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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Mini Greeting Card & Envelope Tutorial

New tutorial! 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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Simple Pop-up Birthday Card

This video tutorial shows how to create a birthday card that pops up! It is pretty simple as pop-up cards go.

There are no patterns needed for this one – the pop-ups are created by cutting slits in the card.

 

Difficulty: Easy

Time needed: ~30 minutes

Materials:

  • Cardstock or construction paper in multiple colors
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Glue

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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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