Cards from Friends

If you’ve ever run into me in person you know that I’m a very happy go lucky person.  When I hear you mention anything about crafts I go on and on like the Engerizer bunny.  Sharing the love of crafts with others exudes (now that’s a $20 word!… LOL) the sunshine right out of my skin.


Now having said all that, I want to share with you this GORGEOUS folder flower card made by the most beautiful young lady I met while in vacation to attend a wedding.

I don’t know who mentioned the word “craft/card-making” first, but just assume it was me because I can’t ever stop myself when it comes to talking about my stress reducing endorphine spilling hobby.

Obviously, Diana has some mad skills with that paper and no wonder we became instant friends… we both share the love of crafting.  Thank you so much Diana.


Now this heart felt beauty was sent to me by my sister-in-law’s sister-in-law, which I had the pleasure of meeting a while ago after being social media friends for at least three years.  In my heart she is my sister-in-law too because that’s how I was raised.  It also helps that she is a natural crafter and card maker… LOL.

Angela won a $25 Stampin’ Up! product grab bag on a contest I sponsored.  You too can win product by “Liking” Maggie Made Cards on Facebook and entered to win a contest.  I LOVE my heart card and if you only knew the happiness my heart felt when I opened it you wouldn’ve smiled with me. =)

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Are happening at Stampin’ Up!  If you ever find yourself with crafting block we have tons of ideas HERE!

The products are also listed for each card individual, so you will know exactly what product was used.  All you have to do is take note of the products and order what you need.

Lesson Learned:  Never order product just because you think it’s ‘cute’!  Order for specific projects and only order what you need.  Have a question or a comment send me an email (

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.


  1. Your friends are great as your cards are! Thanks for sharing their creativity. I have bought so many cute things I have a SU tornado amongst my craft supplies but I need each and every one of them to create!

  2. Jennifer Greania

    Miss Maggie ~ Did you really just say, “Never order a product just because it’s cute??!!” Cutness leads to lots of creativity too…that and and endless supply of “cutness” available at your fingertips! Ahhhhh…I can’t wait til the AF stops moving us about and I can knock out a few walls and breathe in and absorb & creatively kick booty with my “endless supply of ‘cuteness'” …(I hope you know I’m ribbing you. Common/business/budget sense I agree 100% with you. It’s the rest of me – and a few others out there too, I’m sure 😉 – that struggle with the “Cuteness Syndrome” of I-know-I-can-do-at-least-25-things-with-that-item. LOL! Have a great day Miss…Cuteness! ;-D

  3. Your cards are amazing, Maggie. I would love to have the instructions for Diane’s card if she would be willing to share. They are both really awesome cards. I’ve wanted to try to fold paper in to something pretty as Diane did.
    Thanks for sharing with us!

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