It’s that time of year for giving treats! Actually, who wouldn’t want a little treat any time of the year? This little box holds four Ghirardelli Minis and it’s quite easy to make! Follow along with the video below! (more…)
I find it very hard to resist making cards using the Dahlia Fold technique when I find a paper as beautiful as our Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper. You may remember this card that I shared back in September using another sheet from this package of paper. If you’d like to create the flower, the video below will walk you through it (or you can click here). It may look difficult but it really isn’t! You’ll need a 1-3/4″ Circle Punch to create 8 circles and a 2″ punch to create a base for the flower. Then you’ll start folding! (more…)
This is the project and video I had hoped to share with you on Friday! All week long I’ve shared ideas using the Seasonal Tag Framelits and the coordinating stamp set, Seasonal Chums. You can make tags or cut apart the tags as I’ve done and just use the front of the main images in the set (snowman, reindeer, and pumpkin). (more…)
Today I have another card where the star of the show is the paper! Frosted Floral Designer Paper has a wide variety of beautiful designs as you can see from the image below. It’s been very popular and is actually on backorder at the moment but should be back in stock late next week. You can still order it and once it’s in stock, it will ship off to you! (more…)
Does your Designer Series Paper sit in the cupboard unused? Pull it out and make a flower using the Dahlia Fold! I have a video showing how easy it is to make the beautiful flower on my card! When making this type of flower, both sides of the paper show so I’m always on the look out for paper where both sides coordinate and this sheet from Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper is perfect!
This is a layout I really enjoy using because you can change up the paper and it looks very different each time. For today’s card I used Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper to create the squares and rectangles. I adhered them to a piece of Whisper White cardstock and then placed that piece onto a base of Blackberry Bliss. (more…)