Since I've recently started my own collection of Copic markers, I found myself wanting an organized way to keep track of which ones I have and which ones I might still want to purchase. I've printed out color charts and blank charts where I can fill in colors as I get the markers, but I… Continue reading Copic Markers Color List
I looked back over all the cards I've made this year, and these were my 4 favorites. In chronological order from when they were made... September 2019: One in a Chameleon I already have plans to make this one again. I love the interactive element of the reveal wheel, and it's so fun to watch… Continue reading My Favorite Cards From 2019
When your friends don't find out the gender of their baby beforehand, you make two cards just to be prepared! (Or you make a gender-neutral card, but I really wanted to make this one.) I was inspired by Karin from Peppermint Patty's Papercraft. I just loved the look of this design and wanted to make… Continue reading Hello Baby
This is my last Christmas card to share for the year! I made this cute and simple Santa card: This was my first time using the amazing snow pen to add texture to Santa's hat, and it got away from me a little bit and caused a mishap on his forehead. I decided to just… Continue reading Santa Card
Materials used: Lawn Fawn Cheery Christmas Lawn Fawn Forest Border Lawn Fawn Mini Snowflakes Honey Bee Double Stitched Frames Honey Bee A7 Scallops Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders Copic markers
I had lots of fun making this Christmas card with the Ho Ho Holidays set from Lawn Fawn! I made the background by cutting some navy blue cardstock I had on hand with the Snowy Backdrop from Lawn Fawn. I layered some sparkle cardstock behind it that I had in my stash so that the… Continue reading Happy Ho Ho Holidays!
I saw this card posted by Kara Lynne for Lawn Fawn and I just HAD to make my own! The mice are too cute and I just think it was a genius idea to take off their skates and have them baking up some treats! I don't normally make cards that require so much masking… Continue reading Mice on Ice Baking Card