Happy Florals card

Hello, everyone! It’s Anna here and I’m sharing a card I made using a Happy Florals stamp set.


I started by stamping flowers onto a white cardstock with Beach Blondie, Coralline, Peach Blossom and Red Sangria. The leaves were stamped in Bright Fern and berries were stamped in Red Sangria. Then, I fussy cut them all.


I stamped the sentiment onto a A2 sized white card panel using Bright Fern Dye. I adhered all images on the card panel and added a few sequins from Pink Diamond Couture Mix to finish it up.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!



Peony Dreams Cluster

Hello everyone! Hope the month of July is off to a great start for you all! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of floral cards I created using the beautiful Peony Dreams Cluster stamp! Peony Dreams Cluster is a big clear background stamp in 5.75 x 5.75 inches which includes two huge peonies.

For the first card I stamped the image as it is.

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To start off I white heat embossed the Peony Dreams Cluster on a watercolor paper panel and colored the image using Color Burst powders. I colored one peony in Fuchsia and the other in orange leaving the tip of each petal almost white to add highlight.

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After the panel was dry I cut it using Double Stitched Rectangle die and mounted it flat on a white cardbase. I then cut the sentiment using Hugs word die once from Adhesive Glitter paper Glossy Fine Silver and three times from some heavyweight white cardstock. I stacked them together and adhered it onto the card. I finished off the card by scattering some Glass Slippers Round Confetti sequins.

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For the next card I stamped only the part with one peony on a corner of a A2 sized panel, masked the flower and added some branches with little flowers to create a new floral cluster design.

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I stamped Peony Dreams Cluster in light ink to do no-line coloring. After stamping was done I colored the image using Luminance colored pencils. I wanted to try a unusual color combination: burgundy, brown and gray. I also tried a new to me coloring style which shows the pencil strokes. It was hard for me to step out of my comfort zone but I’m glad I gave it a try.

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The sentiment from Penned Sentiments set was gold heat embossed directly on the colored panel.

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The colored panel was cut using Double Stitched Rectangle die again and foam mounted on a kraft cardbase. I finished off the card by adding some Medallion Gold sequins.

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That’s it from me for today! I hope you enjoyed looking my cards!

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting!


Just Saying Thanks

Hello everyone!  It’s Mayline here today with a pair of floral cards I made using  Today’s Cosmos stamp set, Loose Peonies stamp set, Beautiful Butterflies 1, and Toned Hearts stamp set.



  • Create a slightly taller than A2 sized panel from some cardstock.
  • Stamp sentiment from Toned Hearts stamp set with Caviar Hybrid on the centre of the panel.
  • Stamp flower, leaves and butterfly images from Today’s Cosmos stamp set and  Beautiful Butterflies using Caviar Hybrid on the panel.
  • Use markers to colour images and add a shadow around images and sentiment with light grey markers.
  • Add dots around the images using a marker.






Here is another card. I used the same method to make this second card. I used a pink colour cardstock and stamped images from Today’s Cosmos stamp set, Loose Peonies stamp set, and Beautiful Butterflies 1 stamp set using Caviar Hybrid which is Copic friendly black hybrid ink. And I coloured them using markers and used  Soft Garnet Dye ink to stamp solid butterfly and leaves images. Lastly, I added white circles around the images using a white pen.




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Happy Florals Birthday Card & Fab Day Peony Tag

Good morning everyone!! I hope you had a great weekend!!

Today, I am sharing a birthday card with a coordinating tag!! I used different stamp sets on each, but I feel like they really complement each other!!


I started with the card and stamped several of the images from the Happy Florals stamp set using the following colors collections: Orchid, Amethyst, Citrine and Crystal Garden. Once they were dry, I fussy cut them all out. I played around with the arrangement until I found something that I liked and glued them all together. I die-cut the black background panel with the largest of the Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Sm) and splattered diluted gouache onto it with a brush. Once that was dry, I adhered the floral arrangement to the panel with foam adhesive. The greeting, also from Happy Florals, was stamped with Noir Ink onto a white cardstock strip. I placed some silver glitter tape onto a piece of scrap cardstock and trimmed it down to frame my sentiment strip. I added some shimmer with a Clear Wink of Stella pen and a sprinkling of Glass Slippers Sequin Mix.



The tag was created pretty much the same way, except I used the Fab Day Peony stamp set and only the two lightest colors of ink from each collection. The tag was cut using the Holiday Chic Tag Dies. I bit of black & white twine was tied at the top of the tag.


That’s it for me today!! Thanks so much for stopping by and spending a bit of your day with me!!


Lilly hugs

Hi peeps! How’s it going? Vera here to continue sharing my love of The Ton SVG digital cut file. I seriously love them. No, I am not saying it because I am on their design team, but because I genuinely love them and I think you could totally see it in my creations.

I have more cards to share using the cut files. Well, for today, I am playing with Fresh Layered Lily Bundle SVG Cut File. When I saw it, I was like, oh me, me, me… I want it! I love working with flowers in case you couldn’t tell. 😉

I started by cutting the framed lily with my Brother Scan ‘n Cut. Once that done, I adhere the outline frame to  the card base after laying out all the inside pieces. Then, I colored all the pieces. I actually started by using distress oxide ink.

Then, I wasn’t quite happy with the result and I thought I should add more details with my Copic. Well, I ended up  liking the Copic results more, so I just colored all the pieces with Copic all over again. Apparently it still works to color on top of the distress oxide. 🙂


Once I am happy with the coloring, then I added more details with white glaze pen. Just drawing a bunch of dots at various sizes. Done with that, adhered all the pieces inside the outline.

For the sentiment, I used the sentiment from Peony Laurel (I used this set a lot!!). Stamped it and fill out the open space of the letter.

I decided the card still need a bit more zing to it, so I covered the flower and sentiment with napkin paper and spray & sprinkle some white paint. And, that’s it.

Have you give the digital file a try? If not, I encourage you to give it a try. They’re so reasonable priced and so easy to use and they work with all kind of cutting machine.

Well peeps, that’s all from me today. May your weekend starts off wonderfully.


Garden Foliage and Amazing Anemone Layering SVG Cut Files

Hello, everyone! Anna here with a couple of cards I made using The Ton’s digital files.

The first one features Garden Foliage Coverplate SVG Cut File.


I started by ink blending Couture Color – Bright Fern and Couture Color – Everglade Moss onto a piece of white cardstock and cu out the foliage frame using Garden Foliage Coverplate SVG Cut File from it. I then added some white ultrathick embossing enamel to a piece of vellum and heat embossed it. I cut out another foliage frame from the vellum with Garden Foliage Coverplate SVG Cut File as well.


Next, I ink blended Bright Fern on a card base, stamped a sentiment from Hustle and Grind Sentiments with Versamark ink onto this base and heat embossed it in Glitter Gold. I adhered all frames to the card and embellished my card using Wintergreen Frost Couture Mix.

The second card is showcasing Amazing Anemone Layering Coverplate SVG Cut File.


I cut the first layer of the flowers from pink cardstock. The second layer was cut out from coral cardstock. And the last layer was cut out from white cardstock. To create the background, I ink blended Couture Color – Deep Emerald Dye onto a A2 sized white cardstock. I stacked all layers together and adhered them to the card base.


To make a sentiment I cut out “Thank you” from gold glitter cardstock using Thank You Word Dies. Lastly, I added a few sequins from Raspberry Coulis Couture Mix.

To cut out all images I used Cricut machine.

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


Peony Fields

Hello crafty friends! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with a pair of cards I made using the gorgeous Peony Fields cling background stamp.

I’ve created two panels in different ways and cut them to mix and match.

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The first panel was created by heat embossing Peony Fields image on a shimmery cardstock panel in silver. I left the stamp in the MISTI tool and stamped the second panel. I scribbled Tombow brush markers on the stamp, sprayed water on it and stamped the image on a watercolor paper panel. I repeated the process until I was happy with the result.

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Now I have two panels with exactly the same image on them. I cut both panels using the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die and then cut them along a line I drew on the back. I then switched the lower part of them and made them into two cards.

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I foam mounted the upper parts on light gray cardbases and adhered the lower parts flat on them. The sentiments are from Chandelier set. I white heat embossed them on gray cardstock. I cut the sentiments in strips and added them onto the cards. To finish off I added some Glass Slippers sequins.

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That’s it from my side for today! Hope I could show you how to add more interest by mixing and matching parts of two differently stamped panels.

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Wishing you all a happy week!




New SVG Cut Files: Pivot Pop Up and Pop Up Butterfly

Hi, everyone! I’m back to announce the release of two new interactive/pop up SVG cut files! We have a new Twist and Pop or Pivot Pop Up digital cut file and our new Lovely Butterfly Pop Up cut file!

Let’s introduce our Twist and Pop SVG Cut File. This cut file has two images that can be cut out with your Cricut or similar machine. Once assembled, you have

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I have a Cricut and Scan N Cut tutorial for this SVG. The assembly of the mechanisms is the same. Watch the Cricut tutorial for assembly instructions (begins at 4:28). The only difference between these two videos is that you have to manually score the cut images when using the SNC to cut out your files.

Supplies used to create the inside of this pop up card:

Next up is our Lovely Butterfly Pop Up SVG Cut File!

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I wanted to design a more whimsical butterfly pop up design and this is what I came up with. If you’re looking for physical butterfly pop up dies, we have three beautifully realistic pop up dies in our shop: Monarch, Morpho and Swallowtail.

Assembling this butterfly is so easy! Watch this tutorial to see how:

We also have a coordinating non-interactive SVG cut file for this butterfly. You can use this to decorate the front of your card with your surprise butterfly inside!

That’s all from me today! I hope you enjoyed seeing all the new digital goodies for today.


Card with Abstract Peonies

Hello! Olga  with you today! I will show you my card with Abstract Peonies Stamps.


I stamped all layers of  flower using Ballet Slippers, Soft Orchid, Orchid Crush Dyes. I used Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms, Grape Crush Dye for another color of the flower and Soft Garden, Bright Fern Dyes for leaves.


Then I cut it. I also stamped some flowers for background. I used quartz sand for textured effect on my card.


I stamped the title using Memories Flair Builder Set and Noir Dye. I put all elements together and decorated my card with Pink Bokeh Couture Mix.

Have a nice day!