Hi everyone! I first saw the satin vellum in one of Jennifer Mcguire's video tutorial and I thought it was so cool. I was so very tempted to buy the product recommended but held off on it and I'm glad I did! I discovered by accident that I could use my embellishment mousse to create… Continue reading Make Your Own Satin Vellum! Featuring Trinity Stamps First Bloom Stamp Set & Quilted Cover Die
Hi everyone! I am so excited to announce that I am representing Trinity Stamps as a Brand Ambassador! I just love the unique stamps and wonderful embellishments that they offer! And they just celebrated their 3rd birthday! Woo hoo! Last month, Trinity stamps hosted a series of fun games over at their fan page Trinity… Continue reading Happy 3rd Birthday Trinity Stamps!
I recently had the wonderful opportunity to be a guest designer on the Trinity Stamps blog. In that blog post I used the Waving Hello layering stencil to create two backgrounds using one ink blended background. If you are interested to see how I created these backgrounds, I will link it here. In the Trinity… Continue reading Making Waves! Four for One with Trinity Stamps
We're back!! It's been a two months since our last Papercraft Business challenge! My fellow DT's and I are excited to inspire you with the challenge this month -- Interactive cards!! For my card inspiration for this challenge, I created a slimline double action slider card! This is super easy to do and perfect for… Continue reading Jumping for Joy! A Simultaneous Action Slider Card
Last August, I had the privilege of being a guest designer on the Trinity Stamps blog. I created cards for them using their wonderful stencils! For this particular project, I used the Layered Birch Tree Stencil to create a serene snowy scene. To see how I created these double heat embossed resist backgrounds, you can… Continue reading A Serene Snowy Scene for your Holiday or Winter Cards