Showing posts with label cards. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cards. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Lift-the-Flap Valentine Chocolates Card

Happy Valentine's Day!  I hope you have a wonderful time celebrating with your loved ones.  Today I'm sharing a Valentines's Craft that my son and I made this year for my husband.  It's a lift-the-flap Valentine's Day Box of Chocolate Card.  You lift the flap to reveal secret messages from the ones you love.



Lift the Flap Valentine's Day Chocolates Card


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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Surprise Smiling Face Cards

These DIY cards are adorable and seriously funny.  I saw Craftwack's ferocious beings cards and knew that we had to do something with faces.  So tada!  Open up the smiling faces to reveal a secret message inside!


surprise smiling face cards -a fun kid made craft where you open the card to reveal a hidden message inside
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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Free Printable Fingerprint Birthday Cards

Is a birthday coming up?  Looking for a neat birthday card idea?  Well, here are two free birthday card ideas (and 2 free printables!) that you might like.  Aren't these fingerprint birthday cards adorable?  Friends and guests can decorate a card with colorful fingerprints to make these special balloon and birthday cake cards.   

Free Printable Fingerprint Birthday Cards


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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Cute Handmade Cupcake Birthday Card

Is someone you know having a birthday this month?  Why not make them a cute cupcake birthday card?

Cute Handmade Cupcake Birthday Card


easy and cute handmade birthday card


Today I'm over at DIY Candy sharing how I made this cute birthday card.

Happy making, friends!

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Make GIANT DIY Greeting Cards for Family and Friends

I don't know about you, but there's something cute and fun about seeing super tiny or super big things.  Today  I'm over at DIY Candy sharing how I made these Giant DIY Greeting Cards!

how to make giant diy greeting cards with kids!




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how to make giant greeting cards with kids


Saturday, March 28, 2015

Crayon Hugger Cards

This past week Chuck attended his friends' (twin boys) birthday party.   I was all set to have him cards for them.... but then we totally ran out of time.  (Does that ever happen to you?  It happens to me all. the. time.)  So the morning of the party, I came up with this really, really, REALLY easy set of birthday cards for the two boys.

Inspired by Lia Griffith's super cute Valentine's Candy Huggers (which by the way, you should totally check out because she includes free templates for them), I doodled up some crayon hugger cards.

Melted Crayon Hugger Cards

DIY Crayon Hugger Cards- Easy for kids to make and give!

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Aren't they adorable?  Here's the super quick tutorial showing how we made them!


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

How to do Flower Pounding

Happy Earth Day everyone!  How's the weather where you are?  It's slowly getting warmer and sunnier over here, so Chuck and I have been taking nature walks around our neighborhood.  I was surprised to see so many tiny flowers blooming.  (Nature is so resilient, isn't she?)  Chuck really loved seeing the colorful blossoms too.  We ended up picking quite a few and bringing them back to do some flower pounding. 

How to do Flower Pounding With Kids

How to do Flower Pounding


This craft basically involves hitting flowers (or grass or leaves) with a hammer or rock to release their pigment.  As you can probably guess, it was a big hit with the little guy.  (Sorry downstairs neighbors!)  Keep reading to see how we pounded our flowers!


Friday, February 21, 2014

Printing with Flowers

Do you have wilting flowers?  Before tossing them away, why not try making some flower prints with them?   Chuck and I dipped flower heads in paint and made some lovely prints.  Then, once the prints dried, I turned them into some personalized, springy stationary.

printing with flowers and turning it into stationary
So don't throw away your Valentine's Day flowers just yet.  Keep them and make some cards! 


Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Toddler Painted Valentine's Day Cards (for a Teacher and Parent)

(Hubby- Please don't read this post because the bottom card is for you.)

Illness + freezing cold temperatures = A LOT of time spent cooped up in a two-bedroom apartment

To help pass the time, Chuck and I have been doing tons of arts and crafts projects.  Luckily, he's got a new interest in painting and gluing. (Yes!  My son finally shows some interest in crafting with mommy!  Woo hoo!) Here are two Valentine's Day cards that we made together for Chuck's Sunday School teachers and hubby.

(So hubby, once again, do NOT read the bottom of this post...)

1.  Painted Fish Valentine's Day Card


Keep reading to see how we made this card (and to see hubby's card....shhh... it's a surprise)...

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