Today I want to share a pretty card and a couple of treat holders with you. I used some beautiful handmade butterflies from Kay’s etsy shop. Check out her fabulous store!
Hi everyone! Today I have a Mother’s Day card to share. I created a pocket card using some papers from the beautiful Bo Bunny Secret Garden paper collection.
For the front I fussy cut around the bird so I could insert a small die cut doily. I stamped the sentiment using CardzTv stamp set Big & Bold Sentiments.
For the inside tag of the pocket card I used the CardzTv stamp set Happy Days. I added an eyelet and some pretty sheer stitched ribbon from May Arts to the top of the insert. I added a small little banner with an enamel dot to the top as well. I used a decorative corner punch as well.
Thanks for looking! Have a great week!
I am entering this card in the Cardz TV Card Designers Challenge #6.
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a couple of little Easter treat holders. Mary at CardzTV is having a 3D challenge. For the challenge you are to create a treat holder for Easter. I used the CardzTv stamp set Happy Days for my project. I actually created a treat bag as well as a little pillow box.
For the little treat bag I used some really fun colored vellum from Doodlebug. It has little dots on it as well. It comes in some really fun spring colors and I thought the purple would look cute with my little “peep” die cut.
The treat bag is a die from Stampin Up. I used a Martha Stewart border punch as a little belly band and placed my die cut peep onto some stitched ovals. I added a little die cut tag and stamped Happy Easter on it and then finished it off with a little twine bow.
I used my Pillow Box punch board for the little Easter pillow box. I placed the die cut peep onto a circle and then layered a scalloped circle behind it. I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment onto some pink cardstock then used a small scallop circle to punch it out.
There you have it! Have a fabulous week!!
Hello everyone! Today I just wanted to share a cute treat box that I created for Valentines Day. I had some leftover boxes from a Stampin Up kit so I used that for the base of my project.
I wanted something quick so I punched hearts from some Heidi Swapp red glitter paper. I stamped my sentiment onto some white cardstock using the CardzTV stamp set Love in a Jar. I added the sentiment with a small red clothespin.
I added some black and white bakers twine. I layered the large heart onto a white circle then added a black scallop circle behind that. I added a few bling above the heart.
That’s it! really fast and easy! I’m entering this project in the CardzTv 3D Designers Challenge.
Have a great weekend!!
red clothespins – Michaels
small heart punch – Stampin Up Itty Bitty Punch pack
heart punch – Stampin Up Sweetheart Punch
scallop circle – Stampin Up 2-3/8 scallop circle punch
circle – Stampin Up 2 inch circle punch
bling – Stampin Up rhinestones
bakers twine – Doodlebug
Cardztv Stamp Set Love in a Jar
Hi everyone! Today I have a project to share with you using some leftover papers from Graphic 45 Gilded Lily. I created this project about 5 years ago and I received a comment a few days ago asking about the measurements. Well of course I have no clue what they were so I decided to create another project and share a tutorial.
Thanks Penny Laschanszky! I forgot how cute this project was! The measurements are listed below.
Card base 4 x 8-1/2
Pocket base 4 x 6-1/4
Have a great day and thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! To day I want to share a couple of Valentine cards that I created for my two grandkids. I used a cute robot files from It’s Kate Cuttables. I used the boy robot and the girl robot files. I cut the images using the print and cut feature on my Cricut Explore Air.
The sentiments are stamped using two sets of stamps from CardzTv. I used the Hugs and Kisses stamp set for the outside of the card and I used the Happy Days set for the inside of the card.
Thanks for watching!
I am entering these cards in the CardzTv Challenge #1-Valentine Card
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a really quick and easy Valentine card using the Penguin Valentine file from Miss Kate Cuttables. I was asked if I would like to participate in a Valentine card challenge that Mel from Mel B’s Creations is having. Here is the link to her “Operation Valentine’s” video giving all the details!
This is a great way to show some Valentine love to kids in the hospital.
Hello everyone! Happy Monday! Today I want to share a set of 4 cards that I created using the gorgeous Graphic 45 Time to Flourish February 12×12 cut a part page. Time to Flourish is one of my favorite calendar collections. Here is the first card in the set.
I used one of the 4×4 cut outs from the page and just embellished it with some fabulous metal from ButterBee Scraps. I layered the image with foam tape to give some dimension. I finished off the inside with one of the cute stamps from the cut outs.
For the second card I used some natural colored cardstock and used a heart embossing folder to add texture to the back ground. I die cut a pretty doily and used a small circle punch to cut out the word love.
Here’s the inside of the card.
The third card has an ivory colored card base. I used the February calendar image and layered it on the front with foam adhesive. Some more fun metal, another die cut doily, and a heart border punch finished off the front of the card. I left the inside blank.
The last card in the set is the largest. It measures 5×7. I layered another doily with some of the other images from the cut outs and added some May Arts twine. I used a heart border punch along the bottom edge.
I did finish off the inside as well with one of the small stamps.
Well there you have it. Four pretty cards using one sheet of 12×12 design paper from Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Collection. Have a great week!