Easel Cards by JanH, july kit project idea
Easel Cards by JanH, SIDE VIEW
There’s always some reason popping up for greeting cards. Whether it’s a birtday, a graduation, mother’s day, Christmas, Valentine’s Day or just a really bad day for a really good friend…keeping greeting cards of all types on hand can be come in very…well, handy. So it’s just perfect that we’ve got such fabulous examples of greeting card projects to share with all of you.
Several of the LBD Design Team Members sent in greeting card projects this month. Some of the most striking were the easel cards Jan sent in (they’re above). Such a fabulous idea. They’re a mix between a greeting card and home decor.
Check out these made by Jenny with July’s Not Just Navy Kit:
Greeting Card project ideas for the July Kit from JennyB
More Greeting Card Project Ideas from JennyB
We love Jenni’s paper flowers and her various cutouts. Her projects seem to have so many layers and various textures that keep them interesting and fun!
And here are a few variations of a You + Me greeting card that was inspired by the Glitz Design vintage cardstock stickers included in the LBD July Not Just Navy kit:
You + Me Card by Amy Heller, July kit project idea
You + Me Card by Amy Heller, CLOSEUP
You + Me Card by CathleenS, July Kit project idea
You + Me Card by CathleenS, CLOSEUP
And Good Luck cards are always good to have on hand…check out this idea from Ellen:
Good Luck Card by EllenS, July kit project idea
Good Luck card by EllenS, CLOSEUP
it’s always fun to incorporate a ribbon tie on a greeting card. Good thing all the Little Black Dress Kit Club kits all come with a variety of trims.
HI Cards by Francine and May…there’s really not a more versatile greeting card:
Hi Card by Francine, July kit project idea
Gorgeous use of the Making Memories Ephemera. Love it, Francine!
Hi Card by May Flaum, July kit project idea
Corrugated cardboard is a great basis to add to a greeting card. It gives it substance and fun at the same time. And plus…we’re a little obsessed with the sheer versatility of the stuff…that’s why it’s in every kit.
B is For Boy Greeting Card…it’s always so much harder to put together a fantastic “boy-based” card. But this one is a great example:
B is for Boy Card by Terena, July kit project idea