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!
Today is Part Three of my “Create With DSP” Series and we’ll be focusing on the Well Suited papers! Choose the papers you want to use, create a triple column card, and then create a stack.
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.
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!
Buffalo Plaid is both bold and playful! Paired with a silhouette, see how it was used for a quick Flannel Birthday Card for a Kid!
Using designer series papers make creating beautiful holiday cards easy. With just a small amount, this Plaid Reindeer Snow Globe Card can be made quickly and easily.
This Recipe Bookmark for Baking not only keeps a page for your christmas cookies, but is also pretty! A perfect reminder that baking should be fun!
A Snow Globe Gift Card Holder is perfect for the holidays. It’s easy to make with this tutorial and features some beautiful paper and a snowy scene.
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!
How to use a background stamp to create small elements for your projects, featuring the Buffalo Check stamp from Stampin Up.