This Christmas Jelly Roll card reminds us about the delicious sweet treats that appear for the holidays. It uses the new Super Cool stamp set and features one of the In-Colors, Copper Clay. See here how to put this card together.
Nothing says Halloween and scary movies like the laboratory of a mad scientist! This halloween card features tubes and flasks filled with weird materials and some blood spilling out!
A sweet candy halloween card is a great way to say hello and celebrate! This card is made with stamps that aren’t explicitly holiday-themed, yet is made to look like candy corn and sweets.
This Anniversary bike card has a stamped repeated background and a fun color trio! Color coordination is a great way to create a fun card that your recipient will love.
See below how to make this Sunburst Vellum Heart Valentine Card. I used the new Favored Flowers Sale-a-Bration DSP for the pattern on the floating heart!
Celebrate the upcoming year with this Black and Gold New Years Card! 2023 is given the star treatment with gold foil, diecuts, and foil paper!
A Set of Tiled DSP Mixup Cards is just what I needed! Four cards and four matching envelopes came together quickly with this mixup design technique (and can be used with almost any paper)!
Double your dies with the technique I used to make this Reversible Diecuts Christmas Card! Mirror-image glimmer hollyhocks frame a simple sentiment in the center for a quick card.
This Glitter Mint Christmas Gatefold Card is an alternative project using the November 2022 Paper Pumpkin kit, From the North Pole. See here how to use ALL the glitter paper in the kit and make this fun fold card.
What’s a christmas card without a little snow? Make this Santa Snow Shaker Card as an alternative project with your Ho Ho Ho October 2022 Paper Pumpkin kit!
Nothing screams halloween like candy corn, so I had to make a Candy Corn Halloween Card! Whether you are a fan of the treat or think it’s a trick, this halloween bag staple is fun and easy to make.
This Floating Pumpkin Halloween Card celebrates Fall! It uses an acetate window sheet, which isn’t just for shaker cards. See how to make one of these cards here.