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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. […]


Baby Giraffe Card

While visiting several of my favorite blogs I discovered this whimsical baby card designed by Melissa Phillips author of Lily Bean Paperie Blog. If you haven’t had the pleasure, I highly recommend stopping by for a visit, you will truly be inspired. What proud parents wouldn’t love to receive this precious baby card. I could also […]

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 […]

You Are Sunshine For My Soul

Who wouldn’t love to receive this beautiful card in the mail? I’d like to thank Amy Sheffer for allowing us to share her design with us today.  You can see more of her amazing designs on her blog Pickled Paper Designs. Today’s card features a floral image from Verve Stamps Dream Big stamp set and a sentiment from their Happy Hello set. The flower […]

Reuse Aluminum Cans to Create Metal Embossed Embellishments

Going Green… One Aluminum Can at a Time – Tutorial The Rubber Cafe has a great tutorial on reuse of aluminum cans for metal embossed embellishments on a card. Here is the card created by Karen Thede, one of the design team members at The Rubber Cafe:     This card is features The Rubber […]

“Glass” Window Technique

This is such a cute card: The vista through the window is clever and easy to make with Aquarelle watercolor pencils from Faber-Castell and I really like the detail in the window stamp from The Rubber Cafe! Plus,  the designer has basic instructions on how to make it!  Check it out here.