Author Archives: Diana Opiela

PLUS Giveaway

Our friends at PLUS have yet another fabulous giveaway up for grabs today! One lucky winner will receive the following: 1 Deco Roller Applicator 6 Deco Roller Cartridges ( Owls, Flags, Speech Bubbles, Honeycomb, Cameras and Cupcakes) 6 Deco Tapes (Caution Tape, Hearts, Butterflies, Texting Phrases, Thank You, and Ruler) The winner will be chosen […]


Vintage Postcard

Sherry Cheever, a guest designer over at JustRite Papercraft, created this gorgeous vintage card using their Rose Postcard Background stamp.  It is truly lovely.  I really like how she layered and added the frame askew to add interest. Sherry’s blog is “Walkin’ on the Bad Side!”  Bad side of what, I don’t know, but she sure […]

Sugar Shoppe Birthday Gift Ensemble

I don’t know about you, but it seems like it is always someone’s birthday!  I can never keep enough cards and gift bags on hand. Candace Zentner from the Doodlebug Design Team created this festive gift bag with card set using the Sugar Shoppe collection from Doodlebug Design.  Her personal blog is Scrappin’ 2 Little Princesses, stop on over […]

Washi Tape Twist Tie Tutorial

Say this 5 times fast!  Washi Tape Twist Tie Tutorial – Washi Tape Twist Tie Tutorial . . . LOL.  This is the easiest thing, and genius too.  These are the projects I like. Take some plain wire, and put it between two pieces of Washi tape.  Done 🙂 I do need to give credit to Ginger […]

Spring Flower Boot

Sometimes I like to share what I would call “a simple card.”  It’s not highly embellished, but is definitely pretty enough to send.  It says “I made this for you,” but you didn’t kill yourself or spend a ton of money making it!  It’s all in the love you put into it.  Do you know […]

Home: Stitched Together With Love

Tammy Tutterow is sharing some inspiration featuring Petaloo and Simple Stories Homespun collection in the form of this cute little canvas decor piece.  Not only is it full of dimension, it is so easy to make! Tammy created a really nice tutorial you can find on the Petaloo blog.  There are a lot more tutorials like this […]