This was my first time using the Rolled Roses and I love them! The only downside to these is that they're too big to use on cards because they wouldn't be able to fit in an envelope and be sent in the mail. But that just means I'm going to have to be creative on… Continue reading Rolled Roses
I first made this card back in September 2019 and I had been looking forward to making it again. This time I gave it a few upgrades with better sky and grass ink blending. Next time I'd like to add a little more to it to fill up the sky a bit, but I still… Continue reading A Birthday Chameleon
Sometimes simple is best! Materials used: Fog cardstock from Simon Says Stamp Swiss Dots embossing folder from Cricut Large Stitched Rectangles dies by Lawn Fawn Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Windows die from Lawn Fawn Love You Tons stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn Copic markers Foam tape Mushroom House die from Lawn Fawn (for… Continue reading A Simple Get Well Card
This was my first time using the Mushroom House die and I like how it turned out for the most part. I followed a design by Nichol Spohr but made some changes. I felt like this card needed a little something more but nothing seemed right so I just left it with the house alone.… Continue reading Mushroom House
Materials used: Color block diagonal stripes die by Pinkfresh Studio Fancy Edged Rectangles dies by Spellbinders Scripty Hugs die from Lawn Fawn Cake slice box from Lawn Fawn (for flowers and leaves) Cardstock from Lawn Fawn: Mermaid, Ballet Slippers, Guava, Sunflower, Noble Fir Sweet Celebrations petite paper pack by My Favorite Things Judikins clear sparkle… Continue reading Color block cards
I. Love. This. Set. It's no surprise that this set has become a quick favorite of mine. I love anything to do with mysteries, treasure maps, and adventure, and this set captures that essence so cutely. No joke - it took me THREE WEEKS to make this card. I struggled with the layout a lot… Continue reading Ahoy, matey!
I recently got the Cloudy Stencil from Lawn Fawn and I love the way it fills up a background. I also really love the way the shading came out on the mountains and grass on this card. I used Pumice Stone blended on Fog cardstock for the mountains and it was exactly the look I… Continue reading A birthday hot air balloon
Materials used: Lawn Fawn Snow Day Lawn Fawn Forest Border Lawn Fawn Grassy Border Lawn Fawn Scripty Hugs Glossy accents Copic markers Lawn Fawn Noble Fir, Cilantro, and Blue Jay cardstock Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangles Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Rectangles Pattern paper from Lawn Fawn
My father's day card this year: (I made it pretty early this year) Fun fact: this month marks one year that I've been making cards. My father's day card last year was the first card I ever attempted. I'm still so new to this compared to many people but my skills have definitely grown in… Continue reading A Father’s Day Picnic
I made this happy card for a friend who just got their Master's degree! Materials used: Lawn Fawn cardstock: Cilantro, Sunflower, Chocolate Bar, Sugarplum, Guava Lawn Fawn Birch Trees die Lawn Fawn Puffy Clouds Border Lawn Fawn Bunting Borders Lawn Fawn Simple Grassy Hillsides Lawn Fawn Jalapeno ink Picket fence blending brushes Tumbled Glass distress… Continue reading You are owlsome
I can't get enough of these Little Flowers lately, so of course I used them for mother's day cards this year! That was actually the reason I originally bought them, but they've been the perfect thing for so many other cards too. I debated adding a banner to the bottom of the second card too,… Continue reading Mother’s Day cards
This card is so simple and cute; I definitely plan on making it again! Materials used: Loveable Legends stamp and die set from Lawn Fawn Copic markers Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Windows die from Lawn Fawn Pattern paper from Spellbinders Shellebrate pack Memento Wedding Dress luxe white ink Small Stitched Rectangle dies from Lawn Fawn… Continue reading What’s kraken?
With the current stay-at-home measures in place, I've had a lot more time for card making. This card came from having time to just make a scene that I pictured, without having a holiday or specific purpose in mind. I wish that I had a few more colors of distress inks so that I could… Continue reading Overlooking the City Night Sky