Engagement cards diy

Make your engagement even more special with DIY engagement cards. Learn how to create personalized messages for your loved ones and make them feel cherished on this special occasion.
I am not really good with special occasions, but I just HAD to make a card for Leah.  Three years ago, Leah  (a young lady I've known since...

I am not really good with special occasions, but I just HAD to make a card for Leah. Three years ago, Leah (a young lady I've known since...

Sana Randhawa
Invitations, Wedding Card Design, Wedding Card Diy, Wedding Invitation Cards, Wedding Cards Handmade, Wedding Card, Invitation Ideas, Wedding Cards, Wedding Anniversary Cards

Hey there! Thanks so much for the supportive comments from my last post, regarding balancing work and family time and "me" time (aka, crafty time). I had to laugh at this one: Julie Tucker-Wolek said... My time is at 3:30 in the morning! That's when I get everything done! LOL!! People say I am crazy (probably true! HA!) ... but it's the only time the whole house is asleep and there is QUIET for me! So it works! :) I love love love your card! LOVING the pearls!!!!! Julie, you are too funny! I…

Cindy Brustuen
Crafts, Art, Ideas, Anniversary Cards, Wedding Card Diy, Wedding Congratulations Card, Wedding Greeting Cards, Wedding Anniversary Cards, Wedding Cards Handmade

This single-folded A2 wedding card has an original illustration of a suit with bow tie next to a wedding gown as well as text that reads, “Mr. & Mrs.” The card is available in two color options: A) black suit with a pink bow tie B) blue suit with a burgundy bow tie The inside of the card is blank. Each card purchased comes with one brown kraft envelope. Card dimensions: 4.25” wide by 5.5” tall Envelope dimensions: 5.75” wide by 4.375” tall Free shipping is available however tracking is not…

McKenzie Landorf
Engagements, Ideas, Diy, Diy Engagement Cards, Engagement Cards Handmade, Engagement Cards, Wedding Anniversary Cards, Anniversary Cards, Wedding Cards

The CAS-ual Fridays CAS challenge this week is to use bling, so here's my contribution. I cut a hand shape from paper, laid it onto white card and rubbed around it using blue chalk and cotton balls. The ring is a silver brad opened and flattened out and the ends of the brad bits cut off to fit the finger size, then a rhinestone glued onto it for the "diamond". Sentiment done on computer.

Val McFadyen