A couple of days ago I created a short video showing my ideas of how to organize your craft paper. I admit it, I’m not the most organized person in the world. And I have VERY LITTLE space with which to craft, much less than I had a few years ago. Organizing my designer paper […]
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Would you care to guess what my favorite paper crafting tool is? It may not be what you think! I’m in love with the Stamparatus. No more struggling with images falling off of their blocks, or digging out the right block size. No more guesswork when trying to line up two-step or three-step images, or […]
In today’s post of Card Making Tips and Techniques we will be talking about Blender Pens. If you have these pens then you know how convenient and easy they are to use for creating a watercolor look. If you haven’t used them and are wondering how to watercolor simply, these pens are for you. I love […]
It’s easy to create a birthday card with just a few shapes, some designer paper, and an awesome birthday card greeting. Here I combined a couple of the bold and graphic patterns included in the Sweet Taffy Designer Paper collection with a greeting from Let Your Hair Down. The vibrant colors and blend of jazzy […]
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Using just one layer is an easy way to make clean and simple cards. I masked off the lower part with some Post-It notes and sponged on some green ink (Pistachio Pudding and Pear Pizzaz) and then added a subtle amount of Soft Sky blue for the sky before stamping the images in Wild Wasabi, […]
It doesn’t have to take a lot of money to make beautiful DIY birthday cards. This handmade card idea cost less than 75 cents in consumable supplies to make, and that’s including sales tax at 9.5%. Awesome! I love the delicate look of the Lovely Lace Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I brayered some Marina Mist […]
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