February 20, 2020

Happy Anniversary

Pretty delicate papers and hearts are the focus of today's card. I received these beautiful Japanese papers for this past Christmas and I wanted to see how they would hold up on a card.

I die cut the panels then cut the paper to fit inside the stitched borders. I die cut the multilayer heart and added foam tape in between the layers. Both panels also have a layer of foam tape to add in some dimension. I finished by stamping the sentiment directly on the panel.

The wavey lines on this paper have a pretty simmer to time so I did not feel the need to add any additional embellishments




Supplies: White cardstock, Designer Paper - Natural Japanese Paper, Inkadinkado - Happy Anniversary, Simon Says Stamp - Love and Stitched Rectangles.

Cheers,
Nina

February 19, 2020

You're Awesome

Goodmorning - happy Wednesday. I have a quick and simple card to share this morning. I used stitched rectangles to die cut three panels from an SEI paper pad.

I added a layer of foam tape behind the sentiment panel to add some dimension and I added some sheer ribbon as well. This paper has some beautiful shimmer to it so I let it do all the work.


Supplies: White cardstock, Designer Paper - SEI, Simon Says Stamp - Greeting Mix 1, Simon Says Stamp - Stiched rectangles, ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by,
Nina

February 18, 2020

Latte

Good Morning - I have a small card to share today. This is card is just large enough to slip a gift card into. The bottom panel is patterned paper that I added a layer of brown cardstock too. 

The latte is simple stamped in brown in and that panel also had a layer of brown cardstock to add a frame, I popped the panel up for some dimension.


Supplies: White and brown cardstock, Designer Paper - Unity, Stampers Anonymous - Fresh Brewed.

Cheers,
Nina

February 17, 2020

Wishing you...

Good evening and Merry Monday :), it was Family Day here in British Columbia today, and what a beautiful sunny day it turned out to be.

I have a quick and easy card for my post. I used my stitched rectangles to die cut the main panel then added a layer of black cardstock. I did the same with the stamped sentiment and finished with some clear crystal gems.


Supplies: White and black cardstock, Designer Paper - Photo Play, Penny Black - Chrismas cheer, Simon Says Stamp - Stitched rectangles, gems.

Cheers,
Nina

February 16, 2020

Be unstoppable..

This designer paper page is so beautiful. I love this scene and it makes it so easy to put together a card. I used my stitched rectangles to create a panel then added a layer of black in behind. I stamped the sentiment then popped it up with foam tape. 

I finished the card with some Nuvo drops.




Supplies. White and black cardstock, Designer Paper - One Canoe Two, Pink Fresh Studio-Believe, Simon Say Stamp - Stitched Rectangles.

Stay crafty,
Nina

February 15, 2020

Sound the Sirens

Today's card is a fun retirement card. I started with a kraft card base then I layered all the designer paper panels with some brown cardstock. I stamped the police officer and die cut from kraft, the only colour I added was some red lip colour.

The police card is stamped directly onto the back group. I added some black pearls onto the patterned paper dots.


Supplies: Kraft and brown cardstock, Designer Paper - Simple Stories, Your Next Stamp and die - Freeze, pearls.

Cheers,
Nina

February 14, 2020

May your wishes

Good Morning and happy Friday, I love scheduled posts in blogger. As this posts, I will be happily elbows deep in crafty supplies at a fabulous crafty weekend with a bunch of amazing ladies.

This card looks gorgeous in real life. I have this wonderful stash of rice papers that I have had for year.. I mean years ;). This one has such a stunning array of colours that it is a work of art all on its own.

I added a layer of brown cardstock in behind the rice paper. The sentiment is heat embossed in white then die-cut, it is also popped up with foam tape. The entire panel also has a layer of foam tape to make it stand out.



Supplies: White and brown cardstock, Designer Paper - misc rice paper, Papertrey Ink-Every Day photo finishers.

Thanks for stopping by,
Nina

February 13, 2020

Thank you.. so much

Isn't this designer paper gorgeous, I love the colours. I used a nice simple design for this card. I added a layer of turquoise paper to the back of the patterned paper for a frame.

The sentiment is simply stamped then popped up with foam tape. I heat embossed the So Much sentiment a second time and added some foam tape.

I finished with some clear drop gems.


Supplies: White and turquoise cardstock, Designer Paper - The Paper Studio, Brutus Monroe-Tree of Thanks, gems.

Thanks for visiting,
Nina

February 12, 2020

Make a wish

Make a wish... This card is cute and simple in its look. I used a panel of purple cardstock then added some patterned paper. I create a thin strip down the center for interest.

The cupcake is stamped and die cut and I added some texture sparkle to make it fun. The sentiment is die-cut and like the cupcake is popped up with foam tape. I finished the card with some sequins.



Supplies: White and purple cardstock, Designer Paper-Lawn Fawn, Simon Says Stamp-Birthday Sweets, Cosmic Shimmer, sequins.

Thank you for visiting,
Nina

February 11, 2020

Just for You

A card does not get much easier than when you are using papers and sentiment panels from one series of Designer Paper.

I layered each panel with some gray-blue cardstock. The sentiment panel is layered as well and popped up with foam tape. I finished the card with some crystal gems.



Supplies:  White and gray-blue cardstock, Designer Paper - KaiserCraft, gems.

Thank for stopping by,
Nina