Cut Paper Mother’s Day Card

In this video tutorial,┬ácreate this cut paper Mother’s Day card!

This paper cut design is filled with flowers, hearts, leaves, and hummingbirds.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Time needed: ~1.5 hours

Materials:

  • card stock, or other paper that has some thickness
  • other paper to show through the design and for the card base
  • an X-acto knife
  • pencil
  • printer
  • glue or tape adhesive
  • scissors or paper cutter

Click here to view & print the pattern:

Mother’s Day Paper Cutting Pattern

Or print and glue this design to the front of the card:

Mother’s Day Papercut Printout

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

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Flowerpot Mother’s Day Card Tutorial

In this video tutorial, make a cute flower pot themed card for Mother’s Day!

This card is simple to make and it would work great as a craft for kids to make!

Difficulty: Easy

Time needed: ~30 minutes

Materials:

  • card stock or construction paper in your colors of choice
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • glue stick or other
  • marker or pen to draw details – I used a bronze Sharpie

Click here to view & print the patterns:

Flower Pot Card 1

Flower Pot Card 2

 

This idea was based on some cute Mother’s Day cards on Pinterest, and originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

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Easy Teacher Appreciation Card Tutorial

In this video tutorial, create this simple teacher appreciation card, so you can say thank you to your teacher for a great year!

This card was designed to look like a desk with school supplies and lined paper on it. Customize it by writing your teacher’s name on the top line!

Time needed: ~20 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials:

  • paper in the colors of your choice
  • scissors
  • glue
  • pencil
  • marker or pen

Click here to view & print the patterns:

Teacher card pattern

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

 

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Simple Award Themed Card Tutorial

In this video tutorial, learn how to create a super simple and quick award themed Father’s Day card!

This tutorial was made with Father’s Day in mind, but it would really work for any occasion you’d like to make someone feel special! It couldn’t be easier or quicker to make, so if you’re looking for something last minute, this one’s for you!

Time needed: ~20 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials:

  • card stock or construction paper in red, blue, white and gold
  • marker or pen
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • circular objects to trace, one larger and one smaller

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Golf Themed Pop-Up Card Tutorial

In this video tutorial, create a golf themed pop-up card!

This was created with Father’s Day in mind, but could of course be used for other occasions – just make a new cloud with your own message, instead of using the one that mentions Father’s Day.

 

Difficulty: Easy

Time needed: ~45 minutes

Materials:

  • card stock, construction paper, or other heavier weight paper in multiple colors
  • scissors
  • glue
  • pencil
  • thin string or cord
  • pen or marker

 

Click here to view & print the patterns:

Golf card patterns

 

*I recommend using card stock or heavy weight paper for this card because it is a pop-up. Also, a glue stick or hot glue is best for this card – as you may have noticed, my card buckled because of the white glue.

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

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Birdhouse Mother’s Day Card Tutorial + Free Coloring Page

In this tutorial, we’re creating this birdhouse themed Mother’s Day card!

This card was designed so the word “Mom” shows through the heart in the front of the birdhouse. This card is very easy to make, it just takes a little time to cut out and attach the pieces.

 

Time needed: ~45 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials:

There are two ways you can choose to make this card. You can cut out and use the patterns as I did in the video, or you can just print the coloring page pattern and color it.

 

Click here to view & print the patterns:

Birdhouse card 1

Birdhouse card text

 

Click here for the free coloring page:

Birdhouse card coloring page

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

 

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“Sweet” Valentine’s Day Card Tutorial + Free Coloring Page

This video tutorial shows how to create this “sweet” valentine card!

This heart-shaped sugar cookie inspired card for Valentine’s Day is complete with a “sweet” pun. This would be the perfect card for someone who loves to bake!

Here is the free pattern. As I mentioned in the video, in addition to cutting the pieces out like I did, you can use this as a coloring page and create the card that way. This would be a great card for kids to make! If you can, print it on white card stock or construction paper for best results:

you’re sweet card pattern/coloring page

 

I got the idea for this video when I was creating designs for Zazzle with heart shaped sugar cookies and realized it might also make a good Valentine card tutorial! If you’re interested in also seeing the Zazzle designs, here they are:

Card

Stickers

Phone Case

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

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Mini Greeting Card & Envelope Tutorial

New┬átutorial! This week we’re making these adorable miniature cards and envelopes!

These can be made into pop-up cards, birthday cards, and more. These are the perfect size to give along with a flower arrangement or to anyone who loves miniature things!

You can, of course, make any kind of card, but in this video, I show ideas for a birthday card, pop-up card, and valentine.

 

Click here to view & print the patterns:

mini cards envelopes pattern

 

Time needed: ~30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials:

  • Paper, here is the patterned paper I used
  • Something to score with, I used this
  • glue stick or other
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • markers or pens to decorate, if you’d like

 

This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.

 

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How to Make an Envelope (for any size card!)

A new video went up today!
Today, I’m showing you a method for making an envelope for any size of card.
Difficulty: Intermediate 
Materials:
  • paper
  • scissors
  • glue
  • ruler
  • pencil

 

Tips:

-If your card is not a rectangle or square (it has one or more rounded or irregular sides, etc.) instead of tracing the card, draw a rectangle or square that the card will easily fit in.
Then, just follow the instructions in the video.
-If the paper is not big enough, even after you’ve turned the card diagonally, you could tape or glue two pieces of paper together, then just follow the video.
This post originally appeared on my old blog, Pugdemonium.
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