Making shaker cards doesn’t have to be difficult! Using the Sea of Textures stamp set from Stampin’ Up, this tutorial shows how easy it can be to create an Octopus Shaker Card with a porthole filled with glitter and fish under the rainbow sea. Other techniques featured include emboss resist, diecutting, and ink blending.
This stork has some exciting news!! This baby announcement card and congratulation card is handmade with stamping and embossing. Find the tutorial here to create it yourself!
Creating a Layered Oak Tree encouragement card is easy with this tutorial! Using the Stampin Up Rooted in Nature stamp set, I’ll show you how you can make these cards with striking layers with lots of tips, including how to create matching pearl embellishments if you only have white!
This sympathy card uses the new Lasting Lily sale-a-bration stamp set from Stampin Up and an embossing technique for a chalkboard look with subtle colors on a bold black background.
This is a super shiny encouragement card using the Stampin Up Enjoy stamp set and the Black Ice technique.
Falala-mingo! Holiday cards don’t all need to have pine trees and wreaths. Try looking at something in your stash in a new way and combine it with other festive papers! This card was made with a flamingo stamp!
Halloween cards made with the Stampin Up Beautiful You stamp set are perfect for your fabulous girlfriends! This tutorial shows you how to take the everyday stamp set and make it spooky!
Hey Crafties! Ready for a fancy fold? I promise it’s easy, and you can make TWO cards at once! This tropical paradise is so inviting and perfect for a thinking of you card. See below for the tutorial! I love this diagonal fold, as the front opens like a gate....
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...
STAMPlorations Bloomtangled Cover Plate and Die has so many possibilities, whether with rainbow colors or in black and white. Make a few cards today!