Stamp Highlight | Zodiac Snake

I’ve used the adorable Zodiac Snake and the Turner Surprise dies for a fun interactive Lunar New Year envelope. I started off cutting out my Turner Surprise parts – the tabbed circle from red cardstock and the scallop circle from Copic friendly cardstock. I also cut the Fortune Envelope from the same red cardstock and... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Corner Flowers

I LOVE the new Corner Flowers stamps – once I started stamping and coloring them I almost couldn’t stop!For my card today I’ve added the flowers to some geometric shapes for a clean modern design. I can’t wait to repeat it in my scrapbooking with a picture added as one of the geometric shapes.  To... Continue Reading →

Designer Series | November 2019

Hello! Mette Witus here today showng this simple card featuring the new Cherry Blossom Branch stamps.  You only need 5 tings for this card and a stamping tool or block.  Cherry Blossom Branch StampsBlack Copic Safe inkNeenah cardstock (or other cardstock for copics)One copic marker (I used R89) Optional: A pencil and eraser I started by... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Mini Merry Messages

When I realized the new Mini Merry fit perfectly inside the previously released Little Agenda Frames, I simply had to make these tags! I stamped the Little Agenda Frames on gold cardstock and heat embossed it in white, and on white cardstock and heat embossed it in gold. Then I stamped the Mini Merry Messages sentiments... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Paola’s Wishes

Today’s project combines two of my favorite things: Mama Elephant floral and script sentiments. I started off my tags by stamping and coloring the flowers from Pine and Posy, then die cut them using the matching dies.  Then I cut my tags from grey cardstock using the Artist Mat tag die, using the die as a... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Peonies In Bloom

I LOVE my floral stamps – and most of all peonies – so you can imagine my joy when I saw the new Peonies in Bloom stamp set, it’s just so gorgeous!  As you saw in my stampede project, they look beautiful with just the outline – but I thought I’d try the opposite with... Continue Reading →

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