Gingerbread Card

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m back today with a Christmas card using THIS fun stamp set… I started by stamping the background using THIS gingerbread image multiple times with this ink. After white heat embossing the image, I did the same process for the gingerbread faces as well as the focal gingerbread image on THIS card stock. I used the coordinating die to cut it out. I used THIS stamp set with THIS and...

Stencil Stamping Good Luck Card

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card uses new goodies from Simon Says Stamp’s STAMPtember release… I started by inking up THIS stencil with a few Distress Oxide Ink colors. I wasn’t loving the background I created through the stencil so I changed gears and sprayed the stencil with water. It reacted with the ink left on the stencil and I flipped it over and “stamped” it on another piece of card stock. After it was...

Mini Peek-a-Boo Cards featuring Picket Fence release

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m sharing three mini size cards today featuring products from the new Picket Fence release. You can see the entire release HERE. We recently moved and the only thing I can’t seem to find in the new house is my creative mojo! I decided to shrink down the canvas size on these cards and that really seemed to help. All the cards have a window on them to highlight the...

Alcohol Ink Lift Technique

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m back today with two cards that feature THIS October Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp… I’ve been wanting to try the alcohol lift technique for some time now but hadn’t got a chance to purchase the supplies needed. I was so happy to find the card kit has everything you need! I started by applying the three colors of alcohol ink on to the Yupo paper, making sure to mix...

STAMPtember Cat Card

Hello, crafty friends. So I’m not a cat person, I’m a dog person. I like cats but I’m extremely allergic. However, I have many friends that are cat people and I thought THIS stamp set was perfect to create a card with and send to them… For the background, I stamped THIS paw print design using THIS ink. I die-cut it using THIS stitched rectangle die and THIS circle die. I colored all the...

More STAMPtember Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new birthday stamp set from STAMPtember. I started by stamping the candle images from THIS stamp set using THIS ink on THIS card stock and colored the candles in with Copics. I used THIS coordinating die to cut out the candles. I white heat embossed a coordinating sentiment on a piece of black card stock. I adhered THIS patterned paper on top of THIS top folding white...

STAMPtember Party

Hi, crafty friends. I have several cards to share featuring the large picture book dies as part of the STAMPtember celebration. Like I mentioned in yesterday’s post HERE, I’m a big fan of the picture book die series and so happy they come in even bigger sizes. I made five different cards using these new dies and background stamps. I did not choose to add a sentiment to any of the cards because I...

STAMPtember 2018

Hello, crafty friends. Sing it with me…”It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” That’s right, STAMPtember is HERE! Let’s get this party started with a card share created with THIS new large picture book die… If you follow my blog, you know I’m a huge fan of the picture book die series. I’m so happy that Simon has large picture book dies now. I die-cut THIS large donut die-cut three times out of...

Single Image Note Card Set

Hi there, crafty friends. So my son just started kindergarten and his teacher’s name is Ms. Smiley. How cute is that!? I thought I would make a note card set to give to her on the first day of school. I decided to share it here to show you can make a whole set with one single image… I stamped the smiley face from THIS stamp set multiple times. To color in the image,...

Sea Treasure Card Kit Inspiration Week-Day 4

Hi there, crafty friends. I hope you’re having a great weekend. I have another card share featuring THIS kit from Simon Says Stamp. For the background, I cut the gorgeous glitter paper included in the kit down to a 4.25 x 5.5 inches and adhered it to one of THESE card bases. I used THIS stitched rectangle die and cut it from a piece of white card stock at an angle, creating a unique...