You got the perfect gift. It’s wrapped. But wait! You don’t have a card? Here is a quick solution!
It’s Suzanne here today with a card that can be quickly made
or could be a fun quest for the perfect coordinating ribbon!
Here is how this one was made…..
Hi there, Artlings! It’s Suzanne here today with a simple, elegant version of Always & Forever. This is perfect for a guy for Valentine’s Day, but by changing the colour of the gently sponged ink, you can pink it right up! By adding dimension to each layer, the result is a super special card for a super special person. Wouldn’t this make a stunning wedding or anniversary card?
This card is so simple to make. It took me longer to photograph it than to make it. And the photo really doesn’t do it justice!
Here is how you can make this card!
It’s Suzanne here today with a sweet and simple card, just right for Valentine’s Day or whenever you want to send a rose to someone special. I love how the Flourished Heart forms a vase! Hand-write “You Are” above “Beautiful” and it says it all. Or if you don’t feel confident about your handwriting, leave the front as shown and simply add the words ‘You Are Beautiful’ (along with any additional hand-written or computer-generated message) to the inside of the card.
Hello, it’s Diana and I’m so excited to share with you a card I made using some new A Way With Words dies. This is a favorite technique of mine – to use die-cuts and create my own embossed background. Here I repeated the “Sending” in the background and spotlighted the “Hugs & Kisses.” It’s so easy to change the colors to suit the recipient, too!
It’s Frances here today with another tutorial to share with you. I have been wanting to make a shaker card for a while, so I decided to create one using the new Heart Background die to make an anniversary card.
Hi Artlings! It’s Suzanne back today with another clean and simple card. Today I’m sharing how you can do a little surgical procedure on your A Way With Words diecuts to expand their usefulness. All you need is an X-acto-type knife, a cutting mat and a little know-how! Here’s how we do it!