Just thought you might like to see some Valentine’s Day Cards that I designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly. I always have the best time designing cards for them! Better get ‘em now! If you hurry you can get 10 free cards using code XOXOCARDS. Offer ends Feb. 2!
If you’re anything like me, you still haven’t handed out Christmas Cards to your kid’s friends…right? I hope I’m not the only one! Ha ha! Well, how about printing off a few of these. All you need to do is print, cut, and add 2 candy canes per reindeer. It prints 3 reindeer per page. Hope you enjoy them!
FREE REINDEER CARD FOR KIDS WITH CANDY CANES
Remember this card is for personal use only and not for resale! Thanks!
This is my first time submitting designs to Minted for the Joy to the World Holiday Photo Card Challenge. I procrastinated way too long.
I would love for you to hop on over to Minted and vote for my designs, as well as any more designs that you think are amazing! There are so many talented designers. I can hardly believe it! Let me know what you think and I’d love it if you Pinned these images on Pinterest or tweeted them or Facebooked them! Thanks for supporting all of us designers out there! Hope your weekend was amazing just like mine. I spent the weekend barbecuing, swimming, and celebrating all the fathers in my life. Now it’s time to get back to work. I’ll keep you posted on all the fun projects I’m working on. Have a great week!
Day 4 of the free Valentine’s Day Downloads. This is a simple way to let your child’s friends know that you care. Simply print, cut out and add a sparkly glitter pencil. It’s that easy.
Only 2 supplies are needed, paper and pencil. Hooray! I picked up my glitter pencils from the dollar section at Target, but I’m sure you can find them most anywhere. Glitter is hot right now!
Directions: Download this pdf. Print it out and cut them using the lines on the edges as a guide. Make a 1.5 inch cut on each side of the text. I tried smaller cuts, but the pencils wouldn’t fit without tearing the paper. It has to be 1.5 inches!!! Write the names you want and then add the pencil. Easy peas!
If you are looking for the boy version, you can get it here!.
I had a blast designing this vintage looking postcard. I was inspired by this amazing postcard and wanted to use texture, watercolor and a vintage look. I think I pulled it off well. I first played around in the watercolors, using woven ribbons to get the textured squares. Even my four year old daughter had fun doing that part. Then I put them into heart shapes and added the mini hearts. Those are my favorite. They kind of look like they are floating away.
Feel free to print it off for personal use and send it to all of your Valentines. Get the free download. Enjoy. Make sure to check back tomorrow for Day 3 of the Free Valentine’s Downloads.
This is the back of the postcard. I used a sweet font called OilCan. The Lost Type Co-Op also has lots of other amazing vintage looking fonts. To download them, you can make a donation to the designer in any amount or enter “0” for a freebie.