Cards for the Community

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m back today with more cards that I mass produced for workers in our community that are on the front lines (grocery store workers, delivery drivers, post office workers, etc.)… I started by die-cutting THIS heart several times from gray card stock as well as patterned papers and specialty papers. I created a base to adhere everything down to by tracing the inside of the heart die and cutting it...

Stitching Panel Card Bases

Hi, crafty friends. I wanted to do something a bit different for today’s project so I created card bases from THIS stitching panel die… I die-cut it from three colors of card stock and folded it in half to create a smaller card base. They measure 3.5 x 5 in size and still fit nicely inside a regular A2 envelope. For the pink card, I pushed out all of the circles in the holes...

More Lucky to Know You Release Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. The inspiration continues using THIS new release. Today’s card features THIS adorable die… For the background, I applied THIS ink through THIS stencil on this card stock. I white heat embossed a sentiment from THIS stamp set in the large heart and die-cut THIS gnome die from colored card stock. I’ve been using THIS small die-cut machine for smaller die-cut projects and I love it. It’s nice to sit on my...

Dimensional Die-cut Backgrounds

Hi there, crafty friends. I have a couple cards to share today and a few tips on adding dimension to your die-cuts…. For the card on the right, I cut one of THESE leaves from shades of teal and blue card stock and adhered them to a card panel, creating a background. Instead of adhering the second layer of die-cuts directly down (on a select few leaves), I adhered just the center vein of...

Single Border Die Background

Hi, crafty friends. Recently, I shared THIS post showing how you can create a fun background using a single border stamp. I wanted to showcase that same idea but with a single border die… I started by stamping the heart border die from THIS stamp set on to a rainbow of Lawn Fawn colored card stock. I used THIS coordinating die to cut them out adhered them on a piece of kraft card stock...

Thanks on a Line

Hi there, crafty friends. I have a couple of bright thank you cards to share today… I die-cut THIS die from various colors of THIS patterned paper. I white heat embossed a sentiment from THIS stamp set. I die-cut THIS bear twice and added THIS and THIS on top of the hearts for some shine. I also die-cut the bear from white card stock to use just the hearts for under the sentiment. Here’s...

You Are Loved Cards

Hi, crafty friends. I have a few cheery cards today with a message that I think it’s important to hear. So, just in case you need a reminder, you are loved. I started by making three card bases from THIS card stock. I love that color of card stock because it’s a great neutral base. I stamped all of them with THIS background stamp using the same color ink for a tone-on-tone look. I...

Love You More Release

Hello, crafty friends. Simon Says Stamp has a new release HERE and I’m sharing a card made with a couple of the products from it… To create the background, I applied THIS ink through THIS stencil. I die-cut THIS new die from the center as well as a variety of colored card stock. I inlaid the pieces back into place like a puzzle. I stamped a coordinating sentiment as well as a cat image...

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...