Time to party

I recently picked up a ton of helpful cardmaking tips and tricks while watching the videos posted in the “Save the Crafty YouTuber” video hop and decided to put some of those suggestions to the test with this card project. Continue reading


Birthday Wishes

I’m gearing up for a busy holiday season full of cardmaking!  I’ve been brainstorming ideas for my upcoming 2017 Holiday Card Series, but put a pause on that today to create the card below.  This week at work we will be celebrating Halloween and the birthdays of 2 of my coworkers (one of whom was actually born on Halloween!)  I’m anticipating fun times and yummy treats ahead!! Continue reading

I Love Mew

Happy (belated) Mother’s day!  This is the card I made for my mom this year, which features some of her favorite things (cats, roses, and jewelry) and one of my favorite techniques — ink blending! Continue reading


Hello Friend

I recently discovered the Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge thanks to the Altenew Challenge Blog Hop.  I LOVE to use ink blending on my projects and thought this challenge was right up my alley! Continue reading


Sending Hugs

I’ve been trying to do a better job of organizing all of my stamps and craft supplies, and found that I have WAY too many stamps that have never been inked up…I need to remedy this ASAP, and will make more of an effort to reach for my older unused stamps instead of my newest goodies.   Continue reading


2015 Holiday Card Series #6: Christmas Blessings

This next card’s design was heavily inspired by the White Elephant Party card Kristina Werner made for Day 12 of her 2015 Holiday Card Series.  I used the color palette of the current Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge (Color Inspiration). Continue reading


2015 Holiday Card Series #5: Joyful Greetings

This is the third and final Christmas card option I am submitting to my brother for the annual Christmas cards his company sends out to its clients.  He runs a real estate and property management company, so I thought incorporating a house image on the card would be fitting… Continue reading