Good morning, readers! This week’s Top 5 pins is going to be just a bit different today. We had such a good time recreating this wedding card last week, that this week we are going to bring you FIVE more beautiful recreations! So this week’s Pinterest roundup is going to be the first stop on our week long Pinterest-to-reality posts!
May we present our Top 5 Pinterest cards we are going to recreate! These are in no particular order, so make sure you check back all week to see our version of them all!
- Get Well Tissue Card – When we saw this card, “Aww” dropped right out of our mouths. It is a darling card originally made by Linda Aarhus of Polkadots and Paper. Check out more photos and the supplies she used here. We love how the blue background makes this card feel almost denim. The pocket is adorable!
- Welcome Baby Mobile Card – We have made two handmade felt elephant mobiles, so when we saw this card, we knew we had to make it. It was originally made by Tilly of This, That and Everything In Between. See her original post and another adorable baby card here. We really love the patterned paper she used for the elephants!
- Sunshine and Rainbows Card – This card screams happiness. A Bit East Coast originally made this bright, cheery card that brings a smile to our face every time we see it! Check out her full post and more pictures here. We are most eager to recreate the stitches in this card, either by sewing machine or maybe marker? of
- Mom Apron Card – At least one of us has had an affection for aprons for sometime now. Especially big frilly ones, and this apron card just swells our hearts! This beauty was originally made by Anya of My Creative Corner and we are in love! It’s so sweet, any mom or grandma would love this! Check out her full post and more pictures (+ a cute Father’s Day card too!) here.
- Birthday Confetti Card – The Simplicity of this card is our favorite part. And those cute hearts – we need to make this card stat! The original maker is Vicky Sheridan of Blush Crafts. Think of all the color combos and sentiments that can be done with this simple design!
We hope you will pop back in through out the week to see all of our cards, made possible by Pinterest inspiration! You should also head on over to Pinterest and follow us so you can see all the great things we’ve been pinning! We’d also love to hear about some of your favorite pins in the comments below – don’t be shy!