I have a strong sweet spot in my heart for magnolia flowers. No matter the stamp design most likely I will love it. And will never have enough. My navy and gold monochromatic card showcases the new Build-A-Garden Blushing Magnolia, which is absolutely stunning.
Home decor is another passion of mine besides cardmaking. I’m sharing today a Halloween card showcasing a bookstack home decor, which became trendy in the past several years.
This Halloween card showcases an irresistibly cute, wide-eyed, spooked cat, paired with the mysterious and massive moon in the night sky.
Today I want to share a couple of slimline Halloween cards featuring some fun products from Papertrey Ink. I had so much fun creating these cards. And I believe these designs can be also used for home decor projects, not just cards.
I’m hoping today with Altenew and Hero Arts teams showcasing an amazing Stampwheel tool. And obviously I’ve created a wreath using this tool and one of the very first stamp sets Altenew released many years ago (which is still one of my faves)
I had so much fun playing with the new watercolor tubes from Artistry by Altenew to create the floral card I’m sharing today. The whole process was so effortless and smooth. I sometimes struggle working with watercolors to achieve the desired look. Not this time though.
This month I’m honored to host the Altenew September Inspirational Challenge and want to share a tulip fall card I created for the inspiration photo chosen for this challenge.
At this point in the season, I’m fully immersed in creating fall-themed cards with yet another vintage one made with recently released Craft-A-Flower from Altenew
Seems like I’ve been on a vintage kick recently and today I want to share two more vintage holiday cards, made using press plates from Spellbinders.