Bold sentiments stamped in black ink can really pack a punch when you add simple pops of color as an accent. I do this with cards a lot so I wanted to also make some tags using the same technique.
I love the look of ink blending to color in stamped images, but sometimes using a blending sponge can be too messy and difficult. That’s where the cute little Ranger Detail Blending Tools come in. They help get into those small spaces and keep the color where you want it.
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!
Happy rainbows and whimsical unicorns are perfect for a little girl’s birthday card. For today’s project, I used a the Mama Elephant Over the Rainbow set that is chock full of whimsical icons perfect for the birthday girl!
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.
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Kitty ear and unicorn horn headbands are all the rage, but I present to you a new set of animal ears for your accessorizing: Panda bear ears!
Birthday cards—you can never have too many on hand especially for those last minute kid parties. My project today is super clean and simple and easy to put together.