Carrot and Peas Tri-Fold Card

Hello. I have a tri-fold card to share using a stamp set from THIS new release… To create a tri fold card, I adhered two 4.25 x 5.5 kraft note cards together after trimming a bit off one flap of each card. When you trim off a tiny bit off one flap, they will fit together nicely. To create the front panel, I die-cut THIS die twice to create a full panel of circles....

Snowflake Builder Card Kit

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… I stamped one of the layering snowflakes from THIS 6×8 stamp set that’s included in the kit on to a piece of vellum. I die-cut a circle from one of the patterned papers using THIS die and adhered it on top of the vellum. I stamped the bottom of the snow globe image from THIS set, cut it out,...

Simon Says Wednesday Challenge: Interactive Christmas Cards

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m thrilled to be a December guest over HERE on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog. This week’s challenge is Interactive Christmas cards showcasing Lawn Fawn products… For both cards, I used THIS die to create a flip-book style interactive card. I watched THIS video by Kelly Marie (the owner of Lawn Fawn) when assembling the interactive elements. I have a lot of interactive dies and this one was...

Interactive Halloween Cards

Hi, crafty friends. I’m sharing a couple of interactive Halloween cards that I created for my son’s teachers… I started by die-cutting THIS sliding window die out of a patterned paper panel. I adhered a 3.5 x 5 piece of  black card stock to the bottom inside of the moving window and adhered a circle die to the top with a “pull here” sentiment from THIS stamp set. I added foam tape to the...

Cheer and Joy Release Inspiration Week-Day Three

Hi, crafty friends. I’m sharing more inspiration using THIS new release… I stamped THIS adorable puppy image and colored it with THESE markers. I die-cut THIS coordinating die from another piece of card stock that was inked and applied acetate behind the opening, creating a window. I white heat embossed a sentiment from the same stamp set on a red card stock strip and adhered it under the window. I applied foam tape to...

Simple Interactive Cards with Reversible Sequin Fabric

Hello, crafty friends. Recently, I attended Stampaway (a yearly local stamping convention) and purchased some fun products. One of them was THIS reversible sequin fabric. I used it today to create some simple interactive cards… I started by die-cutting the panels with THIS stitched rectangle die. I die-cut THIS balloon shape on one card and THIS heart shape on the other. I heat embossed sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set. I cut a piece...

Interactive Lunch Box Notes

Hello, crafty friends. Today, I’m sharing a fun spin on the traditional lunch box note… Since school starts back up soon (which I’m completely not ready for), I thought I would create some notes to have on hand to put in my son’s lunch. I started by stamping images and sentiments from THIS stamp set on white card stock. After coloring any images that needed color, I used THIS die to cut them out....

Believe in You Blog Hop-Day One

Hi, crafty friends. THIS new die from THIS new Simon Says Stamp release is so fun. I couldn’t wait to make some first day of school cards… I started by die-cutting THIS lunch box die from THIS patterned paper. I added the smiley face from THIS stamp set to the front of each and stamped images and sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set on the inside of the lunch boxes. I colored the...

Believe in You Release

Hi there, crafty friends. Simon Says Stamp’s new release is now available. You can find it HERE. Today’s card features THIS new stamp set… I started by creating a card base from THIS card stock and it measures 9.5 x 3.5 and will fit inside a #10 business envelope. I used THIS paper for the card panel and stamped THIS background along the bottom. I used a few Distress Oxide inks so I could...

Cards for Crafty Friends-Part Two

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back with more cards for crafty friends after such a great response from THIS previous post… For all three cards, I started by adhering THIS watercolor card stock on top of THESE top folded cards. I adhered the texture side face up to add to the watercolor theme. I stamped, colored, and cut out three of THIS image. I die-cut lots of THESE wood grain frames and adhered three together...