Christmas Cards in closer detail

I’m not a big card maker. In fact, I haven’t made many because I wasn’t always happy with the completed result. Either the cards were super simple or they just didn’t look good enough to hand off to people. This year, I told myself that I would just make as many cards as I could,…

Super simple Thank You Note cards

I am a craft hoarder. With lots of things, admitting is the first step that there is a problem. My stash keeps growing because a) I can’t help myself and buy too much crap and b) I like “saving stuff for something special.” Which that special project, never came. So my nicest stuff was just…

ATCs and Viva Las Vegas Stamps

Experimenting with sprays and pens was a fun way to figure out how these two work best together. I started out just getting out some white card-stock and stamping in black pigment ink these Viva Las Vegas Stamp images. Embossing them helped seal the artwork and freed me from worrying about any ink blurring. Taking…

Vamps and Camp

Most of you know that I am a huge geek.  This is not a secret, nor should it be a shock to anyone that I collect all sorts of horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and pop culture stamps.  Nor should it be a surprise that Halloween is my favorite holiday, bar none.  Growing up with a mom…

Advent Day 24: Moon girl Wreath

I’ve been playing a lot with coloring with distress oxides directly on to the inside of an embossing folder before pressing paper into it. This card has a tea dyed area on white card stock then embossed. Mowed Lawn distress inks was brushed inside the folder. The figure is from Characterconstructions.com and I stamped on…

Advent Day 23: Poinsettia Embossed Card

This double-sided Card has embossed details that have been ink inlaid on the front is an embossed wreath with oxide colors. A poinsettia is punched and glued thru the center.

Advent Day 8: Flip Flop Santa

This simple card was made using Distress Oxides and a Santa from this collection by Blank Page Muse. Used Color Box Archival Black ink and hand colored one image using Tombo markers.