Card Drive for Wild Hearts

Hello, crafty friends. I’m sharing a bunch of cards today that I created for the Wild Hearts Card Drive. Ricky Bromero is organizing this card drive in support of Wild Hearts, a non-profit organization in Chicago that assists dogs with mobility issues and their human families. You can find out all the details of the card drive HERE. I was able to make two batches of cards starting with Distress Oxide ink blended panels....

Holly Jolly Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m excited to be part of THIS blog hop celebrating THIS new release. I have two cards to share that have a peek-a-boo opening that holds a gift… For the first card… I laid out sentiments from THIS, THIS, and THIS stamp set on a gray A2 panel in my MISTI. I used THIS to help me align all of the stamps straight. I stamped all the sentiments at once using...

Holly Jolly Release Embossing Folders

Hello, crafty friends. I have several cards to share featuring the new embossing folders from THIS release… LUMEN EMBOSSING FOLDER I used THIS embossing folder with THIS card stock. I applied a rainbow of Distress Inks using THESE blender brushes. I sprayed the background heavily with THIS shimmer spray and let it air dry. I adhered the panel to one of THESE note cards and added THIS die-cut word and used THIS stamp set...

Peace Slimline Card

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m sharing a slimline card using a few products from THIS release… I started by stamping THIS border along the bottom of a slimline card panel. I stamped it twice to repeat the image so it would stretch across the entire panel. I also stamped it on THIS masking paper and cut out masks to place on top. I inked over the masks with multiple Distress Oxide inks (all the...

Big Thanks Autumn Card Kit

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m sharing two shaker cards today featuring THIS card kit from Simon Says Stamp. For the first card… I stamped one of the patterned papers with THIS background stamp using THIS ink. I adhered the piece to a top folding note card and then foiled one of the acetate sheets with one of the kit’s foils. The kit comes with a pack of multiple color foils. To foil the printed...

Make Merry Release Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m thrilled to be a part of THIS blog hop celebrating THIS new release. I have two cards today that feature masking… For the first card… I white heat embossed THIS background and die-cut it using THIS square stitched die. I used THIS tape to mask off stripes and blended on shades of green Distress Oxide inks. I sprayed THIS heavily on top for some shine. Once it was dry, I...

Make Merry Release

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s project features products from THIS new release by Simon Says Stamp. I white heat embossed a sentiment and snowflakes from THIS stamp set on a 5×7 white card panel. I ink blended with different shades of blue Distress Oxide inks over top to create a night sky. The white heat embossing resists the ink. I sprayed it heavily with THIS for some shine. Next, I cut a grassy hill using...

Let’s Get Coffee Card

Happy October, crafty friends. STAMPtember has wrapped up but there are still a few projects that I didn’t get a chance to share… I started by stamping the background with THIS background stamp. Next, I used a single image from THIS stamp set and used THIS stencil as a guide to create a repeating circle pattern with it. I colored in the images with Copic Markers and stamped a sentiment from the same stamp...

Kitchen Sink Stamps STAMPtember 2020 Collaboration

Hello, crafty friend. THIS is the next STAMPtember collaboration stamp set and it’s from Kitchen Sink Stamps… I started by stamping THIS layering leaves image repeatedly to cover a background. I only stamped two of the three layers. I trimmed down the panel and cut it in half both ways. I adhered the pieces on a kraft panel and die-cut THIS circle die from the center. I used the same circle die to cut...

Pinkfresh Studio STAMPtember 2020 Collaboration

Hi there, crafty friends. THIS stamp set is the next STAMPtember collaboration stamp set and it’s from Pinkfresh Studios. Usually, I’m not a big fan of layering sets. I find them difficult, but these backgrounds came together in very little time and the layering portion is super simple. I chose to stamp the layers from THIS stamp set with Distress Oxide inks. The reason I chose these inks is because of their pigment properties....