For some reason, with all the card making I do, I can never seem to have enough baby cards on hand. Or I have some for just a girl or just a boy. Today’s project, will help bulk up your baby card collection with an easy design and a few quick swipes of the die cutting machine.
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.
Stamping backgrounds can sometimes be difficult especially when trying to keep your images even and lined up straight. For today’s project, I got some help lining up a rainbow background using the We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Advanced Pattern Block.
Fun times with no more work calls for a celebration! For today’s project I have a card that I think would be great for someone who is heading to retirement–It would also work well for any type of happy occasion though. I’m using some fun drink shaped dies from Cutter Bee called Drinks.
Cards with a little bit of an interactive element are always fun to receive. For today’s project, I’m using an action wobble to add some fun movement to a bright and cheerful birthday card.
Sometimes you just want to say “hi” and tell someone they make you happy. Today’s card is bright and cheerful with a hint of summer thrown in. All with the help of Fiskars’ Life is Sweet stamp set and some Summer Splash paper from Carta Bella.
Teeny miniature hanging plants. Is there anything better than that? This die from Sizzix called Hanging Planter is so cute, I couldn’t wait to turn it into a card.