Hello friends, so here’s a recap of all the cards you have been seeing on this space using Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers stamp set. Inspiration 1 Inspiration 2 Inspiration 3 Inspiration 4 Inspiration 5 Inspiration 6 Inspiration 7 Inspiration 8 Hope you give these ideas a try. These ideas can also be used… Read More Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers stamp set | Inspiration recap
Alright, today I have one more card to share using Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers stamp set (and please don’t tell the other cards, but today’s set is probably my most favorite set). I started by stamping several of the individual flowers on colored cardstock and fussy cutting these out. I did some in Simon… Read More Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers + Stamping on Colored Cardstock
Hi friends, I hope you do keep your patience with me as I continue to play with Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers stamp set. Today I gold heat embossed it on a pink-teal patterned paper for a pretty, girly look. As you can tell, I used a single patterned paper from ModaScrap and heat embossed the… Read More Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Flowers + Heat Embossing on Patterned Paper
Hi friends, today’s card was inspired by Simon Says Stamp last Wednesday’s Challenge. The theme was “Add Some Texture” and they were featuring Tim Holtz products, so I did the same with today’s card. I ended up submitting another card which I made together with this one. You can check it out here. For my… Read More Hello – Card full of texture
Hi friends, today’s card is inspired by Simon Says Stamp last Wednesday’s Challenge. The theme is “Add Some Texture” and they are featuring Tim Holtz products, so I focused on the same too. I did combine Tim Holtz products with a couple products from Spellbinders because the rules of the challenge are not restricting crafters… Read More Adding texture to card
Hello friends, I have a fun card to share with you that combines dies from Spellbinders with stamps from Hero Arts March card kit. To start this project, I lined up all the dies for the cupcake + candle on card front and stamped my sentiment. After getting dry embossed I would not get a… Read More Spellbinders and Hero Arts | Make a wish with a Cupcake
Hello peeps, I have a fun paper shapes layering card for you today. I love how this turned out – the colors, texture and dimension – I love it all! For this card, I really went all out with creating a shape cluster. To start, I picked the circle ‘love’ ephemera and the long ticket… Read More Layering Paper Shapes – LOVE
Hi friends, thank you for dropping by. Paper-Garden.ca contacted me a few weeks ago and sent me two stencils from echo park to work with and review. They have an amazing collection of paper, envelopes and more. And for limited time, they are also having Free Shipping on orders over $50. Definitely worth checking them out.… Read More Echo Park Stencils – review and card inspiration
Hello friends, I know I should have posted this on last Friday but for some reason I could not. Life! I am still going to post it backdated because I want you all to have all the chances to comment on (and all the inspiration too) for the giveaway (read till the end to find… Read More Creating a background with embossing plate and a Giveaway!
Hello friends! I am very excited to announce that we have a Winner!!! I will email you shortly, so that I can get your gift card out to you, @BunnyD!! Thanks so much for all the love you all shared here and on instagram. We explored 13 different ways to enhance card backgrounds – some… Read More Background check – recap and a Winner !!!
Hello everyone and welcome to idea #3 for background check series. If you are new here, nice to meet you! :-) This month we are exploring ways to enhance the background for our card focal point. You can check out the earlier posts in this series by clicking here. Today’s idea is a simple but… Read More Background check – Add beautiful texture to the background using embossing folders
Hi crafty friends! Today is the 16th, which means time for a brand new challenge over at tic-tac-toe challenge blog. Yes, there are goodies to be won. Here’s the grid we are playing with this time: I used the middle horizontal row – white on white, use dimension, vellum – to create two cards: I… Read More White-on-White + Dimension + Vellum – SSD Tic Tac Toe Challenge 22
Hello friends, I have a beautiful yet easy card for you today. I used the Simon Says Stamp November card kit for this. This kit is sold out, but I will link to the individual supplies I used below so you can recreate the same card. I took a black card base (one from the… Read More Muchas Gracias, Merci, Thank you – card using SSS November card kit
Hello friends, it is the 16th which means a brand new tic-tac-toe challenge on Stamping Smiles Designs blog. I picked the right most vertical row and made a card for a teacher that has texture and ink blending. I started by adding some light ink blending using mermaid lagoon and cracked pistachio distress inks on my card… Read More Stamping Smiles Design Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge #18