Valentine’s Day Treat Boxes

Hello there, crafty friends. Recently, I shared THIS post sharing how to create Holiday Gift Card Boxes. Today, I want to share a Valentine’s Day theme using THIS same gift box die… I die-cut THESE gift boxes from colored cardstock and assembled the bottom piece of each one. I love how these boxes are so easy to assemble. For the first box… I gold heat embossed THIS background on the top piece before assembling....

Adding Texture to Stamping

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s card features dry embossing over a stamped sentiment… I started by stamping THIS flower three times and using THIS coordinating stencil to add color to the image by adding ink. Once all three flowers were colored, I fussy cut the images. I used a black sharpie around the white edge to give a finished look. Next, I stamped THIS sentiment in the center of an A2 white panel. I ran...

Mini Slimline Encouragement Card

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS layering stencil set from THIS new release… I started by applying ink through THESE stencils. I love how layering stencils can add so much dimension. I die-cut the piece using a mini slimline die. I stamped the envelope image from THIS stamp set and used THIS coordinating die to cut it out. I also cut it from the stenciled panel. I stamped a coordinating sentiment from...

Scrappy Tails Purse Cards

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s projects were so fun to make… For the first card, I die-cut THESE dies to create this cute purse… I die-cut the pieces from Doodlebug Patterned Paper. I cut the center portion from 110 lb. white cardstock to make it sturdy. I followed THIS video by Sabrina for directions on how to assemble the die cut pieces. I love how easy this was to assemble. Here’s a closer look...

Kisses Release Blog Hop

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s cards are part of THIS fun blog hop celebrating THIS new release… VIDEO You can watch the video on how I created these cards HERE or click on the video below… I started by die-cutting THIS heart chain die several times from colored cardstock. I chose to go with a rainbow pattern because that’s my jam, but you could use any colors you want. I think specialty cardstocks would be...

More Kisses Release Inspiration

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration from THIS new release… I started by stamping all of the stamp images from THIS stamp multiple times and using THESE coordinating dies to cut them out. The stamp set is a layering stamp that you can use to color in the images. However, I wanted to use Copic markers to color them. I also stamped the sentiment from THIS stamp set and used THIS coordinating...

Kisses Release

Hi there, crafty friends. I have two cards today featuring new products from THIS new release… To create these cards, I started by stamping THIS background. To get a multi color stamping, I removed each layer of the background stamp before stamping. I love to use these peel apart background stamps because you can keep it connected and stamp the whole thing in one stamping or peel apart layers to get multiple colors. Since...

More Sweet Days Card Kit Inspiration

Hi, crafty friends. I recently shared THIS card using THIS new card kit. I’m back today with more inspiration using the same card kit… I started by stamping the row of hearts image from the kit’s stamp set repeatedly on a white A2 panel. I went in rainbow order and filled the entire panel creating a background. I die-cut a circle from the panel as well as the front of a side fold card...

Sweet Days Card Kit

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… I started by creating the background. I applied a rainbow of inks through the kit’s stencil on a white A2 panel. Next, I stamped the images from the stamp set, colored them with Copics, and cut them out. I adhered the images along the bottom of the panel and stamped a sentiment from the kit. I also added some...

Slimline Encouragement Card

Hello again, crafty friends. I have an encouragement card to share today… I started by creating the background. I applied ink through THIS stencil on the front of a white slimline card base. I used four  different colors of pink ink for an ombre look. I stamped the sentiments and image from THIS stamp set with colored ink and used THESE coordinating dies to cut them out. I die-cut THIS bear and THIS body...