I love the Lawn Fawn Winter Alpaca stamp set as the sentiment always makes me smile. I went to a farm park with my nieces recently, and we saw some alpacas. I told them about the sentiment and it made them laugh too, so I thought I would make cards for them featuring the winter… Continue reading Alpaca My Scarf Shaker Cards
I love this months challenge at Seven Hills Crafts. Spotlighting is such a fun technique and can be used in many ways to make a great card. For my design team inspiration card, I chose the Lawn Fawn Out of this World stamp set and used one of my galaxy backgrounds that I made a… Continue reading Seven Hills Crafts September 2017 Challenge
When I saw the WOW glow in the dark embossing powder, I just had to get some to make cards for my nieces and nephew. This embossing powder is perfect paired with the Lawn Fawn Upon a Star stamp set. I actually made 4 of these cards, and worked on all of them at the… Continue reading Upon A Star Glow In The Dark
I thought it would be fun to make a treasure map card, that opens out to reveal the treasure inside. I began with a piece of white card, measuring 8 1/2 inches wide by 5 1/2 inches tall. I then scored two vertical lines at 2 1/8 in on both sides of the width of… Continue reading Treasure Map Fold Out Card
Aren't these cats the cutest! When I get a new stamp set, I usually stamp and colour lots of the images so I have some ready when I want to make a card with them. I used copic markers to colour the cats like my own, and chose three for this card. I die cut… Continue reading Meow You Doin’?
Today I'm sharing the pop-up box card I've made for my niece's 4th birthday. I was inspired by one of her favourite Disney princesses, Sleeping Beauty. I first stamped, coloured and cut out lots of images from the Lawn Fawn Fairy Friends stamp set. As Lawn Fawn don't have a fairytale set (hint hint, Lawn… Continue reading Sleeping Beauty Box Pop-Up Card
Jelly Beans are just perfect for a celebration card. They look like they are jumping for joy!I used the Lawn Fawn How You Bean shaker companion die set to make this a shaker card. I stamped and coloured lots of jelly beans, then stamped the wonderfully fun faces on them to give them all characters.… Continue reading Yippee for Jelly Beans!
I wanted to create a layered card but keep the dimension to a minimum, so it's easy to mail. I've used circles to create scenes within layers. This is a small card, so I only have 3 layers (two plus the card base). The bigger the card, the more layers you can use, but obviously… Continue reading Duh-Nuh Circle Scene Card
We have a sketch challenge over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog this month. There is still time to play along, for a chance to win a £20 voucher to the store.For my inspiration card, I kept pretty much to the sketch and opted for a masculine card this time.I used a MFT rounded stitched… Continue reading Seven Hills Crafts July 2017 Challenge
Hello, I have another box card to share today. I began this new baby box card by creating the pieces to go inside it. I die cut two MFT Stitched Rainbows, as I wanted a rainbow on both sides. As I needed a smaller rainbow to fit within the box card, I only used the… Continue reading Rainbow Baby Box Card