Snowflake Cluster Stencil Cards

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s cards were created by stretching one technique to create multiple cards… For the first two cards, I sprayed Distress Spray Stain and a Distress Mica Stain through the Snowflake Cluster stencil to create the backgrounds. On the first card, I didn’t sprayed farther away and sprayed a bit of water on top to get a bit of a softer look… For the second card, I used the same sprays...

Ink Blot Shop October 2021 Release

Howdy, crafty friends. Ink Blot Shop has a brand new release HERE and I’ve made a few projects with some of the new goodies. First up is the rainbow card… I started by stamping the Starry Sprinkle Background using white pigment ink on to a kraft panel. Next, I stamped the adorable rainbow image from the Giant Rainbow stamp set and cut it out. I used that piece to trace the outline shape on...

Case Me A Christmas Card with Michelle Lupton

Hi, crafty friends. I am very honored to be teaming up with my friend Michelle Lupton today. She is CASEing one of my cards and I am CASEing one of hers for her Holiday Card Series. I love Michelle’s style and it was hard to choose just one card to case but I ended up CASEing THIS card of hers… I love that she added the focal points to a strip of ink blending. For...

New Distress Color: Villainous Potion

Hello, crafty friends. Tim Holtz just released a new Distress Color….Villainous Potion. It’s such a nice addition to the Distress line. I immediately thought of Halloween when I saw it… I started by covering a piece of white cardstock with the Distress Ink. Once dry, I applied VersaMark ink through the Just Batty stencil and applied the Villainous Potion Embossing Glaze on top and heat set it. I flicked on white gesso as well...

Cozy Wishes Card Kit

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card share features the November Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp… I started by creating the background. I stamped the dot cluster image from the Cozy Wishes Stamp Set on a piece of navy cardstock using white pigment ink. After it was dry, I used the Slimline Scallop Frame to cut it out. I adhered the pieces to a slimline card base made from the silver cardstock in the kit....

Even More Peace on Earth Release Inspiration

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration using THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp… I stamped the snowflake border image from the Snowflake Edges stamp set on the left and right side of a side fold white note card. I added a black strip of cardstock to the center that I dry embossed with the Filigree Slim Plate to add some texture. I added two thin strips of gold cardstock to the...

Peace on Earth Release Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I’m excited to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp. I used a few of the new goodies to create this card and matching envelope… I stamped the front of a top folding white note card with the Mountainscape Background stamp using gray ink. I added a strip of gray cardstock along the bottom to resemble a road. I die-cut the Vintage Christmas Station...

More Peace on Earth Release Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration from THIS new release. Today’s card was inspired by Jennifer McGuire’s Stamped Edge Technique video HERE. I started by covering a side folding note card with kraft card stock. I stamped the pumpkin border image from the Let the Gourd Times Roll stamp set and used the coordinating die to partially cut it out. To do a partial die-cut, you need to half the image hanging...

Peace on Earth Release

Hi there, crafty friends. Simon Says Stamp has a new release HERE. I used a few of the new products to create this card… I started by applying the snowfall grit texture paste through the speckles stencil on an A2 white card panel. While that was drying, I die-cut the Laurel Leaves die from white glitter cardstock. I die-cut a few more to glue those underneath for dimension and adhered them on top of...

Too Cute To Spook Halloween Card

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m still on a Halloween card making kick… To create this card, I started by applying ink through a dot stencil using white pigment ink on kraft card stock. I die-cut a grass border to put along the bottom and ground the scene. I stamped, cut, and colored the images from the Too Cute To Spook stamp set and adhered them down to the background. I used a action wobbler on...