Today’s project is a Double Sided Pocket Card x 2.
Each card measures 6 inches by 6 inches and has a pocket on the outside with a tag and a pocket on the inside for a gift card or other goodie.
The first card I made for my niece who is celebrating her 5th birthday this weekend. I haven’t decided what goodie to put inside yet but I’ll add something before I give it to her.
Explosion boxes are so much fun. You can add pictures, journaling notes or other mementos and give to someone special to brighten their day. This box is no different and since I have started drinking so much tea lately I thought this would be the perfect theme.
I used the “Tea Party” card stock pack from Craft Smith and cut the explosion box and panels on my Cricut Explore. The teacup came from the Silhouette store.
So happy to be posting my Frilly Easel Cards today! The SVG is from My Scrap Chick. I used my Cricut Explore to cut out the file and then embellished the easel cards with flowers, lace, tulle and mini jewels.
First up is my favorite… at least I think this one is my favorite. I just love them all! I used the My Reflections Blossom Card Stock from Close to My Heart. I absolutely love how this paper cuts so smoothly on my Explore.
Next up are two Mother’s Day Cards.
These cards are dimensional and make great keepsakes. You can easily put them on display.
I hope you enjoyed my project. Thanks for stopping by!
I love working on mini albums! Sometimes they take me much longer than other projects but the results are always fabulous.
Here is my newest mini album…the Dream Big Mini!
I love to make thank you gifts to show my appreciation and here is my most recent project.
I created Thank You gift bags. The bag topper is an image from the Silhouette store that I cut out on my Portrait. I added them to standard size plastic candy bags and filled them with an assortment of treats.
I added enamel dots that I baked from Perler dots and I think they added just the right touch to the flower center.
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If you are like me, you are a craft hoarder. I constantly buy scrapbook paper, card stock, embellishments, ATG tape, glitter, etc…the list goes on and on and of course includes enamel dots.
Until I learned that I could DIY enamel dots also!!!!
Supplies: Perler Beads, Parchment Paper, Cookie Sheet and oven
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Place each Perler bead on parchment paper on top of a cookie sheet. I tried to give each bead a little bit of space.
Place your beads in the oven and let them bake for 12 minutes. If they have a little indent you can turn the oven off and let the beads continue to bake while the oven cools.
Once the beads are too your liking, pull them out of the oven and allow them to completely cool and tada! Your very own enamel dots for all your crafty projects.
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January is my birthday month but I also share this birthday month with my dad, two brothers, a sister in law and my nephew! Whew, that’s a lot celebrations and a lot of gifts!
In honor of my birthday month, this week I finished a Happy Birthday Mini Album.
This album is 6.75 x 5.50 inches. Each page has a pocket with tags on one side and the other side has room for pictures or other keepsakes. There are a total of 16 tags.
I just love all of the designer paper I was able to use to decorate each cupcake! Plus there is room for pictures on one side and the other holds cute tags.
The tags are probably my fav! I used a different tag for each cupcake and added tulle or ribbon for the pull.
If this is your birthday month also, Happy Birthday to you! I hope you enjoyed my project.
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I am in love with ballet and all things ballet. I luckily have a tiny niece who shares my enthusiasm and who is starting her second year of ballet.
Last year, her birthday theme was pink ballerinas and the garland I created today is a rendition of that garland. My Ballerina Rosette Garland is approximately 65 inches in length.
Each rosette has a white doily background layered on top of a purple background. Each ballerina has a purple tulle skirt and if the focal point of each rosette.
I used purple grosgrain ribbon and each rosette is spaced at 7 inches apart.
This was so much fun to make. I hope you like it as much as I do.
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The count down to Christmas continues and here is my next Christmas card. It is the Poinsettia Box Card from SVG Cuts. I love how simple it was to put together and think I may be making a few more of these tonight.
Is today really December 21st?! I don’t know about you but not only is my Christmas shopping not done but my handmade crafty gifts are just coming to fruition…well in my mind.
As I go down and check off the lucky recipients of my handmade love, I decided to start with something quick that will go well for all those on my list getting gift cards, cash or just a Christmas wish.
My project today were Christmas pocket cards in their own box card holder. The box card holder also has a magnetic closure.
The box card holder fits 8 pocket cards with a little extra room for some candy canes or Hershey kisses. This would also be an ideal gift to give!
My plan is to give out most of the pocket cards and then keep one card in the box and add a little gift.
I made each pocket card out cardstock I cut down to 6×6 and added a white mat on the front and matted Christmas cardstock on the back. I also punched an eyelet hole at the top and added a little decorative ribbon.
Then I stamped each card with Merry Christmas. I’ll write a little note on the card and then add a gift card to each one.
I was going to add more embellishments to the front of each pocket card but I thought the paper was just too cute to cover up!
I have a more Christmas projects to come. I hope you enjoyed this one and maybe it sparked some ideas for you.
I also have another box card set for sale in my Etsy shop that is not Christmas themed; feel free to stop by!
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