Layering Stencils in Black and White

Hi there, crafty friends. Layering stencils are my favorite right now. I love to mix bold colors together but I thought  THIS stencil design would be fun in just black and white… To create this card, I applied gray and black ink through THESE stencils to create a background. I temporarily adhered two of THESE rectangle dies together and ran them through the die cut machine with THIS cardstock to create a frame. I...

I Love You More Than Tacos Card

Hello there, crafty friends. It’s Taco Tuesday (something my son and I celebrate every week) so I have a Taco themed card to share today… To create this card, I started by stamping the images from THIS stamp set towards the bottom of the front panel of THIS mini slimline card base. Since I wanted some of the images to be behind other images, I did some masking. I started by stamping the images...

Embossing Folders + Gel Plates

Hello there, crafty friends. Today’s cards were inspired by the last day of THIS Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes where Jennifer McGuire taught a lesson on embossing folders and gelli plates… I love this technique as it creates two cards from one technique. For each set of cards, I would ink up THIS gelli plate with Distress Oxide inks, press the embossing folder on top of the gelli plate into the ink...

Double Embossed Background

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s cards were inspired by day four of THIS Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes where Cathy Zielske shared using two embossing folders on one card… To create this card, I started by ink blending a white panel with Distress Oxide inks. Next, I ran it through my die cut machine with THIS embossing folder. Then I ran it back though with THIS embossing folder. It’s hard to see in...

Embossing on Die cuts

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s cards were inspired by day three of THIS Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes where Yana Smakula shared embossing on die cuts… To create this card. I started by stamping THIS text background on a gray piece of cardstock and adhered it to a top folding note card. I cut a piece of green card stock with THIS die and then embossed it with THIS embossing folder. I ink...

Hero Arts June 2024 Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I’m so excited to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS June Release from Hero Arts and the launch of Hero Studio, a new subscription program. You can find all the information on the new subscription program HERE. Introducing the reimagined Hero Arts monthly subscription program (Hero Studio), now with six original options each month. Subscribe by the 1st of the month to guarantee you get the product. Free (US)...

Hero Studio Countdown June 2024

Hi there, crafty friends. Hero Arts has a new subscription program called Hero Studio. You can find more information about it HERE. Today’s card is a sneak peek of the Card Kit of the Month… To create this card, I stamped an image from the stamp set in the card kit multiple times on a white panel along with a coordinating sentiment. I die cut a heart from the center of the panel and...

Interactive Graduation Card

Hi, crafty friends. I have an interactive Graduation card to share today… To create this card, I applied blue ink through THIS stencil to create the background. Next, I cut the pieces from THIS die from blue cardstock and inserted the tabs through each slot that the die cuts. I adhered THESE balloons on top which I stamped with THIS ink and heat embossed with THIS powder. I adhered the arrow in place to...

Adding Ink to Embossing Folders + GIVEAWAY

Hello, crafty friend. Today’s cards were inspired by Day Two of THIS new Embossing Folder class from Online Card Classes… Jennifer McGuire shared how to add ink to embossing folders which I did on today’s card. To create this card, I started by applying blue Distress Oxide inks on the inside (raised side) of THIS embossing folder, spritzing it with water and laying a blue A2 panel on top and running it through my...

Slimline Wedding Card

Howdy, crafty friends. I have a wedding card to share today… To create this card, I started by creating a “cake” from THESE rounded rectangle dies. I cut two different sizes from THIS white glossy cardstock and embossed them with THIS embossing folder. I adhered them on top of a strip of THIS silver matte cardstock along the bottom of the front of a slimline white card. Next, I stamped and Copic colored THESE...