Wednesday, July 01, 2009
Handmade Card Tutorial
Hello! Today, I am sharing a handmade card project.
Gather your supplies:
1. Blank 5 1/2" x 4" blank notecard
2. 5 3/8" x 3 7/8" piece of cardstock
3. 6 - 1 3/4" squares of coordinating scrapbook paper
4. 15" length of ribbon
Cut 6 - 1 3/4" squares of scrapbook paper.
Glue to cardstock rectangle, as shown.
Glue cardstock to front of blank notecard.
Tie a ribbon around center of card, tie a knot and trim ends.
Add any embellishments, if desired. I used a tiny flower and pink gem.
Send to a friend!
A few more things I've made this week...
Everything can be found in my Etsy Shop!
Thank you for stopping by and taking a look. I hope your week is going well. We are having company over this evening and then it's time to get ready for the 4th of July. Happy Canada Day to my Canadian friends and Happy Birthday to my brother, Stephen!
There will be a Show and Tell Friday, so I hope to see you then.
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Happy Canada Day from Nova Scotia!
All of these are just gorgeous!
Thank you for the tutorial! That's a lovely card. I love your tags. Beautiful things as always!
Beautiful cards! Love the colors and papers you chose.
Happy Canada Day!
I haven't stopped by to say hi for awhile but wanted to say that I always enjoy your card tutorials...they are so beautiful and helpful. Of course, I always enjoy your blog when I visit no matter the topic. :o)
Hope you're having a great summer so far. Oh, and if you and the girls are interested, we're reading "Wind In The Willows" together over at Old Fashioned Times.
How pretty!!.I can't wait to make some....Jo
Beautiful cards. Thanks for the how to.
Oh so pretty! I was very surprised and happy to fine a "card tutorial" on your blog today.
Have a fun Wed. evening. I know you are having company for supper.
I'll have to make a few of the cards. Thanks for the "how to"!
What cute idea for a card, Kelli! Thanks again for sharing your talent with us:)
I've got to get "with it" and make some cards... summer it flying by already!
Happy 1st of July!
Beautiful things. You've been busy.
Gorgeous cards and labels !!!!
Have a great day !!
These are all so feminine and delicate looking, Victorian I believe. You are so very talented.
Another beautiful card! You are so creative!
I'm planning to make cards later this week and this is an excellent idea. Now just to find some papers that coordinate.
This is beautiful sister!!!
I've told you before and I will say it again. You make this look so easy!! You are so talented!!
Have a great weekend!
Isn't it fun to just sit down and "create"? I could go up to my room and do it for hours on end (if I had the time).
While on our trip I came across some wonderful things to use on cards and tags. I found vintage "tea cards". I had never seen or heard of them. But they have the date of 1960 on them, and look like small playing cards. They have great pictures of butterflies and birds on them.
I'll send you some pictures.
Have a wonderful, peaceful and safe 4th! Karen
I took the liberty to feature your lovely shell center piece on my blog.
Looooved the card ideas. I have not been able to read your blog (Dad w/ cancer) as much as I had. I will do better.
Thanks for sharing
These are all lovely! Thanks for sharing!
Very, very pretty! I love all of your projects. This week I found a great deal on blank cards so I snatched them up!
Such cute ideas!
The cards are very pretty!
So simple and yet so pretty.
Another beautiful card.
Did you get the one I posted for you a few days ago??
Here is the link in case you missed it.
You are soo talented. Love all your cards.
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