These projects are designed for kids to make with assistance for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. They will also work for birthdays and other special occasions. Included in this tutorial are the directions to make two cards, a mini scrapbook, a gift box boat and treat holder tent. Think of all the fun you could have making these projects with the little crafters in your life. Not to mention the joy these gifts will bring to the Mom or Dad who gets them as a handmade gift! These projects would also be great for a kids craft class!
This adorable project comes to you designed by Carrie Rhoades. To get the instructions for Carrie’s project, just subscribe to May over at Craft Project Central. And if you have a minute, please leave Carrie a comment on her project.
We have the Bat Mitzvah of a friend’s daughter this evening, and I wanted to match the card to her invitation which was done in lavender and white.
Stamps: Mazel Tov (Papertrey)
Paper: Pear Pizzazz, Elegant Eggplant, Wisteria Wonder, Whisper White, Subtles Designer Series Paper
Ink: Elegant Eggplant, Wisteria Wonder
Other: Whisper White 5/8″ Satin Ribbon, 1 3/4″ Circle Punch, 2″ Circle Punch
I was able to combine three challenges for this card! I used the inspiration photo from Stampin’ Royalty, the colors from Crazy 4 Challenges, and the spring flowers theme from The Card Concept (where my card is, always, clean & layered).
Do you want to join Stampin’ Up!’s #imbringingbirthdaysback movement by sending more birthday cards? This project ensemble will help you get started! Included in this tutorial are two, fancy fold birthday cards and one balloon treat box. The projects feature the Balloon Builders Stamp Set and the It’s My Birthday Designer Series Paper Stack. The tutorial also includes four different animal balloons made with the stamp set. This would also make a great #imbringingbirthdaysback class!
This beautiful project comes to you designed by Christy Fulk. This is a bonus project! Bonus projects can be obtained by subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or by referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting us know. And if you have a minute, please leave Christy a comment on her project over there.
What’s black & white and red all over? A newspaper of course! This one is Very Vanilla, instead of white, but close enough. This adorable typewriter stamp set is only available until the end of May.
Stamps: Tap Tap Tap
Ink: Archival Basic Black, Smoky Slate
Paper: Real Red, Very Vanilla, Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper
I used this week’s great sketch from Pals Paper Arts.
There are fun colors over at the Color Throwdown this week. They would be perfect for Hanukkah, but since it is the middle of Passover, I just couldn’t bring myself to make a Hanukkah card. So I made a thank you card instead.
Stamps: A World of Thanks, Endless Thanks
Ink: Crushed Curry, Night of Navy
Paper: Crushed Curry, Night of Navy, Whisper White
Other: Night of Navy Seam Binding
In addition to the colors from the Color Throwdown, I used the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches.
Categories: Cards, Thank You
Thanks to the Baby’s First Framelits, I have a quick and clean baby card for you today.
Stamps: Made with Love
Ink: Night of Navy
Paper: Sahara Sand, Calypso Coral, Regals Designer Series Paper
Other: Baby’s First Framelits, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Calypso Coral Seam Binding
I used the colors from Global Design Project, the Welcome Baby theme from Stamp Ink Paper, and the Congratulations theme from SUO Challenges.
It’s time for Spring and time for digging in the dirt in the garden! This Farmer’s Market Easel Card Gift Set is a wonderful way to share a gift from the garden with someone special. In this tutorial you will learn to make a wonderful easel card with drawer that can be decorated in so many different ways for different occasions. The set also includes a stamped muslin bag for storing seeds and a beautiful gift tag for gift giving. You will also learn how to make the images stamped on muslin bags burst with color! This set would be perfect for a stamp camp or as a special gift for Spring!
This amazing project comes to you designed by Michelle Wecksler. To get the instructions for Michelle’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central. And if you have a minute, please leave Michelle a comment on her project.
There are some great colors over at Can You Case It Challenges this week. I even pulled out one of my last remaining pieces of Cantaloupe Crisp Cardstock for this one. (Note: Order the soon-to-be retired In Colors now, before they run out!)
Stamps: Bear Hugs, Balloon Celebrations, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Archival Basic Black, Crisp Cantaloupe
Paper: Crisp Cantaloupe, Basic Black, Very Vanilla
Other: Balloon Bouquet Punch, Bear Hugs Framelits
In addition to the colors from Can You Case It, I also made this to celebrate TGIF Challenges first birthday. Happy Birthday, TGIF! I’m looking forward to many more years of playing along.
Categories: Birthday, Cards
(Hi Mom — if you are reading this, close it now! This card is on its way to you for Mother’s Day!)
I have a clean and simple Mother’s Day card for you today. I used one of the stamps in this month’s My Paper Pumpkin Kit and plenty of yellow, my mom’s favorite color.
Stamps: Lovely Little Wreath (April 2016 My Paper Pumpkin)
Ink: Archival Basic Grey, Daffodil Delight, Wisteria Wonder, Pool Party
Paper: Daffodil Delight, Wisteria Wonder, Whisper White, Brights Designer Series Paper, Subtles Designer Series Paper
Other: Circle Collection Framelits, 2 1/2″ Circle Punch
I used the theme of Mother’s Day from TGIF Challenges, the colors from Pals Paper Arts, and the sketch from The Paper Players.
Yay!! It’s my day to have my project up on Craft Project Central for this month! I am so excited to show it to you! This star-shaped scrapbook is as much fun to use as it is to create! It is lovely to display when it is open and easy to store when closed. This version, created with the Sweet Li’l Thing Designer Series Paper, makes a wonderful baby scrapbook. If you change the paper it can also be a great scrapbook for Mother’s Day, birthdays, weddings, and many other special occasions. It is perfect for a class or a club project, or just a fun afternoon scrapping with friends. Includes instructions for a coordinating card.
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