I have a Halloween themed freebie for you today, it’s a sign for you to hang on your front door or in your window to welcome trick or treaters on Halloween night.
I used a couple of glue dots to attach the sign to the window in my front door:
I cut my sign from some extra thick cardstock, if you are using lighter weight card, simply cut it twice and glue the two pieces together.
It’s time for a new freebie so this time I asked the Birds SVGs Facebook Group for their input, 2 main themes were suggested and surprisingly (to me) one of them was for Caravans! So, today I have a retro looking 5″x7″ Caravan Card freebie for you and I hope you like it :)
You will also find a matching envelope file within your dowload:
Feel free to join our Facebook Group and maybe you can pick the next freebie ;)
Thank you so much for your continued support, I am still receiving such lovely messages letting me know that you are thinking of me and I appreciate every single one of you who has taken time to contact me or to leave me a comment. My work output has slowed down much more than I hoped but I am trying to turn this around, so, I thought I’d create a freebie for you today. It’s my way of saying Thank you :)
I’ve made a 5.5″ square card complete with envelope. It has a shaped aperture in the front so you can stamp your sentiment inside and it will show through the window. All you will need to make today’s card is some card, a sentiment stamp and some enamel dots/gems/pearls for the middle of the flowers:
Assembly: Glue the insert inside your card then stamp your sentiment through the window in the front of the card for perfect placement. Once you’ve stamped your sentiment you can now decorate the front of your card. Glue the wreath down to the front of your card ensuring to line it up with the inner edge of your aperture. Glue 5 flowers flat onto your wreath. Adding a small dot of glue in the middle of each flower, add your second layer of flowers and pop an enamel dot into the middle of each flower. Once the top layer of flowers is dry, you can bend their petals upwards to give your card some dimension.
My term of use have recently changed so you can now sell your cards and projects online, you can read about it here: https://www.birdscards.com/changes-to-the-terms-of-use/