This lovely floral embossing folder (Floral Affection) is one of the new items available in the new Annual Catalog starting June 1st.
I'm looking forward to making lots of pretty cards with this new embossing folder.
Current items include:
I'd looked at this silly dog several times, but didn't even think of a graduation card until I read the sentiment. It is so cute! And it works out perfectly for the Paper Players sketch challenge this week.
The hat is just a square of black card stock with a handmade tassel from white baker's twine. It was attached with Stampin' Dimensionals. The inside of the card is the Teeny Tiny Wishes Happy Graduation stamped with black ink. Circles were cut with Framelits and the Big Shot.
I think the recipient of this card will enjoy it!
This was another day to play with my By the Tide stamp set! I decided to make a card for The Paper Players Challenge 295 using a wild animal. Well, this is about as wild as I could find today! I hope you enjoy it.
I stamped the images with VersaMark ink, then used embossing powders (black or white) and a heat tool to set them. Little rhinestones were added for the fish's bubbles. Card stock is Soft Sky, Whisper White and Basic Black.
The hello is from Four You, a retired set.
This lovely stamp set is about to retire and I haven't used it nearly enough! Today I wanted to make something that could be used as a masculine card. Here's what I came up with.
This photo shows the inside of the envelope, stamped with images from the By the Tide stamp set on white envelope paper. It was cut out with the envelope Framelits and attached inside the envelope flap.
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