Hi everybody! Today I'm sharing a special card I made for my daughter's birthday using Craft Fantastic products and some paper crafting supplies to show you how versatile these products are on cards and layouts too! Click "read more" for a supply list and tutorial...
Happy April! It’s Spring, isn’t it? Well...Mother Nature is still playing tricks on us, as we just had 7-10” of snow on Tuesday that caused a snow day for schools and today its 70 degrees. But that’s spring in Colorado for ya. CRAZY! And it’s only been a week into April and I’ve been making projects and birthday cards like crazy and just realized Easter is Sunday, April 16th too. Yikes! But I’ve still got time to make and mail cards and you do too!
So, today I’m sharing my adorable peeps card that was published in CardMaker Magazine last spring, but I never posted it. Sorry! If you click to sign up for CardMaker Magazine you will also get 2yrs of back issues in digital format that will include step by step instructions on how I created this fun colorful card.
And I know I'm really bad about showing you the insides of my cards, but not today...here is this adorable birdie and sentiment.
Supplies: CardMaker Magazine; Unity Stamp Company; Eat Cake Graphics Stamps (inside stamps); Versafine Onyx Black ink; Copic Markers; Distress Ink-picked raspberry; Simple Stories-Sn@p-Color Vibe-Brights Collection; Big Shot; Spellbinders Labels One-Die cuts; AC polka dot ribbon and cardstock; and pink self adhesive gems.
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Thanks for stopping by. ~Kim
Happy Valentines! Whether you celebrate February 14th or not you can always use a simple card for a lovey dovey type occasion any time of year, just change the sentiment. And if you do make Valentines cards, don't fret, there is still time to sneak in some card making before Tuesday. I'll show you how I made these quick and adorable cards for my daughter and three sons with just a few supplies and lots of tips too.
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This week we celebrated my youngest two kids birthdays, who are fraternal twins. And of course I made them birthday cards, but not just any cards. These are fun die cut flip cards, that my boys love, and they are similar, as you can see, but different. Just like them. Happy Birthday, Boys!
Happy New Year! I hope 2017 finds you happy, healthy, and crafty. And speaking of crafty I continue our family tradition of making "thank you" cards after the holidays. I was taught by my mom, who was taught by her mom, to send thank you notes for gifts. And it's my ongoing resolution to continue that tradition with all four of my kids too. Of course in today's day and age they would rather send an email note, which I think is better than nothing, I prefer they do it properly. So, if I make the handmade cards then they will write a special note and sign them...
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