Welcome to my world of cards. This is my journey of joy using mainly Cricut and Copics. You will see some different techniques from time to time and I hope you find some ideas that give you inspiration. Everything that I post is meant to be shared and if you wish to "scraplift", I'm happy to share. Have fun while you're are!

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Birthday Card


I wish I had taken a picture of this card from the side, because that shows how special it is. I cut the happy birthday from Tim Holtz sentiments once from yellow cardstock and then from fun foam and attached before mounting.  In person, this card just "pops"! The balloons were from a punch that has been in my stash for over 20 years!!!! If it ever breaks, I don't know what I will do.

TFL

Kelly


Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Friend pop up


Who doesn't love Art Impressions (AI). They have the cutest stamps and can be used in so many different ways. I colored with copics and cut the Palm Trees from Cricut Design Space.

TFL

Kelly

Monday, August 21, 2017

AI Watercolor

I still on the trail of learning to watercolor with AI stamps. While it doesn't look hard, for me it is harder than I expected. Could be due to using copics mainly and the technique requires a lighter touch. Anyway, I was proud of the result on this one. I used a Molotow Masking Liquid Pump Marker to leave the paper clean where the yellow flowers are. It worked well! I was pleased!!

TFL

Kelly

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Get Well



A new fold for me, not sure if I'm crazy about it or maybe it is just the colors I used. I used a stamp from Art Impressions and did a fussy cut (colored with copics) and added a cute little computer generated sentiment.

TFL

Kelly

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Get Well Card


A Pop and Twist/Twist and Pop card using Art Impressions Stamps. I love this set and colored the images with copics.

TFL

Kelly

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Birthday Card


A pop up card using stamps from Art Impressions and the dies for the hills are a die from Lawn Fawn.
I loved the way it turned out!

TFL

Kelly