Welcome! Today's cards feature a very simple technique that gives great results. Lately I have been in a phase where I am loving kraft cardstock on my cards. I love the natural look they bring to a project, so I decided to try a little colored pencil coloring on these images. I made two cards … Continue reading Using Colored Pencils on Kraft Cardstock
This new set from Brutus Monroe, TEA TIME, is so fun with all the stacks of mugs, teapots, and lovely sentiments! I chose to keep the coloring simple and pair these images with some backgrounds created with a few EMBOSSING FOLDERS from Brutus Monroe, as well. For my first card, I colored this fun stacked … Continue reading Tea Time + Backgrounds with Embossing Folders
Welcome back! I've been making more of a focus on my blog and YOUTUBE to highlight certain card-making techniques lately. I am so grateful to the craft bloggers who have helped me learn this craft, that I hope to give back to anyone else who might be looking to learn more, as well! I hope … Continue reading Tips on Ink Blending + Brutus Monroe’s Balloon Animals Stamp Set
How fun is this new set from BRUTUS MONROE? The TOPSY CAKES stamp set is full of cake images and fun sentiments that makes it perfect for birthday or special occasion cards. I always need more birthday cards, so I created two with this set. One is pretty and feminine, the other a bit more … Continue reading Building a Shaker Card with the Topsy Cakes Stamp Set!
We can never have enough birthday cards, right? I like to try to send a card to all my loved ones throughout the year. When I saw these new stamps from BRUTUS MONROE, I immediately loved them! They're so fun and make fabulous birthday cards that I can't wait to send to my nieces and … Continue reading Monster Birthday Cards with Brutus Monroe!
When I first entered the world of craft blogging a few years ago, I had NO IDEA what ATCs were! I quickly learned how quick and fun they are to create and swap, so I thought I'd write up a little post about them to explain a little bit about what they are and how … Continue reading ATCs with Kindred Stamps