diy gift wrap + handmade card with the works all in one tool

Since I’ve been working for We R Memory Keepers for about 10 years, I’m lucky enough to have just about every tool they’ve created. I’ve got every punch board, trimmer, and gadget, but the one I reach for most often is the “swiss army knife” of the We R tool arsenal, The Works All InContinue reading “diy gift wrap + handmade card with the works all in one tool”

how to make a foiled handmade card with the freestyle pens

If you’re a crafter you’ve likely heard about the We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill line. There are heat pens that work with your electronic cutting machine (Foil Quill pens), and then there’s a set that you can use by hand (Foil Quill Freestyle Pens). The Freestyle Pens are perfect for larger objects that won’tContinue reading “how to make a foiled handmade card with the freestyle pens”

shaker baby cards

Happy Friday friends! This week on the We R Memory Keepers blog, we’ve been sharing some baby inspiration. And today I’m going to finish things off with a set of boy & girl shaker baby cards that I made. (Note: this post contains affiliate links. You will not be charged any extra for purchasing craftContinue reading “shaker baby cards”

paper weaving with the fringe and score board

I recently shared another Tools Today post on the Scrapbook & Cards Today blog. I love the chance to share my favorite tools with the readers. I introduced the SCT fans to a game-changing tool that is super versatile and will save you some crafting time as well. Say “hi” to the Fringe and Score BoardContinue reading “paper weaving with the fringe and score board”

jumbo file folder birthday card

Hello, and Happy Monday! Today I’m sharing a recent Template Studio project with you that I shared on the We R Memory Keepers blog last week. The Template Studio allows you to make custom size file folders that can also double as large scale DIY group cards. Check out the jumbo birthday card I made below. I used my Template StudioContinue reading “jumbo file folder birthday card”

paper fringe wedding invitations, gift box, & layout

Paper fringe is cool. So cool, in fact, that I think an entire wedding, shower, or other celebration could happen with that very theme. Just picture it–a paper fringe party. So festive and fun! With that in mind, today I’m sharing a few projects I created for a wedding set, including paper fringe wedding invitations,Continue reading “paper fringe wedding invitations, gift box, & layout”

punch board camera cards

Managing social media accounts for a couple of brands gives me the opportunity to be aware of some fun holidays and events on the social calendar. One of those is National Camera Day, which just happens to be today. So, of course, I had to make some camera cards to celebrate the occasion. Scroll downContinue reading “punch board camera cards”

alphabet punch board monogram cards

The new We R Memory Keepers Alphabet Punch Board makes perfect 3×5 letters for banners, signs, school projects, and even scrapbook pages. But, did you know that you can use it to make beautiful monogram shaped cards? Yep. You sure can, and I’ll show you how in this video tutorial I recently shot while atContinue reading “alphabet punch board monogram cards”

father’s day gift idea: m&m’s bow tie card

We always like to get something nice for Dad and the Grandpas on Father’s Day. It’s important to let them know how much we love and appreciate them. But even if we score the perfect Father’s Day gift, taking the time to give them something handmade, even if it’s simple, is often what they rememberContinue reading “father’s day gift idea: m&m’s bow tie card”

5 tips for applying to design teams

This summer several paper craft and scrapbook manufacturers will be rotating their design teams and looking for new team members. It’s an exciting time for many crafters! It can also be somewhat stressful and disappointing. I’ve been there. I’ve worked as a project designer for several major manufacturers, and now I’m a design team coordinatorContinue reading “5 tips for applying to design teams”