April 23, 2017
Oh.my.goodness…I almost overlooked this super fun stamp set!
It is so easy to make a really festive card!
You just stamp the cake layer images, overlay some of them and voila- instant fun!
And, it not only has images but also WORDS to play with, too!
You could even mix and match the words and cake layers.
A great way to finish off the inside is by punching out some candles with the Candle Border punch.
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…
Ink Refill Roundup!
at Craft Project Central
created by Michelle Wecksler
Sometimes the most beautiful cards can be created with the simplest of supplies. In this tutorial, you will learn to use your Classic Stampin’ Ink Refills in new and creative ways. This Ink Refill Roundup Set includes a beautiful collection of ink-decorated tissue papers, a set of four abstract art cards and a case that is perfect for storing your cards and your ink-decorated tissue papers! This is a fun project for adults and kids alike. Let’s put those ink refills to some creative use and allow our inner abstract artist to come out and play!!!!!
April 16, 2017
Check out this project on April’s Craft Project Central line-up:
Princess Birthday Party Pack created by Monika Davis
What little girl wouldn’t want their own crown and magic wand on their birthday? This is your chance to learn how to make a sweet little crown that could double as a table decoration, a wand, a small gift bag and a birthday card… all fit for a princess. Jazz up your creations with butterflies and tulle to make her birthday magical.
April 15, 2017
I played along with the sketch at Creating Pretty Cards Challenge #70 over at
Craft Project Central.
You can play along and get a chance to win a free month’s subscription of your choice.
I am prepping for a Cool Treats Bundle Class soon and
had some of this and some of that left over with cutting the Tasty Treats DSP so I used it up!
I love when every little scrap is used:)
*The sentiment comes for the 2017 SAB Designer Tee stamp set.
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…
April 13, 2017
So sad to see the Nailed It bundle gone but those who have it can make this fun gift card holder!
I used the Serene Scenery DSP for the background on the front. I knew as soon as I saw the stamp set
come out that I wanted to use that parquet wood paper!
The inside uses the B.Y.O.P. stamp set- such a great stamp set!
And it is retiring- perfect for gift card holders!
To make the base of the card, start with a 4-1/4″ x 11″ piece of cardstock. Score at 4-1/2″, 5-1/2″ and 6-1/2″ on the 11″ side. Fold it as shown in the photo. Adhere the two folds together along where the folds are touching the table in the photo. Keep the adhesive close to the folds as photo A shows. Slide the Classic Label Punch in the middle of the top tented where the gift slot is located as seen in photo B. You will need to slide the punch about 1/8″ to the left and the to the right side of the initial punch so the gift card will fit.
I hope you will try making one of these simple holders to surprise someone who opens it!
If you do, send me a pic- I love to see what you are doing!
Thanks for buzzing by, friend…Product List