Hello friends! Today I have a card that I made for a couple of friends who recently got married. I actually don't have many (or any) wedding stamp sets, so I wasn't sure what I'd use, but when I was flipping through my stamp binders, I noticed that the Bicycle Built for You set from … Continue reading Lawn Fawn: Bicycle Built For You
Hi friends! Today I have a one-layer card that uses masking, ink blending, and no-line coloring techniques. For this card, I used the Sweet Sloths stamp set from My Favorite Things. I am obsessed with sloths, btw. They always seem so happy! Anyway, I started off by creating a square mask using some scrap paper … Continue reading MFT Sketch Challenge #378: Sweet Sloths
I'm just going to apologize right now, because this post is like a love letter to Waffle Flower. I am obsessed with every stamp and die set they produce. I adore the illustrators they work with. Who's got two inky thumbs and a huge stack of bright yellow stamp packaging? This gal. The card I'm … Continue reading Would you like some kit-tea?
I thought I would wait a couple of days before sharing my next card, but I wanted to play this card in the MFT sketch challenge (#373) and what do you know, it closes tomorrow! Oh darn, I guess I'll just have to go ahead and share it now 🙂 Here's my card: For this … Continue reading MFT: Somebunny I love
Hi friends! How about some otters today? (I would like some otters every day, please and thank you!) I have a birthday card using the Otterly Love You set from My Favorite Things. Trying to keep this CAS, I settled on just using a single otter. In keeping with my no-line tradition, I stamped the … Continue reading MFT: Otterly Great Birthday
Hello friends! At any given moment, it's likely that I'm borrowing some stamp sets from my CFF (craft friend forever) Denise, and she's usually borrowing something from me. For awhile, my husband was our connection (he worked with Denise), carrying supplies back and forth in what we called The Magic Backpack. Unfortunately The Magic Backpack … Continue reading MFT: Fairy Happy