It may not be anytime near Valentine’s Day, but that won’t stop me from making one of my favorites types of cards: love cards! As soon as I saw this beautiful wreath cut file, I knew it would make a great delicate embellishment for a love card.
I created a watercolor background using blues and purples, then adhered my wreath. I cut out the “love love love you” sentiment cut file and then just used the one “love” word in the center.
You could definitely make a similar card using a birthday or hello sentiment too!
Sometimes I see a design and instantly know what I want to create. Faux stained glass may have been an obvious choice with these designs, but I needed to come up with a simple way to create the look using supplies I had on hand. After figuring out which products to use, my little crafter was as e... [Read More...]
Hello everyone! Today I’m sharing with you a layout that I created about our journey on the ferry that my youngest child & I took in order to get him to summer camp . I knew that I wanted to have a nautical theme for this page. I loved the anchor design with... [Read More...]
Hello fellow Silhouetters! Brittany here with a little wedding project to share with you, made brilliantly simple by combining the CAMEO and sketch pens. I love the way that it still gives a handwritten feel . . . without the carpel tunnel of writing them each by hand. Magic. ... [Read More...]
One technique I love incorporating into my cards is backing my die cuts with patterned paper. There are so many great cut files available that look great when layered over a pattern. I chose one of my new favorites, a modern chevron stripe, and layered it over a few d... [Read More...]