Pink Rose

Hello friends:)Eunji here.Today I am making a rose flower card using Loose Roses stamp set and our new Geometric Circles Coverplate Die set.Let’s take look at my card.


I started stamping a rose image stamp on watercolor card stock.And colored with a watercolor paint.I used thin brush.Dried it all, stamped a leave image stamp on rose image around and colored with watercolor.I drew a leave and berries image.Then fussy cut not leaving border.Next cut the Geometric Circles Coverplate Die set with watercolor card stock.The geometric paper piece adhered to the card panel and added rose paper piece with foam tape.Colored and splash on the geometric paper piece with watercolor yellow green color.Lastly added a sequins from Queen Anne’s Lace Couture Mix and stamped a sentiment stamp using Seriously Amazing Sentiments with Noir ink.


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Have a Magical Day!

Hello, crafty friends! Happy Friday! 🙂 It’s Jenny here and I have couple of fun unicorn cards to share with you today! I created these cards using our new (available for preorders) Lavish Donuts and Unicorns Bundle stamp set, Lavish Unicorn Ears and Horn Dies, Lavish Floral Cluster Die, and Lavish Donut Cardbase Die! I kept one unicorn pink (my favorite color!) and kept the other one green in the spirit of St. Patrick’s day tomorrow! I’m pleased how these cards turned out and my little one LOVES them as unicorns are her newest obsession! 🙂



I started off by die cutting the cardbases using our new Lavish Donut Cardbase Die. Next, I stamped the outer edge on the cardbase in our Ruby Collection Couture Color for the pink unicorn and Basil Mojito Dye ink for the green unicorn. I stamped the eyes and sentiments in our Noir Dye ink. For the ears and horn, I used the same inks for the pink unicorn and went ahead and gold heat embossed for the green unicorn. I die cut them out using the Lavish Unicorn Ears and Horn Dies and adhered them on the cardbase. I added bit of shading with Prismacolor color pencils on the pink ears and horns.


Then I stamped the floral clusters using the same inks for the pink unicorn and Lemon Drop Dye, Crystal Garden Collection, and Basil Mojito for the green unicorn. I die cut them out using the Lavish Floral Cluster Die and popped it up on the card. I dressed up the pink unicorn card by adhered My Tutu and Glass Slippers sequins. For the green unicorn, I adhered some Key Lime, Deep Sage, and Gold Medallion sequins.



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Jigsaw Hearts & A Thank You

Hi peeps! How are y’all doing? Vera here today. Being in Texas I sure been enjoying the nice, spring weather. And, yes, with last Sunday time spring forward, all is well in my world. I love having more daylights. It makes me happy. And, my puppies enjoying it, too. They get to play on the backyard more.

Speaking about puppies…, I actually made 2 cards featuring puppies! I am a doggy lover at heart and when I saw the new Heart Jigsaw Dies (Stitched Version), I just know I want to mix it with Love & A Dog.


For this card, I first colored a cardstock panel with distress ink and flicked some water on it to create some pattern. Then I run the Heart Jigsaw dies over it and adhere to the card base. Then I stamped and die cut the dog and adhere to card with pop dots. Added a strip of patterned paper and stamped the sentiment from Perfect Fit Sentiment. Finished by adding Pink Sugar Sparkling Clear Sequin, Bermuda Blue Sequin and Glass Slipper Sequin.


On to the next card. This time I play with Heart Jigsaw Dies (Cut Version)  Same step, except this one I just colored the panel with one color. I feel like this second card has more modern feeling. Maybe because of the navy stripe on the bottom.

Now, since I was on a card making mode, I decided to switch direction & made a more serious looking card. Hah, whenever I do non cutesy or sweet card, I always call it serious looking card.

Besides dogs, I love birds. Well, really I love animal in general. Anyway, I wanted to play with The Ton Winter Cardinal  and its coordinating dies set? Well, I decided to color it with a bit more springy color. I added some shades to the bird with Copic and once I am happy with the coloring then I adhere the bird to the card base that I already covered with patterned paper.


I finished the card by stamping the thank you sentiment from Occasion Confetti set.

I know, I know, I am a bit all over the place with my cards for today’s post, but hey, that’s how I work. I just follow my gut and create however I feel. Even if the cards not related in theme, I still want to share it. 🙂

Well peeps, that’s all for today. 3 cards in 1 post is quite an achievement for me. Hope you enjoy the cards and thank you for stopping by here. Don’t forget we also have our March challenge going on and you have till the end of the month to play along. Check out the challenge detail and enter your project HERE.

Gerber Daisies

Hello Everyone! Anna here to share with you two cards I made using floral stamps.


For my first card I stamped an image from Coming Up Daisies stamp set onto a watercolor paper using Versamark Ink and embossed it in white. I colored beautiful daisies using Holbein watercolors. Once the image was completely dry, I cut it out with coordinating dies.


Then I mounted it on a white card base and stamped the sentiment in Noir. Next, I added a few sequins from Summer Skies Couture Mix to finish it up.

To create my second card, I started by stamping images from Fresh Cut Daisies (Coord. Outlines) on white cardstock in Caviar, colored them with Copic markers and cut them out using Fresh Cut Daisies Coordinating Dies.


To create background I used Holbein watercolors. Then, I stamped the sentiment with Noir and adhered all images to the card.


Lastly, I added a few sequins from Pink Diamond Couture Mix to add a touch of sparkle.
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Sending Watercolored LOVE

Hello everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a couple of watercolor cards with you. I’m using our new products from February and March Flash Release along with floral stamps from the 3rd Anniversary Release.

For my first card I used the Cut version of Heart Jigsaw Die from March Flash Release. There is a stitched version too, which cuts only one puzzle piece. I used the Cut version ,  as I wanted to have the open piece of the heart puzzle on the large peony from Peony Bouquet. 🙂

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I started off by stamping the Peony Bouquet in a watercolor friendly black ink on Canson XL watercolor paper. I watercolored the bouquet and background mainly in pink (Crimson lake and Bright Opera). I then stamped the sentiment from Perfect Fit Sentiments set in Noir on the panel and cut the bouquet using Cut version of Heart Jigsaw Die . I taped the pieces together on the back, took the thin heart outline and one puzzle piece off the panel and taped the panel on the front together using painter’s tape.

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To add more interest I stamped the Minor Stripes in Cosmopolitan Pink Hybrid ink on the white cardbase. I covered the area where the missing puzzle piece would be placed with a piece of scrap paper so that it stays white.

The front panel held together with painter’s tape was then foam mounted onto the cardbase. I colored the thin heart outline die cut using a red sparkle marker, added Crystal Stickles on it and placed it back onto the front panel.

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The missing piece from the heart was stacked on a pink foam and glued above the sentiment. To finish off I added some sequins from Pink Bokeh and Sakura Petals Couture Mix.

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Now to my second card for today!

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I stamped the daisy and leaves from Fresh Cut Daisies Outlines in light ink, watercolored them and added details and shading using Polychromos colored pencils. I cut them with coordinating dies and set them aside.

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To make the background I first created a watercolor wash in Payne’s gray and gold watercolor on the center of a panel. I then dry embossed the panel with 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate die. I die cut a piece of watercolor paper again using the same die to get the frame part and colored it in gold watercolor. I stacked the frame on three more die cut pieces from some white cardstock and glued it onto the background panel. The sentiment  in Noir is from Sweet Folk Hummingbird.

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I foam mounted the background panel on the white cardbase and arranged the daisies as shown in the picture. I finished off the card by adding some Medallion Gold sequins.

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Wishing you all a wonderful week!


Magnolias Card

Hello everyone! Olga is here again. I created the card using Geometric Circle Coverplate Die for the background and I can’t wait to show it to you!


First step was blending the cardstock with Plum Wine Dye, Grape Crush and Italian Denim Dye. Then I took another sheet of the cardstock and blending it with Soft Garden Dye and Lemon Drop Dye. Then I just glued sheets together.


I stamped the magnolias of Magnificent Magnolias Stamp Set using Noir Dye. Then I colored it using watercolor markers and applied Coordinating Die.


The next step was performing the title. I took the sentiment of I Got You Stamp Set and stamped it on the velum using Noir Dye.


Then I putted all the pieces together and decorated my card with the sequins.
I hope you enjoy it!

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Daisies, daisies, daisies…

Hello everyone!! I hope you are having a terrific Thursday!! Brenda, here with you today. It’s no secret that I LOVE daisies!! In fact, my kitchen and dining room are decorated with daisies. It’s such a happy flower, what’s not to love?

I have two daisy cards to share with you today. The first one uses the Large Florals: Daisy layering stamp.

Daisies,-Daisies,-Daisies-1I started by creating the background. I used watercolor paper to cut the 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate Die, then watercolored it in shades of green. I trimmed the outside away and cut a panel of blue cardstock to adhere it to. The sentiment, from Loose Roses, was stamped with Versamark ink and white heat embossed. The Large Florals: Daisy was stamped twice with Beach Blondie, Lemon Drop & Amber Citrine, using Found Topaz and Spiced Chai for the centers. Soft Garden & Deep Emerald were used for the leaves. The daisies were then cut out with the Coordinating Dies and adhered to opposite corners of the panel with foam adhesive. After trimming away the parts that hung off the panel, it was adhered to a yellow panel that was cut slightly larger. Glass Slippers Sequins add a little sparkle.


My second card uses the Coming Up Daisies set…


The Coming Up Daisies image was stamped onto white cardstock with Caviar Ink and colored with Copic markers, adding some additional details and depth with colored pencils. I cut the image with the Coordinating Dies, then started on the background. I watercolored a panel of watercolor paper with soft blues and greens, then set that aside to dry. I stamped the Buildable Woodgrain with Found Topaz and Dark Roast inks onto kraft cardstock. I trimmed it into strips, cut one end into a point, then ink blended Dark Roast onto the edges. I adhered the strips onto the watercolored panel to resemble a picket fence, trimming off the parts that hung off the panel. The daisy die-cut was adhered to the left with foam adhesive, also trimming the parts that hung off the edge. A butterly from Beautiful Butterflies 3 was also stamped with Caviar Ink and colored with Copics, before cutting with the Coordinating Die. The sentiment is also from the Coming Up Daisies set and was stamped with Versamark and white heat embossed onto a black cardstock strip. A combination of Mint Sugar, Misty Mint and Summer Skies Couture Mixes was the perfect finishing touch.



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Happy Thoughts

Hello Everyone! it’s LauraJane:) I have a sweet SPRINGY card for you today using the NEW Cover plate die 2 Piece Foliage. Oh! What a lovely background it makes for the pop of color from the HAPPY Fresh Cut Daisies!TT-FreshCutDaisies-LaurajaneTo make the card:

  • I started by cutting  2 Piece Foliage Coverplate die from white cardstock and carefully lifted the the foliage from the negative space then trimmed it with the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die(small) .
  • Then I glued it to a white cardbase and set it aside
  • Stamped the sentiment in the inner part of the rectangle on the cardbase
  • Stamped all the layers of Fresh Cut Daisies and Pragmatic Wreaths on #110 white cardstock,
  • Cut the daisy and wreath out with the coordinating dies
  • Colored the Wreath with Ziggys, and cut it into smaller pieces
  • Assembled them at the corner of the card front, (fussy cut the center of the daisy for more dimension) Foam tape gave some lift to the daisy.
  • Embellished with Belle’s Dress Couture mix


Supplies used from The Ton Shop:

TT-FreshCutDaisies-A-LauraJaneI love how easily this came together using the background coverplate die and the Multi layered stamps.

Until next time, Happy Crafting!


Remember, the March challenge, with the inspiration word “SPRING” is going on now at our Challenge Blog.  Make a Spring card and enter it on the there for your chance to win a $50 shopping spree at The Ton Shop.

Cheers to Green Beer

Hello everyone, it’s Lisa here and I’m just stopping by the The Ton Blog today to share a little card I put together to celebrate that special Irish day of celebration coming up soon,  St. Patrick’s Day.   I look forward to all of the fun traditions my Irish friends and I share on March 17th,  from green attire to sharing a corn beef and cabbage dinner washed down with a big mug of green beer!   The Ton’s layered Beer mug looks yummy when stamped in all the pretty shades of green.

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I used the following supplies from The Ton Shop:

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I turned the Wishful Wildflowers into a field of greens by layering and coloring them with green Copic markers.  I added a little “cheers” sentiment from the Basic Banners stamp set.  Then I topped of with some shiny green sequins from the Frosted Spearmint Couture mix.

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Just a reminder, the March challenge is underway with the inspiration word “SPRING”.  Make a pretty spring card and enter it on the Challenge Blog for your chance to win a $50 shopping spree at The Ton Shop.



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Hi everyone! Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend. It’s Mayline here today with two cards featuring our peony Bouquet stamp set,Coming Up Daisies stamp set and Fresh Cut Daisies (Coord. Outlines) stamp set.

Here is my first card. Mayline-TheTon-March-01


  1. Create an A2 sized panel from some white cardstock.
  2. Create a background image using a Buildable Woodgrain stamp set with Couture Color – Cocoa Collection.
  3. Stampe a bouquet image from peony Bouquet stamp set with Noir ink and color the image.
  4. Use the Peony Bouquet Coordinating Dies to cut the image. 
  5. Cut ‘XOXO’ using XOXO Die with black cardstock. 
  6. Adhere the image and XOXO on the background image using form tape.
  7. Add Cosmic Mauve Couture Mix at the bottom of the paper. 


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Here is my second card for today.


  1. Create an A2 sized panel from some white cardstock.
  2. Use Geometric Circles Coverplate Die using pale blue cardstock. and set aside.
  3. Stamp daisies images from Coming Up Daisies stamp set and Fresh Cut Daisies (Coord. Outlines) stamp set on the watercolor paper in Noir ink.
  4. Color the image and use Fresh Cut Daisies Coordinating Dies and Coming Up Daisies Coordinating Die to cut the images. 
  5. Use Bold General Greeting Word Plate Dies to cut the word ‘hello’
  6. Adhere the geometric die cutting pieces on the A2sized cardstock and place the flowers and leaves cutting pieces on the geometric pieces.
  7. Adhere the word ‘hello’ on the centre of the panel.
  8. Add the Rose Champagne Sparkle Couture Mix and Nuvo Jewel Drops – Sea Breeze




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