Free Card Making Tutorial Downloads

I do hope that you enjoy these free card making tutorial downloads which are in the form of PDFs for your personal use.

I also hope that you manage to enjoy some craft time making these projects.

All recipes (tutorials) on this page are my own calculations and I am happy for you to use them at your leisure. Simply click on the link or image to download your desired project.

If you have time, and do recreate these projects, why not tag me on my Social Media Channels so that I too can enjoy your creation 🙂

Available downloads are:

Two Variations of a Mini Treat Box

Unravelling Gift Box with Drawers

Milk Carton Shaped Gift Box (2″ x 6-1/2″)

Small Milk Carton Style Gift Box

Smithy’s Version of the Flying Seagull Fancy Fold

Pencil Trio Gift Box

2″ Christmas Table Favour / Hanging Tree Gift

Double Tea Bag Holder

Pamper Box from two A4 Sheets of Card Stock

Three Inch by half inch handmade box

Double End Opening Gift Packaging

Vaseline Tin Handmade Box

1″ Slender Treat Box

Biscoff Biscuit Handmade Box / package

Gift box for nail varnish gift

Mini Milk Carton Treat Box – from one 6″x 6″

Biscoff Basic Gift Packaging Box

Fold and Tuck Gift Box

Yankee Votive Window Gift Box

Faux Embossed Backgrounds:

How to make a lip-balm gift box

How to Make an Exploding Box Card

Printable instructions below:

free card making instructions

Polaroid Style Handmade Card

Handmade card using Negative cuts from Polaroid Card

Would you like to see any other free card making tutorial downloads ? Let me know and I will try my best to accomodate for you.

In the meantime, have a go at these projects.

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