Stamp Highlight | Sincerely Yours

I always get really excited when I see stamps that are perfect for little scenes. Today I’ve kept it “simple” by using just two main stamp sets – Sincerely Yours and Toasty Friends.  I used the largest Basic Rectangles die to create the front of my card – this ensures that the front is actually... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | My Pet Kitties

Another one layer scene – let me know if you get tired of them! Today it’s featuring the new My Pet Kitties and the gorgeous Happy Chic Wishes. I started the card off by drawing a simple couch on a separate piece of paper and cut it out. Using that as a guide, I placed my kittens... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Zodiac Tiger

Matching the cute bunnies perfectly is the adorable Zodiac Tigers – or fluffy kittens if you like. I decided to make a big pile of them on my card today, stamping them from the bottom up, masking each one before stamping the next. I kept the tigers off to one side, making sure there was room... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Zodiac Rabbit

Aren’t the bunnies from Zodiac Rabbit just too cute?! I can imagine so many great spring and Easter cards using these cubby bunnies, however, I thought I’d do a birthday card for today’s highlight project. I stamped the bunny directly on my card, but if you want to make sure the coloring can’t be seen from... 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 | Snowglobe Bitties

Soo… I love one layer scenes and the Little Agenda stamps… I trust you can imagine the sound I made when I saw the new Snowglobe Bitties stamp set – It’s the perfect set for just that combination! Like all my other one layer scene projects, I started off by stamping “sketches” of where I wanted... Continue Reading →

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