Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Little Bundle Shaker

I have another shaker card today.  I am determined to actually use my collection of shaker elements.  The hard part is not buying more before I've used what I have!


The card I am sharing today is pink.  It had a blue match but I used that card before I got it photographed!  I cut a star with a nested die set and then strung the clothes up on the line.  All my images are from Lawn Fawn's Little Bundle set.  The tiny baby clothes are super cute.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Snappy Birthday

I have another quick card to share today.  I have made a lot of birthday cards recently.  Now I just need to get some in the mail!


This time I used the Pun Intended set from Stampin Up.  I stamped the camera image, masked, stamped off, masked, and stamped off two times to get the faded look.  The "polaroid" is just the white piece I stamped on top of a longer black piece.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Big on Birthday Rainbows

I have a quick card to share today. I used the Big on Birthdays stamp set from Stampin up and the swoosh from Work of Art. The rainbow is made with Distress inks.


Saturday, April 22, 2017

Out of This World Birthday

Have you seen all the galaxy backgrounds lately?  I couldn't wait to give one a try.  They are much easier than I thought they would be.

For these cards I used the Lawn Fawn set Out of This World.  It has so many great options for planets.

I created the background with Distress inks.  I don't remember the exact combo but it had some blue, purple, pink, orange, and yellow before I covered it all in black.


The white spots I made with some white acrylic paint that I thinned out with water and flicked across it.


All of the planets have some shimmer from a clear Wink a Stella.


The insides are finished with a few stamped planets and some more Wink A Stella.



Friday, April 21, 2017

Simple Wow Birthday Cards

The cards I am sharing today are all pretty simple cards to put together but they have a pop of color with black or grey.

The first cards were created with a die cut and turned into shakers.  I love how the pink and green pop off the black.



The second set of cards were made with Tim Holtz Mixed Media dies.  I finished them with a little sentiment that I heat embossed.



The last set of cards were made with the Detailed Floral dies from Stampin Up.  I fell in love with these dies the first time I saw them.



Thursday, April 20, 2017

Delicate Details So Very Much

I got the So Very Much and Delicate Details stamp sets from the Stampin Up Saleabration.  I love how big the Thank you image is.  It becomes the whole focus of the card.


I'm sure I will be using the Delicate Details set a lot.  It adds such a nice touch to the cards.


I really like that these cards are all flat.  It makes them easy for mailing.


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Love You a Latte

I have two more Lawn Fawn cards to share today.  I made two shaker cards using the Love You a Latte set.  I was obsessed with collecting sequins and beads for shakers for a while.  Now I try to make shaker cards as often as I can.

The first card is with purple accents.


 For the second card I used a blue.  I love how it contrasts with the browns.


The card front is made with the coffee bean stamp.


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Be Unique

I picked up a fun little stamp set from Lawn Fawn called Clear to See You.  It is a set of eyeglasses and a couple of cute sentiments.  I made a quick set of notecards with the set.


I used Distress ink Wilted Violet, Peacock Feather, Twisted Citron, and Picked Raspberries for the glasses.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Happy Easter Seed Packet

I have an Easter card to share today.  I'm a day late but yesterday got very busy.  I used the seed packet stamp set from Simon Says Stamp for my feature image.


The background was created with a stencil of peeps silhouettes.  I made the stencil in Sure Cuts a Lot and then cut it out with my Scan N Cut.  I sponged white ink in the stencil onto the kraft paper.


The image is stamped on a stitched oval from Stampin Up.  I colored the image with my Spectrum Noir markers.