I made this card using 2 digital images from Power Poppy. After printing them out I colored them with Copic markers then drew and colored trees in the background. I enjoy working with digital stamps so I can resize, flip and rearrange images easily.
Enjoy the Journey
I made this card with the Stampin’ Up! “ Enjoy the Journey” suite. The moon and clouds were die cut from “Starry Sky” blue cardstock. Then layered over white cardstock. The stars were stamped and heat embossed with white embossing powder. The floral image was stamped on a piece of designer paper from the suite…
A Flurry of Christmas Cards
I have been busy making Christmas cards in every spare moment. I hope you enjoyed looking at my cards. If you want instructions to make any of them please ask in the comments.
My First Christmas Card of 2022
A glittery Christmas card to get the season off to a sparkly start.
Christmas Card Season
It is my favorite time of year. I love making Christmas cards! Below are a few of the cards I have made in past years. I hope you will join me in the days to come as I create cards for this year.
I was in the mood for grunge. I made 2 card fronts, a tag and an undecided object. For the 2 card fronts and the tag, I stamped the images, did some very basic coloring with Copics, inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Oxide, added splatters and finger prints to the “Just a Note”…
Copic Rose 3 Ways
I’ve started using my Copic markers again after nearly a year away.
Designing With Triangles (Part 3)
For the last card in this series, I chose to make a landscape orientation card but, this layout also works well in portrait orientation if you want a different look. Stampin’ Up! Products Used: Other Products Used: After cutting my cardstock to the desired sizes, I marked the center of the top edge of the…
Designing With Triangles (Part 2)
The second card in this series is landscape orientation. The steps to make the triangles are the same as the portrait style except the center mark to start the cuts is on the long side of the rectangle. Stampin’ Up! Products used for this card: Other Products used: Mark the center of one long side…
Designing with Triangles (Part 1)
My design was inspired by this tutorial by Gloria Plunkett: https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/overlappingfunfoldcard/ Stampin’ Up! Products used in my card: I started by cutting a piece of cardstock at 11″ x 4 1/4″ to make a top fold card base. Then I cut coordinating cardstock for a mat layer at 5 1/4″ x 4″ and patterned paper…