August 25, 2014



Remember this card? I figured I could make good use of the leftover circle from that card. For the sentiment, for the first time I cut out my sentiment stamp!!! Surprised smile I always saw jennifer mcquire do it but was always scared. However for this card I took a bold step and glad that I did!

Cut out always using Zing and then covered it with glossy accents. Colored clear rhinestones using sharpies to make them match the glitter colors.


  • Stamps: Tim Holtz Thoughts and Prayers

August 18, 2014

Congratulations on your new home


This is a gate fold card.


I was looking for a wreath SVG file when I found this. I used the base wreath from there, designed my own door, leaves and flowers. Dotted the center of the flowers with liquuid pearl. It was quite a pain to adhere all the tiny leaves; but it made me happy! Printed the sentiment on vellum.


August 11, 2014

Things that matter most…


The design of this card took a different turn midway. My original idea was to mask an oval and have the flowers and the sentiment in the same layer. With the masking done, I thought it would be nice to emboss the oval using the nestabilities. That my friends was not a good decision. While embossing the oval die was not perfectly centered over the masked oval. So I decided to just cut out the oval. Still happy with the results!

Colored the flowers using spectrum noir markers and white embossed the sentiment.

  • Stamps: Tim Holtz Thoughts and Prayers, Hero Arts Blossom Art
  • White embossing powder, Memento tuxedo black ink.

August 4, 2014

You rocked it



This was quite a simple and fun card to make! For the chalboard effect, I stamped the sentiments in white pigment ink and then went over them with a white pencil. To highlight one sentiment of all, I embossed it in white embossing powder. Then doodled some stas with white pencil.

  • Stamps: LLD Document It – Rock On, Impression Obsession Music background.
  • Distress inks, white embossing powder, white prismacolor pencil, white pigment ink.

July 28, 2014

It’s time to say…


To create the background: dab salty ocean and tumbled glass on Honeycomb embossing folder. Spritz it with water. Emboss a watercolor cardstock using the embossing folder.

Clear embosssed the cuckoo clock. For the alarm clock, stamped it in black on white cardstock and then colored it with Spectrum noir markers. Stamped the sentiment on vellum using Milo’s ABC.

  • Stamps: Hero Arts Cuckoo, Lawn Fawn Milo’s ABC
  • Papertrey ink cardstock, vellum, distress inks, versamark, memento tuxedo black

July 21, 2014

Western themed goodbye


The background was created by sponging barn door, pickled raspberry and dusty concord.

For the sentiment, I cut it out using Zing and then double embossed it in clear embossing powder. Stamped the moon in white pigment ink and went over it with white gel pen. Stamped the cowboy in black and the cactii in walnut stain. Tore same random strips from brown cardstock to create the desert.

  • Waltzingmouse Way out west
  • Zing, Distress Inks, clear embossing powder, white gel pen, white ink

July 17, 2014

Thank you card


To create the background: I sponged the card with Antique Linen first. Then stamped music background with Antique Linen and finally sponged around the edges with Walnut Stain.

Stamped the thank you on brown cardstock and embossed it in gold embossing powder. Distressed the edges using a ruler. Punched a hole and put in an eyelet.

  • Stamps”": Impression Obsession cover a card music, Waltzingmouse Say it loud
  • Distress inks, Papertrey Ink cardstock, gold embossing powder