Hi Everyone, and welcome back! Today I’m sharing an adorable mermaid from 7 Kids Craft Store and Sweet November digital stamps’ June release. This lovely is Sparkle Moondrifter, and she actually has two sting ray friends with her, but I’ve just Copic colored her and then fussy cut. There are several other pretty mermaids with… Continue reading Sweet November June Release
Hi Everyone, and welcome back to my crafty blog. I know! Long time, and no crafting. Right? Well, we have been crazy busy the last couple of months finishing Sam’s senior year of high school, and getting ready for graduation. Finally, all of the festivities are over, and I was a crafting fool last week… Continue reading 7 Kids Crafts News!
Hi Everyone, and welcome back to my craft room! Today I’m sharing adorable treat boxes and bags from the Whimsy September Paper Door Kit. These are the final goodies I’ve got to share from this month’s kit, and these might be my favorites! I added the kit Nuvo drops to the front of the takeout… Continue reading Whimsy Paper Door Card Kit
Hi Everyone and welcome back to my craft room! Today I’m sharing the new Whimsy Harvest Wreath rubber stamp paired with the Bold Alphabet dies in an eclipse card. I am obsessed with eclipse cards lately, and I find myself planning new cards every time I see a stamp I like. (Click HERE for another… Continue reading Harvest Wreath Eclipse Card
Hi Everyone! Today I’m sharing the first five cards I’ve created from Simon Says Stamp’s April Card Kit, Beautiful Day. I can’t even tell you how much I adore this set! Seriously, this has to be one of the best! It included a large stamp set (of butterflies – my favorite!), butterfly stencil, Distress Oxide… Continue reading Simon Says Stamp April Card Kit
Hi Everyone and thanks for joining me in the craft room again today! I need to tell you that I have a love/hate relationship with masking techniques. Can I get an Amen? You already know what I mean, right? I adore the artistic layers masking creates in stamped images, but the fussy cutting, product choice,… Continue reading Masking Paper