I used products from Lil Inker Designs. I miss their cute products! I wish they were still around. But I love my little stash and will always keep it
Aren’t these little critters just adorable?! I colored them with alcohol markers and put them on a that cute Lil Inker tag
I love that cute heart die as the background. It’s also Lil Inker and it is actually two pieces! The open dots are a separate piece so if it’s not used, it’s just the cute stitched crooked heart. So fun! I’m a firm believer in keeping the supplies I love and pulling them out to be used!
Tomorrow I will post a video of this card coming together over on my Instagram. Go check it out to watch the fun process with these dies!
Thanks so much for visiting and I hope you all have a wonderful week 🙂
Hi everyone! I’m here today with a tall, sparkly, slimline card. I’m playing with the Happy Little Stampers current challenge by using lots of die cuts
I used the “Lets Go Skating” stamps by Catherine Pooler. I love these winter branches with berries as well as the wintry pinecones. And of course everything is glittery glittery!
The white glitter paper is stitched around the edges with the “Post This” slimline die, also by Catherine Pooler. The wonky stitched oval is by My Favorite Things
With Nuvo drops to accent the white and some glitter dots to give interest around the foliage, this card was complete
Happy Winter to everyone! I wish everything was white and blue and sparkly like this card. But unfortunately it’s just all dirty leftover snow and dead trees, grass, and bushes. It’s ok though! All part of winters where I live 🙂
Hi everyone! I have a fun shaker card today using the fun color inspiration from the current Lawn Fawnatics challenge!
I loved playing around and seeing what I could come up with. I also wanted to incorporate the challenge at Simon Says Stamp “Let it Snow” – using Lawn Fawn products.
Here’s what I came up with!
I used the “Ready Set Snow” stamp set by Lawn Fawn and I just love those cute little snowmen!
I filled the bottom of this cute little snowy scene with snowflake sequins
And I put this cute little setup on an ink blended and splattered piece of card stock that I die cut using the Simon stitched rectangles. I added a matching envelope and this card is ready to get in the mail!
If you head to my Instagram, I have a quick video there of this card coming together! Thank you for stopping to see it today!
Hello! Happy Monday! We already get a fun new challenge from Double Trouble
I was in the mood to make a shaker and I love my new birch trees die by Catherine Pooler. And Thing 1 is wanting to see a die cute! So I cut it and glittered it up and made it the front of the shaker
I used a LOT of sequins. Honestly, it was almost my whole little jar of Christmas Cove sequins! Thing 3 says “tie it up” so I tied some sheer ribbon from behind the panel up by the sentiment.
And that sentiment is cut using my Cricut! Thing 2 has challenged us to play along with Bitten By the Bug 2 – and they are asking us to use a cut that is from a machine. I used the Jasmine Cricut cartridge and then shaded the letters with some distress ink.
And that’s my card for today! I’m looking forward to making several different cards this week and hope you will swing by and visit.
Thing 2 always likes to see us partner with another challenge.
Heart2Heart has a theme of “Eat Drink and be Merry” to get the spirit of Winter holidays going. (Can you believe we are a day away from December?!) So they were a fun one to join up with for my inspiration
And with all that fanciness, my card was finished!
Thank you for stopping by to visit! I hope you will head to Double Trouble and share the card you are working on right now. We’d love to see it!