Giving a holiday card is a thoughtful way to show loved ones you’re thinking of them, even if you can’t be together to celebrate.
This Valentines Day I teamed up with Bottle & Heels to give a step by step how-to of one of my favorite handmade card designs! You need virtually no artistic skill (everyone can draw a heart and clouds) and it requires minimal tools that even if you’re not a crafter, you still probably have lying around the house. Click HERE for the link xoxo
Looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day without the expenses? This DIY Fortune Cookie craft will have everyone thinking about how fortune-ate they are to have you! Break out the scissors; you’re going to give Cupid a run for his money!
Here’s what you need:
– A few sheets of paper (in different colors)
– Circular object to trace
Here’s what you do:
– Trace and cut out a circle
– Tape the edges together
– Fold in half
– Pinch the crease
– Write a fortune
– Insert the fortune
Conor Knighton + Tanja Maduzia
Kisses and hearts and love, oh my! Don’t let Valentine’s Day stress get to you. With these DIY Valentine’s Day Card ideas, you’ll be smooth sailing down lover’s lane!
Have a bundle of holiday cards and nowhere to put them? With this DIY video, you will learn how to transform holiday cards into beautiful Christmas ornaments. Have a holly, jolly, holiday!
I had so much fun shooting a few crafting segments for ABC’s ‘The List’ with the very funny, handsome, smart and charming, Conor Knighton. Here’s my segment of how to make a handmade Mothers Day card using just a few simple techniques…
Convincing Conor how much fun crafting can be
Little known fact: men don’t like to use glue sticks. I did not know this. Good thing I brought double sided tape
So serious when I craft
Finished! Conor channeled his macaroni art days and made this beautiful card for his mother. A+ student