Groovy Cards

Hi, crafty friends. I have a couple of groovy cards to share with you today… I applied neon inks through THESE tie-dye stencils to create the backgrounds. I die-cut the peace & love and good vibes dies from holographic card stock and alcohol ink black card stock. I chose to use that black card stock because of it’s velvety smooth finish. I also added a few flowers from the Mother’s Day die to the...

Mini Slimline Bear Hugs

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration featuring products from THIS release… I started by mixing in Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink into the white embossing paste. This is a great way to stretch your supplies. Instead of buying lots of colors of embossing paste, I only buy white and mix in ink to add color. I applied the paste through one of the Mini Slimline Patterns stencils on a pink panel cut...

Easter Card

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back today with an Easter card that features set back stamping using coordinating dies to create a frame around an image… I stamped the iris flower image from THIS stamp set on two white card stock panels. I inked up the solid stamps from the set to add color to one of the panels along with some Copic Marker coloring. The other panel is just for placement of the window...

Shaped Card Using Dies

Hi, crafty friends. I have a shaped card today featuring products from THIS release. I started by die-cutting THIS scalloped die from kraft card stock and blue card stock. I stamped THIS background stamp on top of the kraft piece using white pigment ink. I cut the blue scalloped piece into a strip and adhered it in the center of the card. I cut a smaller white scalloped piece from the same scalloped die...

Reverse Confetti March Release Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m thrilled to announce that I will be joining the Reverse Confetti team during their blog hops to celebrate their new releases. I have four projects to share today featuring THIS new release… For the first card… I started by die-cutting the big flowers cover panel from a few different colors of card stock and inlaying the pieces to create a fun background. I stamped and colored the bunnies from the...

Mini Slimline Envelope Die

Hello, crafty friends. Recently, I shared THIS post where I featured the regular sized slimline envelope die. Slimline cards are not just one size. The mini size slimline cards are popular right now and I’m excited to create envelopes for them using THIS new die. It is a slimline envelope die as well, but in the smaller slimline size. Check it out… I die-cut THIS new die using some Bo-Bunny dot 12×12 paper (that...

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...

Heart Garden Card

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m back today with another scene card. They are one of my favorite types of cards to make… I stamped THIS background and did some ink blending on top with green and blue ink to create grass and sky. I colored the heart flowers with Copic markers and added a strip of grass die-cut along the bottom of the card. I rounded the two bottom corners and added THIS she...

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...