I’m always looking for new ways to enhance a simple card design–something to add that “wow factor”! Whether it be with embossing, an embellishment or perhaps a different type of paper, you can take the most basic card layout and turn it into something amazing. For today’s card, that “wow factor” is the gorgeous Decorative Vellum […]
Did you know that the Hero Arts dies can cut through felt? I love playing with felt! When I saw the Nesting Monsters Fancy Dies, I knew they’d be adorable in felt! To create a monster, I used the largest monster die, and cut it twice in the same color of felt. I also cut […]
Hello! Tami here to share a card featuring the Enjoy the Journey stamp set. I hadn’t yet inked this set up, and let me tell you, it’s a fun one! It’s packed with a boatload of images and sentiments that make it super versatile. I mixed and matched several of them to create today’s card. […]
The Brushstroke Alphabet stamp set features beautiful lowercase and uppercase letters as well as numbers in a stunning brush stroke font. As I was looking at this set it reminded me of old handwritten letters; think XVIII and XIX century old. And not just letters, but letters written in a foreign language, where the writing is very beautiful, […]
Happy Friday! It’s May here with a fun card featuring various succulent images. I started by stamping the images from the Stamp Your Own Succulents stamp set with Butter Bar Ink on some yellow cardstock from Sunshine Mix Layering Paper. Then I stamped the Potted Succulent image with black ink on some white cardstock, colored it […]
My postbox is constantly bombarded by travel brochures, and that gave me my latest idea. Being that I also love postage stamps and have collected them for creating paper collages, I decided to make an Australian-themed card. I used Destination Australia and some real Australian postage stamps. Our Nesting Postage Stamps Infinity Dies were the […]
Before creating today's card, I looked up the definition of the word "magical". Although there are many different meanings, I think that my favorite definition for magical is "surprisingly wonderful". So, with that definition in mind, I decided to create an unexpectedly colorful, shaker card.
I always feel a little guilty when it comes to kids cards, because honestly, the little kids in my life (my nieces and nephews) are too young to really care about a card, but I mean, I’m a cardmaker! It’s pretty much a requirement that I give them a card for the appropriate occasions! When I […]
Hi, Happy Friday! What are your favorite stamping supplies? Do you have certain products that you use in your card designs as often as possible? Today, I'm sharing a card that I made with two of my favorite stamping products - Bold Prints background stamps and Ombre Ink pads.