Creating this Blue Snowflake Glitter Window card with a black background reminded me of how pretty the world looks when it snows at night.
This Black, White, and Glitter Snowflake card may be untraditional holiday colors, but still packs a festive punch!
This White Silhouette Ornament Card uses a punch to make a quick and easy monochrome background that’s textured yet simple.
Today is a good day to make a Silver Christmas Holly Embossed Card. A little embossing can go a long way, and this easy card is proof.
This Embossed monochrome technique card is more simple to make than it may appear. Check out the easy steps and learn the technique!
A Black and White Zebra Birthday Card is quick and easy to make, plus it’s great to celebrate a friend’s birthday, no matter what age they are!
A Tri-Fold Snowflake Winter Card is just what you need to celebrate the cold season! With a fun fold and an in-lay die-cut design, it’s beautiful yet simple to make!
I’ll drink to that! This Whiskey Thank You Card with a Repeated Rocks Glass Background uses an easy technique that I’m sharing with you today, and I’m sure you’ll use on future projects. Give it a try!
When you see a shelf of liquors, it feels luxurious with so many choices! This Top Shelf Rainbow Decanters slimline card captures that feeling for your favorite whiskey fan!
Want your holiday card to stand out? Try a tall slimline card like this Watercolor Snowflake Slimline Card! Shiny snowflakes pop with a blue watercolored ombré background.
Are you a tea fan? Nothing’s Better Than Tea! So I made a tribute to my new favorite beverage with this Day Without Tea Card!
For this Layered Flower card, I used the Raised Feature technique. With this technique, it was easy to go from simple stamping to an advanced card!