5 Charming Card DIYs

All this week, we have been talking about the best ways to store and organize all of your cards. This includes your handmade cards, greeting card, and even your card making supplies. For instances, if you are someone who likes to save the cards you receive, our Card Saver Binder can store up to 30 greeting cards. On the other hand, if you like making cards in batches (so you can send them throughout the year) our Denise Buddy Bag can hold up to 60 handmade cards.

Regardless of your card making skills, I think we all love to look at handmade cards because of there beauty, charm, and detail. So, to give you some inspiration for the next time you are making cards, I gathered up 5 handmade cards that are sure to make you smile!

1. No Prob Llama

Llamas seem to be the animal trend of 2018 and I absolutely love it! This adorable card made by Mitsyana from the blog Up On Tippy Toes is one that you would never want to put away. Besides the llama being super cute, I also like the style of this card, since it not like a traditional fold-over card.

2. 10 Handmade Cards that Inspire

You read that title right, 10 Handmade Cards that Inspire! Erin from the blog Scraps of Reflections shows you how to make 10 unique but super simple handmade cards on her YouTube channel. My favorite card that she made was this ”Hello” card because of the camera scrapbooking paper and its color.

3. Blue Skies Card using Xyron & Lawn Fawn Stamps

This Blue Skies Card by Karen of The Stampin Palace is the perfect card to send if you wanted to brighten someone’s day! What I personally loved most about this card, was the mixture of textures. For example, on the card, you have scrapbooking paper, burlap, 3D elements, and even crocheted ribbon!

4. Make Your Own Stamped Wreath – Card Process Video (Hampton Art)

If you have ever wanted to try something new with your floral stamps, like stamping in a wreath pattern, then you will love this card tutorial! This Thank You, Wreath Card, by Christine of the blog Scrapping with Christine, looks complicated but is actually really simple. Christine shows you step by step how to create this beautiful card on her YouTube channel in under 10 minutes!

The reason why I liked this card was because of the colors and the bohemian vibe.

5. Birthday Card with Authentique

If vintage cards are more your style then Pam from the blog Scrapbook Flair is your type of card maker! This gorgeous tri-fold birthday card has that vintage feel but includes great pops of color. Personally, I liked this card because of the vintage images and the combination of scrapbooking papers!

Remember that all this week are talking about ways to organize your cards! So, make sure you check out the current sale that is happening this week and to check back for more card themed posts, here on the blog.

What was your favorite card featured in this post?

Thanks for stopping by today.

Happy Crafting!

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