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!
- Recipe: Cardstock from PTI, Patterned paper and felt heart from Martha Stewart, and i-rock hot adhesive.
I love the glass of milk!
This stamp set is so adorable! It just makes me smile and giggle every time I look at the cookies and milk!
- Recipe: All craftstock from Recollections, Stamps from Lawn Fawn Cozy Christmas, Sharpies. Red bling from Michaels, Cloud scissors from Recollections, Glitter pen, Happy holiday stamp from Michaels, Memento Ink Tuxedo Black.
It’s not a turkey but it will have to do!
“Corn cob pipe and a button nose…”
I was flipping through a card magazine and saw this adorable snowman so I made my own version! This card was fun to make because I was trying to be creative with all of my different die cuts and found perfect shapes for the hand, nose, and head of Mr. Snowman. I drew the hat myself and used a push pin to create the mouth of the snowman. The hardest part was squeezing all the “happy holiday” letters on the card~!
Thanks for visiting! Have a great weekend!
- Recipe: All craftstock from Recollections, Blue bling from Michaels, Die cuts from Cuttle bug, Stampin up texturz plate snowflake.
Just a little more Christmas to share with all of you…
Love love love Christmas!
I am having a blast making Christmas cards!
All I need is some hot chocolate and marshmallows!
More goodies at tkle crafts’ etsy shop!
I know it’s a little early for Father’s day… but shhh! Drink up Dads!
I’ve decided to do a 3-part Father’s day card series because when it comes to dads, you can get away with a chuckle or two! For every crafter, there are certain colors of cardstock that poses a creativity challenge. For me, it’s brown or orange. (Definitely, brown. No, it’s orange.) Both have me gripping my hair and saying “argh!” why doesn’t it work?! So for Father’s day, I thought these would be great masculine colors to inspire some creativity.
Here is where I got the idea for the card and decided to make my own version. I found the beer mug from Clip Art and loved how the frothy bubbles were overflowing from the mug. Inspired, I made the white frothy beer bubbles with my circle die cuts and added a mini-dot on the largest bubble for a little dimension. Overall, I think this will give a dad a little chuckle on his special day!
I made a little something with love for Mother’s Day.
I found these wonderful picture frames in an assortment of colors! I thought red would go perfectly with the theme of love for Mother’s day. Using my oh-so-awesome cuttlebug alphabet, I cranked out “Mom” in blue craftstock to match the words in the love scrapbooking paper. A sweet and simple craft in celebration of a beautiful holiday 🙂