I love decorating my own blank notecards and envelopes. You never know when you need just a quick little note to drop in the mail, so I like to have a lot on hand.
Layering stamps are so much fun to work with, especially with different techniques. For today’s project, I’m using my favorite heat embossing technique with the Color Layering Birthday Cake stamp set from Hero Arts. Keeping the project clean and simple highlights these cute stamps even more!
I love big, bold stamped flowers, but what do you do when the flowers are supposed to be white? How do you add some texture or interest so it doesn’t just lay flat on the card? Adding detail with a Versamark pen can make all the difference.
When you are sick, there’s nothing better than having someone take all the worries off your plate for a while. I love the sentiment on my project today, because it’s telling a friend you’ll take care of things. Plus, there’s a pun involved which can always bring a smile.
I love fun and light-hearted stamp sets. For my project today, I discovered this cute sentiment stamp from Riley & Company called PMS—Purchase More Shoes, that is! Perfect for your best friend who loves her footwear!
Textural elements on cards are a great way to bring a clean and simple card to the next level. For today’s project, I’m using a stamp and die set from Spellbinders called Wine Corks to create a masculine card perfect for a birthday or any happy event.
Background dies are perfect for full sized cards as added texture and an additional layer. But why not add them to gift tags for the same effect? For today’s card, I’m using the versatile Hero Arts Fancy Flower Garden background die to create some easy and elegant birthday gift tags.