Clean & Simple Card with Lovely as a Tree
So yesterday I shared a Christmas card with Lovely as a Tree, so today I thought I’d share another idea with the same stamp set only NOT Christmas! It uses another fun techinique – Faux Torn Edges – that I love for my clean and simple cards. It is also great if you are doing […]
Build Your Own Stamped Palm Trees and New Weekly Deals
My family and I are off on an adventure this week as we take our kiddos to Legoland California! My son is a HUGE lego fan… seriously, he only just turned 5 and we have a ridiculous amount of legos already. So while we are exploring here in sunny California, I thought I’d share […]
Masking with Framelits–A Super Pretty Effect!
So, since folks were pretty positive about my masked Summer Starfruit card in my last blog post, I thought I would share another fun card using masking. I got this at convention last summer and thought it was just the prettiest! card created by Candee Smith I love how she used the fact that you […]
It’s a Scrappy Blog Hop For the New Year!
Last month I was totally honored to be asked to participate in today’s Scrapbook Steals Blog Hop. They were going to be featuring page design templates from Kiwi Lane Design Borders and, since I had never tried them out before, I thought it would be a blast to give it a go. Especially since I knew […]
Simple Is Beautiful Too
When looking at card samples online and at events like the Stampin’ Up! convention, its easy to be drawn in to the “WOW!” cards. You know, the ones that surely took someone multiple hours to make and look like they should be hung on a wall as art and you could never bear to throw […]
Sponging up a No Layer Card
Each week, the Late Night Stampers group has some kind of challenge. This week was particularly intriguing to me as the challenge was to create a single/no layer card. When I first read this, I thought, “won’t these cards be boring?” Well, boy was I wrong! Folks came up with all kinds of cool ways […]
Technique night – Masking and Reverse Masking
Last night was my August technique night with my meetup group and we focused on masking and reverse masking. For those of you not familiar with masking, this is the technique for using paper to cover (or mask) the area you don’t want to get inked. So, in this first card we did, you stamp […]