Category: On Your Birthday

Double Gatefold

Double Gatefold

I found this great card on Dawn's site and just had to CASE it. Thanks for the inspiration Dawn. I used a retired Pacific Point DSP, and watercoloured the flowers from Apothecary Art with a marker and Pacific Point ink. The frame is from the Labels Framelits collection. A very simple, but elegant card don't … Continue reading Double Gatefold

More Butterflies

More Butterflies

Today I have some more butterflies in a pop out card. This time it is for Jessica's birthday. Hope you had a good day Jess. The card base is Rich Razzleberry and the inner is Old Olive and retired Cottage Wall DSP. The embossed butterflies are from the Beautiful Wings Embosslits and the stamped butterlies … Continue reading More Butterflies

Flip Card

Flip Card

Another great use for the Labels Framelits is a flip card. I have used a Very Vanilla card base covered with Everyday Enchantment DSP. The Labels Framelit was cut in the front of the card. The same size framelit with a smaller framelit inside it was then cut with Lucky Limeade and adhered over frame. … Continue reading Flip Card

Gift Card Holder

Gift Card Holder

Tonight's class at Crafter's Anonymous was to make a cute gift card holder. I used Soft Suede as the base card stock, with Attic Boutique DSP. A piece of Whisper White was cut with the Labels Framelits and then embossed with the Oval from the Designer Frames EF set. The Pool Party marker was used … Continue reading Gift Card Holder

Fresh Vintage Birthday

Happy birthday Janene. I made this card for my friend Janene's birthday last week, but couldn't show it here until she received it. Snail mail has now delivered the real thing, so here it is. I CASED the idea from Cindy. Thanks for a great idea Cindy. I have used some more of the new … Continue reading Fresh Vintage Birthday

Monochromatic Happiness Shared

Another challenge from Splitcoaststampers, this time it is a CAS (Clean and Simple) sketch challenge. As I love the monochromatic look, I followed the sketch using Concord Crush cardstock and ink. What do you think? Enjoy