Do you like chalkboard cards? They became really popular several years ago and I totally got hooked on them. And even though chalkboards may not so extremely trendy at this point, I still like making them from time to time. I personally think that this trend is rather classic and timeless. Plus, they’re very easy to make and quite impactful. I’m sharing an easy and cozy Farmer’s Market Chalkboard Card today.
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
I love everything about fall, anything you can name. Gorgeous fall foliage would be on anyone’s list, but I also love rain. When it comes to fall cards one of my to-go recipes is replicating the look of wet fall leaves after rain. Today I want to share such card featuring Papertrey Ink products.
Sharing today a bright fall-themed card featuring this month’s Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil Kit.
The new Altenew is absolutely awesome, I had absolute blast playing with it. Sharing a couple of winter holiday cards, a fall card as well as a monochromatic one thrown to the batch.
Sharing today two fall cards featuring die cut woodgrain background (and design of which can be totally implemented for other seasons).
As much as I love Christmas and winter I do want to still enjoy fall. Especially as here in NYC it only recently started. Today I’m sharing several Fall/ Thanksgiving projects that I have in my “unpublished” stash.
Joining today Altenew Geometry & Nature Stencils Release Blog Hop with two fall and Christmas cards featuring the new products.