Wood you be mine?

I just think these little images by Elena Roussakis for Neat and Tangled are adorable!  I used them previously on a series of holiday cards you can find here , here or here.  🙂  Super versatile! This card was made using ‘Lumberjack Love’ and ‘Falling Hearts’.  First I stamped the little scene and on an A2 […]

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Bubble Talk Valentine

With a few tweaks to the phrases, this card could be used any time of the year.  I’ve made several valentines for the approaching holiday and I’ve strayed from the traditional red and pink colors for this particular card.  The recipient’s favorite color is yellow and I just had to go with it! I started […]

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Halloween Heroine

This cute halloween card is made using a mix of Mama Elephant and Lawn Fawn stamps along with my hand drawn background and a lot of copic coloring! Originally I stamped my little super heroine, her pup and sentiment from Mama Elephant on an A2 panel.  Taking a ruler and a copic friendly black pen […]

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Flourish

Hi!  I made two cards using the Flourish stamp set by Concord and 9th.  By changing the colors slightly in my stamped pattern I was able to treat one as a background and the other as a focal point.   On this first card I stamped an A2 panel in various inks using my MISTI […]

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Fairy hello

These sweet fairies are from Lawn Fawn.  This card uses a number of techniques to make these fairies stand out on the otherwise busy background.  For starters, you’ll note that the fairies are placed using the rule of thirds.  Additionally, the fairies are in color and all the other stamped images are in grayscale.   […]

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Bake me a cake

I originally made this card with the intent that the little mixers would be the focus of my card. Just.didn’t.happen. Sometimes, your project has to evolve for you to end up with something you like. I measured the mixers, a stamp from a Lawn Fawn set, and did math (yes, I actually calculated it 🙂 […]

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Hey there!

I must say….I had an opportunity and passed it by.  My husband saw me stamping these Reverse Confetti pups for the umpteenth time and asked what happens when they no longer cling to the acrylic block. Actually said:  You just clean them! 😉 Should have said:  That’s it….I have to buy new ones.  😔 Products […]

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Gorjuss Birthday

I’m a huge fan of these Gorjuss stamps.  They have them in full size and recently released miniatures in their previously released images too.  I love the images rubber stamps produce, these have the added benefit of attaching to an acrylic block versus a wooden block – meaning I have an easier time placing my […]

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Sadie’s book: month 4-7

Sadie’s book covers her development, initially in weeks and then in months.  For earlier posts on Sadie’s book go to the ‘Album’ in the menu bar or click here or here to see the first several weeks!  I’m going to keep this post short and just explain which stamps I used for each of the cards.   4 months: […]

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Anniversary invite: stamped

I’m creating three different style of invites for an anniversary party.  I’m making them all to be ‘flats’ – an A2 style card that doesn’t open.  All of the invite information will go on the back of the flat leaving me to decorate the fronts as I wish!  The first set were stamped and then loosely […]

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