Fall Thank You Card

Hello and Happy Friday, crafty friends! It’s TaeEun here today with a Fall Thank You card featuring Autumn Coloring Bits set and Fall Leaves Layered Die set. This set has a base layer and one detail layer with the vein of the leaves. I used the base layer to give my card some Fall feeling.

I started off by stamping the small Fall-themed elements from Autumn Coloring Bits set in Found Topaz. I watercolored the images and cut them using the coordinating one-piece die

The Fall Leaves were cut from some watercolor paper and colored in Sap Green, Diarylide Yellow and Transparent Pyrrole Orange of QoR watercolor. 

After the leaves were dry I splattered white opaque ink on them. I also splattered white ink on a kraft cardbase and arranged the Fall leaves on it as shown in the picture. 

I cut a white oval panel using the Double Pierced Oval Nested die set and stamped the sentiment from Multi Monsteras set in Dark Roast on it. I added the oval panel on the right bottom corner of the card and decorated it with some watercolored autumnal bits.

I finished off the card with some Medallion Gold sequins. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed looking my card 🙂 !

Have a wonderful weekend!


Happy Holidays – Festive Folk Tree

Hey, friends!! Happy hump day!! I hope you’re having a great week!!

I have a holiday card to share with you today featuring a die from the Festive Folk Tree Layering Coverplate Dies!!

I began by die-cutting one of the dies from the Festive Folk Tree Layering Coverplate Dies from green and white cardstock. I layered the die-cut background panel over a panel of silver glitter cardstock and adhered it to a white, top-folding card base.

I blended Spring Salad and Everglade Moss inks onto the green die-cut tree with a blending brush. The tree die in the same set was used to cut a solid tree once from silver glitter cardstock and three times from heavyweight white cardstock. The trees were all adhered together and popped into the negative area of the background panel.

For the sentiment, I stamped the Ribbons Holiday Stamp Set onto white cardstock with Spring Salad and Everglade Moss inks, then cut the sentiments out with the Coordinating Die. “Happy” was stamped with Everglade Moss Ink and cut into a thin strip. The “Holidays” die-cut sentiment and “happy” strip were both adhered with a combination of liquid and foam adhesive.

I know it’s difficult to see in the photos, but the glitter cardstock shows through the pierced areas on the tree and background…it’s really beautiful and festive!!

Thank you so much for spending a bit of time with me today!! Have a great Wednesday!!


Poinsettia Stars

Hi all. Happy Monday. Vera here. I’ve been working on building up my Christmas card stash and today, I am sharing one of the card.

I started by stamping & heat embossing the Confetti Star Shapes with white embossing powder. Then, I die cut it with the Confetti Star Shapes coordinating dies. Next, I did some ink blending to color the stars. I used Arctic Sky & Miami Cool ink. Once the stars done, I stamped and heat embossed Holiday Floral Coloring Bit set and die cut them with the coordinating dies. Colored the pieces with Copic and adhere them to the stars with foam adhesive.

At first, I was going to just adhere the star on plain blue cardstock, but I feel like it need something more. So, after digging on my stash, I decided to use Buildable Woodgrain, which I stamped on the background using Arctic Sky.

I adhere the stars to the background panel and then trim the panel before adhering it to the card base. To finish the card, I used a couple of the sentiment from Winter Foliage set and stamped it with Italian Denim.

Well peeps, there you have it a blue Christmas card with a pop of colored poinsettias. I hope you enoy today’s inspiration. That’s all from me today. May your week starts off wonderfully. Cheers…

You’re A Rockstar

Hello, friends and happy Friday!! I hope you’re having a great day!!

I have a fun, colorful card to share with you today featuring the Confetti Shapes Star Stamp Set!!

I stamped the Confetti Shapes Star Stamp Set onto white cardstock and the star border stamp from the Confetti Borders Stamp Set onto the top and bottom of a panel of white cardstock. I used Iris Blooms, Cobalt Breeze, Soft Garden, Beach Blondie, Coralline and Cherry Inks and dabbed the ink onto the stamps with finger daubers before stamping.

I die-cut the stars using the Confetti Shapes Star Coordinating Dies and cut three extra of each size to adhere behind the stamped stars for dimension. I trimmed a bit from each side of the white panel, then adhered strips of black cardstock to each side of a white A2 card base and adhered the panel to that. The sentiment, also from the Confetti Shapes Star Set, was white heat embossed onto black cardstock and fussy cut. It was adhered with a combination of liquid and foam adhesive.

A pretty simple card, but the rainbow colors with the pops of black really packs a punch!!

Thanks so much for dropping by today!! Have a great weekend!!


Warm winter greetings

Hello, everyone! Anna here today with a Christmas card. That is my first winter card this season)))

I started by stamping beautiful cluster from Boundless Poinsettias with Bubblegum, Cherry, Red Sangria, Bright Fern and Basil Mojito ink pads. Then I cut out it using Boundless Poinsettias coordinating die. For the background, I cut out a stripe design panel with Candy Cane Stripes Coverplate Die and used it like a stencil to ink blending Stormy Sea on A2 sized card base.

I adhered the poinsettia cluster on the card and added a few berry branches from Berry Bits. To make them, I stamped berry images with Deep Emerald, Everglade Moss, Red Sangria and Lipstick Red. All berry bits were cut out with Berry Bits coordinating die.

Next, I gold heat embossed the sentiment from Boundless Poinsettias on a piece of white cardstock and cut out it with Double Stitched Rectangle A2 Nested Dies.

That’s all from me today! Thanks so much for stopping by!



Holly Jolly Christmas

Hello crafty friends! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with a holiday card featuring Jolly Border stamp set. The delicate poinsettia border is so gorgeous and could be used as a festive frame for your holiday sentiment! You can create a quick, yet festive holiday card with this one stamp set!

To start off I ink blended a navy cardstock in Grape Crush, Italian Denim and True Navy making it darker towards the top. After ink blending I stamped the Jolly Border on it in Hampton White pigment ink and colored the border using Polychromos colored pencils. I left the stamp in my MISTI and stamped it again in an embossing ink after coloring. I then gold heat embossed the image. 

To cut the Jolly Border I used the coordinating die of the Wonderland Print set which matches perfectly with the Jolly Border!

I white heat embossed the sentiment from the same stamp set on the middle panel and cut the outer piece using the Quilted A2 die to add some texture to the background. 

I adhered the center piece and the outer piece on a navy cardstock and added the Jolly Border using foam tape. To finish off I added a few Medallion Gold sequins. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed looking my card 🙂 !

Have a wonderful week!


Two Cards with One Poinsettia Bouquet

Hello, friends and happy Wednesday!! How’s your week going? Mine is flying by!!

I fell in love with the Poinsettia Bouquet Stamp Set the moment that I saw it!! Such a beautiful bouquet with a large poinsettia in the center surrounded by anemones!!The image is so large that I decided to split it in two and make two cards from it…gotta love a twofer!!

I began by gold heat embossing the Poinsettia Bouquet Stamp Set onto Bristol smooth cardstock. I watercolored it using Karin Brushmarker Pro markers and added some gold splatters.

Once it was dry, I cut it out with the Coordinating Die, then cut the poinsettia in two pieces. I also diluted some of the ink from the markers and splattered that onto a white card base, along with more gold.

Next, I die-cut the Mini Sprigs Cover Die from gold glitter cardstock. I also gold heat embossed the Styled Christmas Sentiments Stamp Set and a sentiment from the Obligatory Christmas set onto white cardstock. The Styled Christmas Sentiments Coordinating Die was used to cut the Styled Sentiments out and the other one was trimmed into a rectangle.

I adhered a strip of gold glitter paper along the left side of the card base, then adhered the sprigs and poinsettia, as shown. A thin strip of gold glitter cardstock was adhered under each sentiment and they were popped up with foam adhesive.

A few Medallion Gold Sequins and some gold Stickles in the center of the poinsettias finish off the cards perfectly!!

I hope you like how these turned out as much as I do!! I love the color combo with all of the touches of gold!!

Thanks so much for hanging out with me for a bit today!! Have a great day!!


Cosmos best wishes

Hello, everyone! Anna here today and I’m sharing a floral best wishes card.

I started by stamping beautiful flowers from Charming Cosmos on a white cardstock. For the pink (light purple) flower, I used Soft Orchid, Orchid Crush and Plum Wine ink pads. I stamped orange cosmos in Peach Blossom, Coralline and Coral Cavern. The red flowers were stamped with Red Sangria, Lipstick Red and Wine inks. For the foliage, I used Matcha dye ink. I fussy cut all images, but you can use Charming Cosmos Coordinating Die for quick and easy way.

To create the background, I ink blended Peach Blossom on a piece of white cardstock and cut out a card panel using Convention Coverplate Die. I then adhered the panel on a white card base.

I arranged and adhered all images to the card. The sentiment from Charming Cosmos was stamped in Spring Salad on a stripe of white cardstock.

Lastly, I added a few sequins from Just a Dream Couture Mix.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



Poinsettia Cards & Envelopes

Hello friends!! I hope you’re having a great week!!

I have a couple of poinsettia cards with matching envelopes to share with you today!! They combine many of the fabulous goodies from the newest release!!

I began by stamping all of my grouped layering stamps onto white cardstock. For the poinsettias in the Dashing Poinsettias and Pleasing Poinsettias, I used Soft Garnet, Red Sangria and Valentine Red Inks. I gold heat embossed the centers of the poinsettias. For the leaves in those sets and the Holly Bits, I used Meadow, Evergreen and Everglade Moss. The berries in Holly Bits were stamped in Soft Garnet and Valentine Red. The Dashing Poinsettias, Pleasing Poinsettias and Holly Bits Coordinating Dies were used to cut all of the stamped images out and they were set aside.

For the backgrounds, I gold heat embossed the Confetti Shapes Squares and Confetti Shapes Circles onto white cardstock, then cut them out with the Confetti Shapes Squares and Confetti Shapes Circles Coordinating Dies. I arranged and adhered them to a white top-folding card base. The poinsettias, leaves and holly die-cuts were adhered the to the card base, as well.

For the sentiments, I gold heat embossed the This Year Mini Sentiment and Styled Christmas Sentiments stamps onto white cardstock. I used the This Year Mini Sentiment and Styled Christmas Sentiments Coordinating Dies to cut them out, then popped them up with foam adhesive onto the front of my cards.

The coordinating envelopes were stamped with the Poinsettia Mail Stamp Set. One was stamped in Red Sangria Ink and the other was gold heat embossed.

I really love how all of these products work together!!

Thanks so much for dropping by today!! Have a great Thursday!!


Poinsettias – New Grouped Layering Stamps

Hello and Happy Monday everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start! 

It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of holiday cards featuring some of the new grouped Layering stamp sets from the latest release; Dashing Poinsettias, Pleasing Poinsettias, Holly Bits and Boundless Poinsettias

For the first card I used the solo poinsettias and leaves from Dashing Poinsettias and Pleasing Poinsettias set along with the Holly Bits to make the festive clusters. 
The Dashing Poinsettias has three solo poinsettias in different sizes and the Pleasing Poinsettias has three poinsettias in different angles in the similar size. 

I stamped the poinsettias in pink, purple and red and the leaves in cool gray. The colors I used are listed below.

I cut them all using the coordinating dies and set them aside.

I ink blended the upper right part of a white cardbase lightly in Iris Blooms and splattered purple and white watercolor on it. 

I cut the Mini Sprigs from some white cardstock and arranged them on the base of my poinsettia clusters. The poinsettias, leaves and Holly Bits were adhered using foam tape. 

The white heat embossed sentiment is from Confetti Shapes Circle set.  To match with the leaves I ink blended the sentiment strip in Soft Ash and Periwinkle

I finished off the card with a few Glass Slippers sequins

The second card is showcasing the Boundless Poinsettias grouped layering stamp set. 

I wanted the poinsettias to be two toned- pink and yellow (orange). So I stamped each layer with two inks.

The first layer of the poinsettias were stamped in Bubblegum and Amber Citrine,  the second layer in Dolled Up and Coralline Hybrid, the third layer were stamped in Deep Peony. The leaves were stamped in Meadow and Spring Salad.

I then colored the image with Polychromos colored pencils to add more detail. 

To create the background I ink blended a white panel in Peach Blossom and Bubblegum and cut it with the Festive Folk Coverplate die

The background panel was mounted flat on a white cardbase and the Boundless Poinsettias with foam tape on it. I splattered white ink on the card and let it dry. 

The sentiment from Ribbons Holiday set was partially gold heat embossed and stamped in Basil Mojito. I cut the sentiment with the coordinating die and added it to the card. I finished off this card with some sequins from Raspberry Sparkle Couture Mix

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed looking my card 🙂 !

Have a wonderful day!