This Full Moon Cat Card is for those of us whose tails start twitching for halloween as soon as the temperatures start dropping. It’ll be a cute halloween surprise in the mail.
It’s easy to make a Flannel Shirt Gift Card Holder! It only uses ONE stamp and ONE die-cut, plus it’s perfect for the holidays, a birthday, or just a warm way to say thank you.
What’s more festive than some Fall watercolor plaid cards? Make a few with me. Watercoloring is an easy way to spruce up your projects without a lot of time — or any fancy techniques!
It’s easy to DIY Halloween fall decor Blocks! And you can be super creative making them with a few wooden stamp blocks and scraps.
This Halloween Candy Jar Card has a shiny window layer and is fun and spooky — All treats and no tricks! All the details can be found here including the Peek-Out Stamp Window Technique.
To make this Halloween card a little more spooky, I used the Inked Window Shaker Technique! Using a regal ink, I added a little haze to the inside window, and I’ll show you how to below in the video!
To celebrate fall, I created a Falling Leaves Card using the Watercolor Smooching Technique, and want to show you how! Get your inks out, and watch this crafty video!
To double the use of your stamps, I look at non-holiday stamps and find fun ways to create spooky projects. This sassy Halloween Cocktail Window Card is for the Mammas and parents who need of a break.
It’s September, and that means Halloween cards! I created this Death Before Decaf Zombie Card for a coffee-loving friend using an Ink Blended Galaxy background. I’ll show you how in this tutorial!
I’m grateful for so many things. This time of year, I like to send the great people of my life Thanksgiving and Fall Cards. Check out how these colorful cards were made using Alcohol Inks!
Make your own Alcohol Ink! DIY from old markers using this #ThursdayTutorial. So easy and quick, and looks great on your projects.
Creating gourd-geous Autumn home decor can be quick, easy, and cheap! With this tutorial and an old sweater, you’ll be making a stuffed pumpkin patch in no time!