I am sharing a card using the new All About the Boos set from Sassy & Crafty, and showing a new transparent coloring technique! Come check it out!
Hello Everyone! I don't believe I'm alone in saying this, but I just find raccoons to be so dang cute! Mind you, I always keep a considerable distance from them, but if I see them walking around outside I just can't help but get all excited (you know, as long as they aren't tearing up... Continue Reading →
Hands up if you or someone you know loves your morning cup of coffee? This card I made using the new Latte Coffee Sentiments set by i-Crafter will give everyone their crafty coffee fix!
Boo! It's time for the i-Crafter September Release! Check out this post where I show off the new Tunnel Card, Halloween die set, and how it makes just the perfect little spooky scene!
Olé! And we're off to Spain! I am so excited to be sharing a pair of projects using the newest edition of the Kindred Stamps Travel Series- Spain!
It's the 25th of the month, and that means it's time for another Crafty Christmas Club Blog Hop! Today, I am sharing up a non-traditional Christmas card which mashes up some of my favorite Lawn Fawn sets to a truly out of this world project! This set uses the following Lawn Fawn sets: Winter Village-... Continue Reading →
Alright, it's time to get down to crafty business, and share my collection of projects using the new Strength & Honor set by Kindred Stamps, part of their August Release!
There is a new Distress Color coming in a few days, and I thought it would be fun to rank all the current colors available within the Distress Oxide Collection!
Today I am sharing a Birthday Card that I made using the Bearly Happy Birthday set by Sassy & Crafty! So let's get beary excited and check out how I made this project!
Hello Everyone! Today, I'm sharing a project using the Hello Summer set by Kindred Stamps, and I'm sharing a technique I used to reduce the amount of layers needed for this project! I stamped out my Snorkel Dog and Floatie Panda using my MISTI and Gina K Amalgam Ink. Using Copic Markers, I colored up... Continue Reading →