HOMEMADE BABY SHOWER INVITES. HOW BIG IS MY BABY AT 32 WEEKS
Creative Cards: 40 Projects for Handmade Invitations, Greeting Cards, Gift Wrap and More
Perfect for paper crafters, beginner and experienced.84% (15)
Creative Cards is a how-to guide to turning plain paper into personalized and unique gift cards, boxes, bags, tags, and wrapping paper. The book shows how to transform plain paper into something special, and how to wrap a gift for a beautiful presentation.
The techniques section explains all the basics, such as using a bone folder, embellishing edges, choosing the right adhesive, working with 3-D decorations, stamping, gilding, die-cutting, and folding, with lots of how-to photographs.
Projects are suited to making a single card or large quantities, and are coded to indicate how long they may take to complete. Tip boxes offer handy pointers and there are ready-to-use templates at the back of the book plus a section on choosing and laying out text on a computer.
The step-by-step projects include:
Baby shower invitation
Children's party invitation
Birthday card for a man
50th anniversary card
For the occasional crafter or the experienced hobbyist, Creative Cards is rich with expert advice and colorful inspiration.
Baby Shower Invites
Step one! I bought the cards from Michael's Arts & Crafts (they're actually Martha Stewart cards!) The cards are called "library cards" but they worked perfectly for the invitations. The flower and the words are two different stamps.Baby Shower Invites
Step two! I bought the cards from Michael's Arts & Crafts (they're actually Martha Stewart cards!) The cards are called "library cards" but they worked perfectly for the invitations. The flower and the words are two different stamps.
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