Wreath Builder Stencils

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back today with several cards featuring THIS wreath builder stencil… I haven’t been this excited about a product in awhile. It is so easy to use and gives such amazing results. I used THIS new stamp set from Simon Says Stamp and created several wreath designs with the images… To create the wreath design, I placed the stencil in my MISTI and laid a piece of card stock inside the...

Welcome Baby Cards

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s cards would be perfect to celebrate the arrival of a baby boy or girl… I started by die-cutting a piece of THIS cardstock using THIS die. I chose to use Bristol cardstock because I applied Distress Oxide inks on top using THIS¬†cloud stencil and it works so well with the ink. I stamped the images from THIS stamp set using THIS ink and colored them in using THESE markers. I...

Double Take: Stencil Backgrounds

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s technique shares how to create two backgrounds from one technique. I love time savers like this one. I created both of these cards in under fifteen minutes. It’s a great technique when you’re short on time and want to make multiple cards… For the first card, I inked up THIS gorgeous stencil with a rainbow of Distress Oxide Inks (all our listed below in the supply list). I made sure...

Lip Balm Valentine Tags

Hi, crafty friends. I’m sharing a few tags that feature a fun way to present a gift… THESE lip balm pouches are so fun. I thought they would make a great Valentine’s Day gift for the workers at my son’s preschool. I started by applying several shades of yellow ink through THIS stencil on some white tags. I die-cut THIS coordinating lip balm pouch die in the center of the tag. I also did...

Simon Says Stamp Friends Release

Hello. I’m sharing a few cards today featuring products form Simon Says Stamp’s Friends Release.¬† You can check out the entire release HERE. It’s fantastic! I had a hard time choosing just one product to play with, so I used three new products on my cards… I started by inking through THIS new stencil with various colors of Distress Oxide Ink. I love the chalk look it gives when it dries! I trimmed off...

Stencils and Micro Glaze

Hi, friends. Today’s card uses THIS stencil with Micro Glaze. Micro Glaze is a water resistant sealer. It’s perfect for sealing Distress Ink, Markers, Stains, Paint, etc. I used it as a resist and I love the results… I applied some Micro Glaze through the stencil using THIS ink blending tool. I put on a light amount (a little goes a long way) and then swiped the cardstock through a few colors of Distress Oxide...

Snowman Shaker Card with Frosted Window

Hello, friends. Today, I’m sharing a winter themed shaker card featuring a frosted window technique… Let’s talk about the technique first. I cut a piece of acetate using one of THESE circle dies. I just used a piece of recycled packaging for the acetate. I adhered one of THESE stencils on top using a small piece of tape towards the bottom (since that part would be hidden). I applied some of THIS embossing paste...

Stencils with different mediums

Hello. I have a couple cards to share that I created for the latest Little Tangles Challenge… I wanted to experiment with some different mediums through the stencils and created these two backgrounds… For the first card… I applied some of THIS and THIS glitter paste through THIS stencil. I’ve had the glitter paste in my stash for awhile and have been meaning to use it and after creating this card, I must get...

Altenew March Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello and welcome. I’m excited and honored to be joining the Altenew Blog Hop celebrating their March release with 7 stencils, 12 ink sprays, 13 colored cardstock and 7 envelopes. I have several projects to share, so let’s dive right in… These rainbow cards were created with THIS new stencil and three of their new ink sprays…THIS yellow, THIS red, and THIS blue. By using the three primary colors, I created the orange, green,...