Saturday, May 23, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Decorative Masks


Hello everyone! It's time for another blog hop from the Create with Connie and Mary design team! This week we are featuring designs that were created using the Decorative Masks or inked embossing folders. I am your stop right after the fabulous Debbie Henderson!

I got these decorative masks a while ago but haven't ever really used them. So this hop was the perfect time to pull them out and create! And can I just say that these are so much FUN!! Why didn't I use them sooner? Anyway, I kept this design pretty simple to show off the masking technique.

  • Card base is Hello Honey
  • Use the stars mask from the Hearts and Stars pack to create the background using a sponge dauber and Hello Honey ink
  • Create a long banner from Lost Lagoon card stock and adhere to the card base
  • Stamp the image from the Perfect Pennants stamp set onto a piece of Soft Sky card stock using Lost Lagoon ink and cut out using the Banners framelits
  • Tie a piece of white baker's twine around the banner and adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Stamp the image again onto a piece of Whisper White card stock using Watermelon Wonder ink and cut out the middle part then adhere to banner using dimensionals
That's it! Time to send you on to see what the fabulous Connie Babbert has created for you! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a super weekend!




Card Recipe: Stamps- Perfect Pennants; Paper- Hello Honey, Soft Sky, Lost Lagoon, Whisper White; Ink- Lost Lagoon, Watermelon Wonder, Hello Honey; Accessories- white baker's twine, Banners framelits, Hearts and Stars decorative masks, sponge dauber, dimensionals

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Control Freaks Blog Tour: New Product!


Hello everyone! It's time for another blog tour with the Freaks! This month we are featuring products from the new catalog that will debut on June 2! I am your stop right after the fabulous Heidi Boos! So sit back and enjoy the tour!!

While I did get a couple of new stamp sets, I took the time to show off the new colors! They are just so yummy!! So here are two very simple cards!

  • Card base is Tip Top Taupe
  • Stamp the background image from You've Got This onto the card base using Tip Top Taupe
  • Stamp the greeting from Crazy About You onto a piece of Mint Macaron using Bermuda Bay ink
  • Tie a piece of Mint Macaron dotted lace trim around the panel and adhere to card base using dimensionals
  • Stamp the flower images from the Crazy About You stamp set onto a piece of Whisper White using Delightful Dijon and punch out using the scallop circle punch then adhere the bottom one to the Mint Macaron panel and the top one using dimensionals
  • Add pearls to flower centers
My second card is much brighter and so much fun! 


  • Card base is Cucumber Crush
  • Adhere a piece of Cherry on Top designer paper to the card base
  • Stamp the greeting from the Crazy About You stamp set onto a piece of Pool Party using Bermuda Bay ink
  • Tie a piece of Whisper White cotton ribbon around the panel and adhere to card base
  • Cut a banner from Whisper White and adhere to card
  • Use the Bitty Butterfly punch to punch butterflies from Watermelon Wonder, Crushed Curry and Bermuda Bay card stock and adhere them to the banner with glue dots
  • Add rhinestones to butterfly bodies
And there you have it! A little sneak peek into some of the new products that will be in the upcoming catalog! It's now time to send you on to see what the super talented Mindy Backes has created! Thanks for stopping by!


Sunday, May 17, 2015

The Stamp Review Crew: Four Feathers


Hello everyone! It's time for another fabulous blog hop from The Stamp Review Crew! Today we will be showing you some great ideas using the Four Feathers stamp set! I am your stop after the super talented Lisa Young! What an inspiration she is!

I am sad that this set will not be in the new catalog. While I haven't played with this set much, it is so versatile and easy to use with the coordinating framelits! Here's what I created!

  • Card base is Whisper White
  • Run a piece of Soft Sky through the Big Shot using the Large Polka Dots embossing folder and adhere to card base
  • On a piece of Whisper White stamp the large feather image from the Four Feathers stamps set using Blackberry Bliss ink and stamp the greeting from the Something to Say on the panel using Blackberry Bliss ink, too
  • Stamp the large splotch stamp from Gorgeous Grunge onto the panel using Soft Sky ink and the smaller splotches using Smoky Slate ink then adhere panel to card with dimensionals
  • Stamp the smaller feather images onto a piece of Whisper White using Old Olive and Smoky Slate inks and cut out using the coordinating Feathers framelits
  • Adhere the smaller feathers together and then to the card with dimensionals
  • Thread a piece of linen thread through a silver basic metal button and tie a bow then adhere to card
It's time to send you on to the super talented Tanya Boser! I know that you will be inspired by what she has created! Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!



Card Recipe: Stamps- Four Feathers, Gorgeous Grunge; Paper- Whisper White, Soft Sky; Ink- Blackberry Bliss, Smoky Slate, Old Olive, Soft Sky; Accessories- Feathers framelits, Large Polka Dot embossing folder, linen thread, silver basic metal button, dimensionals


Saturday, May 16, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Punch Art


Hello everyone! It's time for another Create with Connie and Mary Saturday blog hop! This week we are featuring ideas that use punch art! I am your stop right after the fabulous Debbie Henderson

I had pinned this idea of a punch art wrench a while ago. When I looked to see how to make this wrench, I realized that a few of the punches used were now retired. That meant that I had to do a few revisions and this is what I came up with!


I was really happy with how fast and easy this all came together!

  • Card base is Smoky Slate
  • Run a piece of Basic Black card stock through the Big Shot using the Zig Zag embossing folder and adhere to card base
  • To make the wrench you need these punches: Word Window and 1 3/4" circle punches (makes the top part of the wrench) and 7/8" scallop circle punch and 1 3/8" circle punches (makes the bottom part of the wrench) and a strip to make the middle part of the wrench
  • All pieces of the wrench were punched from Smoky Slate card stock and then sponged with Smoky Slate ink then adhere the pieces together to make the wrench and adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Stamp the greeting from Guy Greetings onto a piece of Whisper White using Tuxedo black Momento ink and the tools image using Smoky Slate ink then flag the end and adhere to card
I meant to add a few silver mini brads but got so excited about how the card was coming together that I totally forgot! Lol!! Time to send you on to see what the fabulous Connie Babbert has created! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!



Card Recipe: Stamps- Guy Greetings; Paper- Smoky Slate, Basic Black, Whisper White; Ink- Tuxedo black Momento ink, Smoky Slate; Accessories- 1 3/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, 7/8" scallop circle punch, Word Window punch, sponge, Zig Zag embossing folder, dimensionals


Saturday, May 9, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Watercolor Wash


Hello everyone! It's another Saturday blog hop with the Create with Connie and Mary team! This week we are featuring cards made using the Watercolor Wash technique! I am your stop right after the fabulous Debbie Henderson

I love the watercolor look but I don't do it very often. So this was a little out of my comfort zone. But here is what I came up with!



  • Card base is Lost Lagoon
  • On a piece of watercolor paper use an aqua painter to coat the stamped area with water
  • From the lid of the Lost Lagoon and Pear Pizzazz stamp pads, pick up ink with the aqua painter and randomly add the ink to the wet paper and let it bleed into each other
  • After the ink has dried, stamp the coral image from By the Tide using black StazOn ink and stamp the greeting from Guy Greetings using the same ink (I used a black journaling pen to color in the letters)
  • Adhere the stamped panel to a piece of Basic Black card stock then adhere to the card using dimensionals
  • Stamp the fish image onto a piece of Very Vanilla using Lost Lagoon ink and cut out
  • Adhere a piece of linen thread that has been looped several times to the back of the fish and then adhere to card with dimensionals
I hope you are inspired to give this great technique a try! So many beautiful color combinations and fun ways to make a beautiful card! Now it's time to send you on to Connie Babbert's blog to see her beautiful creation! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!



Card Recipe: Stamps- By the Tide, Guy Greetings; Paper- Lost Lagoon, Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Watercolor paper; Ink- black StazOn, Lost Lagoon, Pear Pizzazz; Accessories- aqua painter, black journaling pen, linen thread, dimensionals



Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Hello Sunshine Tag

Hello everyone! I hope your week is going super! I'm so excited that today is the last day for this week! I will have a few days off and I am hoping to get some fun things accomplished! We are counting the days till summer break! Woohoo!! One more full week and then three days! But we need to get through the day that is before us. So here's to today!

Today's card was one I created for a swap I was in this past month. I was inspired by another card I had seen that used the white ink with the Woodgrain stamp on Crumb Cake card stock. I love that look!

  • Card base is Crumb Cake
  • On a piece of Crumb Cake stamp the Hardwood background stamp using Whisper White craft ink then adhere to card base
  • Create a tag from Whisper White and punch the top using the Ornate tag topper punch
  • Fold a small strip of Mossy Meadow card stock in half and adhere to top of tag
  • Stamp the leaf image from Crazy About You onto the tag using Mossy Meadow ink
  • Stamp the greeting using Early Espresso ink then adhere tag to card with dimensionals
  • Stamp the flower onto a piece of Whisper White using Hello Honey ink and punch out using the Flower Medallion punch and adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Punch the flower center from Early Espresso card stock using the 7/8" scallop circle punch and adhere to flower center using dimensionals
  • Thread a piece of linen thread through a gold basic metal button and tie a bow then adhere to flower center
Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Crazy About You, Hardwood background; Paper- Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Mossy Meadow, Whisper White; Ink- Whisper White craft, Hello Honey, Mossy Meadow, Early Espresso; Accessories- Ornate tag topper punch, Flower Medallion punch, 7/8" scallop circle punch, linen thread, dimensionals

Sunday, May 3, 2015

The Stamp Review Crew: Butterfly Basics


Hello everyone! It's time for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop! This time we are featuring the beautiful set, Butterfly Basics! I am your stop right after the fabulous Cindy Beach

I just love this gorgeous and elegant set! I came up with a super easy card with the help of a sketch from Sketch Frenzy Friday! And I tried to use just the stamps. So here's what I came up with!

  • Card base is Pear Pizzazz
  • Stamp the fern image from the Butterfly Basics stamp set onto the card base using Pear Pizzazz ink (stamp the image several times without reinking)
  • Stamp the dotted line image using Early Espresso ink
  • Stamp the greeting using Pear pizzazz ink
  • Stamp the butterfly image onto a piece of Whisper White using Blushing Bride ink and cut out using the Butterfly thinlits and adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Thread a piece of linen thread through a basic metal button and tie a bow then adhere to butterfly
Time to send you on to see what the super talented Rochelle Blok has created! I know you will be inspired! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!



Saturday, May 2, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Bokeh Technique


Hello everyone! It's time for another fun and fabulous blog hop from the Create with Connie and Mary team! Today we are featuring cards that use the Bokeh technique. I am your stop after the fantabulous Debbie Henderson! She is always such an inspiration! 

I have always enjoyed and admired cards that use the Bokeh technique but have never given it a try. So this blog hop was good for me to get myself hooked on this technique! Love it! And it really is super easy! I wanted to do more of a masculine look so here is what I came up with.

  • Card base is Crumb Cake
  • On a piece of Very Vanilla, sponge Soft Suede, Crumb Cake and Sahara Sand all over in a random pattern
  • Take a piece of scrap card stock and use various sizes of circle punches and punch the scrap paper to use as a template
  • Using the template and a Whisper White craft pad and sponge dauber, sponge Whisper White ink in a random pattern using various sizes of circles
  • Let it dry
  • Adhere panel to card base
  • Stamp the car image from Guy Greetings onto a piece of Crumb Cake using Tuxedo black Momento ink and punch out using the 2 1/2" circle punch then sponge edges using Soft Suede ink then adhere to card using dimensionals
  • Stamp the first part of the greeting onto a strip of Crumb Cake using Tuxedo black Momento ink and flag both ends then adhere to circle
  • Stamp the second part of the greeting using Tuxedo black Momento ink onto the card
Now it's time to send you on to see what the super talented Connie Babbert has created! I'm sure you will be inspired! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!




Card Recipe: Stamps- Guy Greetings; Paper- Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla; Ink- Tuxedo black Momento ink, Whisper White craft ink, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Sahara Sand; Accessories- circle punches, 2 1/2" circle punch, sponges, dimensionals

Saturday, April 25, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Celebrations Edition Week 2


Hello everyone! It's time for another Saturday Blog Hop from the Create with Connie and Mary design team! We have finished up Week 3 of the Cards "Create"tions Celebrations edition! Wow! Time flies when you're having fun! I hope you all were inspired by the fabulous projects that were shared! If you didn't get a chance to subscribe, it's not too late! You can still subscribe to the edition and see all the fabulous ideas that were shared over the last three weeks! I am your stop after the super talented Debbie Henderson!

I used the Pictogram Punches stamp set this past week. I love this set for its versatility and for the fact that it's so easy to use with the coordination punches - the itty bitty accents punch pack! We have gotten two graduation announcements! WOW! I can't believe that these young ones are old enough to graduate! One of them I taught when she was in fifth grade! Anyway, I thought that the sentiment "you're a star" was a perfect for a graduation card! So I used the school colors (blue and white) and added a bit of silver to make a money holder. What graduate doesn't want money?


And a picture of the inside where you can see I used the envelope punch board to make the tab...


  • The base is Pacific Point
  • Run another piece of Pacific Point through the Big Shot using the Lucky Stars embossing folder and then adhere to base
  • Cut the two stars from Whisper White using the Stars framelits and adhere to the money holder using dimensionals
  • Stamp the greeting from Pictogram Punches onto a piece of Whisper White using Pacific Point then flag the end and round the top left hand corner with the Project Life corner rounder then adhere to the holder
  • Add a strip of silver foil paper 
  • Punch a star from silver foil paper using the itty bitty and adhere to the sentiment

Now it's time to send you on to see what the fabulous Connie Babbert has to show you! If you would like to see a list of all the stamp sets that were used during our edition, you can find that at the Create with Connie and Mary website. And while you are there, why not sign up to see all the creations made with those sets! Thanks for stopping by and for all your support! Have a great day! 



Friday, April 24, 2015

Argyle Greetings

Hello everyone! It's finally Friday! After I get out of school today, we will be headed to Denver for soccer games. I think Nick is healed! Yea!! Nick is very bummed that he has to miss Fat Tire Festival here but it is supposed to rain all weekend. Of course, I don't think that would have slowed him down anyway - lol!

Today's card is another easy one! I was going to make it for a swap but then came up with another idea. So I thought I would show you all this one!

  • Card base is Very Vanilla
  • Run another piece of Very Vanilla though the Big Shot using the Argyle embossing folder (note: I wanted the argyle going up and down so only part of the piece of card stock was embossed)
  • Adhere the embossed panel to the card base
  • Adhere a strip of Basic Black to the card where the embossing ends
  • Punch a circle from Basic Black using the 2 1/2" circle punch and pierce around the inside edge using the Essential paper piercing pack
  • Stamp the shoes image and the greeting from Guy Greetings onto a piece of Very Vanilla using Tuxedo black Momento ink and punch out using the 2 1/4" circle punch
  • Adhere stamped circle to the black circle with dimensionals
  • Adhere circles to card with dimensionals
  • Add two Basic Black candy dots to card
Super simple!! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Guy Greetings; Paper- Very Vanilla, Basic Black; Ink- Tuxedo black Momento ink; Accessories- 2 1/2" circle punch, 2 1/4" circle punch, Essentials paper piercing pack, Neutrals candy dots, Argyle embossing folder, dimensionals

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Bright Balloon Bash

Hello everyone! I hope your week is going super! I keep thinking - will this week ever end? Ugh! I also keep thinking - will this month ever end? It just seems to be dragging. We are supposed to head to Denver tomorrow because the soccer team has two games over there this weekend. But Nick has been sick with allergies and I am not sure we will make it. It wouldn't bother me to stay home - lol! We will see...

Today's card was an experiment. Not sure I am thrilled with it but it's bright and fun and very mailable!

  • Card base is Whisper White
  • Stamp the two balloons from the Balloon Bash stamp set onto the card base using Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry
  • Stamp the greeting onto a piece of Whisper White using Tempting Turquoise and cut out using the Chalk Talk framelits then adhere to card base with dimensionals
  • Add rhinestones
Super easy! Did you know that the Create with Connie and Mary Cards "Create"tions Celebrations edition is in its third and final week? Wow! I hope you have been able to see all the wonderful creations that have been shared! If you haven't subscribed it's not too late! Be sure to visit their site for more information and to get yourself signed up! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!


Card Recipe: Stamps- Balloon Bash; Paper- Whisper White; Ink- Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry, Tempting Turquoise; Accessories- Chalk Talk framelits, rhinestones, dimensionals

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Control Freaks Blog Tour: Time to Celebrate


Hello everyone! Welcome to the Control Freaks Blog Tour! We are so excited to inspire you with our ideas with the theme of Celebrations! I am your stop after the talented Patty Bennett! Please note that if you are viewing this before the 20th, all the links may not be working. Be sure to stop by again on the 20th when everything should be in working order! Now on to my projects...

For my first project I used the Cheerful Critters stamp set. I just think these little guys are the cutest! And you can put any small sentiment inside the signs! I love it! I thought that this little guy would be great for a young boy's birthday or achievement! I used the Sweet Sunday Sketch to help me with the layout.

  • Card base is Whisper white
  • Run a piece of Lost Lagoon card stock through the Big Shot using the Lucky Stars embossing folder and adhere to card
  • On a piece of Whisper White stamp the image from Cheerful Critters using Tuxedo black Momento ink and stamp the sentiment inside the sign
  • Color the bear using Crumb Cake and a blender pen and his shirt using Lost Lagoon and Pear Pizzazz markers
  • Cut a strip of Pear Pizzazz card stock and use the fringe scissors to fringe the end then adhere to the stamped panel
  • Tie a piece of linen thread around the panel and then tie a button gold basic metal button on
  • Adhere the panel to the card with dimensionals
For my next card I went a little more sophisticated. I love sunflowers. So I wanted to try to recreate a sunflower since I don't have any sunflower stamps. I found an idea where someone had layered the stamps from the Petal Potpourri stamp set and a light bulb went off (trust me, it doesn't happen often - lol)! I love how this turned out!


  • Card base is Crumb Cake
  • On another piece of Crumb Cake stamp the sentiment from Because You Care stamp set using Early Espresso ink
  • Adhere the panel to a piece of Early Espresso card stock and then adhere to the card base using dimensionals
  • Stamp the butterflies stamp from the Perpetual Calendar stamp set onto the card base using Crumb Cake ink
  • Stamp the solid flower image from the Petal Potpourri stamp set onto a piece of Whisper White card stock using So Saffron ink then stamp the lined image right over the top using Hello Honey ink (note: it is most helpful to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig)
  • Punch the flower out using the Flower Medallion punch
  • Stamp the flower center onto a piece of Whisper White using Early Espresso ink and punch out with the 7/8" scallop circle punch then adhere to flower with dimensionals
  • Cut the leaves from Mossy Meadow card stock using the Flower Fair framelits and adhere to the back of the flower
  • Adhere flower to the card
  • Thread a piece of linen thread through a gold basic metal button and tie a bow then adhere to flower center
I hope you have gained some inspiration! I now send you on to the fabulous Wendy Weixler to see her beautiful creations! Thank you so much for stopping by and have a super day!



Cards Recipe: Stamps- Petal Potpourri; Cheerful Critters, Perpetual Calendar, Because You Care; Ink- Crumb Cake, Hello Honey, So Saffron, Early Espresso, Tuxedo black Momento ink, Lost Lagoon and Pear Pizzazz markers, Paper- Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Mossy Meadow, Whisper White, Pear Pizzazz, Lost Lagoon; Accessories- Lucky Stars embossing folder, fringe scissors, blender pen, gold basic metal buttons, linen thread, Flower Medallion punch, Flower Fair framelits, Stamp-a-ma-jig, dimensionals

Saturday, April 18, 2015

CCMC Saturday Blog Hop: Celebrations Edition Week 2


Hello everyone! And welcome to Week 2 of the Create with Connie and Mary Cards "Create"tions Celebration blog hop! We have just finished week 2 and we end each week with a fun blog hop featuring the stamp sets that we used during the week! I am your stop after the fabulous Debbie Henderson!

This week I used the Snuggles & Smooches stamp set! This is such a fun and versatile set! I decided to create a candle centerpiece. I haven't done a stamped candle in so long I had almost forgotten how to do it - lol! I did forget how much fun this was to do! And it is really very easy!


  • Stamp a piece of white tissue paper using the large and small scribble images using Crisp Cantaloupe and Bermuda Bay inks and then stamp the splatter stamp from Gorgeous Grunge using Baked Brown Sugar
  • Use a piece of waxed paper and the heat gun to melt the tissue paper into the candle (the tissue paper was used to hold the tissue paper in place)
  • Stamp the large and small scribbles onto a piece of Whisper White using Tuxedo black Momento ink
  • Use a Crisp Cantaloupe marker to trace the lines of the larger scribble image and cut out then use a Bermuda Bay marker to trace the lines of the smaller scribble image and cut out
  • Use the large oval punch to punch three ovals from Pistachio Pudding card stock
  • Adhere the leaves to the back of the flowers
  • Adhere the smaller flower to the larger flower using dimensionals
  • Adhere a strip of Bermuda Bay sequins to the back of the flowers and then adhere the flowers to the candle with dimensionals
  • Tie a knot using Basic Black 1/8" taffeta ribbon and adhere to a basic metal button then adhere the button to the flower center
Now it's time to send you on to see what fabulous creation Connie Babbert has come up with! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!



Friday, April 17, 2015

A Blushing Mother's Day

Good morning, Friends! It's FRIDAY!!! And it's finally raining!!! We have needed the moisture so badly! Now I just wish that I could spend the morning drinking coffee cuddled under a blanket - lol! Yesterday I drove to school and worked with a group of 1st graders before I had to go out for my crosswalk duty. Well, I get myself ready and walk to the door and find out it is snowing! What the what?! I could not believe it! And it snowed for half the day! So I am happy for the rain. Guess I had better find my umbrella!

Today's card was the last of the stamp club cards for this month. And this one is my favorite! And it is super easy!

  • Card base is Whisper White
  • Stamp the splatter stamp from Gorgeous Grunge onto the card base using Soft Sky
  • Cut the label shape from Whisper White using the Deco Labels thinlits
  • Stamp the leaf image from Crazy About You onto the label using Pear Pizzazz ink
  • Stamp the sentiment using Tuxedo black Momento ink then adhere the label to the card using dimensionals
  • Stamp the flower image onto a piece of Whisper White using Blushing Bride ink and punch out using the Flower Medallion punch then adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Thread a piece of linen thread through a gold basic metal button and tie a bow then adhere to the flower center
Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!


Card Recipe: Stamps- Crazy About You, Gorgeous Grunge; Paper- Whisper White; Ink- Tuxedo black Momento ink, Pear Pizzazz, Blushing Bride; Accessories- Deco Labels thinlits, Flower Medallion punch, gold basic metal button, linen thread, dimensionals

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Guy Birthday Greeting

Hello everyone! SO glad it's Thursday but I will be even happier when it's finally FRIDAY! Lol!! It has been a really long week for some reason! But time is counting down and I am trying to take it one day at a time! Are you all ready for the weekend, too? I had to dig out my heavy winter coat yesterday. Ugh! It was so windy and so cold! Yuck! It's not much warmer right now but at least the wind isn't blowing! 

Today's card is another we did at stamp club this month. It was inspired by the sketch at Freshly Made.

  • Card base is Crumb Cake
  • On another piece of Crumb Cake stamp the Dictionary background stamp using Crumb Cake ink and then sponge the edges using Crumb Cake ink
  • Stamp the splotches from Gorgeous Grunge using Tuxedo black Momento ink and the greeting from Guy Greetings using the same ink
  • Adhere the panel to the card base
  • Punch a strip of Basic Black using the Spiral border punch
  • Adhere a strip of Stacked with Love washi tape to the strip
  • Wrap a piece of linen thread around the strip three times and tie a knot then adhere to card
  • Stamp the car from Guy Greetings onto a piece of Crumb Cake using Tuxedo black Momento ink and punch out using the 2 1/2" circle punch then sponge the edges of the circle using Crumb Cake ink
  • Adhere to card with dimensionals
I really like the way this one turned out! And it was the first time that I had used this fabulous set! I just want to remind you all about the Create with Connie and Mary Cards "Create"tions Celebration edition going on right now! We are well into week 2 and it is so much fun! You can find more information on their website! I hope to see you there! Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!


Card Recipe: Stamps- Guy Greetings, Gorgeous Grunge, Dictionary background stamp; Paper- Crumb Cake, Basic Black; Ink- Crumb Cake, Tuxedo black Momento ink; Accessories- Spiral border punch, Stacked with Love washi tape, 2 1/2" circle punch, line thread, sponge, dimensionals