I love projects that look like they took a long time to make... but didn't!
These caramel apple cards were made using Enamel dots and Nuvo. Inspired by Williams & Sonoma caramel apples! YUM!
"You've Got This!" is a great sentiment to use for an encouraging card!
Happy World Cardmaking Day! Here is my contribution!
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There is still time to enter into the September Challenge drawing at Poppystamps! The theme is "Lots of Dots" and here is the card I made for inspiration.
I think this is one of my favorites! I love the new release from Birchpress Design and layering dies make it so easy!
Hidden slider with colorful dots that appear as the fairy slides across.
These 3 dimensional snowflakes are great for window hangers. Fun project for kids - either have them glue, or make ahead for them to decorate with glitter and sequins.
A sparkly easel card that can be enjoyed long after it is received.
Sew Fond of You
DIY Shaker Card Fillers are so much fun to make with Shrink Film!
Huckleberry gift tags! These could be made to be a wide variety of berry tags and make the perfect gift bag tag, or even a nice swing-out tag card all by itself!
What better way to start her wedding day than with an adorable wedding favor Fancy Latte Cup with Butterfly Stopper!
Fun use of the Mod Flower Background - Latte Art!
I love how acetate creates a suspended card - makes for a gorgeous display!
This Father's Day Card was so much fun to make. The thought behind it was, "You're One in a Million!" Blue lobsters are real and very rare - I think they are actually one in two million but he will get the idea.
The dies I used were the Deep Ocean Lobster and Distressed Addington Collage by Poppystamps. For the background, I used 6 x 6 a background stamp by Hero Arts called Pearl Strings and I embossed it with clear.
The lobsters were created on Yupo paper, and I used Tim Holtz alcohol inks to create the awesome depth of color. They were then inlaid into the white background.
Video coming soon!