Spring cards

Celebrate the arrival of spring with these creative card ideas. Find inspiration for birthdays, anniversaries, and more, and make someone's day with a personalized spring card.
Handmade Birthday Cards, Quilling, Sending Hugs, Greeting Cards Handmade, Hand Made Greeting Cards, Sunflower Cards, Making Greeting Cards, Stamped Cards, Flower Cards

Here are 2 more cards using the sketch that I found on Norine's blog last year. I'm looking towards spring already, so I used some sweet pastels on these ones. supplies: white, pinks, yellows and Green Apple cardstock, dps from Echo Park Spring Dots & Stripes and Spring Dots & Stripes Gingham pads from 2018, The Greetery Sunflower Botanicuts dies, Hero Arts leaf die, (retired) Winnie & Walter hello die What I most liked about Norine's card was her use of ginghams and dots in 2 sizes, and…

Koneta Coe Wright

Rubber stamping, card making and tons of paper craft inspiration await you with lots of tips and techniques from Kittie of KittieKraft.

Kylie OKeane
Sending Hugs: Daffodil Thanks Paper Flowers, Stampin' Up! Cards, Diy, Origami, Paper Cards, Stampin Up Cards, Flower Cards, Floral Cards, Greeting Cards Handmade

It's March, the month of daffodils. They are such a happy flower and represent this season perfectly! So here is this year's addition to my annual daffodil cards, featuring Tammy Tutterow's fabric dies from Crafter's Edge. supplies: white, several yellows, and Green Leaf card, gingham from Sunny Studio, Tammy's Posey Flowers Set 1 (2 smallest flowers), stems and leaves from Heart Stems and Sweet Tulip dies, PTI Mix & Mat dies, (retired) Simon Friendship Blooms sentiment, tiny enamel hearts…

Sue Cornell
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I have made a thank you card with the flowers from Lawn Fawn's Spring Flowers Backdrop Die set... I hope to make a card with the entire frame, but had die cut the flowers and that was as far as I got. These flowers have sat on my desk for WEEKS..first as die cuts, then I took and adhered them together and then had layered flowers(daisies). I needed to do something with them, so here we are! I cut strips of green for the stems, and made the leaves from an unlikely source...an old Paper…

MaryAnn Lugo-Rodriguez