Menu
Cart 0 Wishlist 0

Maymay Made It — Happy Anniversary

World Card Making Day -Mission InCARDible - Anniversary Card

Posted by Stacy Williams on

World Card Making Day -Mission InCARDible - Anniversary Card

Mission InCARDible Blog Hop By Stacy Williams Hey crafty friends! This is Stacy, welcome to Maymay Made It’s first World Card Making Day Hop.  Our design team members have taken on a big challenge!  We have 13 team members participating so you have lots to watch and read today!  Each of us were assigned a sentiment by random drawing and mine is Anniversary .  Once you read my blog post click on the links listed to be taken to the other blog posts! Please be sure to subscribe to each member today so you never miss any of our projects! Head over to Maymay Made It on Youtube to...

Read more →

Masculine Anniversary Cards

Posted by Tracey Phillips on

Masculine Anniversary Cards

These Masculine Anniversary Cards are perfect for a husband, but can easily be used as birthday and congratulations cards. It can be challenging to find ideas for masculine cards, so I hope this gives you a little inspiration. I used 3 different stamp sets to create these cards. CLICK HERE for the video tutorial! Here's the list of Supplies. Black Cardstock - 4.25" x 5.5" (folded) Red Cardstock - 4" x 5.25" White Cardstock (2)- 3.75" x 5" Versafine Ink - Onyx Black Memento Dew Drop Ink - Gum Drop His & Hers Stamp Set From All of Us Stamp...

Read more →

Happy Anniversary by: Laura Wright

Posted by Laura Wright on

Happy Anniversary by: Laura Wright

Today's card can be done in many different colors or patterns and will be beautiful every time. I made 3 different cards using the same technique to show you the how you can use any color or pattern paper and your card will still turn out beautiful. Here's how to make this simple and easy card. Supplies need: Card base will be an A2 size card (mine are black and teal) Top design paper measures 5 1/4 * 2 1/2 Bottom plain paper measures 5 1/4 * 1 1/2 Ink the edges of your designed and plain paper. To cover...

Read more →