Tie Dye Cards with Stamparatus Tips

Tie Dye Cards with Stamparatus Tips

White Tie Dye Pieces: 4″ x 5-1/4″ White card bases: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″   I’ve always been a fan of tie-dye, so when I saw the Spiral Dye stamp from Stampin’ Up! I knew I had to have it right away! This large...read more
3 Ways to Use Layering Circle Dies

3 Ways to Use Layering Circle Dies

Layering Circle Dies are one of the main staples in my craft room when it comes to card making. Of course, I’m always using the regular circles, but lately, I’ve been experimenting with different ways to use the scallop circles. Here are 3 ways that you...read more
3 Easy Ways to Add Ribbon to your Cards

3 Easy Ways to Add Ribbon to your Cards

Adding ribbon to your cards is an easy way to add color and texture. It can also take your card from nice to “WOW, that’s beautiful!” in an instant!  And best of all, using ribbon doesn’t have to be hard!!! Card bases: 5-1/2″ x...read more
Two Ways To Spruce Up Your Handmade Christmas Cards

Two Ways To Spruce Up Your Handmade Christmas Cards

Handmade Christmas cards are a great way to send your love to family and friends, and the Pine Tree Punch from Stampin’ Up! is perfect for making them. Today I want to give you two quick tips on how to spruce up the pine trees that you punch out. It really can...read more
Stretch Your Dies

Stretch Your Dies

Sometimes it pays to think outside the box. Often if you look beyond the given shape of a punch or die you can see MULTIPLE different ways to use it. Blushing Bride card base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ Stamped background: 4″ x...read more
Embossing Tips for Heat Embossing and Embossing Folders

Embossing Tips for Heat Embossing and Embossing Folders

Did you know there are two kinds of embossing? One is heat embossing where you melt emboss powders with a heat tool and the other is called dry embossing where you use a stylus and stencil or an embossing folder to create a raised design in your card stock. I used...read more