Magnolias and Butterflies

Hello! Today I want to show you one card. I used Magnificent Magnolias and a lot of pink for it. SAM_3420I stamped the magnolia branch with Caviar Dye on the cardstock and stamped the magnolias on the another sheet of cardstock. Then I colored it with alchohol markers.


I applied Coordinating Die to the magnolias on the sheet . I also cut the magnolia branch on masking paper. I covered the branch on cardstock. Then I stamped background with Toned Squares and Ballet Slippers, Soft Orchid, Arctic Sky Dye.


I toned the cardstock with Hollywood Star Dye and Orchid Crush Dye and applied Butterfly Swirl Die to it and to sheet of cardstock with the magnolias branch. I mixed this butterflies and applied Double Stitched Rectangle Die.


I got all details together and stamped the sentiment. Then I decorating my card with Sakura Petals Couture Mix.

I hope you enjoy it!




Beautiful Bettas

Hi all!!! Brenda, here with you today!!! I hope you had a fantastic weekend!!!

I have a summery card to share with you today featuring the Beautiful Bettas & Coordinating Die set…

I began by stamping each of the fish with several of The Ton’s beautiful ink colors. The largest fish was stamped with Peach Blossom, Coralline & Valentine Red. Cali Blue, Parisian Blue & Azurite were used on the medium fish. The smallest one was stamped in shades of purple…Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms & Grape Crush. After stamping the final color on each fish, the image was sprinkled with clear embossing powder and heat set, creating some areas that really catch the light. The fish were then cut out with the Coordinating Dies. The seaweed was stamped with Bright Emerald and also cut out with the Coordinating Dies. For the background panel, I chose a pale blueish green cardstock and stamped it with the waves stamp from Mermaid Vibes with Hampton White Pigment Ink. The two largest dies from the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Large) were used to create a frame from white cardstock. A couple of pieces of the seaweed were attached flat to the background, while the other seaweed, fish & frames were popped up with foam adhesive. The sentiment, also from Beautiful Bettas, was heat embossed in white onto black cardstock and then fussy cut. Some Mixed Dew Drops create the perfect bubbles. A drop of Onyx Black Nuvo Drops on the eye of the largest fish was the final step!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!! Have a wonderful week!!!


Hello friends:)Eunji here.Today I am making the violet peony card for you.using our new Blooming Peony Garden Cling Background stampp.Let’s take look at my card.

IMG_6670I started heat-embossing with black color powder the Peony image stamp on A4 size watercolor paper and colored with a drawing ink.Dried it all, splash the white ink all around.Next cut a word shape die using Peony Laurel Coordinating Dies with Adhesive Foil Paper – Gold.And the word die cut adhered to the black card stock.Lastly added a sentiment paper on card panel with foam tape and added Medallion Gold Sequins.


Thank you for stopping by and see you soon:)

Floral Birthday card

Hello Everyone! It’s Anna here and today I have a floral Birthday card to share with you.
I made my card using great Anemone Border Cling Background and Celebration Rose Cluster (sentiment).


I started by stamping flowers from the Anemone Border Cling Background with Couture Color – Beach Blondie Dye. Then, I colored these with Holbein watercolors (no line coloring).
I stamped ‘Happy Birthday’ from Celebration Rose Cluster using Versamark ink and heat embossed it in Glitter Platinum. ‘Make a Wish’ was stamped in Noir.


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

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a nice day, friends!


Waves and Moon

Hello! I want to share with you my card about the waves and moon. I like both sunsets and nights on the beach, I like to swim at this wonderful daytimes. And I like this gorgeous  Wave Stamp.


I stamped the waves layer by layer with  Cali Blue Dye, Miami Cool Dye and True Navy Dye at first. Then I covered it with masking paper. I cut the moon using Golf Therapy Dies and masking paper again and placed it on the cardstock.  Then I toned it with True Navy Dye and Lemon Drop Dye round the moon. I removed the masking paper and thats it – I got the moon in the night sky.


The next step was applying Double Stitched Circle Die to my sheet of cardstock.  I stamped the wave one more time and applied to it Coordinating Die.


I just got all elements of my card together,  stamped the title with Caviar Dye and decorated it with Dew Drops for the finish.


I hope you enjoyed my card! Have an amazing day!


Hello everyone!  Hope you had a great weekend!It’s Mayline here with you today!! Today’s card, I used Always Cherry Blossoms stamp set, Beautiful Butterflies 1 stamp set and Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Monarch.



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  1. Create an A2 sized panel from 300g watercolor paper.
  2. Stamp image from the Always Cherry Blossoms stamp set on the panel with Noir ink and color the image using watercolor paints.
  3. Stamp butterfly images from Beautiful Butterflies 1 stamp set using Noir ink on the panel.
  4. Stamp a sentiment from the Always Cherry Blossoms stamp set using Noir ink
  5. Add splatters on the panel.

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I put a large pop-up Monarch Butterfly inside of the card.


  1. Cut the butterfly from white paper using Pop-Up Butterfly Dies – Monarch.
  2. Blended oxide inks on the butterfly die-cut wing.
  3. Stamp cherry blossom images from the Always Cherry Blossoms stamp set using Rose Quartz ink on the panel.
  4. Adhere the pop-up butterfly wings to the inside of the panel.


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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Unicorn Love

Hi peeps! How’s it going? Vera here today bringing you Friday inspiration from The Ton.

I spent my 4th of July stamping & coloring since it was a rainy day in Houston. What better way spending rainy day than stamping & coloring, right? Well, that and snuggling with my pups & reading, of course. 🙂

Anyway, I decided to give some love to Lavish Donuts & Unicorns Bundle set, since it’s been a while since I play with this set. And, here’s the result:

I really, really love the way this card turned out. This purple, blue & green color combo is so pretty.

Now, a lot of time when I make my card, I create at random. Sometime, I have plan and sometime I don’t. Or I have plan and then deviate from that plan. Hah!

So, for this card, I started by stamping & heat embossing the ears and the unicorn horn with copper embossing powder. Then, in all honesty, I messed up my card along the way (that’s what happened when you don’t pay attention that there’s ink on your finger and you touch the card you’re working on). I don’t like to waste, so I just die cut the ears & horn using Lavish Unicorn Ears & Horn Bundle dies and adhere it to a new panel.

Stamp & die cut the flowers (love, love the combination of Soft Amethyst & Orchid Crush) and adhere to the card with foam adhesive. Stamped the eyes and the sentiment (I used the I Love You from Coming Up Daisies set) with Caviar ink. Added a bit of eye shadow to the eyelashes with Copic and then add some shimmer to it. After all, unicorn is all glitter and rainbow, right? 😉

Now, this is what happened when you didn’t plan well. After I was done, I looked at the card & thought, oh darn it, the card would look better with some sprinkles from Toned Squares. I can’t remove the horn & the ears since they’re already glued down. So, I decided to strategically cover some area and try to stamped the Toned Squares without messing up the card. Some of the ink didn’t stamp perfectly as I was too nervous when I press down the stamp. No worries, that’s where Copic come handy. I simply fill in the square areas with it. 🙂

I made this card just for my niece who’s been in my mind lately. She’s going through some stuff & I simply want to let her know that I love her & think the world of her. She’s my sunshine & my unicorn. 🙂

Well peeps, that’s all from me on this fine Friday. May your Friday be a great one (after all it’s almost weekend!!). Cheers….


Patriotic Donut

Hello everyone!! It’s Brenda here with you today!! I was going through my stash looking for products that haven’t gotten enough love from me lately & this Lavish Donut Cardbase Die caught my eye!! With tomorrow being the 4th of July, I thought it would be fun to create a donut in patriotic colors!!

How fun is this?? I used the Lavish Donut Cardbase Die, cut from heavyweight cardstock and folded on the score line. I stamped the frosting from Lavish Donuts and Unicorns Bundle in Azurite Ink. The “drizzle”was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with red sparkle embossing powder. The coffee cup, from the Tea Party Dies, was cut from red cardstock. Using the Lavish Donut Cardbase Die, I cut only the heart from blue glitter paper. The sentiment, also from the Lavish Donuts Unicorns Bundle was heat embossed in white onto vellum and then fussy cut. Some small red hearts from the Sugar Cookie Couture Mix add some “sprinkles” to the donut.

That’s it for me today!! Wishing you all a safe and happy Independence Day!!!

Sending mermaid Kisses

Hello fridens! Happy Monday and hope you had a wonderful weekend. It’s Mayline here today with a summery cards made using Mermaid Vibes stamp set.



  • Create a background image using a blending technique with the oxide inks on the A2 sized white cardstock.
  • Add water splashes to the blended panel for creating a texture.
  • Stamp fish, jelly fish, and coral image using Cali Blue Dye ink on the panel.
  • Stamp cloud images from Golf Course Layering Stamps set using Crystal Pewter Dye ink on the panel.
  • Stamp mermaid images from Mermaid Vibes stamp set using Noir ink on the some white cardstock and then color them using markers.
  • Fussy cut the image and adhere the image to the panel with double tape and foam tape.
  • Stamp a sentiment from Mermaid Vibes stamp set using Noir ink on the panel.


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Pink & Yellow Rose

Hi crafty friends!! Brenda, here!! I can’t believe that June is almost over!! We are half way through 2018!! Crazy!!!

I have been really into pink & yellow lately and couldn’t wait to ink up the beautiful Large Florals: Heritage Rose in these hues!!

I began by stamping the rose with Bleach Blondie, Soft Garnet, Red Sangria & Lipstick Red. Soft Garden, Bright Fern & Deep Emerald were layered for the leaves. The buds were stamped with Soft Garnet & Red Sangria with the stems in Bright Fern & Deep Emerald. Whew!!! Lots of layering creates so much dimension!! I cut all the images with the Large Florals: Heritage Rose Coordinating Dies and set them aside to work on the background.

The Geometric Circles Coverplate Die was cut from a pale yellow card stock, as was the background panel. These were layered up for a tone-on-tone background, which creates interest while keeping the focus on the stunning rose. The two largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Large) were used to cut a frame, also from pale yellow cardstock, and adhered to the background panel with dimensional adhesive. All of the stamped images were also adhered with foam adhesive, for lots of dimension. The sentiment, from Beautiful Bettas, was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed in white onto a strip of pink cardstock. Lastly, a few sequins from the Sugar Cookie Couture Mix add a little shine!!!

That will do it for me today!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!!! Enjoy the last couple of days of June!!!