Happy Birthday – Lily Bloom

Hello, crafty friends and happy Friday!! I have a lily birthday card to share with you today!!

I started by white heat embossing the Lily Bloom Stamp onto white cardstock twice. I blended the lily from the Lily Bloom Stencil Set using Ballet Slippers, Dolled Up, Grand Fuchsia, Wine & Coral Cavern inks and the stems and leaves with Soft Garden & Bright Fern. I used my scissors and fussy cut them out. There is a Coordinating Die available, but I don’t have it, so I just cut it out by hand.

For the background, I die-cut the top layer of the Lily Trio Layering Coverplate Die from white cardstock and adhered it to an A2 white card base. The stenciled lilies were adhered with liquid glue and the excess was trimmed from the edges.

The sentiment, from the Coming Up Peruvian Lilies Stamp Set, was stamped with Noir ink, cut out with the Coordinating Die and popped up with foam adhesive. Deep Pink Gems were the perfect finishing touch.

That’s it for me today…thanks for stopping by!! Have a wonderful weekend!!


Lily Birthday Card

Hello, everyone! Anna here with a birthday card today.

I used Lily Bloom Layering Stencils to make a floral image for my card. I stenciled the lily with Amber Citrine, Peach Blossom, Bubblegum, Soft Garnet, Red Sangria and Lipstick Red inks. The leaves were colored in Raw Sea Glass and Caribbean Turquoise. I fussy cut the image, but you can use coordinating die to cut it. For the background, I ink blended Amber Citrine and Bubblegum in the center of the A2 sized white cardstock and adhered the white panel on it that was cut out with SLIMLINE – Diagonal Stripes Coverplate Die on it.

The sentiment from The Most Interesting Cardmaker 2.0 stamp set was stamped in Caviar. I added a few gems from Rhinestones Mixed – Pale Yellow Opaque and Rhinestones Mixed – Gold Rainbow Opaque.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great Wednesday!


Posy Bouquet Slimline Card

Hello everyone! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a floral slimline Mother’s Day card! I filled a slimline card with lots of cute small flowers using the Posy Bouquet stencils and die sets! 

I started by stenciling the Posy Bouquet in four color groups. The ink colors I used are listed below.

After I was done with the stenciling I cut the images using the coordinating die and set them aside. 

To create the background I first cut the Slimline Fractured coverplate three times from some white cardstock and layered them all up. I adhered it on a slimline cardbase on which I ink blended Bubblegum, Peach Blossom, Azurite and Soft Amethyst

I then foam mounted the Posy Bouquet on the area of the card with the matching background color.

The sentiment from the Coming Up Peruvian Lillies set was white heat embossed on a piece of purple cardstock, die cut using the coordinating die and added to the card. 

I finished off this card with a few Silver Rainbow Opaque rhinestones

That’s it from me! Hope you like this colorful slimline Mother’s Day card! 

Thank you so much for stopping by!


Mother’s Day Lilies

Hi friends. Vera here today. Mother’s Day coming up soon, I figure I better get going and get my Mother’s Day card done. For this, I am creating with the recently released Coming Up Peruvian Lilies. It’s a gorgeous flower and a fun one to color as well.

I stamped the flowers with Caviar ink pad and colored it with Copic markers. Die cut the image with Coming Up Peruvian Lilies Coordinating Die. For the background I wanted something subtle and am using Magnolia Field Cling Background stamped with Ballet Slippers ink.

Trim the panel and adhere the lilies with foam adhesive to the panel. Trim any excess part and adhere the panel to card base. Finished by adding sentiment that come with the lilies set.

I love the contract between the subtle background and the bold colors of the flowers. What do you think of this lilies? I have to say I don’t know much of this lilies as I am still very green in my gardening skills. I actually checked out Pinterest to see what real Peruvian lilies looks like. Considering lilies is one of my favorite flower breed, I am not surprise that this one is just as gorgeous as other lilies.

That’s all I have for today. I hope you enjoy today’s inspiration and I wish you all a wonderful weekend. Till next time.

Mother’s Day card with Posy Bouquet

Hello, everyone! It’s Anna here today with a floral card I made using Posy Bouquet Layering Stencils.

I started by stenciling images with Arctic Sky, Periwinkle, Miami Cool inks. For the leaves, I used Matcha and Soft Garden ink pads. Next, I fussy cut them all, but you can use coordinating die. To make the background, I cut out a white cardstock panel with Geometric Circles Coverplate Die. I ink blended a little Arctic Sky ink on it.

Then, I made a sentiment. I cut out a white cardstock solid panel with a single stitch line inside using Double Pierced Ornate Nested Dies and stamped the sentiment from Perfect Offspring in Periwinkle on it. “Mom” was heat embossed in Rose Gold. I added a few rhinestones from Seafoam Opaque mix and Emerald Green Opaque to embellish my card.

Thank you so much for stopping by!


Dahlia Mother’s Day Card

Hello, crafty friends and happy Friday!! I hope you have some fun crafty plans for the weekend!! I have a stenciled dahlia Mother’s Day card to share with you today!! Mother’s Day is just a little over four weeks away…it will be here before we know it!!

I began by stenciling the Climbing Dahlias Layering Stencil Set onto white cardstock with the following inks: Vanilla Frosted Cupcake, Beach Blondie, Amber Citrine, Peach Blossom, Coralline, Coral Cavern, Soft Garden and Bright Fern inks. I used the Coming Up Dahlias Coordinating Die to cut it out.

For the background, I die-cut Lone Dahlia Coverplate Die from white cardstock and layered it over a white card base that was blended with Peach Blossom and Coralline inks. The dahlia was adhered with liquid glue.

The sentiment is from the Coming Up Peruvian Lilies Stamp Set. It was stamped onto white cardstock with Coralline ink and cut out with the Coordinating Die. I popped it up with foam tape and added some Pale Orange Opaque Gem to finish it off.

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


Smooshing Watercolor Floral Cards

Hi friends. Vera here. Hope you are doing well. Today I am sharing a few cards I made using older sets. When I look at my stamping stash, I realized that I have many of The Ton sets that I just love, but haven’t used much since I tend to focus on newer sets. So, I decided to do something about it.

For all 3 cards, I am using the same technique to keep the process simple. Here’s my 1st card I am using Bunny Blooms set.

To start, I simply stamped the image using Caviar ink pad on a piece of watercolor cardstock. Next, on a piece of plastic (I just used the back of the plastic that came with the stamp set) I scribble some watercolor using watercolor markers in an angle and then spritzed it with some water. Then simply smooshed the plastic on top the image. Trim the panel and then adhere it to the card base. For the sentiment I used the sentiment from Rose Labels set. Finished by adding some mixed size Fern Green Gem rhinestones.

For the next couple cards I used Noteworthy Blooms set.

I finished the card using sentiment also from Rose Labels set and some mixed size Deep Blue Opaque rhinestones. And, last but not least my 3rd card using exact same sets as the card above, just different colored card base.

On this one I used mixed size Light Aqua rhinestones. These 3 cards are fun and easy to make. I hope you enjoy today’s inspirations. That’s all I have for today. Till next time & may your day be a good one. Cheers.

Climbing Dahlias

Hello everyone! It’s TaeEun here today with a soft stenciled dahlia card. I used the new Climbing Dahlias stencils which coordinate with the Coming Up Dahlias stamp and die set from a previous release. 

I started by heat embossing the Coming Up Dahlias stamp in silver on a Neenah solar white cardstock panel and stenciled the image using the Climbing Dahlias stencil set. I chose blue and purple color scheme for the dahlia flowers and stenciled the leaves in gray. The ink colors I used for the flowers are Blue Diamond, Cobalt Breeze, Parisian Blue, Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms and Grape Crush. I added a hint of pink using a blending brush which I use for blending the pink inks. For the leaves I used Soft Ash and Periwinkle. I die cut the stenciled image using the Coming Up Dahlias coordinating die and set it aside. 

To create the background I die cut the Foliage Border from some white cardstock two times and layered them together. I adhered the Foliage Border on a white cardbase on white I blended purple and blue lightly using the blending brushes I used to stencil the flowers. 

I placed the Dahlia flower on the background using foam tape and added the sentiment.

The sentiment is from the Coming Up Peruvian Lillies set. I heat embossed the scripty sentiment in silver and cut it using the coordinating die. The sub-sentiment from the same stamp set was heat embossed in white on a strip of purple cardstock. 

Lastly I adhered some Dew Drop Clear Enamel Dots on the card and the card was done!

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


Posy Birthday Wish

Hi peeps. How’s it going? Vera here. As we end the first quarter of 2023, let’s close it with a lovely card, shall we? Today, I am featuring the new Posy Bouquet Layering Stencils.

Playing with stencils is definitely something that I really enjoy. I love the soft coloring that I can get from stencil. Here, I inked up the stencil with Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms. Soft Garden and Lemon Drop. Next, I cut the image in two.

Stamp a sentiment from an oldie but goodie, Charming Cosmos set on a strip of cardstock. Then adhere the top flower followed by the sentiment strip and then the bottom part of the flower. And, since I love shimmer, I added thin strips of glitter cardstocks to the sentiment strip. Finished by adding mix size Light Purple Opaque rhinestones. Quick, simple, but festive.

Well friends, please pardon me as this post is short. My work load is quite crazy at the moment, so squeezing in blogging time. I hope you enjoy today’s card and I wish you all many great moments for the next coming quarter. Happy weekend all.

Wild Spray card

Hello, everyone! Anna here with a floral Birthday card today.

I started by stenciling images using Wild Spray Stencils with Bubblegum, Peach Blossom, Cherry/Lipstick Red , Spring Salad and Dark Roast inks. I the fussy cut them all, but you can use Wild Spray Coordinating Die.

For the background, I cut out the white cardstock panel using Quilted A2 Coverplate Die and adhered it on a white cardstock card base.

I stamped the sentiment using Easy Expressions stamp set with Noir (but “birthday” was gold heat embossed) and cut out with Easy Expressions Coordinating Die. To embellish the card, I added a few rhinestones from Rhinestones Mixed – Deep Pink Gem.

Hope you have a great day! Thank you for stopping by!