A little cake would be nice too!
- Recipe: CS and clear CS from PTI, Owl stamps and Alphabet stamps from Doodlebug designs, Button, Bling, Stickles, White Gel Pen, Spellbinders, Glossy Accents, Baby scrapbook paper.
Right now we are experiencing a little June gloom but flowers are on the way!
This card was very fun to make because I used a few different die cuts and put it all together! And again, I got a little carried away withe glossy accent!
I love rootbeer floats!
Nothing more delicious! I am really liking the use of spellbinders to make these fun shape cards. I will have to invest in a few more!
This card was inspired by my best friend who sent me such an adorable card!
So I made my own version and I just love how it came out. All this time I should have been making these long sized cards because there is so much room to design! This monkey from Paper Smooches is so adorable!
I remade this stork card for a custom order and wanted to share!
I made it on a much smaller scale and I like how it turned out! Here is the previous post if you are interested in comparing! The only issue I had with the Glitter paper (on the previous card) was that the entire package of paper had a really strange smell that would not go away. I tried leaving the paper out on my balcony hoping it would “air out” but the smell remained. I ended up just tossing it! Live and learn!
I made this baby gift for my best friend who is expecting!
I love this gift because I was able to incorporate the same paper that I used for her baby shower invitations! (Will post invites shortly!
The possibilities are endless with this Martha Stewart Valentine’s Day Paper!
I made another version that was smaller and with different colored twine and felt hearts:
My friend was asking me how long it usually takes me to make one card and I realized that one card actually takes me a few hours! Especially if I get stuck and cannot figure out color combos etc. I find that the first version of a card I make has little flaws here and there but I end up perfecting it after I’ve made version 2.0! After that, it is really quick and easy to make a card because I know what works.
There’s no such thing as too much pink! lol
Here is my pocket valentine’s day card. I don’t know why but I am on this pocket-tag craze! So I decided to put a little message on the tag that you can pull out!
Hello, I love you! lol
I was inspired to make a few Valentine’s Day Cards…
Love is in the air! And thanks to Martha Stewart, I get to make all these cute cards. I have to say patterned paper makes all the difference! Also, I found a packet of Martha Stewart felt stickers that were perfect for this occasion.
Aren’t the little heart buttons absolutely adorable? The is my first time using felt cut outs and I love it. So so so cute!
More to come!
Every time I think of storks, I always remember that wonderful scene from Dumbo!
I am so glad I got this baby stamp set because there is so much to do with it!
Starting the new year off with all things Lawn Fawn! I love their stamps!
So to start off the new year, I decided to splurge and finally get all the adorable lawn fawn stamps I have been drooling over for the last few months. Yes, stamps are now like candy I’ve decided, and I plan to gobble, munch, indulge as much as I can! For this card, I used PTI’s clear cardstock which I absolutely love to make the snow globe layer. I stamped on water bubbles using my white stamp and just hand cut the stand for the globe!