BOO Halloween Wreath Card

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back with another Halloween card… First, I applied green ink through THESE stencils to create a background. I die-cut the background using THIS die to add some stitching details. I added a black mat behind it and adhered it to a green top folding note card. I die cut THIS die using THIS black glossy cardstock twice and adhered them down to the background. I did not line them up...

Halloween Treat Bags + STAMPtember Blog Party!

  Hello, crafty friends. Today’s projects are part of THIS fun blog party celebrating STAMPtember! I used some of the new products from THIS STAMPtember release to create these Halloween Treat Bags… VIDEO You can watch the video on how I created these cards HERE or click on the video below… I started by die-cutting the pumpkins from colored card stock using THIS die. After I adhered all the pieces to the solid die,...

Scrappy Tails Harvest Blessings Hop

Hello Scrappy Tail Crafters! Welcome to our Harvest Blessings inspiration hop! Hop along for some beautiful autumn and spooktacular Halloween paper crafting inspo featuring new products from our latest August release! I have a fun, interactive 3D Haunted House card to share today… I started by cutting the main house portion using THIS die set from gray card stock and stenciling on a brick pattern. I cut the roof from purple carsick and ink blended on...

Patterned Paper Die Cuts

Hello there, crafty friends. I don’t know about you but I purchase a lot of patterned paper and end up not using it very much. So, I challenged myself to use up some of my patterned paper not only on the background of today’s cards but the die cuts. I love the results… To create the first card… I cut a piece of THIS gingham patterned paper a bit smaller than a mini slimline...

Fab Flower Die Cut Inlay

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card share was so fun to make and features die cut inlay… I started by stamping THIS background stamp on a variety of colored card stocks using coordinating ink colors for a tone on tone look. I cut them plus a blue panel using THIS background die and in laid each piece into place for a smooth look… I finished off the design with a sentiment from THIS stamp set...

Dream Big Release Blog Hop

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m thrilled to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS new release. I have two cards to share featuring two new dies that are so fun… For the first card… I cut THIS die from several shades of colored card stock and assembled the pieces. For the background, I dry embossed THIS slimline die using the embossing mat in my die-cut machine. I love the texture it adds. Next,...

Coloring Die Cuts with Alcohol Ink

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card features coloring die cuts with alcohol ink… I stared by die-cutting the butterflies from the Graceful Butterfly Set from white Yupo paper. I put them inside the coordinating embossing folder from the set and embossed them to add some texture. I added some rubbing alcohol to the die-cuts and then applied alcohol ink on top. I mixed in a bit of pearl alcohol ink for some sparkle and...

Reverse Confetti June 2022 Creative Hop

Hello again, crafty friends. I’m excited to be a part of THIS Blog Hop. My card features products from THIS release… VIDEO I also have a video on how I created this card along with tips for conquering creative block! You can watch the video on how I created this card HERE or click on the video below… To create this card,  I started by die-cutting the Folklore Cover Panel from white cardstock. I love...

Stencils and Coordinating Dies

Hello, crafty friends. I’m a big fan of stencil that have coordinating dies and today’s card features THIS set… I started by stamping the Arches Background stamp using white pigment ink on a kraft panel. I applied ink through the Orange Blossoms stencil and used the coordinating dies to cut out the images. I also applied the ink heavier to one side or in the center to add some dimension… I adhered them to...

Hot Foiling on Alcohol Inked Panels Part Two

Howdy, crafty friends. I recently shared THESE cards where I hot foiled on alcohol inked panels and I was having so much fun with the technique that I decided to create another set but this time with a larger, cover hot foil plate… First, I created the alcohol inked panels. I applied Rubbing Alcohol on four panels of Yupo paper. I added rows of color using alcohol ink and let the color blend by...