Hi there, I hope you had a great weekend!Continue reading “Hello, Thinking Of You”
Welcome to The Gray Muse Blog Hop featuring the 2020 Summer/Fall Stamp Collection! This release includes seven gorgeous floral stamp sets and one must-have sentiment set titled Social Distance! If you arrived from visiting LauraJane, you’re right on track.Continue reading “You Got This | The Gray Muse Summer/Fall Collection Blog Hop + Giveaway”
Hi there, I hope your week has gotten off to a good start and that you’re keeping safe and healthy!
It’s the 15th of the month and that means there’s a new challenge up on A Blog Named Hero. This month’s theme is Clean and Simple and today I have a quick card that would be very easy to mass produce.Continue reading “Merriest Of Holidays To You | A Blog Named Hero September Challenge”
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Today I have a clean and simple card for you, featuring some recent products from The Stamp Market. They just released this beautiful Fantastic Foliage die in early August, and the Hey Hi Hello There dies were released last month.Continue reading “Hi | The Stamp Market”
Hi there, it’s the 15th which means there’s a new challenge over on A Blog Named Hero! This month’s theme is “Combine Old & New.”
Hi there, I hope you’re doing well. Today I have an easy and colorful clean and simple card for you.
Hi there, I hope you’re keeping safe and healthy.
Today I’m sharing an simple card that I was able to mass-produce with the help of a stamp positioning tool. It features the Just A Little Message stamp set from The Stamp Market. Continue reading “Thinking Of You | Easy Note Cards For Mass Production”
Hi there, today I have ultra clean and simple two-for-one cards using the Framed Thanks die from Altenew.
I started with a piece of Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock that was just a bit larger than the die. Using foam blending tools, I blended Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio, and Peacock Feathers over the panel.
When the panel was dry, I die cut it with the Framed Thanks die. This left me with a very fine ink-blended frame, and larger ink-blended fall-out pieces. I also die cut a piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock with the die, leaving me with a white frame and white fall-out pieces.
I pieced the white fall-out pieces into the ink-blended frame and then used Scotch tape on the backside to hold the pieces together. Then I adhered this combined piece to another piece of white cardstock that I die cut using the largest frame from the Rounded Rectangles Die set. The largest die from that set happens to be the exact same size as the Framed Thanks die! To finish my uber white card, I backed the frame with foam tape and adhered it to an A2 card base.
For the next card, I followed the same process, this time piecing in the colorful fall-out pieces into the white frame.
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Hello crafty friends, there’s a new challenge up on A Blog Named Hero! This month’s theme is Hugs From A Distance. Continue reading “Sending Hugs | A Blog Named Hero May Challenge”