A Halloween Knife Spinner Card is perfect to send to those who love horror movies! When you open the card, the knife spins — scary!
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!
The Northern Lights Technique is perfect for a Christmas Card! Just like the actual northern lights, it’s super colorful and can be different every time. Find how to recreate it on a card here.
This month, the Paper Pumpkin Alternatives were exceptionally fun to make! The July 2021 Adventure Begins kit was geared toward outdoor adventure, and here’s how to make even more!
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!
Stamp with an Embossing Folder and expand your craft stash! In this video, I show how to use this technique and create a Wild Cats card!
Make a Faux Watercolor Galaxy Card using this easy technique. With just a few basic supplies and this short video, you can create your own out-of-this-world card today!
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 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.
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!