Tag Archives: Lovely as a Tree

Christmas Card Sunday: Country Christmas Cards

Welcome to Christmas Card Sunday, a weekly feature where I design various handcrafted Christmas cards to inspire your creativity and get you started rubber stamping Christmas cards early instead of waiting until the last minute!  Let’s get them done this year, what do you say?  🙂 All you really need to make beautiful country Christmas cards is a tree stamp or… Read More »

DIY Birthday Card Ideas: Triple Time

Why not try this triple time stamping technique for your next round of  DIY birthday card ideas? I made this card slightly smaller than a regular one so I could keep it square.  I started with a piece of 8-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ Very Vanilla card stock, which I folded in half to create the card… Read More »

Another Christmas Card Idea

Have you started your holiday cards yet?  Well, today I have another Christmas card idea for your inspiration. This simple card highlights one of my all-time favorite stamp sets, Lovely as a Tree.  Type in “Lovely as a Tree” in the Search box in the upper right of this page to search this blog and… Read More »

Lovely as a Tree on the Water

Well, I dug out my brayer again to create this lovely on-the-water themed card.  The photo doesn’t do it justice, I think my lighting washed it out, as the colors are much more intense in person. The ink colors used with my brayer were Marina Mist, Island Indigo, So Saffron, Chocolate Chip, and Basic Black.… Read More »

Lovely as a Tree Nature Stamps

Sponging will take you far in your projects, and can really add a lot of wow with minimal effort and supplies.  Here I’m once again relying on one of my all-time favorite nature stamps sets, Lovely as a Tree. Supplies: Stamps:  Lovely as a Tree (w-115026/c-127793), Lovely Thoughts (w-125843/c-125845) Card Stock:  Glossy White – 3-7/8″x5-1/8″… Read More »

Homemade Birthday Card

This simple homemade birthday card uses just half a sheet of card stock, a budget-friendly approach to making handmade cards. I took a scratch sheet of paper and cut out a square from it, then laid it over the front of my card.  I sponged Crumb Cake ink along the edge of a Post-It note… Read More »