Greenie Halloweenie!

I’m back with a fun halloween card!


I love this fun color combination for this spooky time of year! I used distress inks to get that lovely green/yellow layers.


This stamp set from Lawn Fawn is just too cute! Nothing scary here just lots of “boo!”

Wish me luck on the Lawnscaping Halloween Challenge!



Foxy Hexagons!

I was trying to figure out what to do with all of my little scraps of patterned paper…


And Taaaa daaaaa! At last, I was able to use my wood grain paper to make the cute little polaroid frame! Note to self: This sheet of wood grain paper is very pricey so practice on scraps to avoid any mistakes!  Also, I added clear card stock to the polaroid to give it a little something something.


For a little “flair,” I added an epoxy sticker to my fox! To do this, I cut my own hexagon shape from the epoxy sticker.  Here’s a closer look:


Kinda neat right?! For the final touches, I placed little hearts and sequins on the hexagons. Totally a great use for my scraps and hexagon die cut! Love it.

  • Recipe:  Card stock from Papertrey Ink, Hexagon and Polaroid Die from Papertrey Ink, Epoxy stickers, Lawn Fawn Into the Woods collection kit, Martha Stewart Heart Punch.

Hello Lovely!

I almost died when I saw this cute post over at Lea’s Cupcakes’ blog that I had to make my own:


I created the saying “Hello Lovely” because I overheard someone say it the other day and it was so sweet!


I added foam dots to the grassy polkadot hill to give the card some fun layers.


Ack! So cute! Also, I made my own “Hello” flair using some epoxy stickers and a Martha Stewart punch:


I found that this combination was a bit more cost effective instead of buying the entire epoxy sticker kit.  I also found a seller on etsy that sold epoxy stickers in sets of 50 or 100:


The only difference is the etsy epoxy stickers are more flexible or softer vs. the epiphany epoxy stickers are harder and do not bend.  I think both are great options and glad I have a variety of them!

  • Recipe:  Card stock from Papertrey Ink, Lawn Fawn Into the Woods, Epoxy Stickers, Sequins, Bling, Papertrey Ink Cloud Die Cuts.

Into Christmas!

I made my first Christmas card using my favorite new stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Into the Woods…or in this case it should be “Into Christmas!”


Originally, I wanted to make the circle part a shaker but it was too bulky for the card to open smoothly. So instead, I covered half the circle with the patterned paper and clear card stock, and stamped some snowflakes on the window to make it look like it was snowing.


I used four different pieces of patterned paper to cover the card (which was really fun!) Then for the final finishing touches, I gave the cute little deer a Santa hat and red nose!


At the last minute, I decided to decorate the back of the card to cover up the brads, and as silly as it sounds, I also covered the deer so that it would match with the love joy peace patterned paper!



  • Recipe:  Card stock from Paper Trey Ink, Lawn Fawn Into the Woods Stamp Set, Lawn Fawn Pattern Paper Peace Joy Love, Sizzix Large Circle Flip it Die, Star Punch, Spellbinders Circle Die Cut, Brads, Bling.

“I put my thing down, flip it and reverse it!”

(From Missy Elliot – Work it!) Well that’s what I did with my deer stamp!


I have been trying to figure out how to do reverse image stamping.  After watching several youtube videos and experimenting a dozen times, I ended up with the above image! (I used the back of a clear stamp) Not too bad right? I am contemplating about purchasing this stamp:


Any thoughts on this stamp? Does the image come out nice and crisp?

I am off to make more cute Lawn Fawn cards! I am obsessed with the Lawn Fawn card boxes I just came across…more to come!

Falling into the woods!

Happy First Day of Fall!

I was totally inspired by an interactive card at Lawn Fawn that I had to make my own version using the adorable new Lawn Fawn Into the Woods stamp set.


Kinda cute to have a squirrel chasing the acorn around right? In order for the little acorn and squirrel to move around the circle they were attached using flat white buttons (instead of a penny).


I love how cute the stamps, flares, and paper are together! Happy fall!

  • Recipe:  White cardstock from Papertrey Ink, Into the Woods Stamp set from Lawn Fawn, Flares and Scrapbook paper from Lawn Fawn, Brown twine, flower sequins, and bling.

Christmas Just Around the Corner!

It’s never too early to start on Christmas cards right?

I have officially retired all of my ribbon and am wondering if anyone wants a nice neat box of it!

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Christmas Stamp set from Lawn Fawn, Washi Tape, White Gel Pen, Martha Stewart Board punch, Ek Success Heart Punch, Spellbinders.

To Stitch or Not to Stitch?

So for this card, I decided not to use any stitching and just have the happy birthday sentiment frame the card. However…

Upon further review, I felt like the card was “naked” so I had to add stitching to the sides!

Ahhh! Much better! Is anyone else obsessed with white stitching?

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Wood grain background from Hero Arts, Happy Birthday Sentiment from Doodlebug stamps, Chickie stamp from DeNami Design, Tree stamp from Lawn Fawn, Bling, Ek success cloud punch, Tim Holtz distress inks, Copic Markers, Frost shimmer spray, Baby clothes pin, Stickles, White gel pen.

Bun in the Oven!

Love is in the details right?

I wanted to make this card simple but add a lot of details to show just how much love went into it.

First, I cut out the oven window and added clear cardstock to make it look like glass.  Then, I stamped two little white hearts on the oven window.  Next, I used distressed ink to get that lovely light pink color and sprayed the entire oven with shimmer frost spray.  Finally, I stamped the image on another piece of white cardstock and added stickles to the top of the cupcake and glossy accents to the cupcake wrapper.  Also, a little bling for the oven knobs!

Of course, I had to make a baby boy version:

Cute cute and cute!

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Clear CS from PTI, Stamps from Lawn Fawn, Ek Success heart punch, White Gel Pen, Copic Markers, Frost Shimmer Spray, Stickles, Glossy Accents, Bling, Tim Holtz Distressed Inks, MS corner punch.

Turtles like to Shake it too!

Another shaker card to share!

The possibilities are endless! I am shaking up all my cards.

  • Recipe: CS from PTI, Scrapbook paper from sixbysix, birthday stamp from Waltzingmouse Stamp, Turtle  & Fish stamps from Lawnfawn, Spellbinders, Zing, Copic Markers, Beads and Sequins, Glitter Spray.