Stamp Highlight | Peony Bouquet

The new Peony Bouquet stamps are so beautiful all on their own, that they actually don't need any coloring. I thought I would keep this project really simple by keeping the coloring to a minimum and create a grey toned project with the gold Big Birthday Wishes as the pop of color. I started by... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Eggtastic

I adore the bunnies in Eggtastic and really wanted to show some different ways to use some of the new dies as well, which resulted in this fairly simple Easter card. I started off by stamping and coloring in the cute bunny painting the little egg and cut it out using the matching die.  Then I... Continue Reading →

Stampede | February 2021

When I first saw the Lift Flap Grid Cover I knew I simply HAD to make my own little advent calendar with it. (And it’s never too early to get ready for Christmas, right?)  It's basically a countdown to christmas, where you open one flap a day to reveal a small gift, such as chocolate... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Oh Penguin Tree

I adore the new Oh Penguin Tree stamps, they’re just so cute piled up like that! I started by stamping and coloring in the penguins, which is pretty quick, since they’re all basically the same colors. I cut the “tree” out using the matching die. I knew I wanted to use both the Wishes and Family script... Continue Reading →

Stamp Highlight | Little Fox Agenda

Today we’re highlighting one of my favorite stamps sets from the 8th anniversary release – the Little Fox Agenda! I started my project by cutting out the Petite Treat Box from some dark blue cardstock, and the bow pieces from some gold cardstock.  I decided to make some windows in my box – and what better to use... Continue Reading →

Die Highlight | Slim Window Dressing

As soon as I saw the new Slim Window Dressing creative cuts, I knew they’d go super will with the previously released Pretend Play boy and girl. So I started off my card by stamping and coloring in the boy and girl from Prentend Play, and cut them out with the matching dies. For the card base... Continue Reading →

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