Card, Distress Oxide Inks, Heat Embossing, Paper Flowers, Process Video, Thin Cuts

Create Faux Shaker Cards for Winter

Here, in Colorado, we have been praying for moisture and were blessed with about ten inches of snow this week. As I watched the blowing snowflakes outside my craft room window, I felt a desire to make a few wintery shaker cards. Rather than the traditional thick shakers, I decided to make a few faux… Continue reading Create Faux Shaker Cards for Winter

Card, Close to My Heart, Holiday, Quick Tips, Stencils, Texture Paste, Thin Cuts, TriBlend Markers

Using Color Theory to Create Paper Scrap Coffee Cards

Do you make monthly crafting goals? During December, I made it a goal to use up the ever-growing pile of paper scraps. Earlier this month, I attended a retreat and, instead of bringing full sheets of paper, I only brought my bin of paper scraps. This challenged me to find new ways to mix patterns… Continue reading Using Color Theory to Create Paper Scrap Coffee Cards

Close to My Heart, Process Video, Scrapbook Layout, Scrapbook Sketch, Thin Cuts

Baby’s First Snow Scrapbook Layout

Have you ever discovered a set of photos that sparks a powerful memory? That is exactly what these adorable pictures of my nephew did to me when I found them in a box. This "boy" will be turning 22 this year, and I vividly remember him toddling around in the snow. This layout was created… Continue reading Baby’s First Snow Scrapbook Layout