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Easy Envelopes for Handmade Cards .Directions: 1. Lay your card diagonally on a square piece of paper that's just a little larger than your card on each side. (If you make your card from an 8 1/2” x 11” or 9” x 12” paper folded in half, then a 12” x 12” square will work perfectly for the envelope. For a small 4” x 5” card, a 7” x 7” square will work well.) 2. Fold each side up over the card, beginning with one of the shorter sides and ending with one of the longer sides. If you lightly…


So, you want to make a card.... Amazing resource by kgd craftermath for folk who have never made their own cards before! Great for visual-learners!


Keeping Your Cards Organized

Organize all of the cards you don't want to get rid of into cute books! i did this for all of Tim's get well cards to keep them together while he was in the hospital saved a lot of room, and they will stand up well, just need to put a cover/title on it!


DIY :: Gilded Business Cards

DIY Gilded Business Cards Stack business cards as perfectly as possible, and weigh down with a heavy rock. If you don’t want to compromise the top card, cover with paper. Spray all four sides of stack gold and allow to dry for three minutes… that’s it!


Red Poinsettias Decoupage Sheet on Craftsuprint designed by Robyn Cockburn - 3 beautiful poinsettias to layer and arrange on your card front as you please. Group them in the centre of your card, or the corner. Add die cut swirls or ferns underneath, glitter the tips of the petals and you will have an original ans spectacular card! - Now available for download!