We’re so excited to release the FREE SVG of our first line of sticker cards!
The card is actually very basic on the front… just a simple Christmas Tree with no decorations. A band can be added to give a “hint” that something wonderful is inside!
The excitement builds once the recipient opens the card!
The inside sentiment as well as the Christmas tree on the pocket are printed as part of the sticker sheet. The sheet is cut in half so the decorations are just the right size to fit in the pocket.
Did you notice that there are options? An angel and a tree top star are both included on the sticker sheet. Are you a “pickle ornament” family? There is a pickle ornament, and also the tradition explanation on the sticker sheet. It can be added to the back of the card if you like.
Download the Christmas Tree Sticker card today, and watch for our other sticker cards to come out very shortly.
Thanks to those who have been patiently waiting for the whirlwind of family and personal issues that have been preventing new cards. We’re settling back into routine, and just in time for Christmas Creation!
This simple-to-assemble tri-panel card turns into the perfect gift-giving card.
The holes in the front panel let the color of the bell shine through, giving the illusion of beautiful ornaments. We used Cricut party foil for the bell.
The greetings on the first two panels as well as the inside sentiment and the border around it are written by your cutting machine using applicable pens.
This card is perfect for sending our new Boy Elf or Girl Elf Pocket Pal. Their moveable hands and feet slide to the side to enable the Elves to fit low enough in the pocket to hide and be a total surprise.
You will love the ease of making this card using plain, patterned, or glitter cardstocks. Perfect for sending gift cards, money or Pocket Pals, download the SVG to start on one today!
This top-fold Easter Basket Pocket Card is super simple to cut & assemble. “Easter” is a single line font included with the SVG. It can be written with any compatible pen, or used with the foil system. (Example card doesn’t photograph well, but it is foil on a textured paper). The front of the card has the word “HAPPY” cut out, revealing the colors below, which turn out to be…
Easter Eggs in any color that you choose. The eggs are nesting in a bed of grass inside a brown wicker basket.
When I was a child, all our baskets were hidden by the Easter Bunny. I’ll never forget when the last one we just couldn’t find anywhere had been swapped for the canary cage (which was always covered at night) on a stand. No one questioned that maybe the canary wasn’t still where he belonged!
Our baskets always had eggs and candy in them, not like all the toys that children receive these days. I always hoped for a white chocolate lamb, which I much preferred to chocolate rabbits.
This basket can hold whatever surprise you would like to give (we don’t recommend chocolate!). It is PERFECT for Pocket Pals. We have the traditional Bunny, Chick, and Lamb available:
But our newest Pocket Pal Friends have chosen to steal the spotlight by stowing away in the basket card.
Meet… Elephant and Piggy!
Of course, Elephant’s nose moves up and down, revealing his loveable smile. We chose to use some patterned cardstock, but he would be perfect in pink or blue!
And Piggy? He’s our dancer.
His lower legs are moveable to help him dance his Pig Jig, and his tail is back there, too, though you just grab a glimpse of it from the front.
Download our Easter Basket Card and our new Pocket Pal, Elephant and Piggy, below. And don’t forget that we’ll still include a link to the pirate hats that fit our Pocket Pals from our Newsletter. If you haven’t signed up yet, we’ll be sending a new one out on Sunday.
Someone on line the other day was asking what she could do with all the PATTERNED cardstock she had amassed. Well… here is the PERFECT solution!
This has got to be the fastest, easiest card to make, and is perfect with patterns.
You can actually cut out 3 full unframed eggs or 2 full framed eggs from one piece of double sided 12″ x 12″ cardstock.
Our instructions include how to move everything for the framed version to one mat (DS will try to put it on two mats). It also explains which pieces to reverse if you want contrasting colors to show.
All of these eggs are 4″ wide x 5″ tall. The bottom half is glued around the edges to form a pocket, and of course our Pocket Pals fit perfectly in them. (Note the cute chick above).
You can make 3 hinged egg cards from one piece of 12 x 12, or go through your scrap drawer and make each one unique!
This is the same orange egg with some trim added. These orange eggs were made from cardstock scraps.
However, the pink eggs below were made from ONE piece of cardstock that had very different patterns on the front and back.
Regular 8.5 x 11″ cardstock can also be used. One full egg including the trimming can be cut on one piece. If you cut two or three different colored pieces, you can mix and match them all with each other!
As long as you are going to be making a QUICK, EASY card for Easter, here’s a suggestion to make our Pocket Pals a SUPER FAST Project!
Download our Pocket Pals… then rather than cutting all the separate pieces and gluing the layers together… move the “moveable” parts to the side, FLATTEN the rest, do a print/cut! Then do the same thing with the movable parts. (Actually, I would recommend NOT flattening the “back” layer (which is black) so there is still some support.
Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter if you want direct information on how to download our latest offerings. (Hint… the Kitten and Monkey Pocket Pals are almost ready to upload…) Often we put links to offers that don’t show up here in our blog or on Facebook.