Oct 20, 2017

Imperfect Puffins

Today I have a card to share that I really do like, even though it is not perfect.  I made a "little" mistake at the very end of my card making.

I stamped the puffins onto watercolor paper and onto a piece of masking paper.  I also cut a curved mask to create the rock the puffins are sitting on.  I sponged on Distress Oxide Inks in Iced Spruce (for the rock) and Broken China and Faded Jeans (for the sky) using an ink blending tool.  After removing the masks I used Zigs to color the puffin beaks and feet.  Then I decided to spray my piece with Tsukineko Shimmer Mist to get some sparkle.  Jennifer McGuire does this ALL the time - and we all know how amazing her cards are.  It does sparkle a lot - you can see it a little below.

And this is when my mistake happened.  I REALLY don't like glittery messes.  I thought I'd just take my card outside and spray it so I wouldn't have a shimmery mess all over my craft room.  A word of advice - don't do this when it's windy out!  You will chase your cards around your neighborhood - and your nice little droplets that you wanted to look like stars will now be smeared little things.  I had already spent so much time making these cards (I made two, for both my kids who had recently seen puffins on trips to Iceland) so I just decided to call them shooting stars.  Other than my "mistake" I really did like the way this turned out.  And really, who will ever know that I didn't intend it to look this way.

Supplies used include Avery Elle Love Puffins Stamp Set.

Oct 17, 2017

Four Cards from One, Jennifer McGuire Style

A few weeks ago Jennifer McGuire did a video (here is a link) where she showed making 4 cards from one.  She makes EVERYTHING look SO EASY in her videos that you just want to try her techniques.  I don't have many layering floral stamps but I thought I'd try it with what I have.  So, here's my four cards.

I think they came out ok.  I do think I should have planned a little better where I was stamping which flowers - I have more concentrated at the bottom of the hearts than at the top.  And I think it would be better to have a more symmetrical stamp at the bottom of the hearts too.  This would be fun to try with different shapes (like maybe an oval) instead of a heart.  I did use my Misti to stamp the sentiment in exactly the same spot on each card - and to make sure I didn't mess them up after all that stamping.  I think I like the top one the best.  And those sequins on the second one - they cover up a couple of small green ink smears, but no one will ever know that.

Thanks for visiting.

Oct 14, 2017

A Folk Floral Heart Wedding Card

Today I have a wedding card made using a borrowed stamp, I believe it was from Do-Crafts.  I know I've made a wedding card before using this same stamp, but it's just such so beautiful.  And it's perfect for clean and simple cards.  You can get different looks by embossing in white or gold or silver and onto vellum or onto white cardstock.

Today the heart was stamped and white embossed onto vellum and colored on the back with Zigs. I layered this on a piece of white cardstock.  To adhere the vellum without the adhesive showing I wrapped another piece of vellum around adding adhesive to the backside.  I matted this in navy and added a navy congrats diecut sentiment. I tried incorporate the wedding party colors of dark green and navy and the colors of fall flowers.  This is one of those little details that I'm sure the bride and groom didn't notice but were important to me.

Thanks so much for visiting today.

Oct 11, 2017

Happy Purrthday!

Today I have a card that was made for my daughter's boyfriend who has two cats, Moe and Maggie.  Hopefully these little kitties "resemble" them.

The images were all stamped, colored with Zigs, and cut out.  They were grounded with a piece of black ribbon and layered off-center onto dark grey checkered paper from Papertrey Ink.  I do think that little can of cat food with a candle is so cute.

Supplies used include Lawn Fawn Meow You Doin'? stamp set.

Thanks for visiting today.

Oct 8, 2017

Mr. & Mrs. Manatee

Today's card was made especially for my son and his wife, for their first anniversary.  It will hopefully have special meaning to them.

I simply stamped and colored the manatees and layered over some wavy patterned paper.  And here's a close up of the manatee couple.  You can see the shimmer just a little even though I used lots of Wink of Stella.

Supplies used include Hero Arts Stamp and Cut Manatee.

Thanks for visiting.

Oct 7, 2017

Impression Obsession, Deb's Field

Today I have a fairly simple card I made for a couple of friends who are celebrating their first anniversary.

I heat embossed the sentiment and image in gold and did some very simple and quick coloring with my Zig Real Color Brush Markers.  I diecut with a double stitched rectangle and layered onto some patterned paper that looked like greyed barnwood.  Lately I seem to be using a lot of papers that look like wood or waves.  My stash is getting a little low (only those papers, otherwise my paper stash is still HUGE).  I'm not sure why, but I love buying patterned papers.  The colors are always so pretty.  I do use them a lot. But even when I don't actually use the papers I may use them for color inspiration.  To finish my card I added a few gold threads, matted in green and that is about it.

Thanks for visiting.

Oct 6, 2017

A Mer-mazing Birthday Card

I needed a special card for a young girl and wanted to incorporate a mermaid.  With mermaids being so popular I didn't know how it was possible that I didn't have even one mermaid related stamp or die.  But it's true.  And since I probably wouldn't need to use them again I thought I'd try to find a piece of patterned paper with a mermaid.  This is a much cheaper option - $1 for a sheet of paper versus about $15 for a stamp set.  Here's the card I came up with.

My picture looks washed out, but in reality the card was very bright colors.  I don't know why sometimes my pictures come out great and sometimes not so great.

I personalized the card using stitched letters on a stitched fish tail banner.  I added some tiny pink diecut fish, clear jewels for their eyes and some tiny drops of  Nuvo Jewel Sea Breeze drops.

I know Zara really liked the card because I received a picture of her with a big smile while holding it.  This is one of the biggest reasons I love card making - I can make very personalized cards.

Thanks for visiting today.

Oct 4, 2017

Distress Ink Lifting

Today I have two cards that were started a very long time ago but just recently finished off.  They use a technique that Jennifer McGuire featured in a video back in February 2016 that she called "Distress Ink Lifting".

I made the flower panels right after watching the video but just never got around to creating cards with them.  Basically you stamp and emboss an outline image, then cover the entire piece with lots and lots of distress ink, and drop in water which lightens up the ink.  I think the trick is to really saturate the paper with the ink.  I then added wink of stella to the flowers for shimmer.  Both cards use the same stamp, the same technique, and a thanks sentiment but they each have a different look.  I do think I like the yellow flowers a little better.

The thanks dies are from Simon Says Stamp Script Thanks and Impression Obsession Line Thanks So Much.

Thanks so much for visiting.

Oct 2, 2017

Happy Birthday, To Me!

Today I don't have any new cards of mine to share.  But, I do have two really cute cards that I received for my birthday.  These were made by a couple of very good friends, who also happen to be excellent card makers.

This first card, a window card, is from Jan.  She did an great job of no line watercoloring and used some beautiful washi tape.

This second card, from my friend Dee includes party vellum (she knows I always love vellum) and a super cute hanging pinata with falling candy.

Thank you both for the cards - and the flowers and balloon and s'more cupcakes too!!

Sep 30, 2017

So, They Say It's Your Birthday

I have a card to share today made for my daughter's birthday.  I love her so much and can't believe I am lucky enough to have her as my daughter.  She's a fan of pink flamingos so this seemed like a perfect card for her.

This card involved only diecutting and no stamping.  I used two different patterned papers.  These flamingo with the party hats, just perfect!

Supplies used include:  Paper Trey Ink Cornered Die, Fabulous Ten & Twelve paper by Authentique

Happy Birthday to my sweet daughter!

Sep 29, 2017

Gilding Flakes, One More Time

A while ago I made several cards using gilding flakes.  Today I have one more card to share, and this one might be my new favorite.

I cut the Simon Says Stamp Kindness Matters die from a piece of cardstock covered in gilding flakes and a piece of bright blue cardstock, and then inlaid the letters.  My friend Jan covered a piece of cardstock with a stick-it adhesive sheet and then applied the gilding flakes.  It was a nice surprise to get two sheets of this gilded cardstock in the mail. Thank you Jan!  They're so pretty.  I really like the way they added that "something special" to this card. It is so hard to capture in a photo how pretty they are, but you can see the shine a little better in this next photo.

I "hung" the gilded piece with some silver twine, added one matching enamel dot, and used foam squares to mount this on a piece of wood-grain paper.  I think the stitched edging on the mat really adds a lot of detail yet keeps the card clean and simple.  This was a perfect card to send to someone who was recently very, very kind to me.

Thanks so much for visiting.

Sep 28, 2017

Another Older Card

Today I have another card to share that was made quite a while ago, but just never got blogged.

The wreath and bow were from  a borrowed Newton's Nook stamp set - thanks Dee!  They were stamped and colored with Zigs and layered on a piece of brightly colored patterned paper.  I love this paper (Kaiser Craft Fly Free) and wish I had bought more than one piece.  This happens to me so often - I'll buy a piece of paper because it's "pretty", then not use it for a long time.  When I do use it I decide I REALLY like it, think of so many different ways I would use it, but then it's too old to try to buy more of.  So, then I hoard it.  I hate to use that last little piece. Yes, it happens all the time to me. I know I'm not alone here.  The thanks die is from a Reverse Confetti Thanks Tag Die set.  I really love the colors of this card.

Thanks so much for visiting.

Sep 27, 2017

Penny Black Hedgy Gift

Well, I'm finally back after an unexpected break.  The past month I've dealt with a hospitalization and surgery, and then hurricane Irma.  Not the most fun month, and not a lot of crafting.  But I do have some cards to share that were made awhile ago, but never blogged.  Today's card is simple, just stamped and colored.

I really wanted the stamped image to take center stage, so after coloring with Zigs I diecut with a cross stitch rectangle die and added a light grey mat.  I do love the way this card came out, clean and simple.  And I thought it was perfect to send to a friend who is an amazing teacher, and also put us up when we made the last minute decision to evacuate before the hurricane.

Supplies used include the Penny Black stamp Hedgy Gift.

Thanks for visiting.

Aug 28, 2017

Stamping Bella Birthday Girl

The card I have today I actually made quite awhile ago, but didn't want to post until it got sent off to the birthday girl.

This image is so beautiful to color.  I stamped it on watercolor paper so I could use my Zigs for coloring.  I really wanted it to be the whole card, no distractions from adding a sentiment.  So I simply cut it with a stitched rectangle die and added it to a scalloped edge card (Avery Elle Ellements Sweet Scallop die).  This die is the full size of a card (4.25 x 5.5 inches) so I have found it is easiest to use by adding it to the front of a card that has been cut down by one-eighth inch on both the top and the bottom.  That way all you see from the front is the scalloped edges and not the card itself.  I did add Wink of Stella to the balloons.  You can see the shimmer better in this close up pic.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Aug 20, 2017

Purple Onion Pot-a-Flower

Today I have two very bright and cheery cards using a stamp set by Purple Onion called Pot-a-Flower.

For both cards I stamped the flowers, colored with Zigs and fussy cut the images, then layered them on some older Basic Grey patterned paper (Lauderdale Grass Stain).

For my first card I used both sides of the paper inlaying one into the other.  It's hard to see but the inner rectangle was cut using a Zig Zag Stitched Rectangle by My Favorite Things.  I thought that those little triangle cuts mirrored the triangles in the patterned paper.  Unfortunately they are so hard to see I'm the only one who will know they're there.  It's a little detail, but for me the little details matter.

For the second card I used a Simon Says Stamp Thanks Scallop Border Die and layered over a piece of light blue paper so that tiny bits of blue peaked out of the dots.  I had cut the blue piece at 4 by 5.25 inches so that there would be a light blue mat all around.  Unfortunately I glued my pieces down crooked and tried to trim it even  - a little on each side.  What happened was I made it more and more crooked so I just trimmed all the blue off and added a light grey mat.

I also added wink of stella to the flowers on both cards.  I think these flower images would be pretty to color in oranges and browns and layer over some fall print paper.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Aug 16, 2017

New Home Congrats

Today I have another simple card - a new home congrats card.

I love using this older Simon Says Stamp Congratulations Circle die (I don't think it's still available)  because there are so many ways to vary it.  The die comes with two parts, one is the house, the other is a circle with the words  "congratulations).  In the past I've used both parts together, but today I used only the house.

Because I inlaid the house and the sentiment this card is flat and would be easy to mail.

Whenever possible I will try to personalize my cards, for example make the house and door the color of the persons "new house".  In this case I didn't know the colors so went with a neutral grey with a pop of red.  The background is the reverse side of paper by BoBunny (Garden Party) which is very neutral but looks like it has dimension.  The sentiment dies are Impression Obsession Congrats Words. 

You can also use just the congratulations circle for many other kinds of cards - someone getting a new job, new baby, new pet, or even graduation.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Aug 14, 2017

A Super Simple Congrats Card

The card I have to share today is super simple.  In fact, it's so simple I almost didn't post it.  But I thought not all cards need to be fancy or complex.  I needed a masculine card for my nephew who is going back to grad school after being out of school for a number of years.  And this scrap of patterned paper seemed perfect.


 I added two die cut "congrats" on a strip of yellow vellum (so the sentiment wouldn't get lost on the paper) and a couple enamel dots.  That's it - I did say it was super simple! 

Aug 12, 2017

Gilding Flakes, Take Two

I have one more card to share using gilding flakes.  Of the three cards I made this one is my favorite, by far!  I just love the way it came out.  It's simple and elegant.  Yet it has so much shine.  It's masculine, but it could be used for anyone.  And it would be perfect as a Christmas thank you.  It's really HOT out, so it's hard to think about Christmas.  But we all know it will be here before we know it.  Enough thinking about Christmas, here's my card.

I started by covering a piece of cardstock with evenly spaced diagonal stripes using scor-tape.  This was easy to do using the grid lines of my work mat as a guide.  It really didn't take long at all.  This was then covered with gilding flakes.  I found the flakes stuck to the tape so well and after burnishing with a piece of a swiffer cloth it was super shiny.  That step is so important.  Until you burnish the gilding it looks ok.  But after the burnishing it looks amazing!  You can see all that shine better in this photo.

This background was SO beautiful I didn't want to cover it up.  I added a thanks diecut (Papertrey Ink) on top and several layers of mats (Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles and Avery Elle Sweet Scallops Die).  I think the gold and very dark green (Simon Says Stamp Midnight Green) look beautiful with the gilded background, but you could easily use red and silver or even a dark blue or purple.

The Cosmic Shimmer Persian Dawn Gilding Flakes are so versatile and fun.  Because they are so multi colored they pair well with just about anything. And I can't believe I am saying this, but the mess is definitely worth it for all that amazing shine.

Thanks so much for visiting!

Aug 11, 2017

Gilding Flakes, A Beautiful Mess!

Gilding flakes have been around for awhile but seem to have become very popular again.  I have never tried them before - until now.  A couple of card making friends and I get together about once a month to make cards and try out each others new supplies.  Last weekend we tried gilding flakes.  The end result was really nice, but they do make a MESS!  They go EVERYWHERE.  We tried the tips and tricks that Jennifer McGuire suggested in her recent video to help contain the mess.  These are very important and did help.  But they are still messy.  They seem lighter than air and just floated around everywhere.  I did enjoy trying them out - but only because it wasn't at my house.  I do like the shiny result which is unlike embossing or metallic paper and you can stamp with them, use them with double sided adhesive tape, or many other things.  Just be ready to see little bits of shiny metallic flakes all over.  Thanks so much Jan for buying them - the Cosmic Shimmer Persian Dawn color choice was perfect.  It is a combination of golds, silvers, reds a bit of greens, just beautiful.  But more importantly thank you for letting us play with these at YOUR house!

So, do you want to see some cards?

For my first card we stamped a solid tree with versamark, added Ranger Sticky Embossing Powder, heat set and then added the gilding flakes.

I diecut a window )My Favorite Things Peek a Boo Window die) from some Simon Says Stamp Kona Coffee cardstock - this is a really nice dark brown cardstock with bits of texture - it almost looks like handmade paper.  I also diecut the window from the front of my card so I could layer them together.  And I added a tiny thanks (Impression Obsession Thanks So Much on a Line die) from a strip of cardstock that was also gilded.

The card opens to show the paper on which the tree was stamped.

For my second card I did something very different. I had stamped several solid oak leaves and acorns with versamark, but forgot to use my powder bag.  I ended up with small bits of the gilding stuck all over.  I still wanted to use the piece, so I scraped off the extra bits and then covered it with vellum (using stick it double sided sheets).  It gave this really cool effect where you can see all the different colors from the gilding flakes but not the shine.

I used a very shiny metallic orange-copper cardstock for the hello and a double stitched rectangle.  You can see the shine better in this photo.


I added some metallic copper thread (Coats), another layer of vellum (Bazzill), and a piece of patterned paper (Simple Stores Hello Fall).

I really liked the way this card came out.

I made one more card.  Thanks for visiting today and come back tomorrow to see my last and favorite gilding flakes card.

Aug 9, 2017

One More Sunflower

I have one more sunflower card to share today.  Are you tired of seeing sunflower cards yet?

I really love to see how many different ways I can use the same stamp.  Because this stamp is fairly large it's a little more challenging to come up with different ways to use it.

A couple weeks ago I shared a card where the sunflower was stamped on different solid color papers and then paper pieced.  Also a card where the sunflower was colored with Zigs and layered over a bold patterned paper.

Today I stamped the sunflower in black on light kraft colored cardstock.
I added a thin black mat and a strip of vellum.  I usually like to use Bazzill vellum because it is a heavier quality vellum and is very white.  That is usually a good thing. But in this case when I put it next to the kraft cardstock it looked too harsh, so I used cheap vellum from Michaels - yes a bit more "yellowed" looking but worked well here.  I also added several coats of Wink of Stella to the sunflower.  So shimmery - but hard to photograph.  You can see a little better in this close up picture.

I used a really pretty Cornflower Simon Says Stamp cardstock for both a stitched rectangle and the card itself.

I do love the way this card came out, but hopefully it is the last sunflower card for awhile.  Thanks for visiting!

Jul 28, 2017

Good Luck, Alphabet Blocks

Today I'm sharing a good luck card made for someone moving on to new career opportunities.

This card is pretty straight forward, just lining up the letter blocks, but making it did take longer than I wanted it to.  My first attempt I did not include the exclamation point and it just was too symmetrical and balanced since each line had four letters in it.  I kept looking at it and wasn't happy.  It wasn't until after I added the exclamation point (making one banner of letters longer than the others) that I felt the card "worked".  I felt it needed to be off balance..

Supplies used include:
Dies - Simon Says Stamp Alphabet Blocks and Stitched Rectangles, My Favorite Things Stitched Fish Tale Flags
Paper - My Minds Eye Xmas on Market Street (reverse side)
Other - Recollections Enamel Dots

Thanks for visiting today!

Jul 26, 2017

Quilt Block Retirement

Today's card was made for someone who loves to quilt and is soon retiring.

This card was super easy to make because all the pieces for the quilt block were leftovers.  I had months ago made a set of cards for a friend all with quilt blocks on them.  I had saved my left over die cut pieces and this was the perfect opportunity to use them up.  All the pieces were inlaid into the frame and layered with matching colors, and the sentiment stamped.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Papertrey Ink Keep It Simple Retirement
Dies - W Plus 9 Quilt Cuts 2, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles

Thanks for visiting today.

Jul 23, 2017

Papertrey Ink Sunflower, Take 2

Today's card uses the same stamp that I used yesterday but for a different look.

Today I heat embossed the sunflower, then colored with Zig markers, and layered over a bold sunflower patterned paper.  I really like the way both cards I made using this stamp came out.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Papertrey Ink Botanical Blocks
Dies - My Favorite Things Double Stitched Rectangles, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
Other - DMC Silver Thread, Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder
Paper - Graphic 45 Happy Haunting Enchanted Garden

Thanks so much for visiting!

Jul 22, 2017

Papertrey Ink Sunflower, Take 1

Today I'm sharing a card made using a beautiful Papertrey Ink stamp, again borrowed from my friend Jan.

I stamped the sunflower on four different colored paper, then fussy cut and paper pieced them together.  Since this image was so beautiful I wanted it to take center stage, so simply mounted it on a very neutral background.  A couple of enamel dots finish it off.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Papertrey Ink Botanical Blocks
Dies - Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Paper - Neenah Desert Storm
Other - Simple Stories enamel dots, fun foam

Tomorrow I hope to share another card made using this same stamp.
Thanks so much for visiting!

Jul 15, 2017

Fingerprint Doodle Flamingos

Today I'm sharing a card made with the Simon Says Stamp Fingerprint Doodles stamp set.  Thanks Jan for letting me "play" with some of your stamps and dies.

This stamp set comes with so many different animals, so I'm sure I'll have more fingerprint cards in the future. It really is fun!  I chose to stamp repeatedly the flamingo, then make fingerprints using my own finger and 5 different pink inks.  This was layered over some cool striped paper, a couple of thin mats and this card was done.  Super easy.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Simon Says Stamp Fingerprint Doodles
Dies - Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Paper - Recollections Tropical Life 6x6 pad

Thanks for visiting today!

Jul 12, 2017

Stained Glass Butterfly

Rarely do I make a card that I would like to keep for myself.  But, today's card is one of those.  I just love the way it came out.  It has no stamping, only diecutting and coloring - lots and lots of coloring.

I first cut the die (borrowed from a friend) from black cardstock, then used the same die to impress the design onto watercolor paper.  I used that impression to guide me in my coloring.  It was a bit tricky to make sure my colors didn't overlap into other areas.  After finishing coloring I glued the black diecut on top, then layered onto a yellow mat and red card.  I do love the intensity of the colors.  Thanks so much Jan for letting me use your die.

Supplies used include:
Dies - Creative Expressions Butterfly Stained Glass, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, Avery Elle Sweet Scallops
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

Thanks for visiting today!

Jul 4, 2017

Happy 4th of July

Here's my final 4th of July card.

Again, this card wasn't my original design. I was looking on pinterest and there were many cards with a jar with stars instead of flowers.  This was a combination of what I saw.  I wanted a card with lots of sparkle (way more sparkly in real life, hard to photograph) - I used 3 different foil cardstock for the stars, silver glittery cardstock for the stems and Silver embossing for the vellum jar.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Reverse Confetti Whole Lotta Happy, borrowed Jar stamp (not sure manufacturer, but thanks Dee)
Dies - My Favorite Things Double Stitched Rectangles, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Paper - PaperTrey Ink

Hope you have a great holiday!

Jul 2, 2017

4th of July, Card 2

Here's my second card for the 4th of July holiday.  The card was colored to hopefully look like the young man it was being sent to.  I hope he liked the card.

And here's the card inside.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Paper Smooches Great Chemistry, Impression Obsession Fireworks Cling Background
Dies - My Favorite Things Double Stitched Rectangles, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

Thanks for visiting!

Jun 30, 2017

4th of July Card 1

Over the next few days I have several 4th of July cards to share.  Here's the first.

This card was a CASE of a card made my Nancy Krueger that was on Lawn Fawn' blog.  Here's a link to that card.  I was having a hard time creating a 4th of July card for a young girl and Nancy's card was perfect. Check out her blog Happy Heart Handmade for some amazing cards. My card was made using the supplies I had on hand.  The sentiment was computer generated.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Avery Elle Storybook, Impression Obsession Fireworks Cling Background
Dies - Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Speech Bubbles, Lawn Fawn Grassy Borders, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers, Distress Ink
Other - Wow Metallic Silver Sparkle Embossing Glitter

Jun 26, 2017

A Sinking Feeling ...

Today's card was made for my brother's birthday (it was a REALLY big birthday). He is notorious for sending cards with sailboats on them, to everyone, for every occasion.  So, I just HAD to make him a sailboat card.

And here is the card inside

After die cutting a whole bunch of tiny sailboats I used the We R Memory Keepers Fuse Tool to enclose them in plastic and create a flat and easy to mail shaker card. I've always loved shaker cards, but since I mail most of my cards I haven't made all that many.  This tool sure changes that. They don't "shake" as much as traditional shaker cards.  But that is a well-worth tradeoff for making mail friendly cards.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - My Favorite Things Stamps Things With Wings
Dies - Impression Obsession Tiny Sailboats, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles and Circles
Paper - BoBunny Make a Splash Sandcastle
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
The Sentiment was computer generated so I could make it exactly what I wanted.

Thanks so much for visiting today!

Jun 24, 2017

Super Succulents, Part Two

Today I have a two more cards using Papertrey Inks Super Succulents patterned paper pack.  Both cards use a dollar wood stamp from Michael's.

And I made a little tag to tie onto the pack of cards.

Supplies used include:
Stamps - Winnie and Walter Kindness (for the tag)
Dies - Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles and Circles, Reverse Confetti Topped Off Tag
Coloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
Other - Yellow Stickles

Thanks for visiting!