Happy Wednesday! Today I’m starting the Valentine’s Day Card Series for 2021! Yes, an official series for Valentine’s Day cards! I usually post a few card ideas each year, but I thought it would be fun to pull all of my ideas for 2021 into a series. So here we are!
Hi, all! Today I have a much-delayed video for Mail Call! This video combined both November and December cards. The theme for November was Holiday cards, while the theme for December was Thank You cards. Enjoy!
Hi, everyone! Just stopping by for a quick life update video! :)
NOTE: This post is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp. Thanks, Simon!
Hello, all! Welcome to 2021! This is my first post of the year. :) And I’m here with some card inspiration! This card was definitely a journey–I almost gave up on it, but discovered a fun new technique (to me at least)!
Merry Christmas, crafters and artists! Since it’s Christmas today, I have some lettering with relaxing holiday music. Thank you all for a wonderful holiday season. It has been my joy and honor to once again share my Holiday Card Series with you. Love you all!
Happy Wednesday, everyone! Today I hopped on live at YouTube to share some watercolor trees! Grab your paints, watercolor paper, and a brush, and follow along! (All of my supplies are listed below). Enjoy the replay!
Hello, all! Today marks Day 25 of the Holiday Card Series! For today’s card, I created a mantle scene using Concord & 9th’s Merry Mantle stamps and dies, and Finetec Pearlescent watercolors. Enjoy!
Please note: While it’s the last official day of the series, the fun isn’t ending today! I will still be back on Wednesday, creating live on YouTube at 12pm (Noon) MT. Hope to see you there! :)
Hello, everyone! I’m back for another week of the Holiday Card Series! Today marks Day 22–can you believe we’re that close to Christmas?! Craziness!
Today’s card is simple and bold. The Nordic Ornament stamp set from Colorado Craft Company makes a huge statement! I heat embossed it in white, bleeding off the bottom edge of the card, added a greeting from the stamp set, and then used a white gel pen to add the string and a thin border.