Handmade Card Craft Ideas | Cardmaking with Dovecraft Back to Basics Pretty Petals

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We’ve got a couple of cute cardmaking ideas for you in today’s video tutorial! Super easy to create with just a few embellishments, these handmade cards are ideal for those new to cardmaking, but are also great if you’re a seasoned crafter looking for some fresh ideas. In today’s tutorial, you’ll find out how to make two handmade cards that will be treasured by any recipient! We’ve teamed up with the wonderful Grace, AKA Ms.Paperlover, for this video tutorial. Ms. Paperlover is well known for her beautiful scrapbook layouts, stunning handmade cards, as well as her regular tutorials - and we’re also lucky enough to have her as part of our crafty design team! (You should also check out her channel and social media for all things planner-related!) Both of these beautiful cards were made using the Dovecraft Back to Basics Pretty Petals papercraft collection. Our Pretty Petals collection features beautiful pinks and purples and cute, contemporary patterns and includes beautiful craft papers alongside coordinating embellishments. What’s great about our Dovecraft collections is that they make cardmaking super easy as all the papers and matching craft accessories coordinate perfectly. One card makes use of ribbon to create a delicate stripe design, complete with pretty mini bows to add eye-catching detail. Grace also used some of our Dovecraft Mirror Card to add extra intrigue to the second design, with beautiful paper flowers on there too. All the embellishments you see in the video, apart from the Dovecraft Mirror Card, are part of the wonderful Pretty Petals collection. Discover more about our latest Back to Basics collections here: http://ow.ly/uWSN30np6Ry Subscribe to ms.paperlover’s channel here: http://ow.ly/rrNj30np13P Follow ms.paperlover on Instagram here: http://ow.ly/nKpt30np6Xo

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