Wednesday, September 21, 2016


Good afternoon to all my visitors!

I love *scene* cards, and Ive been watching tons of videos lately, hoping to learn how to do them.....and it seems to me that really, anything goes!
So I decided to just go for it!

Here's what I came up with.

First I stamped the trees, then without re-inking the stamp I stamped again to make it look as if there are trees in the background.  Then I added the mask for the moon, using a post-it note.  Next, I sponged on the colours, using light blue, denim blue and lavender. Then came the die cut deer and the sentiment, both popped up on dimensionals.  Lastly, I layered with black & pink and added it to a black card.  
The finished card measures approx. 5.25" x 6".

Thanks for popping in today, hope you like what you've seen and I hope you have a *lovely rest of your day*!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Hello Friends!
Hope you are all feeling good today.

I have a new card to show you.   It is a stacked die cut card by Jennifer Mcguire.  I followed Jennifer's video tutorial which you can find here.

I didn't have the same die as Jennifer used, but I think it turned out quite well with this one.  

If you look closely you can see the shimmer on the words, I used *Wink of Stella*

Here you can see how the die cut words are layered.

Thanks for dropping by today!

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Triple Panel Card

Hello Friends!
Hope you are having a nice day.

I tried a different fold for this card....not sure of the name, I've seen it called a triple panel fold card, also a pop out card.  Whatever the name, it's a very fun and easy card to make.  I've included a tutorial below.

  The black polka dot paper is from the *Chalkboard Tableau* stack....a Hot Buy from Michaels.  I stamped the smaller white square with a stampin'Up stamp, sorry, don't know the name of it.
The cute bird is from the *Honeycomb Happiness* set, also from stampin'Up & coloured with Copic markers.  
The sentiment is from the *Wetlands* stamp set.

side view

Here is a quick tutorial.

First, cut card stock to 8" x 5 1/2"

Score at 2" - 3" - 5" - 6"

Fold from the left.... valley - mountain - mountain - valley

Now we can cut the designer paper pieces as shown above...
3 pieces designer paper @  1½" x 5 ¼"
1 piece of card stock @  3½" x 3½"
1 piece designer paper @ 3¼" x 3¼"
1 piece of card stock @ 2⅝" x 2⅝"
1 piece designer paper @ 2½" x 2½"

Glue all the pieces, using whatever glue you prefer to use. I used dimensionals to pop up the top square piece.

Now you can decorate. I cut out a couple of flowers from the designer paper and stamped a sentiment, then popped these up with dimensionals.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit today.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Lavender Thanks!

Good Morning!

A quick post for today.
Here is a clean & simple thank you card.
The papers are from the First Edition *Daydreams* stack.
The die is *Thanks Scallop Border* from Simon Says Stamp.
I popped up the tag, which comes with the papers.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you have a nice day!

Thursday, April 21, 2016

A New Fold!

Hi Friends,

Here's a cute card that I saw on Pinterest.

It is very easy to do and there's a video tutorial here

I don't have a 2" circle punch, so I used my scalloped 2" punch.  It is better to use the straight circle, then it doesn't get caught up when you open your card.

The papers are *Sweet Mint*  by Craftsmith  A *hot buy* from Michaels.  The flower die is *layered flower* from Penny Black. I used dimensionals for each of the 3 flower layers.  The stamp is from Stampin' up.

Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Good morning!

Hope you are having a lovely week!  Mine is good so far, no migraines for over a week now, so that's great!  Well, I have a few cards to show you today....

This is a corner fold card, very easy and quick to make.  
Here's a link to a video tutorial.

Another corner fold card

Here's my latest card.
This one is made using masks for the moon and the hills.

Thats all for today.......hope you'll come back soon.

Bye for now!

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