Shabby Thinking Of You

Happy Monday!  I have a shabby floral  project to share with you today. The background was stamped with Antique Linen ink using the Rubbernecker Victorian Damask background panel.  The frame was cut using the Spellbinders Fleur De Lis ...

Craft A Winter Scene

Good Sunday morning.  I was recently chosen to be a  member of the Craft a Scene design team. My project today was made for the February challenge to create a winter scene. Instead of creating a card for the winter scene challenge I chose to create a ...

Home Sweet Home Birdhouse

Happy Saturday.  I have a very sweet wooden birdhouse to share with you today. I started by painting the birdhouse with white and green crackle paint.  I love the appearance of the aged paint that the crackle paint produces. Some of the paint actually ...

Clean and Simple “Just Because”

I woke up way before the alarm went off this morning (2:30 a.m.) so after browsing online for a while and reading email I decided to make a quick card for the Splitcoaststampers Friday challenge. Fast, clean and Simple! Well….this was pretty fast with the ...

Lattice Fence and Flower Garden

I have a quick post today.  I had fun playing in the Splitcoaststampers Sketch Challenge.  I thought it was another perfect opportunity to use my Madison Window Die. You can see the sketch below. Here is what I came up with. I love to layer the white ...

Scalloped Frame and Floral Spray

It’s Wednesday and that means we are half way through the work week.  Isn’t it terrible to wish our days away looking forward to the weekend!!!  I have another floral project to share with you today. I made this for the Splitcoaststampers Color ...

CAS Scene and Lavender Lace

I have a couple projects to share with you today.  The first was made for the Splitcoaststampers Clean and Simple Challenge.  Here is the inspiration photo called Summer Gold that was provided for the challenge. Here is what I came up with. I sponged ...

Pink and White Fanciful Flourish

Happy Monday!  I have been having a great time playing with brayering ink to the inside of embossing folders to create unique and lovely embossed backgrounds.  I made today’s project just for fun to see how light pink ink would look on pure white ...
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