From All of Us Card

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back today with more inspiration from the latest Simon Says Stamp release. This time I’m using THIS new stamp set to create this bunny card… I stamped the multiple bunny image several times around the edges of the card. Any areas that were left open, I stamped the single bunny image. If an area was too small for a full image, I masked off the area and stamped a portion of

Simon Says Stamp March Release Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m excited to be a part of the Blog Hop celebrating THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp. I used several new goodies on these three cards… I’ve recently joined the alcohol ink band wagon and have been experimenting by making backgrounds. I wanted to share a few ideas on how to use portions of the backgrounds that you aren’t happy with. The first background was created using THIS alcohol ink with

Simon Says Stamp’s Best Days Release

Hi, crafty friends. Simon Says Stamp has just released their Best Days collection of products and they are fabulous. You can find the entire release HERE. I’m sharing a few cards created with THIS new background stamp and THIS adorable bunny stamp set… I wanted to mix it up and create some gatefold cards. Gatefold cards have unique openings. My cards open from the center. I created the card base by trimming down a paper

Bunny Boxes

Hello! Easter is just around the corner, so I wanted to share the Easter treats I created for my son’s teachers. Here are the front of the boxes… Here are the back of the boxes… These Bunny Treat Boxes were so fun and easy to make. I started by die-cutting THIS scalloped treat box die using THIS patterned paper. I also cut THIS die several times from white cardstock and the smaller dies from colored

SSS Hopping Along Limited Edition Card Kit

Click HERE for more info. on this kit. Hi there. Simon Says stamp just released THIS Limited Edition Card Kit called, “Hopping Along”. This is a specialty kit perfect for the season! Although they should have called it, “Sliding Along” because it’s perfect for slider cards… The kit comes with an awesome train track slider die and I cut it from a piece of gray cardstock. I removed the stick from the train sticker with

Die-Cut Gift Tags

Hello and Happy Easter. I thought I’d pop on quick to share the treats I gave to my nieces and nephews today. For the girls… I used some of the customized bunny bags that I made from THIS post and filled it with a glittery pencil case, lip gloss, and a bag of jellybeans. After adding some ribbon, I die-cut THIS bunny shape from some white cardstock, punched a hole at the top, and stamped

Creating an Easter Scene

Hello. Happy Friday to you! Today’s card was inspired by a local egg drop that takes place every year right before Easter. Eggs are dropped by helicopter and then a huge Easter Egg Hunt begins. I thought it would be fun to recreate the scene on a card using a hot air balloon…. I used THIS stamp set for the hot air balloon and bunny and used THIS stamp set for the Easter Eggs and

Customized Gift Wrap

Hello and welcome. Today, I’m sharing an idea to dress up those Peeps… I purchased some clear treat bags at Target (you can find them in the party/gift wrap aisle) and stamped THIS background stamp on the front using THIS ink. I used THIS die to create the tags and THIS stamp set to create the bunnies and sentiments… I secured the tag to the front with a piece of colored washi tape… Such an

Fun with Felt

Hello friends. Easter is just a few weeks away so I thought I would create a card for the occasion. I used lots of die-cuts in my stash to decorate some felt eggs… I started with THIS egg shaped die and cut it from several colors of felt and white cardstock. I adhered the white cardstock behind each egg shape for more stability. I decorated the eggs with several dies. I used THIS die to