What happens when you pick your favorite fall cardstock colors of Pumpkin Pie, Cherry Cobbler, Bumblebee and Old Olive and combine them with the Autumn Punch Pack and a whole lot of glue dots?? A little disclaimer....I took the above picture before I used up most of what I had punched to make this: It… Continue reading Autumn Punch Pack – Let’s Make a Wreath!
Month: August 2020
Beautiful Autumn….Will Be Here Soon
I am ready for some cool weather. Fall is coming....even if the only hint of fall is that the stores have started to display all their autumn decorations. And of course I've been looking at the August-December Mini Catalog which is chock full of seasonal stamp sets, ribbons, embellishments and more....everything you need to make… Continue reading Beautiful Autumn….Will Be Here Soon
Boo! There is Magic in This Night Treat Box!
I saw candy corn in my local grocery store this past weekend, which means that fall (and Halloween) are coming! so I don't think it's too early to start making some of these super cute treat boxes! I made this box using a basic design by another demonstrator, Angie Juda,, but hers were much… Continue reading Boo! There is Magic in This Night Treat Box!
Beautiful Autumn Block Stamping
This week I was playing around with the Card Sketch Challenge that I had given my group of stampers. At the beginning of the COVID pandemic, I started giving them a challenge every week....we are now up to Week #20!! And this is the first card that I made: I tried a little block stamping. … Continue reading Beautiful Autumn Block Stamping
Fun Fold – Double Dutch is not just for Jump Ropes
I loved to jump rope when I was younger. It was always a race to get to the jump ropes at recess so we could be first on the playground so we had a space to jump Double Dutch. But Double Dutch is not only for jumping, it also for fun when you are making… Continue reading Fun Fold – Double Dutch is not just for Jump Ropes
Christmas Split Front Cards
I told you in my last post that I was having fun with making these Split Front Cards. Not only is the card design versatile....you can adapt it for many occasions, but so is the Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper I used. You can see and read about the first two cards here: Split Front Cards… Continue reading Christmas Split Front Cards
Split Front Cards with Forever Fern
I am still making cards from the bits and pieces I have accumulated...this time I was looking for a way to use up some of the die cuts I made a few months ago. Who am I kidding, LOTS of die cuts! I have used about one half of these since I did this at… Continue reading Split Front Cards with Forever Fern
Out of the Scraps – Blossoms in Bloom
Last week I shared several cards I made from pieces of partial cards I had thrown in a box on my desk. I finally went through them and made LOTS of cards. Evidently I need to clear our this box more often!I had stamped the flowers on this card using the Blossoms in Bloom Stamp… Continue reading Out of the Scraps – Blossoms in Bloom
Feels like Frost….
Feels like Frost.....only in the back corners of my mind!....we've had record setting temperatures here in Virginia. As I mentioned on Wednesday's post, I cleaned out the bits and pieces of "cards to be" and found the pieces for the card I am sharing today.The paper is part of the Feels Like Frost Designer Series… Continue reading Feels like Frost….
It’s a Green(ery) Day with Forever Fern
When I am making cards and trying to think of different ways to use my papers and stamps, I invariably end up with a bunch of things I stamped, but did not use or pieces of paper, I cut and then decided I had cut the wrong size...or I found another paper I liked better. … Continue reading It’s a Green(ery) Day with Forever Fern