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Have fun creating a lovely, unique card using the collage art form. This is a guide about handmade rustic flowers and vases collage card.
Send a friend or family member a lovely greeting card heralding the arrival of spring. This is a guide about handmade "Spring is Here!" card.
There are so many motifs you can incorporate into your homemade cards. In this one we see an African sunset. This is a guide about handmade sunset silhouette card.
This is a guide about making fall birthday and greeting cards. Use a variety of fall motifs and make your own greeting cards.
This is a guide about making a watermelon card. Celebrate the summer with a cute watermelon invitation or greeting card that you make yourself.
This is a guide about making shaker cards. Make your own greeting cards with dimensional windows that you can fill with confetti, potpourri or anything you like.
This is a guide about making fabric covered cards. Create beautiful unique greeting and gift cards using fabric. You can use your fabric scraps or buy yardage for the project.
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Our granddaughter is graduating from preschool Friday. She has a house kitty that she adores. Whenever I find a card with a picture that looks like her Cookie, I buy it. I found a birthday card but not a graduating from preschool one.
I have not bought a greeting card of any kind for more years than I can remember. How easy it is to make all kinds of beautiful cards with personalized photos from your own computer.
Greeting cards made from card stock, ribbons, and beads. Fold an 8 1/2 by 11 piece of textured cardstock to make a greeting card.
Many of us make our own cards. When it comes to using commercial scoring tools, you end up having a lot of money tied up in such a creative hobby.
One woman's remnant, is another woman's reward. Every single garage sale/estate sale I have ever been to has had at least one bag of miscellaneous sewing notions: buttons, lace, beads, and threads for cheap.
I have been using www.snapfish.com to create greeting cards that I can print on my own home printer. Any kind of card stock or even good thick writing paper works well.
Here is a craft idea. The inserts that come in all magazines for subscriptions and other advertisements. I use those as bases for my greeting cards. Some of them are as heavy as cardstock paper.
You can make your own greeting cards by savings up interesting pix you find and then mounting them on computer card . . .
I love stamping and giving greeting cards to all my friends and family. These cards are made from wallpaper books that are normally discarded by paint stores. I got the books and made lovely cards using the wallpaper samples. Added a sentiment inside and I have instant cards that are beautiful.
You can make your own personalized greeting cards by using blank note cards and writing in your own greeting. I use color-coordinated calligraphy pens to make the writing special.
Want to make a great gift that will remind you of spring all winter long? Go out and remove the last of your pansies and daisies and press them in a book. You know that lacy looking weed that took over? Well go pick some of those leaves and press them also. Just don't pick the poison ivy. :)
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I need some legal advice. Can I make cards to sell at a craft fayre or in church using the pictures from shop-bought cards I have received?
My picture on the greeting card does not fill the whole front of the card there are always margins, how can i make it fill the whole thing?
I would like to make a greeting card for one of my "bridge playing friends" using some cards from a deck of cards. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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I'm a rubber stamper/scrapper/paper crafter. This is a photo of one of my hand stamped "purses" and matching card. I usually make 6 cards for each "purse" and give them as gifts.