Stamp sets with animals on them are very versatile. They’re great for all kinds of card themes such as birthdays, encouragement and friendship. I also like to add them to baby-themed cards since you need all the cuteness you can get with these. For today’s project, I borrowed a few animals from Avery Elle’s Peek A Boo pals set to create a little welcome home card for a new baby.
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!
For today’s project, I’m keeping it clean and simple again with a quick and easy Christmas card using this adorable set from Sizzix called Candy Cane Wishes.
The holiday season wouldn’t be the same without some fresh winter greenery. Holly, pine, red berries—all look gorgeous and festive decorating the doors and store fronts around town. For today’s project, I’m using paper “greens’ to frame a simple sentiment for a cheerful Christmas greeting card.