Fall is one of my favorite time of year, I adore fall holidays and everything related to them. I’m getting butterflies in my stomach when the time comes to see new fall themed products. Today I’m sharing two cards using products from the Spellbinders Fall & Halloween 2020 Collection.
I like making formal, stationary-like cards, especially for holidays. Today I want to share a couple of such made using this month Spellbinders Small Die Of The Month.
Today I want to share a fall card with you featuring a non-fall stamp set from Altenew – Under the Cherry Blossom Tree. As you can tell from the set’s name, it’s rather a “spring-themed” stamp set. But I firmly believe that almost any floral or nature set can be used for a fall card project. You just need to use the right colors, namely: yellow, orange, red.
Today I have a cozy Thanksgiving card to share with you, featuring Pilgrim Woman (or at least my attempt to make it).
I’m joining Altenew Watercolor Brush Markers Refills release today and sharing two cards featuring different watercolor background techniques.
It started finally feel like fall is very close here and I want to share a simple Fall card using a beautiful layered foliage stencil.
This month, it’s my turn to run Altenew Inspiration Challenge. And since it’s September – of course, I wanted to make a fall inspiration. Sharing a video tutorial for a messy fall card made for this challenge.
I’m honored to join Spellbinders blog hop today featuring Holiday 2019 collection. And I’m sharing a fun fall card with an adorable raccoon at a pumpkin patch.
Today I’m sharing a video tutorial of a simple, almost one-layer, fall card featuring the Altenew Build-A-Flower: Flourishing Zinnia and a lazy masking technique.