Category: Kindness Matters

Kindness Matters for Bonnie

When I saw that Bonnie [bon2stamp] was this week's Featured Stamper on Splitcoaststampers, I was thrilled. I have been following Bonnie on her blog and on SCS for a long time now and love the simple lines and classic designs of her projects. I have CASED her More Autumn Foliage - turning the image to … Continue reading Kindness Matters for Bonnie

Black Tie with River Rock and Brads

This week at Dynamic Duos, the challenge is Black with River Rock and a dessert option of brads. I have combined this with the Sketch Challenge at Splitcoaststampers.                                                        … Continue reading Black Tie with River Rock and Brads

Pop Out Butterflies

Pop Out Butterflies

This week at Crafter's Anonymous, the online class was to make this cute pop out card. My base card stock is Soft Suede on the outside and Marina Mist on the inside. Some different sheets of the Beau Chateau DSP were used to cut the butterflies using the Embosslits Beautiful Wings, and provide the layers. … Continue reading Pop Out Butterflies

Sketch Challenge

Sketch Challenge

Another great sketch this week at Splitcoaststampers. As I still have more of my Wax Paper Resist pieces, I thought this would make a great background for the sketch. I have made a vintage style CAS card. The base is Naturals Ivory, and the background panels are Very Vanilla (with the wax paper run through … Continue reading Sketch Challenge

Wax Paper Resist

Wax Paper Resist

Today I am combining an old technique with sketch challenges from Splitcoaststampers for the past two weeks. The technique is known variously as Wax Paper Resist or Wax Paper Embossing Resist. It is quite simple: Take a piece of waxed paper and emboss it with your favourite embossing folder. Cut two pieces of a neutral … Continue reading Wax Paper Resist

Kindness Matters

Here is a clean and simple card using a pretty little set called Kindness Matters. There is so much that you can do with it, but for my first card, I have CASED one from Bonnie. I used less layers than she did, but I think I have still achieved a great finish. Enjoy