Thankful Squirrels

As I was flipping through my Lawn Fawn stamp sets last week my gaze stopped on the oversized acorn from Into the Woods and I immediately thought of the saber-toothed squirrel (?) from the Ice Age movies…And thus the inspiration for this card was born! Continue reading


Thank Mew

I got my crafting mojo back BIG TIME this past weekend!  I’ve been finding it hard to find enough craft time on the weekends to complete cards (I’m a slow crafter, lol) but I think I’ve discovered what will work best for me — Continue reading

Thanks so much

One can never have too many thank you cards, especially with the holidays upon us!!   I decided to play along with the current My Favorite Things’ Sketch Challenge and make a clean and simple thank you card: Continue reading


Give Thanks

I originally had this card idea for my 2016 Holiday Card Series (using last year’s Simon Says Stamp/Lawn Fawn collaboration stamp set Merry Christmouse), but decided to switch it up and instead make a thank you card for my cousins who are hosting us for Thanksgiving this year.  I am playing along with the current Lawnscaping Challenge: Continue reading



I recently returned from a family vacation in Germany and needed a card to give to my cat-sitter.  I just received a complimentary “Danke” stamp with my last Lawn Fawn order and was happy to be able to put it (along with my new Lawn Fawn goodies) to use so soon! Continue reading


Sending You a Latte Thanks

One of my card-making goals for 2016 is to make multiple cards in one sitting.  I tend to only make cards for a specific person or purpose (i.e.: birthday, wedding) and the box I keep my extra cards in is pretty empty now that the holiday season is over. Continue reading


Thank You

My card-making process usually goes something like this: mull over a card design during the work week, then spend a minimum of two hours on a weekend day off to execute the idea. (A LOT of trial and error goes on during my card-making sessions!) This week I decided to make two cards at once because I couldn’t decide on a color scheme… Continue reading