I came up with in a hurry, so if you have any suggestions how to do it better, let me know 🙂 I am a new masker lol
This card is embellished with mini brushed gold heart brads and Ranger Stickles glitter glue. All of the stamping was done with Ranger Distress Inks, which lend a nice classic touch to the card.
Sometimes you just have to use Princess colors to make a girl feel good! So this week, the card has classic pink & purple with flowers and a touch of bling with Stickles.
For this card, you will need eyelash yarn, a chipboard tag, small flowers, stickles, a border punch and a piece of embossed cardstock, glue and tacky tape, along with your card and pink piece of cardstock. Come follow along in the video below!
This card was a happy accident 🙂 I saw a gorgeous leaf card on a blog the other day and thought the lady had really used a leaf to make it. The leaf she used was stamped in silver and it looked phenomenal. Well, I don’t own a big leaf stamp but I figured it was worth giving a real leaf a chance and see what happened!
It was so much fun experimenting! I also found a way online to dry my leaves quickly — in 30 seconds! So hopefully you can grab a cup of coffee and watch my little oak leaf card video below 🙂
You don’t need much to make your card, just a swirly stamp and ink, some gold embossing powder, gold stickles and bling if you want.