Tag Archives: Ink

Do the Splits: Designing With Split Sentiments

Hi, this is Danielle Flanders with another Creative Cardmaker post, and today I want to talk about a trend I’ve been seeing more and more of lately in cardmaking, which involves splitting up your card front to reveal a sentiment in between! It’s a fun way to add dimension and a little something unexpected to […]


Saturdays With LeAnn

Heartfelt Sympathy

Another fabulous weekend is here! Once again, I thank you for sharing part of it with me. Today you are sure to be inspired by so many wonderful and talented designers. I hope you will take the time to enjoy and create some of the fabulous projects I have to share with you. Selfie by […]

Inked Embossing Folder Card

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a birthday card I created with fun embossing folder technique. First, I gathered together my Cuttlebug™ machine and plates, my chevron embossing folder, a piece of white cardstock, and a red chalk ink pad. I inked the top inside of the embossing folder with the […]

Pigment Ink + Alcohol Markers = Beautiful

With all the inks that are available to us as paper crafters, it’s sometimes difficult to remember what type of ink is compatible with what type of marker or other inks. No worries, today we have Karen Bremer with Bee Creative here to lift some of the fog from this mystery. What a great tip, […]

Read All About This Home Decor Idea

This project is a little outside my box, but it is Oh So Cute. I would like to send out a big thank you to Linda McClain for allowing us to share her adorable project with you today. You can see more of her beautiful designs on her blog Catered Crop. Linda discovered a trend at the Indie […]