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7 Brilliant Spring-Themed Cards to Make

Ah, springtime. The flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and the crafters are crafting! With so much natural beauty to call on for inspiration, our heads are spinning with fabulous ideas! Take a look at seven of our favourite springtime designs.

7 Brilliant Spring-Themed Cards to Make

1. Daisy Greeting Card

This springtime greeting would be a lovely project to whip up one afternoon and send to a friend who is self-isolating. Using a TODO machine, you can letterpress, emboss, ink and die cut to create the different elements of the design. To make your own, follow the full steps here.

2. Watercolour Stamped Card

Searching for a way to add something special to your stamped designs? Look no further than Hannah Oxberry’s step-by-step watercolour stamping technique here. The tutorial will guide you through the process of creating this gorgeous watercolour-effect card.

3. Bee Happy Greeting Card

Take inspiration from the critters buzzing around your garden to create this bee-utiful greeting card. The honeycomb background can be made with your ScanNCut’s hexagon shape, while the bee design can be scanned in from a template, cut from a die cutting machine, or stamped – the choice is yours! Follow our tutorial here to make your own.

4. Chameleon Pen Hello Card

You don’t need a big occasion to send a card to a loved one – a simple note to say hello is a great way to make someone’s day, and this beautiful design is sure to spread smiles. Our step-by-step instructions here will show you how to achieve these stunning colours using your Chameleon pens. If you’re new to the world of Chameleon pens, pick up a set such as Chameleon Pen Set - Floral Tones to get started.

5. Double Easel Card

Sarah Jackman-Read’s beginner-friendly double easel card is an eye-catching ode to spring. With clever card folding tricks you can easily recreate Sarah’s design – so grab your most colourful springtime papers from your craft stash and follow the steps here. If in doubt, pick up Papers by Chloe - Springtime Paper Pad.

6. Easter Fingerprint Cards

Easter may be over now, but we think these cheerful chicks could make for a brilliant springy greeting nonetheless. Hannah Oxberry’s super-simple design can be whipped up in less than an hour. Plus, it’s a great way to preserve your little ones’ fingerprints in a lovely keepsake card!

7. Bella Dress Greeting Card

Bring the wow-factor with this bright and beautiful card using delicate Tattered Lace dies. The fabulous floral dress can work for many occasions and is so simple to make – just follow the steps here. Try batch making this card with different sentiments to quickly fill up your card stash.