A quick post to share this fun card that I made a bunch of
I grouped them together in sets of 5 with envelopes
Then I tucked them in to a sheet protector and sealed all the sides up using the FuseTool
And the sets are complete. I used the Modern Blooms set by My Favorite Things and was able to make a bunch pretty darn quickly using the MISTI tool.
Such fun with stamping!
I always love a good clean and simple card. And the gals over at Case this Sketch always give fabulous inspiration to get started on one with their challenges. Today’s card was inspired by Sketch #204.
I couldn’t think of a color combo, so I also jumped in to another challenge by My Favorite Things. Their current color challenge is really pretty, so I used it to know what colors to grab for my card.
And here’s the card!
I used Painted Flowers by Altenew and Simply Fab sayings by My Favorite Things (a stamp set I grab frequently!) I brushed a Spectrum Noir glitter pen over the flowers to finish it up.
And a Clean and simple card is finished -with a new favorite color combo added to my list.
Have a happy day
Playing with this Wednesday sketch today by My Favorite Things.
I used the Beautiful Blooms stamp set and I couldn’t resist using some Spring colors! I’m sure it’s because of all the snow and gloomy skies where I live.
I love this stamp set and all the pieces that coordinate so well together. Not just pretty flowers, but long stems and foliage.
Another great thing about the set is how MFT has outlines around the flowers and their coordinating layers. Makes it easy to know what images go perfectly together!
Blueprints die cuts are a staple in my collection and were a must in bringing this card together.
The collection I have from My Favorite Things, really is among my favorite things in my stamp stash!
Have a happy day ☺
I la la la la LOVE this Blooms n Buds set by Reverse Confetti! It was so much fun to play with while making this card. I can see myself using this one tons!
The flowers and their coordinating layers look so cute. And the matching dies just make it all the more awesome and easy to work with!
I love this set by Reverse Confetti! It’s so cute and I couldn’t wait to use it. So for my daughter’s birthday, I took the opportunity to make it into a birthday card
Using zig clean color markers and then adding glitter at the end were perfect for this little ocean scene. I had so fun coloring all the different little ocean pieces.
My daughter loved it!
My Kids’ Creativity
That sweet birthday girl of mine, also sat down to create with me. And I loved what she came up with yet again!
On these cards, she doodled the little images herself. I’m always impressed with her doodling!
Always happy with the time spent stamping!
It was a wonderful Christmas! I had so fun making these cards for parents.
The beautiful paper is from an old Stampin’ Up! stash. Pulling it out and using it, I easily remembered why I loved it so much back when I got it!
The alphabet dies are from My Favorite Things and were so fun to make in to a shaker feature!
My kids creativity
One of my favorite gifts were these beautiful cards that my 15 year old daughter made for my husband and I. Her words we’re filled with gratitude on how special Christmas always is. And to see those words in cards that were so lovely- my heart was so touched.
It was truly a Merry Christmas! And I hope it was for all
I needed two quick thank you cards. So I sat down to my stamp desk and with a few scraps leftover from other cards, I threw these together fast. I love this “fab sayings” stamp set by mft!
One of my favorite things about stamping time, is my kids sitting down with me to create too. Here is one that my 12 year old put together.
I was so impressed with the time she took on the details and did her own shading and everything!
Got the love of stamping in this house!