Hi friends, I have three cards to share in a drive-by post! I'm heading to a card workshop at PaperSource - girls' night out with my CFF (craft friend forever). For the first card, I used my Copic markers to color a rainbow onto some Neenah Solar White cardstock. Then I diecut the stars using … Continue reading Rainbow Maker: Die-cuts and Watercolor
Hi friends, today I have a sweet card that I made for Father's Day using Lawn Fawn's Out of this World set. I was over the moon (hee hee) when I first saw this set - that little astronaut! the wee rocket! the adorable planets! I knew this would be a well loved and often … Continue reading Lawn Fawn Out of this World
Hi friends, I'm super excited to be a guest designer for the June challenge at Where Creativity Meets C9. If you're joining me for the first time, welcome, I'm happy you're here! This month's challenge is all about layers, which I will admit is not my strength. But I love a challenge. For my card, … Continue reading Where Creativity Meets C9 – Challenge Guest
Thank you all for your comments on my last post! I really appreciate all your kind words. Today I have a card that has, ahem, been sitting around for awhile, waiting so patiently to be shared. For this card, I paired the Floral Fill-in stencil and paper with the Say Hello die, all from Concord … Continue reading Hello!
I really enjoy making thank you cards. It's probably my favorite kind of card to make. And since I just celebrated a birthday last month, I had many opportunities to say thank you to my dear friends and family who celebrated with me. I made this card to say thank you to my CFF's (Craft … Continue reading Grateful
It's Friday night and I'm writing this while my husband flips between the NHL draft and the Blue Jays game. It's all sportsball to me, so let's talk about cards. I have been making cards with Concord & 9th's You're My Person set all week. I don't think I've made so many cards with a … Continue reading Obsessed: C9’s You’re My Person
Hi everyone! I have two cards to share with you today, using the Flourish stamp set and Friend Like You die, both from Concord & 9th. For the first card, I stamped the various elements of the Flourish set in light colors onto watercolor paper and then painted over them with gouache paints, building layers to … Continue reading Flourish / Friend Like You