Tag: feels good

  • Feel Goods Sunday–A Fun Flower Card

    Sometimes you just need a pretty card on your Sunday.  This is my contribution to that effort! I was playing with the idea of doing a triple time stamping card… you know, like this one: Where you stamp with an extra layer over your cardbase… I have the instructions for this technique written out on […]

  • Memorial Day Weekend Sale & a Feels Good Clean and Simple Rainbow Card

    So we decided today to go pick out a big kid bike for Nicholas, which seems like a great way to kick off a holiday weekend.  So, I grabbed my newspaper and was checking the ads when I realized that another tradition here in the US is lots of sales and specials on a holiday […]

  • Fun Fall Cards with the Rock n’ Roll Technique

    Sometimes you have to go back to those techniques have been been around forever… in this case, I created a card to share with my Stamp Club folks using the Rock n’ Roll technique. I combined a few of my favorite fall items – like the Autumn Wood Elements and the Fall Fest stamp and […]

  • Chalkboard + Polaroid = Unexpectedly Cute Card!

    Chalkboard + Polaroid = Unexpectedly Cute Card!

    My brain has been filled with getting things ready for my Demonstrator Stamp & Share event I’m planning for Saturday (I’m super excited though – 4 hours of stamping, demonstrations, displays, and door prizes! How can that NOT be a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon? )  But that means when it comes time […]

  • Fabulous Spring Cards with Feels Good stamp set

    The flowers are finally blooming around town here in the Pacific Northwest and the sun is coming out more often than not… so how about some fun ideas for ways to bring the colors and feeling of the gardens outside into your craft room?  Its like a mailable garden!  🙂 Both of these cards are […]

  • Feels Good Masculine Card with Sycamore Street

    Who is with me that it is easy to make a “girly” card but hard to come up with a “guy” card? I know I’m not the only one and so for a recent card class I decided to show how you could use some of the items from the Spring catalog and Sale-a-Bration flyer […]