Awesome Teacher Card

Hello, crafty friends. It’s teacher appreciation week this week so I wanted to share a teacher thank you card…. To create this card, I started by stamping THIS background stamp on a kraft panel with white pigment ink. I stamped the image (from an older SSS You’re Sharp stamp set), colored with Copic Markers, and cut it out with THIS coordinating die. I cut it in half and adhered one portion to the top...

Teacher Appreciation Cards

Hi, crafty friends. I have a set of Teacher Appreciation Cards to share today… To create these cards, I laid out the sentiments from THIS stamp on the front of each notecard and stamped them repeatedly to create a text background. I used THIS coordinating die to create an apple window on the front of the card. I stamped, colored, and cut out the apple image from he same set and adhered it in...

Happy Retirement Card

Hello, crafty friends. I have a retirement card to share today featuring THESE layering stencils, THIS embossing folder, and THIS sentiment set… To create this card, I applied ink through THESE layering stencils on a yellow A2 sized panel. On the last layer, I applied THIS gold paste for the flower centers to give some shine and dimension. Next, I embossed a piece of pink cardstock with THIS embossing folder. I cut it and...

Splendid Birthday Card

Hi again, crafty friends. Today’s card features more inspiration from THIS new release… To create this card, I started by applying four different shades of Distress Oxide ink through THESE layering stencils to create a background. I adhered it to a top folding white note card and rounded all four corners of the card. I white heat embossed sentiments from THIS stamp set and adhered them to the card along with THIS word die...

My Monthly Hero Countdown April 2024

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card is part of the My Monthly Hero Countdown to the April 1st Kit release. My card features THIS Classic Kit… To create this card, I applied the kit’s inks through the kit’s layering stencils to create a quick background. Next, I used the kit’s die to “cut” out the image. I love that the die doesn’t cut the background out entirely. It just cuts certain parts of the images...

Be Bold Release-Cherry Blossom Embossing Folder

Hello there, crafty friends. I have more inspiration to share today using THIS new release… To create this card, I die cut one of THESE hearts from a center of  THIS watercolor cardstock and embossed it with THIS embossing folder. I also cut a heart from the front of a white note card in the same spot as the panel. Before embossing the cardstock, I spritzed it with a fine mist of water on both...

Tulip Card

Hi, crafty friends. I have more inspiration to share today using THIS recent release from Simon Says Stamp… To create this card, I stamped THIS background stamp on the front of an A2 white card base using a light gray ink. I stamped the grass from THIS stamp set along the bottom and die cut three of THESE tulips that I applied color to with THESE stencils and ink. I added the lady bugs...

Watercoloring with Karin Brushmarkers

Howdy, crafty friends. I realized that I haven’t shared many watercolor projects lately so I thought I would break out my Karin Brushmarkers and color in THIS awesome background… To create this card, I started by stamping THIS background stamp using black pigment ink and then added clear heat embossing and heat set it. I added color to each corner of the pattern ring with THESE Karin Markers. I scribbled color on each side...

Lots of Luck Card

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS layering stamp set… To create this card, I stamped the layers of THIS clover image using green inks. I die cut the images using THESE coordinating dies. I adhered them to a green cardstock A2 panel that was splattered with THIS. I added a gold heat embossed sentiment (from an older set called Luck and Hugs). I stamped a sub sentiment from that same stamp set...

Whimsical Tulip Card + Giveaway

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s card features some fun products from Altenew… To create this card, I started by stamping THIS tulip image four times and used THIS coordinating die to cut them out. I colored them in with Copic Markers and adhered them on a stenciled background that used THIS stencil. I arranged them in a graphic look and added one of THESE die cut words in the center. I finished off the...