Video: 2 Rose Wonderland Print Cards

Hello and welcome back, everyone! I have two videos for today using our new Rose Wonderland Print set!

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Let’s move onto our projects for the day!

Photo taken against our Gray Noise Backdrop Board

For my first card, I created a simple and quick card using the larger multi step stamps in our Rose Wonderland set.

I stamped the foliage stamp in our Bright Emerald Dye Ink and the floral stamp in our Red Sangria Hybrid Ink. I did not use the third larger detail stamp for the florals/roses for this card. However, you can see the effect of the third stamp in this next photo (blue and purple cards):

Aren’t these cards lovely? And they’re so easy and quick to make (especially if you have a Misti)! Let’s move onto the second card!

For my next card, I used the smaller individual stamps to create a custom print. For the leaves and other foliage, I used our soft gray Crystal Pewter dye ink. For the florals, I used a combination of our Cali Blue and Azurite dye inks.

Once the stamping was complete, I trimmed the stamped panel to 4in x 5.25inches. Then I adhered that panel onto a side folding A2 base.

Next, I die cut our Hello Word Die three times on white cardstock and once with black cardstock. Then I layered/stacked the pieces to create my own sentiment embellishment. I layered the black piece on the bottom of my stacked sentiment making sure to offset it just a bit to create a shadow effect. Next, I glued down the hello onto the center of my card.

Then I white heat embossed the “just saying” portion of the sentiment (from the same Rose Wonderland Print set) onto black cardstock, cut it into a sentiment strip and popped it up on my card under the hello sentiment. Lastly, I added some glossy black sequins to complete my card!

I hope you enjoyed my projects and videos today! I love how easy it is to create with this Rose Wonderland set. Thanks for stopping by!!

Mother’ Day Card

Hi peeps! How’s it going? Vera here. Hopefully this post goes up without a hitch as today I will actually be on my way back from our vacation.

Hubby and I decided to go to Amsterdam to see their famous flower fields. It’s been on our bucket list to go to Keukenhof. With my mind filled with the thoughts of flowers and with the Netherlands where my mom used to live, I made this card below.

To start with, I colored a piece of Yupo paper with alcohol pearl inks. I really loving this technique to create soft, rainbow background in no time. Then I trim the panel into 3 section, 1 wide and 2 super skinny strip and adhere them to the card base.

Next, I worked on the flower. I used Beautiful Branches set. Simply stamp, color & die cut it using my Scan ‘n Cut machine. Arrange them on the card and adhere to the card base with foam adhesive.

Next, I stamp the sentiment using the lovely sentiment is from Coming Up Dahlias set. I love this wording. Finish by adding a couple dew drops. Have I mention how much I love using dew drops on my card? Hah…

Oh yeah, hopefully on this last pic you can see the pretty sheen from alcohol pearl inks. I sure hope my mom will love this card.

Well peeps, that’s all from me today. Wishing you all a lovely day. Cheer…..



Hello – Wildflower Bouquet Builder

Hello everyone!! I hope you are having a wonderful week!!

I have a card to share with you today that showcases the Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set! The set includes many different flowers so that you can design your own bouquet. However, I just used the largest image on this simple card.


I began by stamping the largest floral image from the Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set to the left of a panel of white cardstock with Caviar Ink. I colored the image with Copic markers and added some colored pencil details. I trimmed the left side of the panel down about 1/2″, stopping on each side of the leaves, then fussy cut around those. I trimmed a strip of black and white striped patterned paper and placed it behind the left side of the floral panel. I also stamped the sentiment and a couple of the bees included in the set with Caviar Ink. A sprinkling of Glass Slippers Round Confetti Mix completes the card!



That’ll do it for me today!! Thanks for stopping by!!

Have a fantastic week!!


Wedding wishes card

Hi everyone!! I hope you are having a great weekend!! It’s Mayline here with a wedding wishes card I made using Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set,  Haute Wedding Dress stamp set, banners- basic stamp set and perfect fit sentiments stamp set.



  1. Create an A2 sized panel from white cardstock.
  2. Stamped the girl in the dress from Haute Wedding Dress using  Noir Dye Ink on some watercolour paper.
  3. Stamp a wildflower image from Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set using Distress ink “Scattered Straw” on the wedding dress image.
  4. Use a no-line watercolour technique to colour the image.
  5. Stamp another wildflower image from Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set using Distress ink “Scattered Straw” on another watercolour paper.
  6. Again, use a no-line watercolour technique to colour the image.
  7. Fussy cut the flower and the girl image and place them to the panel.
  8. Stamp a sentiment from banners- basic  stamp set (congratulations) and perfect fit sentiments stamp set (on your wedding) with Noir Dye Ink on the panel.




Thank you for stopping by!

Fantastic Feathers

Hello, everyone! It’s Anna here and today I’m sharing a card featuring the Fantastic Feathers stamp set.


I started by stamping the peacock with Caribbean Turquoise dye, Iris Bloom dye, Beach Blondie, True Navy, Azurite and Amber Citrine. I then fussy cut the image.

To create the background, I cut out foliage pattern from masking paper using 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate Die and added it to my card panel. I ink blended Ballet Slippers at the top of this panel and removed masking paper.

Next, I stamped the sentiment in Noir. “WONDERFUL” was stamped in Plum Wine.


I attached the beautiful bird to the card panel. To embellish I used a Glossy Accents (one drop to every “eye” of the feathers).

Thans so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful weekend!



Coffee Lover 2019

Hi everyone!!! It’s TaeEun here today with a very special post. We are so excited to join the super fun 2019 Spring/Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!  The Ton is proud to be a super sponsor for this hop. You can link up your newly created coffee, tea, and/or cocoa projects with Spring or Summer theme for a chance to win many prizes, including one coffee/tea themed stamp of choice by The Ton!

This hop runs from Friday, May 3 – Friday, May 10. Winners will be announced on Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog on Sunday, May 12th. See all the details HERE.

I’ve made a spring themed card. After a long Winter finally blooming Spring flowers can be seen everywhere now.  A lovely small wildflower bouquet made during a walk could embellish your table. Maybe you put the bouquet in a cute coffee cup :).


I started off by stamping the cup from Tea Party set in Hampton White pigment ink on a Toned Tan paper panel. I masked the cup and continued stamping the saucer and the floral cluster from Wildflower Bouquet Builder set.


I colored the image with Luminance colored pencils. I chose soft colors for the flowers and the cup to give the card a springlike touch. I fussy cut the right side of the image along the outline and glued the panel on a soft pink cardstock. I cut the pink cardstock again along the outline leaving a thin pink border.


The sentiment is from Hug in a Mug set. I heat embossed the sentiment on the white cardbase in Rose Gold embossing powder. I foam mounted the front panel with the image on the cardbase. To finish off I added some sequins from Summer Soiree and Coral Necklace Couture Mix.


I hope you enjoyed my card today. Don’t forget to hop over to the Coffee Loving Cardmakers Blog with a cup of coffee, tea or cocoa ready in your hand, as there are so many other participants playing along in this hop.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Have a happy hopping!



Floral Sympathy Card

Hello everyone! Hope the month of May started off great for you all! It’s TaeEun here today with a floral sympathy card. It isn’t a good feeling when a sympathy card is needed. But as card makers we can give some handmade love and comfort to someone in sorrow.

My card for today is featuring Wildflower Bouquet Builder set from our Spring release. This set includes several cute and cheery wildflower cluster images. But I tried this time to color the flowers in warm and soft tone except for the big red flowers to match the images with the occasion.

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I started off by ink blending a A2 sized white cardstock panel in Lemon Drop and Peach Blossom after masking the middle part.  I left the mask and started stamping the floral clusters from Wildflower Bouquet Builder set in Lemon Drop on the upper and lower part of the masked area.

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I colored the floral images using Prismacolor colored pencils . After coloring was done I removed the mask. I then gold heat embossed the sentiment from Penned Sentiments set on the masked area.

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I cut the front panel using Double Stitched Rectangle die and adhered two thin strips of Adhesive Foil paper gold on the borders between the sentiment and the colored area. I then foam mounted the panel on a kraft cardbase. To finish off I scattered some Medallion Gold sequins and little clear sequins from Coral Necklace Couture Mix and added white splatters using a white gel pen.

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That’s it from me today! Hope you like my card.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Have a wonderful day!


Just Saying Thanks

Hi everyone!! I hope you are having a great weekend!! It’s Mayline here with two cards I made using Wildflower Bouquet Builder stamp set, Toned Hearts stamp set and Beautiful Butterflies 3 stamp set.

Here are two cards and I used the same stamp sets & colouring tools. But I just made them different by placing images on the panel. which layout do you like more?

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Thank you for stopping by!







Card With Wildflowers

Hello! Olga with you today. I created one card with interesting background.


At first, I stamped Daisy Fields on the cardstock with watermark ink. Than I embossed it with Clear Powder. I colored the background using Distress Oxide and Gold watercolor.


I stamped the flower of Wildflower Bouquet Builder with Noir Dye and cut it.


Than I created the title. I stamped the sentiments of  The Most Interesting Cardmaker 2.0 on the black cardstock with watermark ink and embossed it with White Powder.

I decorated my card with watercolor splashes and sequins.

I hope you like my yellow card! Have a nice day!

Have The Best Day Ever

Hi everyone. Vera here. The weather been so lovely here in Texas that I can’t help creating a project with spring feeling to it.

For my card today, I just had to reach this beautiful oldie but goody cover plate, called Best Day Ever. I feel like I didn’t give this cover plate enough love & it’s time to do something about it, because it really is such a pretty & delicate design. 🙂
I am currently loving playing with alcohol pearl ink and just couldn’t resist to use it to create a pretty, colorful background for this card. I mean, how pretty is this rainbow background?

I love that you don’t have to have it look perfect. I pretty much just go back and forth a few times and that’s it. I used Yupo paper here and it helps in creating the softer color.

Next, I die cut the design and simply adhere it directly on top of the Yupo paper, trim them to be slightly smaller than the card base.

I was going to add butterfly to complete the card, but then I just have to use my favorite birdies from Nesting Peonies set.

I really love the way this card turned out. It’s always give me satisfaction when a card turned out exactly the way I envisioned it. Cause you know that’s not always the case. Hah…

I hope you enjoy today’s card as much as I enjoy making it. I wish you a beautiful weather and a beautiful day. Cheers…