Picket Fence Studios STAMPtember 2020 Collaboration

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s STAMPtember collaboration stamp set is from Picket Fence Studios… I started by stamping the mixed drinks image and sentiment from THIS stamp set and coloring in the image with Copic Markers. I added THIS on top for some shine. I cut several black frames using THIS die-cut and adhered them together. I added a piece of acetate behind the top layer creating a window for the shaker card. I laid...

More Let’s Connect Release Inspiration

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back with a fun card using THIS new release… I stamped and colored THESE cute toilet paper images and used THESE dies to cut them out. I die-cut THIS repeating circles panel from black card stock and adhered a piece of pattern paper behind the openings. After adhering the images and sentiment in the openings, I adhered the panel to a card base that had THIS die-cut panel on the...

Simple Interactive Card

Hello, crafty friends. I have a simple interactive card to share today… I started by stamping THIS background stamp with THIS ink on THIS card stock. I die-cut THIS stitched square window out of the panel and the card base. I white heat embossed a sentiment from THIS stamp set inside the window and stamped, colored, and cut out the snail from the same stamp set. I adhered it to the inside of the...

Send Happiness Release-Chillin Gnomes

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card is a scene building card… I started by embossing THESE dies towards the bottom of the card panel using THIS embossing mat with my die-cutting machine. Instead of cutting the paper, it makes an impression. I blended some of THIS ink on the waves to make them a bit darker and stand out. I also added THIS for some shine. I die-cut a sand hill using THIS border die....

Interactive Fortune Cookie Card

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m back today with more inspiration using THIS new release… I created a window by die-cutting a circle from white card stock. I applied some alcohol inks to THIS paper and applied some of THIS when it was still wet for some shine. I adhered the piece behind the window and attached it to a 4.75 x 4.75 black card base. I die-cut THIS fortune cookie die and added a bit...

Gina K. Neon Inks

Hello there, crafty friends. Today’s card share is super bright and cheeky… I recently purchased THESE neon inks and I’m in love. If you’re a fan of bright colors like me, go check them out! They are fabulous and come in great colors. I ink blended a panel with THIS pink after die-cutting THIS squirrel. I ink blended another panel using THIS green to layer underneath. I added THIS to the dash lines to...

Tim Holtz STAMPtember 2019 Collaboration

Hello, crafty friends. I’m a big Tim Holtz fan. His products always inspire me so I was excited to get to play with THIS exclusive collaboration stamp and stencil set for STAMPtember. How fun is THIS stamp set!? THIS stencil that is bundled with it is a must have and I used it on all of today’s projects. For the first card… I started by stamping and then coloring the image with THESE markers....

Picket Fence Studios July 2019 Release

Hi there, crafty friends. The Picket Fence Studios July release is now available! I’m sharing two cards today created with some of the new products… For the first card, I started by stamping and coloring THIS cactus image. I used THIS coordinating die to cut it out. I created a pot for him to sit in out of THIS card stock and stamped a coordinating sentiment from the stamp set on the top. I...

Rest and Refresh Blog Hop-Day 2

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s project is part of a blog hop celebrating THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp… I created the backgrounds by stamping the hexagon cluster border from THIS stamp set on pieces of THIS card stock using THIS ink repeatedly, covering the entire panels. I die-cut the panels using THIS and THIS stitched rectangle dies. I adhered them to white note cards and then die-cut a hexagon shape, creating a window....

Framing a Focal Image

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card uses a coordinating die to frame an image.. I stamped THIS image on THIS card stock and added color with THESE watercolors. I did a few layers of colors, drying in between each. I added THIS to the eyes to make them stand out. I die-cut the coordinating die from another piece of the same card stock to create a frame for the image. I applied THIS ink...