There are some really fun techniques for stamping out there, but by far, my favorite is masking. I love that you can have the look of depth and volume on the front of a card, but still have it lie flat for easy mailing. For my project today, I’ll be doing a simple masking technique using a floral stamp from Hampton Art’s Clear Layer Flower Amaze.
Have you ever wanted to decorate the inside of your card, but weren’t sure how? A recessed background is a great way to decorate both the inside and outside together. A few of your favorite dies is all you need to create the beautiful flowers in this recessed background.
Ever since I discovered Mod Podge Photo Transfer, I’ve been super interested in testing what I can transfer photos onto. The idea to try out air dry clay has been intriguing to me for a while. I was hoping I would get a nice, worn look from the transfer with slightly textured clay. These little clay bowls were just what I wanted. They’re perfect for rings next to the sink or little office supplies!
I kind of wonder if it was planned to have Mother’s Day during a month when there are plenty of flower options. Flowers symbolize birth and growth and so do moms! You don’t have to go to the flower market for the perfect Mother’s Day gift, though. Here are some great ways to make your own flowers for Mom!
It’s not too late to show mom how much you love her with this very special card. Tell her that May 14th or any day is her day with the fabulous In Bloom Collection by My Mind’s Eye. The layers of cardstock behind the patterned paper make this line of paper even more amazing.