Looking for some inspiration and ideas for your next handmade card? We all love receiving a card from someone, especially when we know they took the time to make it themselves. It makes you feel a little extra special. And we love sharing handmade card ideas from our design team and hope you enjoy this latest collection of ideas as well.
1. Send a matching treat cup along with a Coffee Lovers card.
|Coffee Lovers set. View on Cyndy G. Time Made for Me. SVG Cutting Files used: Life Begins After Coffee and Full Cup Treat Holders|
2. A Garden Full of Paper Posies
|Garden Full of Posies card. View atMy Cricut Sidefacebook page.SVG cutting file used:Card Posies|
3. You’re No Spring Chicken
|No Spring Chicken Easel Card. View onScrappy Sam Designs. SVG cutting files used: Blooming Layers Easel CardandShirley, Goodness and Mercy|
4. Flower Pot Pocket Sympathy Card
|3-D Flower Pot Sympathy Card. View Mel’sVideo SVG cutting file used:Flower Pot Card|
5. Send a note of Blessings to uplift and say you care.
|Blessings Card. View atClicker Sisters Gallery SVG cutting file used:Sympathy Wordart Set|
6. A Canning Jar becomes a shaker card.
|Butterfly Pat Shaker Card. View onScrappy Sam Designs. SVG cutting file used:Canning Jars Preserves|
7. Sweet Donut cards with 0 calories.
|Donut Worry! Be Happy! Easel card fromThe Art of Els Schutte SVG cutting file used:Donut Easel Card|
8. Just another day in paradise.
|Another Day in Paradise Easel Card. View more on Sue’s Stamping Stuff. SVG cutting file used: Beach Easel Card with 4 Titles|
9. Send a note of thanks to a teacher.
|Clipboard Apple Card. View atKrystal Klear Creations. SVG cutting file used: Clipboard CardandApple Card|
10. Shape cards and flip flops.
|Life is Better in Flip Flops. View onSue’s Stamping Stuff SVG cutting file used:Flip Flop Shape Card|
11. Teacups that could audition for a Disney movie.
|Stacking Teacup Card. View Mel’sVideo SVG cutting file used:Stacking Teacups Card and Envelope|
These designers really put their heart and soul into their handmade cards and creations. Be sure to pay their blogs a visit for great tips and info on these cards.