Cards Fit for a Queen

“You can’t wear a crown with your head down” – Beyonce, from the trailer to her visual album Black is King. Angie mentioned this quote the other day as these cards were being completed. That day, Liz also received an email that wives are to be “cherished and treated like a queen” from her Pastor.Continue reading “Cards Fit for a Queen”

Neon Legos Bricks: A Birthday Card For Kids

Stepping on legos is the worst. Making neon paper legos, however, is the best! If you have time (watching Netflix, etc.) and have a need to make something at the same time, this is the card for you. When Liz’s son asked her to make a card for one of his friends’ birthday (future birthday,Continue reading “Neon Legos Bricks: A Birthday Card For Kids”

How to Make Paper Roses For a Homemade Card

You will need: Circle stencils in a variety of sizes (or any items that have a round circumferance you can trace), red paper, scissors and glue. This rose card can be sent to your mom, a loved one, or anyone who enjoys flowers. Once you know how to make roses, you can go forth andContinue reading “How to Make Paper Roses For a Homemade Card”

How to Make a Simple “Hello” Card

Adele: “Hello, it’s me….” Lionel Ritchie: “Hello, is it me you’re looking for? Regardless of which song you love (both!), there’s something about sending a homemade card just because you want to let the other person know you are thinking of them. We love this “hello” card. We used an old stamp we found inContinue reading “How to Make a Simple “Hello” Card”

A Card for Friends Who Brunch With You

Pancakes, french toast, coffee, tea (or chocolate milk), hash browns, and more. Who doesn’t love brunch on the weekend? Here is a card we made “just because” we love brunch. As friends, we love to have brunch with family and friends. Brunchtime truly makes for the best conversations. We don’t have many stamp sentiments. WeContinue reading “A Card for Friends Who Brunch With You”