Let’s Connect Release-Unicorn Love

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m back today with more inspiration using THIS new release… I started by stamping and coloring THESE unicorns. I cut from one corner of the card diagonally to the next corner of the card. I repeated that on the other side, creating four pieces. I adhered them back together on a card panel that was covered in THIS holographic card stock. When adhering them down, I separated the pieces a...

Let’s Connect Release Rainbow Cards

Hi, crafty friends. I love creating shaped cards for something fun and unexpected. THIS new rainbow die from THIS new release makes it so easy… I started by die-cutting THIS rainbow card base. I die-cut an extra card base for each card, cut them apart and adhered them to the back of each main card base to add more stability. For the first card, I die-cut the rainbow pieces from patterned paper and the...

Kid’s Artwork Cards

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s cards features art work from my son… I’ve saved many pieces of his sweet little art. Instead of storing all of them, I use some of them to make cards from. For all three of today’s cards, I used his rainbow drawings/paintings to create backgrounds for cards. For all of the sentiments, I white heat embossed a few from THIS stamp set on to black card stock. For the first...

Simple Interactive Cards with Reversible Sequin Fabric

Hello, crafty friends. Recently, I attended Stampaway¬†(a yearly local stamping convention) and purchased some fun products. One of them was THIS reversible sequin fabric. I used it today to create some simple interactive cards… I started by die-cutting the panels with THIS stitched rectangle die. I die-cut THIS balloon shape on one card and THIS heart shape on the other. I heat embossed sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set. I cut a piece...

Interactive Lunch Box Notes

Hello, crafty friends. Today, I’m sharing a fun spin on the traditional lunch box note… Since school starts back up soon (which I’m completely not ready for), I thought I would create some notes to have on hand to put in my son’s lunch. I started by stamping images and sentiments from THIS stamp set on white card stock. After coloring any images that needed color, I used THIS die to cut them out....

Believe in You Blog Hop-Day One

Hi, crafty friends. THIS new die from THIS new Simon Says Stamp release is so fun. I couldn’t wait to make some first day of school cards… I started by die-cutting THIS lunch box die from THIS patterned paper. I added the smiley face from THIS stamp set to the front of each and stamped images and sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set on the inside of the lunch boxes. I colored the...

More Fresh Bloom Release Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. I thought I would share more inspiration using THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp… I stamped and colored the cute images from THIS new stamp set and used THESE coordinating dies to cut them out. I adhered them to 4 bar sized cards and stamped the background with THESE stamps. I stamped the sentiment in THESE speech bubbles. Here’s a closer look… I like to use the coordinating die to...

Care Bear Cards

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s cards were so fun to make and a throwback to my childhood. I’m a child of the 80’s. I remember my childhood bedroom walls were covered in rainbow wallpaper and shelves of strawberry shortcake dolls, cabbage patch dolls, and care bears. I thought THIS bear die with THIS body die would make perfect Care Bear cards… I decided to make a rainbow of care bears and adhere them to...

Simon Says Stamp March Card Kit Week-Day 2

Hello, crafty friends. Today is day two of card kit week and I have more inspiration using THIS card kit… I die-cut the pattern papers in the kit using THIS banner die. I adhered them to a white note card in rainbow order and added a unicorn sticker on top along with some heart stickers. I stamped a sentiment from THIS stamp set that is included in the kit. A clean and simple card....