I made this card for my bff in the hopes that I could convince her to use embossing paste! It’s so fun!
For some reason, I ended up doing a camera theme for all these cards! Totally not planned. So for the chevron background I colored the embossing paste with distress inks and carefully applied it to the stencil.
I love how the embossing paste gives the card such beautiful dimension! Then I sprinkled on some clear glitter and allowed it to dry for about 30 to 40 minutes. The camera and sentiment are from the Silhouette store and the mini Polaroid is from Papertrey Ink. For the sentiment, I did the same technique where I added layers of clear embossing paste to make it nice and shiny.
For the final touches, I added a little wink of stella to the camera and enamels dots in silver and white! Embossing paste – you rock!
Even sleepy Scotties need to take a selfie…hehe!
After a weekend filled with dog beaches, long walks, and doggie bakeries…My Scotties were super sleepy on the car ride home! lol! Caught them snoozing away on my lap! They are so sweet!
I made several thank you cards for all the wonderful friends and family in my life! As you can see, I am still hooked on the Scottie nautical theme!
I just love the little anchors and the sail boat! The Paper Smooches sentiment was perfect for these cards!
Thank you for all the love! Muah!
Here is a little gift for a scottie mom…
I got the inspiration from a mama elephant post which featured the honey bunny stamp set with this background.
I thought it was so cute to have the stars in the background of the city scene. A perfect evening for two little scotties!
So I am making a series of cards with these adorable mini polaroid frames. Here is the first:
Doesn’t that make you smile?!
- Recipe: CS from PTI, Thanks Die Cut from Cuttlebug, Polaroid Die cute from PTI, Stamp from Mama Elephant.
Thanks from your favorite neighborhood cats!
A request to make a thank you for a cat-lover. I really love the polkadot background paper that I used as a border. It really gives a pop of color to our furry little friends!
- Recipe: CS from PTI, Lawn Fawn Burbs stamp set, Papersmooches sentiment, Spellbinders, and Bling.
So I’ve had these chipboard alphabets stuffed away in my stampin’ stash for a while (at least a year) and I finally decided to use it!
Here is a happy birthday version:
A little Get Well Card:
And finally a thank you:
I love these alphabets! Soooo adorable!
- Recipe: PTI cardstock, Washi Tape, Chipboard Alphabet Letters, Heart stamps, White Gel Pens, Ek Success Cloud Punch, Heart punch, corner punch from Martha Stewart.
Thanks from not just any bug but a cute lady bug!
My best friend took me to a wonderful stamp store and we found this absolutely adorable stamp!
The grass looked a little empty so I added pebbles in the second photo and I like how it turned out. For some finally touches I used stickles and bling for each of the flowers. I also sprayed the sky with shimmer sparkle spray but it’s hard to tell from the picture!
Hope you have a great labor day weekend!
- Recipe: CS from PTI, Grass punch ek success, ladybug stamp from Whipper Snapper Designs, Copic Markers, Stickles, Bling, Tim Holtz Distressed Inks, White Gel Pen, Shimmer sparkle spray.
Here are some cards I made with these awesome Hexagons!
I love this die cut because there is so much you can do with it!
- Recipe: CS from PTI, hexagon Die cut from PTI, Ribbon, Buttons, Stamps from PTI and Waltzing Mouse, Scrapbook paper from SixbySix.