Sending thank you cards is a great way to show your appreciation to someone, so why not make it festive and extend the holidays, too? Try this starbust...er..Snowburst Thank You Card!
An easy to follow tutorial for a 3D pop-up A2 card with a nautical theme! I used the Stampin Up High Tide stamp set.
A neighbor friend is opening a bistro in the area this month, complete with food trucks! We all couldn't be more excited, and I knew I wanted to make a congratulations card! One of the best advantages of creating your own cards is the ability to personalize cards specifically for your recipient and the occassion. I couldn't help… Continue reading Truck Pull Card…with Moving Food Truck!
With all of the rain we were having here in Pennsylvania this weekend, I was inspired to bring out my paint brushes and play with some watercoloring techniques. I don't often do much watercoloring. I can be a bit messy in my small craft closet ha ha! So when my inks and brushes emerge and… Continue reading Watercoloring until the Rain Stops and the Rainbow Appears!
A few weeks ago, I saw my name under a "winners" tab for the STAMPlorations May Blossoms card challenge which I had submitted one of my creations. I couldn't believe it! They generously gave me a choice of a floral stamp or die which a designer had used for a project. I love all kinds of… Continue reading Bloomtangled and Grateful
If only there was a comic book about a crafter’s adventures! Check out the tutorial for this Happy Crafting Comic Card!
Making masculine cards can be difficult. There are So. Many. Rules. No florals. No bright colors. Less is more. No thank you! Too many rules for any crafter to remember!! So let's break them. Who would have thought breaking the "no florals for masculine cards" rule would have such a nice result?? How to make… Continue reading Masculine Card …with florals?? :-O
Sending birthday cards is my jam. It's the perfect time to let someone know I'm thinking of them and I get to use my passion! I've moved around enough to not always be close enough to friends and family, and calling and texting sometimes needs a little changeup. And let's be honest: there is something… Continue reading To Receive a Handmade Card in the Mail; Birthday Card Love
A Designing Journey to Brilliant Lightbulb Cards. Do I sometimes find myself going down roads that I'm just not feeling? Of course, and I'll share with you some of those avenues while I worked my way toward two cards I'm happy to share and send.
An iced coffee shaker card for the Coffee Lovers Cardmakers Blog Hop #springsummer2018clh