Grateful to Count You Among My Blessings

Hello Cas-ual Fridays fans!  I’m back today to share a super simple card that you can easily mass-produce, showcasing the Wheat Wreath stamp set.  If you didn’t know, this stamp set is currently on clearance so grab it while you can before it sells out!  



I started by inking up my background using a circle stencil from my collection with some quick dry dye inks (bubblegum, butter and peach fuzz) using my blending brushes.
I stamped the wheat wreath and the sentiment with some Versamark ink and sprinkled some Wow! gold embossing powder.  I heat-set this with my heating tool.


I finished my design by adding the gold bow, from the Pear Tree Dies (that is also on the clearance section).  I adhered this on an A2-size card base.  Here’s another look:


This card is really simple but I love how it turned out.  This card can be easily mass-produce to give out to family and friends during Thanksgiving!
Y’all need to grab these supplies before they sell out.


On top of the clearance price, you can even use my discount code below to get an additional 15% off!
I hope you like my card today and happy stamping!


Happy Thanksgiving with Newton’s Nook

Hello again Newton’s Nook fans!  Did you manage to hop along with the team last week for the September product release?  They are available at the shop now.  Which one was your favorite?  To be honest, I can’t really pick one!


For my project today, I am showcasing the Newton’s Thanksgiving stamp set and coordinating dies.

Since this card is all about Thanksgiving, I wanted to create a fall scene today.  I started by stamping the image on some smooth white card stock and colored it in with my Copic markers.   I will also be inking up my Bristol smooth white card stock with some distress oxide inks.


I inked up my background with Tumbled Glass and Tattered Rose distress oxide inks.  I have been LOVING this color-combo lately  for a fall sky.  I used vintage photo distress oxide to splatter some dots on my background, and blotted it dry with my paper towel.  I used a scallop die from my stash to cut a position of this card stock to create a little window.


I adhered my colored background onto my card base and inlaid the frame.  I added some fun elements to create my fall scene.


To finish my design, I added the “happy” sentiment from a die that I have from my stash with some foam adhesive.  Also used my white gel pen to add some interest to the card.  Here’s a close-up:


I completely ADORE this stamp set.  If you haven’t picked it up yet, please visit the shop before they sell out.


I hope you like my card and got inspired.  The supplies I used are listed and linked below.  Happy crafting!



So Much to be Thankful For Card with ClearSnap and Xyron

Hello my crafty friends! I hope you are having a great day!  I am super thrilled to share my card today.  The Xyron design team received some amazing products from ClearSnap and the team will be showing you projects this week, showcasing some ink pads by ClearSnap and adhesives by Xyron.


I started out by die-cutting some fall leaves using a die set by Lawn Fawn on Neenah solar white 110 lb. card stock and colored them in using the Color Box Cat’s Eye.  The colors I received are perfect for fall.  I dabbed the ink pad onto the card stock directly until I got some nice colors on the leaves.



I also die-cut an A2 size Neenah solar white card stock, using my Cross Stitched Rectangle Die by Kat Scrappiness.  I also used a die from my collection to die-cut the wreath.  I adhered the wreath onto my card front.


Before I adhered the leaves onto the wreath, I decided to stamp my sentiment first using my stamping tool, with the Coal Ink box.  I wanted my sentiment to look crisp and bold against the colorful fall leaves.



I run the colorful die-cut leaves with my Xyron 1.5 Inch Sticker Maker so that I can have edge-to-edge adhesive on the leaves and it will be easier to adhere them all onto my card.




You can easily mass-produce this card.  I think it turned out so simple yet elegant and is perfect to give to family and friends for the Thanksgiving holiday coming up next month.




I hope you like my card today.  For more project inspiration, please visit ClearSnap at and also the Xyron Facebook page.  Have an amazing day!






Autumn Splendor – Sunny Studio Stamps

I am back today to share with you my design team projects for Not2ShabbyShop showcasing the Autumn Splendor stamp set and dies, and fishtail banner II dies by Sunny Studio stamps. I LOVE this stamp set! It is so easy to stamp and layer, they are amazing!

Here are the cards and tags.  I have also shared a process video if you’d like to see how I made them.



Here’s the process video:

Thanksgiving Cards

Hello stampers and crafters! I am back to share with you two Thanksgiving Cards that I designed this week for Kat Scrappiness. I will keep this Blog post short because I have provided a step-by-step process video of the cards below.

I used the Double-Stitched Rectangle Frames Dies by Kat Scrappiness to die-cut the pieces that I needed for my first card. I also used a die from my stash to create the beautiful shaker Mason jar piece as my focal point on the card. I wanted to fill it with vibrant colors and so I used the Autumn Harvest Sequin Mix and the 6mm Espresso Brown Flat Flowers.


For my second card, I used the Thankful Mice and the Cutie Pie stamp sets and coordinating dies by Lawn Fawn. I also used my Gina Marie Circle Scallop Frames, as well as my favorite Lawn Fawn 6×6 Perfectly Plaid Fall Paper Pad and a bunch of other dies and crafting supplies.

The supplies I have used are listed and linked below in case you would like to get a hold of these products.


This is the step-by-step video instruction. Have an amazing day!

Lawn Fawn Thanksgiving Card

Hello stampers and crafters. I am back today with a design team project for  to show you a cute Thanksgiving card showcasing the Lawn Fawn Thankful Mice stamp set and dies, with KatScrappiness Stitched Rope Nested Rectangle Stax, with a bunch of other Lawn Fawn stamps and dies.

I started out by stamping the images on Neenah solar white card stock with my memento tuxedo black ink. I then colored my images using my Copic markers. After coloring the images, I proceeded to die-cut the images using the coordinating dies. A step-by-step process video is provided below and the supplies I have used have also been listed and linked.

I hope you like my project today and got inspired to create your own Thanksgiving cards for friends and family. Happy crafting!