To celebrate C. C. Designs’ October release I wanted to create a Fall Pumpkin Card.
I love the fall pumpkin season and especially the white and decorative pumpkins from the market. I tried to channel my inner farmer to make these white pumpkins with a chalkboard market sign. Read More
Halloween is on the way and candy in our sights. With the C.C. Designs September release I wanted to create a Halloween trick or treat scene. This “Little Devil” Halloween Card with the C.C. Designs September Release is something fun for a friend. The September release has so many Halloween themed stamps and dies. I used both of the Halloween Pinkies stamps and die set to create one sweet little devil.
I channeled my inner Dr. Frankenstein to create one Halloween Pinkie! I wanted the little pinkie in the devil costume to have wings so I swapped the bodies for my card.
Hello everyone I wanted to create gift tags for some gifts I wanted to give some crafty friends. These Nerdy Gift Tags are also cards. This way I have a 2 in 1 tag. instead of a regular shaped card I used the Tags Galore Die Set for a different shape. I color coordinated the Copic colored crayons with the color set of Topics that are being gifted.
The eyelet tab was colored by the mid to lighter color that was used for the crayon. The sentiment and crayons are from the Nerdy stamp set. Each crayon is diecut with the Nerdy outline Diet Set and mounted on foam so it looks like it is still coloring the heart. A little smily face adds the finishing touch for the crayon face
Hello everyone I wanted to share my love of Circus Cookies with this Shaker Card! I have a sweet tooth and Circus Cookies are one of my childhood favorites. I confess I bought a box of them to use for my pictures but they didn’t make it to the photo shoot. I used the new Circus Clear Stamp and Circus Die sets from C. C. Designs for this shaker card.
The card is a nod to the Circus Cookie bag with the pink and purple scalloped border I created with the Make A Card #17 die set. I simple cut the large scalloped die in pink and purple then cut the scallops from end to end.