Category Archives: Big Shot Projects

Handmade Easter Card: Honeycomb Happiness

Today’s handmade Easter card features the delightful little chick from Honeycomb Happiness.  Did you know you can pick up this adorable set for FREE with a $50 order? I used the second smallest oval framelit from the Ovals Collection to cut out the “egg,” and then my Paper Snips to cut the broken edges.  The… Read More »

A Nice Cuppa Birthday Card for Friend

This handmade card would make a nice birthday card for a friend who loves tea, or even a Mothers Day greeting card.  It’s not too early to think about that. I cut out the teacup and teapot with the Cups & Kettle Framelits Dies, and then stamped them with a flower image from Mother’s Love.… Read More »

Going Places Scrapbook Mini Album Online Class

In this online class you’ll make this cute scrapbook mini album, perfect as a travel scrapbook. In the first video you’ll learn how to assemble the basic structure of it, while the second video shows you how to decorate it using the Going Places Designer Paper Stack and the Going Global and Sky is the Limit stamp… Read More »

Handmade Card Designs: You Are Tea-Riffic!

With the new Cups & Kettle Framelits Dies you can create adorable handmade card designs like the one shown here.  As you can see on the magnetic card in the picture, it comes with a variety of teacups, a mug, a teapot, and even silverware — everything you’ll need for your next tea party! 🙂 I… Read More »

Homemade Wedding Cards With Botanical Builder Framelits

I decided to create some homemade wedding cards using the Botanical Builder Framelits (140625) from the upcoming Occasions Catalog.  They also come in a bundle with a coordinating stamp set and designer paper, but here I’ve just featured the framelits.  I absolutely love these and they’re quickly becoming one of my very favorite things from the catalog,… Read More »

Mini Album Tutorial Online Class Preorder

Today, I thought I’d give you a sneak peek at the mini album tutorial online class that will be available in January.  I will also be offering this class live in February in Spanaway, Washington.  Pre-order the tutorial or register for the live class before January 1st and you will receive a reduced rate. PLEASE NOTE:  Pre-order… Read More »

Faux Patina Thank You Card

Today’s thank you card features the faux patina technique, which gives the impression of aged metal.  Love it!  I used the Lovely Lace embossing folder for the embossed background design. The card making template came from today’s card sketch at Mojo Monday. The top pieces were cut into squares, and then I applied a slightly larger strip… Read More »

Handmade Christmas Card: Time to Chill

This cute handmade Christmas card features the Season of Cheer Designer Paper collection and the Snow Place stamp set, which you can pick up in a bundle with their coordinating framelits and save 15%.  I also used the Squares Collection Framelits which are on sale right now during our Online Extravaganza (today is the last day). If you’ve followed my… Read More »

A New Card Sketch

There’s a new card sketch over at i Love Card Sketches, and here’s my rendition of it.  Simple, but I really like it.  What do you think? The focus is really the paper pattern that I pulled from the Season of Cheer Designer Paper collection.  I used part of a retired framelit from the Labels Collection… Read More »

Create Christmas Cards With Joyful Season

Recently I broke out the Joyful Season stamp set to create Christmas cards. Here’s the Christmas card design I came up with as my submission for this week’s sketch over at i Love Card Sketches.  I’m really pleased with it. What do you think? The circle is where I stamped and watercolored using Watercolor Paper that… Read More »

A Christmas Wish For You

Were you able to make my Facebook Stampin’ Up! Party!? We’ve been having a great time! Hopefully you’ll be able to make the next one.  I’m thinking January, but sign up for my newsletter and you’ll get  the announcement as soon as I decide. Today’s card features the Joyful Season stamp set.  I haven’t dabbled… Read More »