Happy to Call you Friend #waffleflowercrafts #winnieandwalter


I wanted to try out my new Waffle Flower Pattern Play stamp along with my Misti. I used a variety of pigment, chalk and dye inks and this is the final result.

I stamped onto a separate panel of cardstock and adhered it to the card base with my Thermoweb Memory Tape Runner. For my sentiment, I used the Winnie & Walter Big, Bold and Happy stamp set to emboss the greeting in Ranger Embossing Powder – Liquid Powder. I found some blue enamel dots [embellishments] at the Dollar Tree. I glued them down with Tombow Mono Multi Glue.





Video+Giveaway: Virginia’s View Challenge – Valentine’s Day Card


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Hello, crafty friends! Today I’m so excited to share a Valentine’s Day card that I made for the Virginia’s View challenge as a guest designer this month. For this challenge, no matter how much glitter is on your project, a pinch, a few sprinkles or full-on glitter…we want to see them all!


I started by blending three shades of pink on a white cardstock using blending tools and Altenew Crisp Inks: Frosty Pink, Cotton Candy, and Coral Berry. Then I created subtle stamped background by stamping the outline images from the Beautiful Day stamp set. After that, I added gold glitter strips on both side of my card using some extra fine gold glitter and 5 mm Scor-Tape.


To create my own glitter heart, I covered a piece of white cardstock with Scor-Tape and die cut a heart using the retired heart die from Stamping’ UP. Then I sprinkled some…

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#LAWNFAWN Pizza My Heart stamp set


I was super excited to receive the new Lawn Fawn Pizza my heart stamp set in the mail yesterday.


I had some major inspiration from Kristina Werner. I wanted to try creating a small stack of pizza boxes (with masking) and a sentiment – something somewhat simple and straightforward.

  • I used my Target watercolor pad to stamp several pizza boxes with a post-it as my masking paper.
  • I used my Tombow dual brush set in Groovy to color in the boxes – trying my hand at blending out the brown with the blending pen.
  • I stamped a few hearts with Tsukineko Memento Dew Drop Chalk ink in Lady Bug.
  • I had to break out the post-its again for stamping the sentiment because I wanted the word slice to be in red (combination of Hero Arts shadow ink royal red and Tsukineko Memento Dew Drop Chalk ink in Lady Bug).
  • I made a card base with some Recollections Heavy Weight 110lb cardstock. I adhered a piece of green pattern paper with my Tombow Stamp runner and then attached that card panel to the base.
  • I had some smudges so I broke out the green sequins, used some Glossy Accents on the hearts & I was done.




If you aren’t aware there is a campaign gaining much popularity right now and it includes providing cards to women touched by miscarriage. This charity plans to send the handmade cards that are sent in along with the book “You are the Mother of all Mothers” by Angela Miller.

I was instantly interested and wanted to participate.



If you’d like to participate go ahead and visit Jennifer McGuire’s page and all of the info is right here.

TOMBOW BRAND AMBASSADOR 2016 – dual brush pen watercolors



So I am officially a 2016 Tombow Brand Ambassador!


Part of my 2016 Craft resolutions was to try new techniques that I would initially shy away from. Cue watercoloring! I picked up a set of Tombow dual brush pens Craft Collection in the color set Groovy.


I picked up a watercolor paper pad from Target and decided to try a Emboss then color technique. I used my JustRite Choose Joy stamp set to stamp a sentiment and embossed with Ranger super fine detail white powder. I literally scribbled a red, orange and yellow marker across the sentiment and used a Ranger mini misting bottle to squirt water all over the image.  All of the colors began to move and the results were AWESOME.

I used a Sizzix circle framelit to cut out the sentiment and a card base, adhered it onto the pink card base and I..AM..DONE! I am super excited to try more watercolor techniques with these markers. I think the next will be creating a card panel with an embossing folder and coloring it. Wish me luck!

wc attempt


I LOVE COFFEE- CARD (Taylored Expressions)

coffee card


I discovered a new stamp store and I took crazy advantage since she was having a 25% off sale. I must say that Vanessa (Butterfly Reflections Ink) has an awesome turn around. Her processing was fast and she used Priority Mail – UPS Surepost and Fedex SmartPost make my stomach hurt.


I used a Heidi Swap set of printed papers  to die cut the coffee cup from the Taylored Expressions Joe to go Stamp/Die set. I used my Lawn Fawn large rectangle die set to cut out a piece of purple Recollections cardstock (65lb). I also die cut the other coffee cup pieces plus a rectangle for my sentiment from the same Recollections cardstock stack. Pretty straight forward prep and now all I have to do is assemble the card.

I used Versafine onyx black ink to stamp the smoke plume and coffee bean. I then used my Ranger Ink blue ribbon dye ink pad to stamp the sentiment. I adhered the elements and the card panel to the base and used my Tombow Mono Multi glue to glue down my sequins AND BOOM. Done.