Tag Archives: mft

Your Special Day

Just to share a bit about myself, I currently host Scrapbook Expo’s Creativity Center at 20 shows across the nation. After 14 years of traveling with Scrapbook Expo I still get excited when I hit the show floor. Yes, I still shop like it’s a sport I’m in it to win it! 🙂 If you’re a collector […]


A Jolly Hello

Do you share my love of snowmen? I must admit they never fail to bring a smile to my face. Fat ones or skinny ones, shabby chic ones or clean and simple ones, it doesn’t matter – I love them all! I’d like to thank Cindy Lawrence for sharing her very sweet snowman card with […]

Hip Hip Hooray

Don’t you just love the neutral tones & the subtle backgrounds used on this sweet card? What a perfect example of simple elegance with a twist of whimsy. Who could resist a smile after receiving this heartfelt card.   The sweet banner shows your recipient that you share their joy. The best part is that this stamp set coordinates […]

Happy Valentine’s Day

With gift cards available for just about every store & restaurant, many of us find these to be a go to gift choice. Who doesn’t love to receive a gift card to their favorite store? 😉  When I discovered this adorable Valentine’s Day Gift Card Holder I knew I had found today’s inspiration. I’d like […]

Friends Like You

What caught my eye on this adorable Christmas card was that Kim combined many different techniques. How could you not fall in love with this sweet image from MFT? You can find tons of inspiration on their blog. The traditional red & green color combination for Christmas cards is timeless. Kim’s coloring of the sweet Pure […]

Beach Bum

Summer has arrived, today was a crazy 106 here in sunny California. While sitting in my air-conditioned office, I discovered this adorable card on the blog Can You Say Addicted To Stamps, hosted by the very talented Jessie Rone. I highly recommend stopping by her blog for a visit. You will be happy that you did. […]

Thank You Gift Card Holder

  When I saw this card, I knew I wanted to recreate it.  Thanks to Karen Giron for sharing it on her blog, The Sweetest Thing. It is warm and I love the gift card holder right on the front. Plus, I like the way Karen did the inking on this card, not too much, […]