Cards for Crafty Friends-Part Two

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back with more cards for crafty friends after such a great response from THIS previous post… For all three cards, I started by adhering THIS watercolor card stock on top of THESE top folded cards. I adhered the texture side face up to add to the watercolor theme. I stamped, colored, and cut out three of THIS image. I die-cut lots of THESE wood grain frames and adhered three together...

Cards for Crafty Friends

Hello. The majority of the cards I send out is for fellow crafters (a.k.a. my tribe). I’ve had some fun crafty themed products sitting on my desk for awhile and wanted to use them to create a few interactive cards for my crafty friends… I started by die-cutting THIS die from THIS fun foam. I used it as a stamp that I temporarily adhered inside my MISTI. I inked it up with several colors...

Even More Rest and Refresh Release Inspiration

Hi, crafty friends. I’m loving THIS stamp set from THIS release and wanted to share a card I created with it… I stamped the cute house image from THIS stamp set. I trimmed it out and adhered it to a die-cut panel that I created with THIS border die. By running it through multiple times, it gives a cover plate look. I adhered the die-cut background to a white card base for a tone...

Sunshine and Rainbows Card

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS background stamp that I’ve had on my desk for a bit and have been anxious to use… I decided to flip the design upside down to make a rainbow background. I stamped it with THIS ink first and colored all the rainbows in with my Copic markers. Then I stamped it again with THIS ink on top and clear heat embossed it for some shine. I trimmed...

Gerbera Daisy Background

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS background…   I stamped it and colored a portion of the image with Copic Markers. I fussy cut out a section of the background and adhered it on black card stock using foam tape for added dimension. I colored in the small open areas of the design with a black Copic so it would appear to be cut out too against the black background. I white heat...

Birthday Week-Day 4

Hi, crafty friends. I have a cheeky card to share today as part of Birthday Week… I started by stamping THIS candle image multiple times in two rows, one on the top and one on the bottom. I used THIS ink and colored the images (after heat setting) with Copic Markers. I stamped a coordinating greeting from the same set on the top row of candles and added a white heat embossed sentiment from...

Birthday Week-Day 1

Hello, crafty friends. If you’re like me, you never have enough birthday cards on hand. I decided to make a bunch using THIS new release and share them all week long. Let’s kick off this party with two cards that feature a sentiment background… I like using multiple sentiments to create a text background. I laid out lots of birthday sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set on a panel inside my MISTI. I...

Easy Shaker Card Element

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features and easy to create shaker card element… I started by die-cutting THIS circle die from THIS card stock. I die-cut THISĀ frog circle die from the center of the circle, creating a circle window. I adhered acetate to the back of the opening and adhered the eye die-cuts into place. I stamped a sentiment from THIS stamp set along the bottom of the circle by curving the sentiment before...