Over the weekend I started decorating my apartment for Christmas. It’s one of the most favorite aspects of the holidays for me. I like it so much, that this theme is often represented in my cards as well. Today I want to share a holiday card showcasing a holiday home decor setup.
I know that farmhouse style is getting outdated (at least according to Gen Z and TikTok, which totally shame it). But I cannot help to still love it very much. Especially when it comes to the holiday theme. The card I’m sharing today reminds me of holiday Hallmark movies (where visiting a tree farm is a mandatory action).
I like how a simple contrast added to a card brings it onto another level. If you feel like your card is missing something – try to use this trick.
I like having cards with a slick and minimalistic design in my holiday cards stash. They’re useful when you need to give a card to a person for whom a more colorful and/or playful one may be not the best choice (i.e. professional environment). Sharing today one of such cards, that featured a wonderful set from Papertrey Ink as well as one small cardstock saving trick.
I love everything about fall, anything you can name. Gorgeous fall foliage would be on anyone’s list, but I also love rain. When it comes to fall cards one of my to-go recipes is replicating the look of wet fall leaves after rain. Today I want to share such card featuring Papertrey Ink products.
Do you like the rustic style? I do pretty much. Especially in wedding decor. Although let’s face it, any style of wedding decor if made tasteful looks awesome. And it’s a great source of inspiration. Today I want to share a couple of wedding cards inspired by the rustic style.
Today I want to share several Father’s Day cards. I know for many crafters masculine cards can be tough to make, but really they’re even simpler than any other type of card.
Do you feel Spring approaching? Even though it’s quite chilly out still you still can feel the Spring in the air. I want to share today a fresh Spring card featuring all of those Spring classics – fresh soft colors, bunnies, flowers.
Today I want to share a couple of love-themed cards. These designs can be used for Valentine cards as well as any card you want to express you love with.