Reveal Wheel Week-Day Four

Hi there, crafty friends. Every day this week I will be sharing a new card created with THIS reveal wheel die from Lawn Fawn. In case you missed it… Click HERE to see Day One Click HERE for Day Two Click HERE for Day Three Today’s card shares a different way to use the window. I stamped the words from a sentiment in THIS stamp set. I stamped each word separately so when the...

Reveal Wheel Week-Day Three

Howdy, crafty friends. Every day this week I will be sharing a new card created with THIS reveal wheel die from Lawn Fawn. Click HERE to see Day One and HERE for Day Two. Today’s card shows how you can get a whole new look using photographs… Yep. Photographs. You may remember THIS post where I shared an interactive card I made for Mother’s Day and included photos. It was a huge hit. I...

Reveal Wheel Week-Day Two

Hello, crafty friends. Every day this week I will be sharing a new card created with THIS reveal wheel die from Lawn Fawn. Click HERE to see yesterday’s card. Today’s card is similar with an image in the window but I used the angled window included in the die set… I stamped the paintbrush from THIS stamp set multiple times using THIS ink, creating a background. By keeping the background gray, it draws your...

Reveal Wheel Week-Day One

Hi there, crafty friends. This week is Reveal Wheel Week on my blog. What is a reveal wheel? It’s THIS die from Lawn Fawn.I’m a big fan of interactive cards and this die makes it easy and so fun. I know that these die sets can be an investment so I wanted to share multiple ideas using them. For today’s card… I used the window to highlight images from THIS stamp set. I die-cut...

Simon Says Stamp August 2018 Card Kit

Hi, crafty friends. Happy Saturday! I’m popping in today with a card I created with THIS new card kit… The kit contains THIS gorgeous background. I stamped it on the pink card stock (included in the kit) using THIS ink for a tone-on-tone look. I cut it it down to 1 x 4 inch strips and adhered them down to a card front covered with black card stock. I used foam tape only on...

Sending Sunshine and Rainbows

Hello, crafty friends. Happy Friday. Today’s card is a happy one… To create the background, I applied THIS ink through THIS stencil. I die-cut THIS grass border die twice from a light and green card stock. I used a Copic marker in a similar color to add dots for some interest. I adhered a thin gray strip for the sidewalk and die-cut THIS bicycle die from light and dark gray cardstock for the wheels...

Handmade Postcards

Hi there. Today’s post is all about creating handmade postcards… Sometimes it’s fun to switch it up and create something different than a standard size card. Summertime is the perfect time to create some postcards to take with you on vacation and send out when you’re there. To create a postcard, I cut down a piece of card stock to 4×6. I stamped a few images from THIS stamp set and colored it in...

Cards for Guys

Hello, crafty friends. I’m sharing a card today that would be a perfect fit for a special guy in your life… I tend to struggle with masculine cards but THIS word die from Simon Says Stamp’s latest release is perfect for guy cards. I like that it comes with the shadow of the word as well. I cut the word from white card stock and the shadow from black card stock. I white heat...

More Cool Summer Card Kit Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m back today with more inspiration using THIS card kit… I just love the images in THIS stamp set that is included in the kit and wanted to highlight the flamingo. The kit comes with THIS die. First, I stamped the image from the stamp set and then used the die to cut it out. I adhered three flamingos underneath so it would have some stability. I added THIS to the...

Simon Says Stamp Good Vibes Release Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends! I’m excited to share a couple of cards today as part of the blog hop celebrating THIS Good Vibes Release from Simon Says Stamp. I was immediately drawn to THIS stamp set. I just love the adorable critters. I stamped and Copic colored several images from the set and used THESE coordinating dies to cut them out. For the first card… I ink blended a background using a few shades of...