Harlequin stamp: Jenni Bowlin Ink: Color Box Seattle Sky (harlequin), Versafine Deep Lagoon (Thanks) Thanks stamp: Close to My Heart Silver paint dots: Tulip fabric puff paint
Archive for the ‘Card Making’ Category
These little guys were too easy to make. They are made of paper punches. One 1.5″ square and one 1″ circle. Just use decorative edge scissors to cut the square diagonally in half and adhere to the back of the circle. Add googly eyes and draw on fangs and a mouth and you’ve got Halloween [...]
This little bug stamp doesn’t have a heart-shaped eye or heart-shaped antennae. I used an ink pen to simply alter the stamped image for the holiday…and voila!….instant love bug!
Last Thursday night, I made a bunch of Christmas Cards at a workshop hosted by my friend Gina who is a local Close to My Heart Consultant. Her card designs are adorable and here are the ones I made in the workshop: We didn’t use all the dimensional elements from the Sparkle & Shine Complements [...]
Here’s a simple and fast Valentine’s Day card I made for my Husband this year. In my case I’m only making one of these cards every year, so it’s something I put a little thought into and it’s been fun creating them. This one started with a basic light blue cardstock and then I topped [...]
This is a video detailing how to make a quick, handmade greeting card with a cute lace-look detail made with nothing more than two commonly available pens. I highly recommend making a whole set using different colors. They would make a great gift for a friend or a useful go-to resource for those times [...]