Bright and bold Valentines can really make a statement. For today’s project, I’m using a fun stamp and die set from Sizzix called Love In Lights to create two different Valentines.
For those of us who make handmade cards, we know we can never have too many in the birthday category. I think these are the most fun to make because there is always some element of fun and whimsy involved. Today’s project is pretty clean and simple, but I’ll show you again how movement and color can make all the difference. I used a set from Sizzix called Birthday Wishes along with the balloons from Avery Elle’s Balloons stamp set.
Lately, I’ve been working with vellum a lot on my cards. The elegant translucence is so pretty and calming. After working with a lot of bright, rich colors for the holidays, I thought it would be nice to lighten it up a bit. We probably all have many thank you cards to send out, so today’s project is a thank you card set using some thick vellum and a stamp from Hero Arts.
Did you ever try cutting around a circle-shaped stamp yourself with just scissors? It’s not always so easy. For today’s project, I’m using an older stamp set from Basic Grey with some really nice circle-shaped stamps. To help me cut them out, I’ll be using a fun tool from We R Memory Keepers called the Circle Spin & Trim.
When creating projects, sometimes keeping it simple can really pack a punch with the right product. For these easy wine bottle tags, I took a simple design and brought it up a notch using holographic embossing powder and some brush-lettered stamps.
Creating clean and graphic cards can be really easy with just one or two stamps used to make a pattern. For today’s project, I’m using an oldie but goodie from Basic Grey and experimenting with metallic pencils to see the different looks I can get.
During this gift giving season, it’s always nice to receive a handmade gift. For today’s project I’ll show you how to make these adorable bookmarks. Perfect for someone who likes to craft—and read!