Wild and Free Flowers Card Kit

Hi there, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp…. To create this card, I started by gold heat embossing the flower image from THIS stamp set (which is included in the card kit) on to a piece of the kit’s pink cardstock. I masked off the edges of the panel with THIS masking paper and applied a darker pink ink in the center to create a focal...

Watercoloring with Karin Brushmarkers

Howdy, crafty friends. I realized that I haven’t shared many watercolor projects lately so I thought I would break out my Karin Brushmarkers and color in THIS awesome background… To create this card, I started by stamping THIS background stamp using black pigment ink and then added clear heat embossing and heat set it. I added color to each corner of the pattern ring with THESE Karin Markers. I scribbled color on each side...

Lots of Luck Card

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card share features THIS layering stamp set… To create this card, I stamped the layers of THIS clover image using green inks. I die cut the images using THESE coordinating dies. I adhered them to a green cardstock A2 panel that was splattered with THIS. I added a gold heat embossed sentiment (from an older set called Luck and Hugs). I stamped a sub sentiment from that same stamp set...

Winter Mitten Gift Card Holder

Hey there, crafty friends. I’m not a fan of winter but I am a fan of THIS mitten die. I used it to create a gift card holder… To create this card, I die cut THIS mitten die from shades of peach cardstock. I cut the top of the mitten using white cardstock and added snowflakes cut from THIS die. I stamped a sentiment from THIS stamp set on the top part of the...

Never Too Cold for Ice Cream Cards

Howdy, crafty friends. Recently, I took THIS class from Online Card Classes and made a bunch of backgrounds. I put two of those backgrounds to use today. For the first card… I applied white ink to the smooth side of THIS embossing folder and embossed it on a piece of A2 navy cardstock. I spritzed it with THIS for some sparkle and shine and added a mat around it using THIS specialty paper. I...

Mix and Match Butterflies Card Kit

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit… I started by stamping the butterfly image from the kit’s stamp set. I colored it with Copic Markers and used the coordinating dies to cut it out. I added a few gems from the kit to the butterfly design to add some sparkle and shine. For the background I embossed the kit’s embossing folder on the bottom half of a navy A2 panel. I...

Splendor Release Blog Hop Day 2-St. Patrick’s Day Tag

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s project is part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS new release. I have a St. Patrick’s Tag to share featuring some of the new products… I started by creating the background. First, I applied green ink through THIS stencil on a tag cut with THIS die. I spritzed on some of THIS shimmer spray to add some sparkle ands shine. I added  a strip of green cardstock along the bottom...

Layering Stencils and Stamps

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new release. It also features layering stencils and stamps, which I’m loving lately… To create this card, I stenciled THESE layering stencils on a white panel. I die cut it using an older stitched die and adhered it to a pink note card. Next, I stamped the layers of THIS bunny image on white cardstock and adhered it on the stenciled background. I added a strip of...

Easter Treat Bags + Video

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s project Features THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp. ‘ VIDEO You can watch the video on how these treat bags came together HERE or click on the video below. To create the bag, I started with THIS gift bag die. I cut the bag portion and the handle die twice from pink cardstock. I laid one of the bag portions on THIS Grip Mat and used some low tac...

Valentine’s Day Shaker Tags

Hi, crafty friends. I thought I’d share the Valentine’s Day tags I created to attach to gifts for my son’s teachers… To create these tags, I die cut the tags from a few colors of cardstock. I cut two for each color, one for the front and one for the back. On the front tag, I applied a coordinating ink color through THIS stencil. I die cut THIS die from the tag. I adhered...