The collective name for a gathering of gnomes is a Donsy, and I created a doozy of a Donsy with the Kindest Gnomes stamps and dies! … More GNOMES, GNOMES AND MORE GNOMES!
I’ve had an idea I’ve been pondering for a while, and recently I spent some time working with it. I tried a number of variations, and I’m not sure I’ve got it yet. I hope if you look at this long enough, you’ll see the word ALOHA. … More a new way to say ALOHA
The Beauty of the Earth Designer Series paper is a stunning pack of autumn colored papers that coordinate beautifully with a variety of stamps and dies. … More Beauty of the Earth Designer Series Paper
I spent a marvelous afternoon a couple of weeks ago playing with Stampin’ Blends and the alcohol technique in Crystal’s Stampin’ Garage. It took a few tries to get the hang of it, but once we got over that bump we couldn’t stop. All you really need are Stampin’ Blends, vellum, a small paintbrush, and 91% rubbing alcohol. … More Stampin’ Blends and the Alcohol Technique
I love to get birthday cards, but let’s face it: that’s once a year. I love to send them. Most of us get so little personal mail anymore, and I like to be a little bit of sunshine in someone’s mailbox. As a result, I make a LOT of birthday cards! … More You’re A Peach and Biggest Wish Birthday
I need to practice my coloring skills with Stampin’ Blends, so I produced a handful of images from Hand-Penned Petals and got to work. To my delight, this image is a PERFECT image for the purpose! Not too big, not too small, not too complex – it’s just right. … More Hand-Penned Petals and Stampin’ Blends
I did my best to create a simple card, using the Hand-Penned Petals set and just the Big Boss and some dies. It’s not an absolute beginner card, but it’s an easy one to re-create. I’d love it if you gave it a go. … More Hand-Penned Petals and a DIY background
Technically, She doesn’t Sell Sea Shells. She stamps them. And in this case, she embosses and die cuts them and then just sponges them, and it is so darn easy! … More She Sells Sea Shells…