Ready for another interactive card? Here is a cute spinner card made with some basic supplies that you probably already have (and if you don’t have them, you should :)).
I’ve had some fun playing with The Stamp Market’s Hip Hip Hooray stamps and dies. At first glance it’s a basic set but there is so much you can do with it. I have a couple more cards that I will post individually. This first one is a simple shaker card that I think is very classy and can be gender neutral depending on the shaker bits.
Do you like free stuff? I do! Especially when it’s something related to crafting. Scrapbook.com has been adding digital cut files to their website and they have a couple of free files (no purchase necessary) so you can try them out. Links to the free files are at the end of the post. This file is called Floral Sampler. Just type “digital” into the search box and you can see all the digital bundles that are available
I am totally addicted to Lawn Fawn’s Flippin’ Awesome Dies. I had to make a considerable effort a couple of days ago to stop making waterfall cards and do something else. Years ago, I made several of these cards without the dies. You can find many videos on YouTube showing you how to make them. They are not that hard to make but this die set is a game changer for me. I used the Critter Concert stamp set for the first card and then decided to use pattern paper (of which I have tons) to make the process go even faster.
Hello! After a major creative crisis and a few vinyl projects for friends, I am back with two mermaid scale cards using glitter adhesive vinyl. Previously, I had only used vinyl to decorate glasses or metal mugs but one day I thought that vinyl would be a great material to use on cards when watercoloring. The adhesive on the vinyl is super strong and it can be cut with a Silhouette Cameo or other die cutting machine (it cuts like butter so well!) or you could also cut it with dies and even punches.
Hello! Today’s card uses a die set that was released with Valentine’s Day in mind, paired with a balloon stamp and die set to make a tall birthday card that fits into a standard #10 business envelope. All stamps and dies are from Concord & 9th.
I have been on a bit of a roll with Pretty Pink Posh products lately. I originally made some Valentine’s Day treat bags with the Floral Hearts stamps and dies. I didn’t get the pictures up before Valentine’s so I didn’t create a post for them. I’m sharing a picture below. My mom’s birthday is coming up and Mother’s Day will be here in a hurry so this idea of the three hearts had been floating around in my head.
Have you ever used colored pencils and gamsol? Using them really is an easy way to color in images and get a nice smooth result. Today I used Prismacolor pencils (you could use any brand of quality pencils) and gamsol to color the images from Pretty Pink Posh’s Crocus Flowers stamp set. I used the Crocus Flowers dies to cut out all the images for these two very similar cards. I diecut the sentiments with the Happy Birthday Script die, also from Pretty Pink Posh.
Last month I fell in love with Pretty Pink Posh’s January 2019 Release. I had to have it, so I bought the entire release (*happy dance*). For today’s card and video I used the Pinata Party stamps and coordinating dies.
Today I am sharing two cards for Valentine’s Day. One is very simple to make and the other one is a little stepped up. Both are gorgeous with the help of some gold embossed paper.