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.
I like to keep it simple when it comes to gift wrap and gift bags. I mainly have kraft colored and white options and dress them up with ribbon or other embellishments I have in my craft room. I recently discovered another great option for decorating packages. For today’s project, I created some pretty floral pieces using a die set from Sizzix/David Tutera called Lace Flower Framlits.
Hi Everyone! I’m back today with a project I made using a sketch as a jumpstart. I’ve spoken in a previous post about how I love to use sketches as a starting point, especially if I have a new stamp set that I want to try.
I have a lot of greenery-themed stamps in my collection. I love them because they are timeless and add the perfect accent to flowers or stand alone with an elegant sentiment.
I have been having a lot of fun experimenting with my Tonic Traditional Layering Heart dies lately. I just love their plump shape and how they fit together so nicely.
Valentine’s Day cards are all about various shades of pink and red. For my card today, I’ll show you a layering technique I used with these pretty colors over dry embossing using a DIY stencil.