So I have this cool, chunky die: And it cuts both a positive, a negative and there is a shadow layer, too. So I made one card from the positive and one from the negative. In other words, a Two-fer! In today’s video, I’ll show you how! Thanks so much for stopping by. All supplies […]
Paint inside the lines! A simple technique to make it easier.
It’s Day 1 of a blog hop for the brand new Sending Happiness release from Simon Says Stamp. Today, I’m sharing a few cards featuring my brand new Happy Days stamps and coordinating dies and sharing an easy tip for keeping your painting contained inside the lines. Using clear embossing powder on a stamped image […]
Create a pop out die cut sunburst with a rainbow of color!
Today I’m sharing a really fun new die from Pinkfresh Studio which is part of their newest release, and I’m telling ya: it’s a fun one, friends! Nothing like a fabulous full panel die that you can pop up! The Pop Out Sunburst Die lets you die cut all of these wonderful segments with an […]
Simple ink blending you can do!
Do you want to try ink blending but feel like it just turns into a hot mess? Well I was there when I first started but two things I’ve found help: blending brushes and stencils. There is something about the way stencils give you a slight lift while you’re blending and can help get a […]
Distress Ink Rainbow Laurels Card Project
Today I’ve got a really cheerful card project that would be perfect to send you your favorite grad, or anyone you are proud of! This card was inspired by the Grand Greenery die from My Favorite Things. This technique is so easy! Just grab some Distress Inks in rainbow colors, a water brush, and create […]
Lucky to Know You Release Blog Hop (Simon Says Stamp!)
It’s Blog Hop day for the Lucky to Know You release from Simon Says Stamp! If you’re new to my blog, welcome! I’m so glad you’ve stopped by! I’m featuring two new products for this project: the Happy Birthday dies and the Daisy Bouquet Stencil. FIRST THINGS FIRST: While supplies last, take your pick of […]