If you liked the card from the last RemARKable Blog tour, I think you’ll enjoy what I did with some of the leftover die cuts. This is a CASE from Krista Driessen – with variations! This is quite similar to her card. Using watercolor paper for this technique really helps! I used the Gold Wink … More More gorgeous succulents
My friend and fellow demonstrator created the cutest little Dory you’ve ever seen: Desiree told me she was determined to make a Dory with the Playful Pals stamps and Pyramid Pals thinlits, and I think she did a fantastic job! From her color choices (Dapper Denim and Daffodil Delight) to the details in Dory’s eyes … More Dory
As a counterpoint to the Angry Birds card, we created a Minion card. Stamps: None (GASP!!) Color Palette: Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White, Basic Black, Smoky Slate Accessories: Thinlits Circle card and the Big Shot; 2 1/2″, 2″ and 3/4″ circle punches; Owl Builder punch; Stampin’ Dimensionals; Tombo (the Wonder Adhesive); Fringe Scissors This … More What does the Minion say?
Recently, one of my regular stampers requested projects for kids. I looked at what I had on my shelf and found stamps suitable for feminine or baby cards, but not really for KIDS. Off to Pinterest, the Black Hole of the Internet! I found some great ideas and they weren’t even in mason jars!! Score. … More Punching out the Angry Birds
Robbie made turkeys for Hostess Club this month: Hilarious, isn’t it? We always have a great time at club – honestly, there’s so much laughing and teasing that I’m always amazed we get the projects done. If we’d done this one we would still be sitting at my dining table on Thanksgiving morning! Robbie made … More This Turkey is a Ding Dong!
This little fellow is a case of a case of a case, but he’s so charming that I can’t resist sharing him with you on this Christmas morning: I believe in Santa. I believe in his goodness and generosity, his sense of fairness and kindness. I believe there have been men – and women – … More I believe
I’m not a huge fan of punch art, but I do like 3-D projects. These little flowers seem to be a cross-over project between the two: Do you ever struggle with a concept that is perfectly shaped in your head but won’t take that shape underneath your hands? No comments about the condition of my … More Valentine Bouquet