Roundimals Roundup

Howdy, crafty friends. Have you seen the Roundimals stamps and dies from Brutus Monroe? They have stolen my heart and I wanted to share the projects I made with them… For the first card… I stamped and colored THIS adorable owl and used the included coordinating die to cut it out. I started by applying white texture paste through THIS stencil to add subtle interest to the background. I die-cut the pieces from THIS...

Spring Windows Card Kit

Happy Valentine’s Day, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS March Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp… I started by scribbling the three distress marker colors (included in the kit) over a piece of acetate. I just recycled a piece of packaging. I spritzed a bit of water on top and laid it on top of a watercolor card stock panel. I stamped the window image as well as a coordinating sentiment from the...

Scene Changing Card

Hello there, crafty friends. I have a scene changing card to share today… I started by inking up the front and inside of the note card with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink. After it was dry, I applied glitter glitz gel through THIS stencil and die-cut three clouds. I stamped a sentiment from THIS stamp set on the top layer and adhered the remaining clouds underneath for dimension. I added a strip of gray...

Boho Circle Card

Happy Friday, crafty friends. I’m back today with a project featuring a faux stained glass look… I die-cut THIS die through two pieces of A2 sized white card stock at the same time. It cut through the top layer completely and it only made an impression through the bottom piece. With any intricate die, I use a metal shim in my cutting sandwich. I used the bottom impression piece as a guide on where...

Wonderful Banner Card

Hi, crafty friends. I have a bright and bold card to share today… I die-cut THIS background die three times and adhered them on top of a white note card. I stamped and colored THIS banner image and used THIS coordinating die to cut it out. I added THIS to the flowers for some shine. What I love about the stamp set is it comes with individual flower images so you can color and...

Love You Beary Much Card Kit Inspiration

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m back today with more inspiration using THIS card kit… I die-cut THIS die from pink card stock and stamped one of the border images from the kit’s stamp set repeatedly covering the panel. I die-cut THIS repeating circle die from the center. I placed a piece of white card stock behind the die-cut piece and stamped the candy images inside the circle openings. I colored them with Copic markers...

Sending You Love Slimline Card

Hello, crafty friends. Just popping on today to send you some love… I started by die-cutting THIS die from different shades of pink card stock strips and adhered them down to a slimline card base covered in THIS gray card stock. After stamping and coloring THESE flowers, I cut them out using THESE coordinating dies. I added glossy accents to the berries and shimmer to the flowers using a shimmer pen. I finished off...

Love You Watts & Watts Card

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back today with a cheerful, colorful card… I started by stamping and coloring THESE light bulb images and I used THESE coordinating dies to cut them out. I white heat embossed a coordinating sentiment from the same stamp set on black card stock and die-cut it using THIS die. I adhered the black piece with fun foam underneath to add dimension and adhered the light bulbs under that flat to...

More Big Thanks Autumn Card Kit Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. Recently, I shared a post HERE using THIS new card kit. I cut several frames to make that shaker card using THESE dies. I had lots of the inside of the rectangle frame left, so I used those pieces to create today’s cards… I started by stamping on those rectangle pieces with THIS background stamp using THIS ink for a tone-on-tone look. I heat embossed a sentiment in the center rectangle...

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...