Homemade cards are great! The amount of creativity and care put into them is always a treat. Labyrinth Cards adds an extra flair and they’re fun and easy to make! For extra card creativity, be sure to check out Creativebug and their free classes.
Different Colored Paper
Scrap Paper Found Around Your Home
Step One: Fold and cut at least three pieces of paper. First fold/cut at 5 1/2in. Second fold/cut at 4in. Last at 2 1/2in. You can mix and match sizes if you wish.
Step Two: Glue the back of each card to the front. I prefer to use stick glue to avoid spotting.
Step Three: Use the scrap paper to decorate your card! (All of my scraps came from leftover Valentines stickers, advertisements, and calendars).
Learn how to make simple watercolor cards that you’ll enjoy making just as much as your friends and family will enjoy receiving. Courtney Cerruti demonstrates how to create elegant motifs using watercolor and simple brushstrokes or how to use a stencil to apply watercolor if you feel intimidated by the medium. Learn how to personalize your cards with a family photo and make photocopies to create an entire set of handmade cards. Finally, add that same personal touch to your envelopes by making an envelope liner using the same photocopied watercolor technique.