Thanks Card

I usually go for very bright and colourful cards so for a change decided to make today's card using earthy colours....The card base is plain sepia and the top layer has been die cut from watercolour cardstock using large cross stitched rectangle die....I have sponged the top layer using tea dye distress ink and die... Continue Reading →

Flowers Pop-Up Card

Pop up cards have been around for a long time and from what I can see on the internet, card makers have been creating awesome ones...some cards are pretty intricate and quite detailed and I really can't even begin to understand how those cards were made....Today I'm sharing my first pop up card....although I must... Continue Reading →

Two cards Using Kraft Cardstock

One of the lovely and talented bloggers I religiously follow is Vicki¬†and I love all her creations....a little while back she had created a cute piggy card with a stamped kraft card top layer and to enhance the stamped images,she drew a border around them using a white gel pen....making the stamped images stand out... Continue Reading →

Super Special Amazing Birthday

I love creating backgrounds for my cards and this one was quite fun....the best part was that it wasn't planned but still turned out great....I like things this way...sometimes too much planning takes all the fun away don't you think??I started with a Kraft card base and a watercolor paper top layer...I first sponged the... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday Flowers Card

Going through all my stamps today, I pulled out the ¬†Summer Flowers stamp set....it was released about three years back by Inspired by Stamping and has been a favourite of mine...I decided to make a few cards using this stamp set and here's the first one...The card base is plain white and the top layer... Continue Reading →

Many Thanks Card

I'm very excited to share this card today....it didn't take long to create it and I am pretty happy with the result myself....I started with a light green card base and a plain white top layer...the coloured panel on top is actually a piece of white cardstock which is a left over from die cutting... Continue Reading →

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