My best friend made the cutest Halloween Tags that I just had to share with everyone…
Aren’t these adorable! She made vellum tags using the pretty pink posh die cut and stamped the sentiments on it. She then used patterned paper for the cool background. Love love love! These will be tied around candy bars for Halloween! I’m getting a sweet tooth just thinking about it =)
It’s that time of year now…holiday cards are in the works but in the meantime there will be little shaker birthday cards =)
I made this card to look my nephew holding balloons and sending them off for someone’s birthday!
I love shaker cards and I can’t wait to order some more sequins from pretty pink posh!
Everyone needs a hero…how about a few heroes that think you are simply marvelous?
I made this card using the awesome Stitched Duo 3 dies from Pretty Pink Posh. I love her products! This is a shaker card but it’s a bit hard to tell from the photographs.
And yes, hero arts ombre inks for the fun background…these inks are here to stay!
These Ombre Inks are here to stay! I just adore them so much!
I used the ombre inks for the thank you sentiment and background. For the banner, I turned it into a shaker banner by using a fun sprinkle of pretty pink posh sequins.
I thought it would be funny to shake the card and see the sheep bouncing around! lol!
I love the layers of vellum and cardstock. It just makes the card feel really special and that it’s made with love!
I love this card because the sentiment is so sweet and so are the little pandas:
I made the shaker window using a die cut for 3×4 pocket cards. I love how the edges are rounded off. For the sky background and hillside, I used a combination of pink chalk inks from memento and distress inks.
I wanted to create that summer sky where everything looks like cotton candy. Yum! For the final touches, I added pretty pink posh sequins for the shaker card. It is hard to tell from the photos but the pandas are standing in front of the clear window so it adds some dimension. Remember that somewhere out there, you are loved by someone, everyday. period. =)
Something a little different for valentine’s day this year:
I was attempting to make a non-cutesy valentine’s day card and came up with the idea of adding little touches of pink distress inks around the die cut stitched circles:
I really like how soft and subtle the card came out! Aren’t these stitched dies and borders adorable? To make the happy sentiment, I applied distress inks to the edges and then used two coats of clear embossing powder to give it that “dome” look.
For the final touches I added sequins and gold thread to give it that pop of color! More fun valentine’s day cards to come!