Maymay Made It — Score Board
Posted by Crystal Cleveland on
Jar Head Valentines by Crystal Cleveland This Year for Valentine's Day Austin told me that" mushy valentines were for girls and that guys don't like them."I guess that's what happens when they hit the 5th grade and it's their last year for class parties. So I designed these valentines to be trendy, but not mushy and to appeal to the boys in his class. Hopefully this project will help anyone else caught in the same dilemma. For this project I used maymaymadeit stamp set: Jar of Fun the rest of the materials used: Yellow card stock 1 1/2" by 2"...
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- Tags: 1-2-3 punch board, 1/2" circle punch, art glitter glue, Art Glitter Glue fine metal tip, Cards, Cricut Paper Trimmer, Foam Squares, Jar of Fun, Score Board, Valentine's Day, Versafine black onyx ink
Posted by Donna Clerkin-James on
I'm so sad that this will be my final project on the Maymay Made it design team, it's been amazing. For this project you will need very few supplies. I used: Piece of card stock that measures 4x7 Your chosen stamps or decoration Art glitter glue stamp your design on to the card stock piece then when you've finished you need to score in a few places (with the long side at the top) score at 1, 3 1/4, 4 1/4 and 6 1/2. Rotate and score once at 1" snip off the tiny rectangle in the bottom corner and...
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- Tags: Adhesive, Art Glitter Clue, Card, Card matting, card stock, Cardmaking, Dew Drop ink, DIY, diy craft, Donna Clerkin-James, Its in the mail, scissors, Score Board, Tags
Posted by Sarmin Lancaster on
Good afternoon everyone! Hope your day has been a wonderful one. Today we will be making this incredibly fun waterfall card. So much fun that, my 5 year old and 2 year old played so much with it that I couldn’t even take a great picture of it before it got torn by my 2 year old. But I didn’t stress about it and knew you all would understand. I was just glad my little one was able to be entertained for a little while. Here are the instructions for this extremely easy, fun-filled snowman waterfall card. Cut cardstock at...
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Posted by Stacy Williams on
Hi everyone Happy Wednesday To You! We are making a super simple 3 x 3 box that can be used for many things. I have a packet of hot chocolate in mine with a gift card, but this can also be used for a set of note cards. I love that coffee cup. Here is another view of the box, so you can see it open. You can see the full video tutorial here on my Youtube Channel. I also made a diagram showing what the box looks like and where to cut. Materials Needed: White Cardstock Box Base: 9.5 x...
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- Tags: Art Glitter Glue, Black Ink, Cardstock, Circle Punch, Cricut Trimmer, Cuppa Cuppa, Foam Dots, Score Board, Stacy Williams, Stamps