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Happy Holidays Card Series # 1

So happy to be ahead of the holiday card curve.  Most years I plan to be on top of things and then before I know it, Thanksgiving is here and I am trying to get 50 cards made and mailed in time for Christmas.  One year, I even changed all of my cards to “Happy […]

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Happy Halloween to Owl of You!

Don’t you just love Halloween!  The costumes, the candy, the scary movies, haunted houses, the rustling of fallen leaves – it’s so much fun.  In celebration, I am sharing my final Halloween card of the year.  It features an owl and it is quite clever.  You see, it was made from papers that were not […]

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Halloween Hex Card

Another quick card tutorial video.  Made using paper punches and paper scraps from previous projects,  I love the graphic look of this card (courtesy of the hexagon punches).  This design is easy to duplicate and would make a nice set of note cards or gift cards. Thanks for looking! Supplies: (Some of these products are […]

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Cardmaking: Happy Halloween Pendant Card

Just sharing a quick card tutorial video.  The card was made using paper scraps from previous projects.  As with many Ayday Creatives tutorials the goal is to inspire and share ideas.  Although, a list of supplies is featured below – this simple layout can be used for any theme and with any paper collection.  Hope […]

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A Pop Of Joy!

This was my first attempt at creating a pop-up card with my Cricut and I am pleased with how it came out. I wanted to have the recipient’s name on the inside so I used Make The Cut software to design the cut file. There are three layers to the name to help add some […]

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A Whole Latte

I went back and forth on this card, as well as the owl card (from my last post) on whether or not to use a pun. I wondered is it too sweet? too corny? too Lifetime Movie Network?? But then I realized that giving cards is meant to be sweet and yes even a little […]

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