Happy Anniversary

Addition to my cards… Anniversary card…Coworker asked for a card for his parents…this one took 2 days to make! I just couldn’t decide on the design…so I just tossed the flowers on the card… and pasted where they landed…lol…sometimes you just got to get creative…

This card has several Thinlits, Eastern Medallions, Flourish, May Flowers to name a few. Gold foil paper and Shimmery White cardstock



















Star of Light

This card if fairly easy to make. You can use the Designer Series Paper of your choice and a Gold Foil design of your choice.

White–(I used Stampin’ Up! Whisper White-Heavy)
8.50 x 5.50 (Scored at 4.25 on long side)
3.75 x 5.00
2.00 x 2.50
Designer Series Paper (Your Choice)
I used a retired Gold tree paper from Stampin’ Up!
1.50 x 3.75
Red–(I used Real Red from Stampin’ UP!)
4 x 5.25
2.50 x 4.00
1.75 x 3.75
Gold Foil cutout— Design of your choice

Assemble the card according to this picture. EASY PEASY! and a great Christmas card.

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Batter Up!

It can be hard to come up with ideas for a Father’s Day card but found this one on Pinterest and was CASEd from Craft-Somnia Momma. It’s a card that is very versatile as it can be used for so many occasions; birthday, celebrating a win, Fathers Day…and so on. I made a few changes but the original was the base(pun intended) 🙂  .


Motorcycle Father’s Day

Love the motorcycle look for this masculine card. While it would be a quick and easy task to go to the store and simply buy a Father’s Day card, he is guaranteed to love that you spent time to make a homemade card for him.

Hamburger anyone?

also found this card on Pinterest but had no identification on who created it. I finally got to use my crimper (chips). Stampin up Papers with a few that are not (star, washi tape  and sentiment)

Lighthouse thru the porthole

Making Fathers Day cards…

While scanning Pinterest for Beach/Ocean Ideas I found alot of the High Tide stamp examples. I love that stamp but always get ink all over me and everything else when using it.

The card examples I seemed to be drawn to included a porthole of some kind so I thought I would make one (or two). The first is the normal porthole with few dimensionals on it and has Wink of Stella in the sky for the stars peeking thru the stormy skies. The second card is a shaker card with Blue and White crystals to look like the Ocean waves pounding the Lighthouse.