Big, Beautiful Wild Flowers

Hi Crafty Friends,

Spring has sprung and so have the flowers. This card design is bursting with big, beautiful wildflower blooms made by using the Wild Flower dies by Alexandra Renke set in a vase, courtesy of the Painter’s Vase stamp set by Penny Black.


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Artsy Falling Leaves

Hi again,

As promised, I am back with another card design using a few more of those fantastic leaves created with the Lovely Leaves stamp and die set of Ink To Paper. If you had a chance to see yesterday’s post, you know that I stamped and cut a bunch of these lovely leaves… so, here is another way to use more of them.


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Birthday Chicks in a Trio of Color

Hi there,

I am popping in with a quick and cheerful card design. It was created in varying shades of magenta, orange and yellow to entice you to put on your creative hat and join us in the Color Trio challenge that Heather Telford and The Foiled Fox have going on right now. You have until the 30th of May – so hurry and get started. The details are at the bottom of this blog. Hope to see you there!

In the meantime, here is another three color design to help get your creative juices flowing.

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Have A Very Jolly Holiday!

Hi Crafty Friends,

Today’s card design is a bright and cheery winter scene, complete with the quintessential snowman and ice pond. The big sky sets the stage for the wintery look and the trees and village add to this Jolly Holiday scene.

Oh, what fun I had using all Penny Black dies to make this card. Let’s get started.

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Penny Black First Blooms Tulip Card

Hi Everyone,

Today’s project is a tri-fold card bursting of tulips from the Penny Black First Blooms die set. I love making a tri-fold card and I thought the tulips would be a good candidate for this style of card. To help explain the ins-and-outs of the card, there is a video below. Take a look. I hope you enjoy it!

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