An Evening Evergreen Holiday Card using the perfectly plaid tree punch was easy to put together and highlights this new dark green In-Color. I think it’s going to be my christmas favorite this year!
This Repeated Spoon Background Card is what’s cookin! The spoon image is stamped repeatedly in the background for a cohesive project that is great for any foodie!
Interactive cards are fun for everyone, —and I love baking — so I made this What’s Cookin’ Spinner Card to share! I also describe the steps to create your own!
A Garden Birdhouses Fun Fold Welcome Card is a great way to welcome someone new to your neighborhood. A fun color palate pairs with an easy fold. Read the steps here!
This Soft succulent wild cats card mixes texture and designer series paper to wish a beast of a thank you. Make one or a stack with the steps here!
Creating a matching envelope is an easy way to fancify a beautiful card. I show the steps here how to make a Split Card and a matching envelope using only a 6” x 6” piece of Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper.
The Love You Always Foil is perfect to create a Pet Sympathy Card. Today is Part 9 of my “Create With DSP” series with the easy steps to make this project.
The Golden Garden Specialty Acetate is fun to create with, and I’ll show you 4 ways to do it! Today is Part 8 of my “Create With DSP” series and we’ll be focusing on ways to showcase acetate on your projects.
Create a Monochromatic Accordion Card with the Dragonflies Dandy Garden Paper! Today is Part 7 of my “Create With DSP” series and we’ll be focusing on using the coordinating colors to create a stack of cards.
Create a Gate Fold Card with the Snail Mail DSP! Today is Part Six of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing ways to craft with this paper and create a stack.
Today is Part Five of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the True Love papers! Find lots of ways to create with this DSP, create a card using the Spotlight Technique and create a card stack!
Today is Part Four of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Ice Cream Corner paper for a stack of cards! And it can be combined with the April Paper Pumpkin kit to make a Side Flap Card.