Tag Archives: die-namics


You Melt My Heart

This card will truly “Melt Your Heart.”  I fell in love with this whimsical snowman card after seeing it on Jody’s Blog, Confessions of a Ribbon Addict. The adorable sentiment is stamped on the File Tab Die-namics (the full-sized version).  Don’t you just love all the fine details?  The stitching, all the perfectly placed layers, the glitter on her scarf, the perfect […]

Sweetest Baby Card

We saw this sweet baby card and  just had to share! Design and photos by Karen Giron Materials: Stamps: Airplane Greetings, My Favorite Things (mft) Paper: Sweet Tooth (mft), Sno Cone (mft), Banana Split (mft), Grapesicle (mft), Pink Lemonade (mft), Spearmint (mft) Ink: Pretty in Pink, Stampin’ Up Accessories: Sweet Tooth Buttons (mft), White Perle […]

She’s A Grand Layered Flag

We saw this project on Pinterest and thought it was a really unique way to create an American flag card. Designed by Beth Lindsay Instructions: Use a Die-Namics Scallop Ribbon Border to cut red and cream paper and cut one of the scallop edges off. Machine stitching was added onto each border strip before adhering  to […]

Pure Innocence Little Witch

We just couldn’t let Halloween go this year without sharing a couple more projects.  Here is a cute little card designed by Tara Godfrey using the Pure Innocence Little Witch stamp set and Die-namics from My Favorite Things. I love the layout on the front of this card and the continuity on the inside as well. Here […]