Today I'm sharing a tip on how to use scraps on a card. Dig into your stash, find colors in a single color family like blue, red, pink, or yellow. Cut them up and fashion them like the card
I hope you had a good weekend. Bruce and I are still spending our time checking on the house, but that's about it. More time for me to stamp and make projects to share with you though – and
I'm excited to show you how to make a layered die thank you card today! This card uses LOTS of products from the new Poppie Moments Suite in the all-new mini catalog from Stampin' Up!
I knew this new die
A few weeks ago I needed some thank you cards for both a gift and customers. I find the easiest way to get these done quickly with lots of color and minimal stamping is to use designer series paper.
We had a fun time on Friday making some quick note card with paper from the Memorable Mosaic Bundle. The paper is gorgeous and much of it is clear embossed so the images really pop!
Today I'm sharing easy layering for any card. You will find all the dimensions below. I'm sure by now you recognized the greeting as this is a great go-to Thank You greeting from the Gala Butterfly stamp set. The
This triangle fold thank you card is the first of many new product sneak peeks for you. Today I am showing off the Bird Ballad designer series paper and coordinating bundle. If you're on my email list – you'll
This stepped up buffalo check thank you card only needs two extra ingredients. First you need a complimentary color marker – in my case I chose Gorgeous Grape. You also need a ruler or straight edge of some kind.