Birthday Week-Day 1

Hello, crafty friends. If you’re like me, you never have enough birthday cards on hand. I decided to make a bunch using THIS new release and share them all week long. Let’s kick off this party with two cards that feature a sentiment background… I like using multiple sentiments to create a text background. I laid out lots of birthday sentiments from THIS and THIS stamp set on a panel inside my MISTI. I...

Simon Says Stamp Celebrate You Blog Hop- Day 2

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s project is part of a blog hop celebrating THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp… For both cards, I stamped the adorable dog images from THIS stamp set on to pieces of THIS card stock. I chose that particular paper because I colored in the images with THESE markers and the color goes down great on that paper. I masked off the images and added a scene with Distress Oxide...

Easy Shaker Card Element

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features and easy to create shaker card element… I started by die-cutting THIS circle die from THIS card stock. I die-cut THIS frog circle die from the center of the circle, creating a circle window. I adhered acetate to the back of the opening and adhered the eye die-cuts into place. I stamped a sentiment from THIS stamp set along the bottom of the circle by curving the sentiment before...

Simon Says Stamp Celebrate You Release

Hello, crafty friends. I’m sharing a couple cards today featuring products from THIS new release. For both cards, I dry embossed THESE dies to create a background. I stamped, colored, and cut out THESE images. I stamped a sentiment from the stamp stamp set in the center and added some of THESE and THESE drops along with some hearts from THIS die. I added some of THIS on top of the hearts from some shine...

Simon Says Stamp June 2019 Card Kit

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card features products from THIS new card kit… I stamped an image from the kit’s stamp set and colored it in with Copic markers. I stamped a coordinating sentiment inside the frame and added thin green strips to the bottom and top of the panel. I adhered it on top of a piece of patterned paper. I finished the card by adding liquid glue along some of the leaves...

Teacher Card

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card stretches the use of THIS alphabet die set… I really like alphabet sets because you can customize your sentiments or even use them on kid’s school projects. Instead of cutting apart the individual letters, I decided to keep the majority of them in tact and create a simple background. I ran the whole piece through my die-cut machine after inking up the panel with some Distress Oxide ink blending....

MOM Shaker Card

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m sharing a simple and sweet shaker card today… I started by applying THIS and THIS ink to a piece of white card stock. When the colors meet in the middle, it creates a beautiful orange color. I spritzed it with some water for some added texture. I die-cut THIS die three times from white card stock and adhered them together. I spritzed some of THIS on the top layer...

MOM cards

Howdy, crafty friends. Today, I have two cards to share that came from one technique. Don’t you love when that happens!? … I started by die-cutting THIS gorgeous die from an alcohol ink background I had on hand. For the first card… I used the outline of piece from the die and adhered it to a note card stamped with THIS background stamp. I used THIS ink so it wouldn’t be too distracting and...

Rainbow Backgrounds

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s cards all have rainbow backgrounds… For the first card… I inked up THIS stencil with a rainbow of distress inks to create a colorful sky. I used THIS die to create a border around the panel. I stamped and colored the sun image from THIS stamp set and used THESE coordinating dies to cut it out. I added some of THIS on top of the balloon for some shine...