Friday, May 27, 2011

Good Luck!

School is out! That also means a ton of graduations going on! Tomorrow we will be headed to Oklahoma City to celebrate my cousin Ryleigh's graduation from Trinity University! Go Ry! (You will be receiving this card tomorrow lol!)
To honor Ryleigh's past few years going to school in San Antonio, I chose colors that remind me of the city! Real Red, Tempting Turquoise, and Tangerine Tango make me feel like I'm on the River Walk!
For the patterned background strip I used the Stamp-a-ma-Jig and the Fine Flourish stamp! I simply lined it up and stamped it all three colors on Shimmer White cardstock.
For the pretty little flowers I used my markers to color the stamp, huff to remoisten, and stamp onto Shimmer White cardstock. I then handcut them out and tied them together with a little white ribbon.
This card is very simple to put together! I'm headed out the door or I would post directions for you! IF you do have any questions about this card or would like directions simply email me at! As many of you know I will be happy to help!
I hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! I will be headed to the lake so I won't be posting until Tuesday!

Thursday, May 26, 2011

For Your Shower

Hello! :)
Yesterday was my son's last day of pre-k! Where does the time go? It seems like he was just a little baby and now he's a big kindergarten boy!
Today's card actually is for a baby! I used the cute Animal Stories
set by Stampin Up. I used this set on another card I made HERE. It is another baby card, but this is a great stamp set for kid's projects as well!
I also used the brand new Triple Layer Doily Punch from the Summer Mini Catalog! I LOVE this punch and it's sister Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer Punch! They are both so much fun to use and add a little wow to your cards!
I've shared the supplies and directions for making this sweet card below!
- 5x6.5 Card Base is Soft Suede or Kraft
- 3 Pieces of Shimmery White Cardstock 1.75x3.75
- Scrap Pieces of Shimmery White, Regal Rose, and So Saffron
- .5x6 Strip of So Saffron
- .75x6 Strip of Regal Rose Punched with the Eyelet Border Punch
- White Ribbon
- Ink Pads in So Saffron, Regal Rose, and Soft Suede
- Animal Stories Stamp Set
- Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set
- Fine Flourish Stamp
- Stamp-a-ma-Jig
- Doily Triple Layer Punch
- Modern Label Punch
- (Optional) Movers and Shapers Die, Big Shot, and Punch Windows

1. Adhere your strip of Regal Rose onto the bottom of your card base.
2. Take your strip of So Saffron and stamp it with the Fine Flourish stamp in So Saffron. Adhere above the strip of Regal Rose.
3. Take the three pieces of Shimmery White cardstock and use the Stamp-a-ma-Jig to stamp your three animals onto the bottom of the cardstock.
4. Adhere to the card as shown in the photo above.
5. Punch your So Saffron and Regal Rose with the left setting on the Doily Punch. Punch your So Saffron, Regal Rose, and Soft Suede with the right setting on the Doily Punch.
6. Cut all of the punched doilies in half. Adhere the Regal Rose and So Saffron pieces together.
7. Adhere the doily pieces to the Shimmery White cardstock as shown in the photo above.
8. Stamp your sentiment onto Shimmery White cardstock and punch out with the Modern Label punch. Ink the Fine Flourish stamp with So Saffron and stamp the edges of the punched sentiment. (If you click on the photo above you can see it enlarged)
9. Run a scrap piece of Regal Rose through the Big Shot using the Modern Label die in the Movers and Shapers window. Adhere behind the punched sentiment. Adhere to card with foam adhesive squares.
10. Tie the white ribbon across the bottom of the card between the strips of So Saffron and Regal Rose.
Well I hope you like today's card! The colors can be altered for a boy! Riding Hood Red, Night of Navy, and Soft Suede would be so handsome!
As always if you have any questions about this card please send me an email at!
Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

1 Stamp Set...2 Cards

Hello all! :)
Next month Stampin Up will release the brand new 2011-2012 Idea Book and Catalog! While I am SO excited to see what new products they come out with, I am a little sad to see certain stamp sets go! Especially the fun hostess sets! Get 'em while you can!
Silhouette Sentiments is one of my favorite hostess sets. It's a very simple set that has great sentiments. I used it on a card HERE and I have used it on two different wedding cards that I'm sharing today!
When I think of making a wedding card I always think of light and simple. I shared another simple wedding card HERE. Today's cards use the Silhouette Sentiments set to make a pretty scene.
For this first card I made a window in my card base using the Curly Label punch. I simply punched once, lined up the outer curves, and punched again. I then took a pencil and lightly traced the window onto the inside of my card base. I then stamped my scene within the penciled lines.
For the sentiment I used the "For the Newlyweds" stamp from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set. This stamp set is one of the best stamp sets I own. There are 24 sentiments in this set and every one of them fit in the Modern Label Punch.
I also used the Curly Label punch to punch the ends of the pink strips of cardstock on either side of my sentiment.
For the second card I simply stamp my scene onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock, cut it out, and rounded the edges.
For the sentiment I used the same stamp and used the Modern Label punch that I mentioned above!
In case you are wondering how I backed the Modern Label punch with the Wild Wasabi, I simply took a scrap piece and ran it through my Movers and Shapers Die for the Big Shot. The Punch Windows Set that go with this die are all slightly larger versions of punches. I LOVE this because I LOVE to layer! (In case you haven't noticed haha)
Another fun technique I used on both of these cards was to adhere my cardstock to my card base BEFORE I emboss. That way several of the layers are embossed along with the card base. Fun!
I hope you enjoyed these cards! I didn't post directions, but if you have any questions don't hesitate to send me an email at I would be happy to answer your questions!
Have a terrific Tuesday!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Finally Friday Father's Day Card

Well it's finally Friday! The week is ending but Brodey's school isn't out until Wednesday!
Today I thought I would post a Father's Day card we made in my May Stamper's Night Out!
This fun stamp set is from the Stampin Up Summer Mini Catalog. It's called Best Dad Ever! Even though this card wouldn't work for my Dad, I LOVE the ties!
The girls at SNO had a great time heat embossing on this card with the clear embossing powder. Clear embossing powder really makes your stamped images POP! It makes the color brighter and it gives a handmade card a little WOW!
If you have never heat embossed before you have to try it! It's so much fun! I have a How To HERE and below I'm sharing the directions to make this card!
- 4x5.5 inch card base
- 4x5.5 inch piece of Basic Gray cardstock
- 2x3.5 inch piece of Riding Hood Red cardstock
- .5x3.5 inch piece of More Mustard Cardstock
- 2.25x3.5 inch piece of Whisper White Cardstock
- .5x3.5 inch piece of Whisper White Cardstock
- Small Circle punched from More Mustard Cardstock
- Brad
- Basic Gray Ink
- Markers in Basic Gray, Riding Hood Red, and More Mustard
- Clear Embossing Powder
- Powder Tray (Optional but helpful to pour powder into and refill)
- Heat Gun
- Versamark Ink
- Stamp-a-ma-Jig
- Best Dad Ever Stamp Set
- Corner Rounder (Optional)

1. Take your large piece of Whisper White cardstock. Temporarily adhere it to your work surface with temporary adhesive. Use your Stamp-a-ma-Jig to position your stamp to stamp the center of the carstock.
2. Take your markers and color the ties. Once all the ties are colors huff on the stamp to remoisten the ink and stamp. Clean your stamp off.
3. Use your Stamp-a-ma-Jig again to postion the tie stamp right over the stamped ties. Ink your tie stamp with Versamark and stamp right over the ties again.
4. Pour your embossing powder over your stamped image over the embossing tray. Very lightly tap off excess powder and heat with the heat gun just until the embossing powder turns shiny. (Overheating will cause your powder to burn and yellow.)
5. Allow to cool and use your corner rounder to round the top two corners of the cardstock.
6. Take your strip of More Mustard and stamp the Best Dad Ever stamp onto the left side with Versamark ink. Use your clear powder to heat emboss the sentiment.
7. Dry Emboss your piece of Basic Gray cardstock and adhere to the front of your card.
8. Take your strip of Whisper White cardstock and stamp Happy Father's Day with Basic Gray ink. Adhere to Red Riding Hood Cardstock.
9. Take your circle of More Mustard and poke a hole in the center. Feed the brad through and attach to piece of Red Riding Hood cardstock.
10. Adhere your pieces to the card as shown in photo.
Such a handsome Father's Day card! So many different color combos will work if you aren't into these! I was going for more of a retro look! ;)
Well I hope you like today's card!
Don't forget to comment on yesterday's post for a chance to win a copy of the new CK Scrapbooking Tips and Tricks Flower Issue! It's a good one!
Enjoy your fab Friday!

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Flowers Flowers Flowers

I LOVE flowers! They are all over my back porch, on my front porch, and around my pool. Every year I can't wait for springtime to bring them all back out and plant new ones!
Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking Tips and Tricks came out at the perfect time! This issue is ALL about flowers. While this blog is my cardmaking blog that doesn't mean you can't take an idea from a scrapbooking layout and translate it into your cardmaking! Flowers look beautiful on ANY project! ;)
My layout in this issue is for the Latest and Greatest column. They sent me some goodies and I had to make scrappy magic with them. I can't post the whole layout on here, but I will give you a sneak peek!
The sneak peek pic above is of a clothespin I added to the layout to hold Brodey's note. (I wanted it to be removable since it's a keepsake.)
I used the Punch Potpourri stamp set and stamped the flowers onto the clothespin with brown Stazon ink. I then took my markers and blender pens and colored in the flowers. I attached the clothespin to my layout with Glue Dots. I thought it was a fun way to add memorabilia to a layout and it's always fun to color flowers!
To celebrate the flower issue I made a card with some fun tissue flowers! We first made a tissue flower card in my March Stamper's Night Out. For that card I used the smallest flower in the Island Floral die for my Big Shot.
For today's card I used the Daisies #2 die. I LOVE this die! There are three different sizes of daisies on it! Remember that with the Big Shot you can cut just about any type of material out! It's AWESOME!
This card is very simple to make so I'm just going to give you the directions for making the flower. (If you need directions for the entire card sent me an email at
Here are the stamp sets and ink colors I used on this card:
Four Frames - Melon Mambo and Pretty in Pink Frame Around the Sentiment
Sincere Salutations - Old Olive Best Wishes
Love and Care - Melon Mambo, Pretty in Pink and Old Olive Flowers
Supplies Needed to Make Flowers:
- Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
- Daisies #2 Die (or any flower die)
- Light Pink Tissue Paper (Largest and smallest flowers)
- Dark Pink Tissue Paper (Medium flower)
- Scrap Paper
- Circle Punch
- Paper Piercer or Small Hole Punch
- Brad

1. Take your tissue paper out of the package but DO NOT separate the sheets. (By keeping the sheets together you can cut all of one flower size at once)
2. Cut a square out of the pieces of tissue paper close to the size of the largest flower in the die. Lay the square of tissue paper over the flower and run through your Big Shot.
3. Repeat with the two other sizes of flowers.
4. Take the smallest flower and begin separating the tissue paper with your fingers. It's easier to do this by just rubbing the center of the flowers between your fingers. As you separate each flower, feed it onto a pencil, paper piercer, or paintbrush. (This helps them stay centered and keeps them from blowing away)
5. Repeat with the other sizes of flowers.
6. Punch a circle out of scrap paper the size closest to the flower you are using. (I used all three flower sizes in the die so I punched out a 1 inch circle.)
7. Punch or pierce a hole into the center of your circle.
8. Slide the tissue flowers off and put the punched circle on the back of the flowers. Feed your brad through the hole to hold your flowers onto the circle base.
And now you have a beautiful Gerbera daisy!
I hope your Thursday has been a happy one!

P.S. I just wanted to let you know that if you scroll down my blog, on the right side there is a product index. There are products, colors, stamp sets, etc that you can click on and see what projects I have shared using those items! This might be helpful when you get that stamp set in your hands and you can't kick your creative side into gear! ;)

Wednesday, May 18, 2011


No YOU rock! ;) Metal is FUN! And I don't mean heavy metal...hardy har har!
Monday I shared with you a Father's Day Card and a How To on faux metal background! It's super fun and super easy!
Today's card is for the tween, the teen, the birthday girl, or whatever rockstar in your life!
- 4x5.5 White Card
- 3.5x5 Faux Metal Sheet (Instructions HERE)
- Two Embossing Folders of your choice
- 3x4 Piece of Rose Red Cardstock
- 2x4 Piece of Rich Razzleberry Cardstock
- Rose Red Ink
- Stazon Ink in Black
- Markers in Daffodil Delight, Rose Red, Rich Razzleberry, Tempting Turquoise
- Blender Pens
- Watercolor Paper
- Border Punch
- Decorative Label Punch
- Stampin Dimensionals/Foam Adhesive Squares
- Friends Rock Stamp Set

1. Take your Rose Red ink and ink around the edge of the card front. (Optional)
2. Emboss your faux metal sheet. Apply adhesive to the card front and adhere the faux metal sheet. (Applying your adhesive to the card front instead of the embossed sheet will prevent you from smashing your embossed design)
3. Take your piece of Rose Red cardstock and punch with a border punch.
4. Emboss the piece of Rich Razzleberry with the embossing folder of your choice. Adhere this on top of the piece of Rose Red. Adhere to the card.
5. Stamp your sentiment, star, heart, butterfly, and guitar onto watercolor paper with Stazon Ink. (You must use Stazon Ink for the outline to be permenant)
6. Color your images and sentiment with your markers and blender pens. Cut your images out with scissors and punch your sentiment out with the Decorative Label punch. Ink the edges of your punched sentiment with Rose Red ink.
7. Adhere your sentiment and images onto your card with Stampin Dimensionals.

This rockin' card takes no time to put together! Plus this stamp set is so much fun to color! By simply changing the colors this could be a masculine card!
Well I hope you like today's card!
Tomorrow I'll be sharing a sneak peek of a layout I have in the new Scrapbooking Tips and Tricks issue where I used the Punch Potpourri Stamp Set! This issue is FILLED with fabulous flower ideas! AND since YOU ROCK....I'll be giving a copy away!
So be sure to tune in tomorrow!

Monday, May 16, 2011

Best Dad Ever

Don't we all have the best Dads ever? Doesn't he deserve an awesome card for a day that honors him!? Or why not honor all of the Dads in your life?
I'm going to kick off my Father's Day cards with this FUN hybrid card! LOVE this digital motorcycle stamp! I wish Stampin Up still had it available in a stamp, but you could actually be slapping this baby on a card in about 5 minutes! It's one of hundreds of digital designs that SU has available to download! With a few clicks of your mouse you can have this printed out and in your hands in no time!
(Please keep in mind that to take advantage of the "Preferred Price" you must order from my online store or your Stampin Up demonstrator's online store)
I'll bet you are wondering about that cool shiny background right? Would you love it if I said you can do this with what you probably have at home? :)
Supplies Needed to Make Faux Metal Background:
- Cardstock (use the cheapest you have on hand or you can use scrap cardstock in any color)
- Glue Stick
- Brayer or Rolling Pin
- Aluminum Foil (heavy duty or regular will work)
- Rotary Blade Paper Trimmer OR Scissors (Paper Trimmers with the small blade, like Fiskars, will just rip the foil when you cut it)
- Embossing Folders and Big Shot (optional-you don't have to have the embossed design)

1. Take your piece of cardstock and cover with your glue stick. (I have found that the consistancy of the glue stick works the best)
2. Take your aluminum foil and carefully lay over your cardstock. (Crazy enough the aluminum foil is 12 inches wide and is perfect for making sheets using 12x12 cardstock)
3. Use your brayer and roll over the aluminum foil to smooth out any air bubbles.
4. Trim to the size you need and emboss with your Big Shot! (If the foil lifts up at the edge simply reapply Glue Stick underneath and use your brayer to smooth back out BEFORE you emboss it.)

And that's all, folks! Can you believe that in 4 easy steps you have an awesome background!? Who wouldn't love that card?
If you are wondering how I colored the motorcycle image I simply used the Aqua Painters. I actually printed my motorcycle image out on watercolor paper on the watercolor paper setting on my printer. (I have an Epson R1800 large format printer)
To distress the edges I went along the edge with my Aqua Painter in black and brown ink. Gotta love those Aqua Painters!
Well I really hope you liked today's card! I'll post another fun card tomorrow using the same faux metal technique. It's a card I taught at Stamper's Night Out using the Friends Rock stamp set!
Hope Monday was kind to you! See you tomorrow! :)

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Inspired By...

I made this card a few weeks ago for a sweet friend that is expecting her first baby soon! Yellow, gray, and white is one of my favorite color combos so you can imagine how excited I was when I was in Target and spotted a kitchen towel in that same color combo!
Isn't it pretty!?! I was so inspired, had to make a baby card, and the rest is history. Haha!
Supplies Needed to Make this Card:
- White 4x5.5 Card
- 5.25x3.75 Piece of Daffodil Delight Cardstock
- 5.75x1 Piece of Basic Gray Cardstock
- Whisper White Cardstock
- White Embossing Powder
- Heat Gun
- Versamark
- Basic Gray Ink
- White Grosgrain Ribbon
- Corner Rounder
- Elephant from the Animal Stories Stamp Set
- New Baby from Fun and Fast Notes Stamp Set
- Stamp-a-ma-Jig

1. Take your piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock and round the top corners with your corner rounder. Draw a light line with your pencil about 1.75 inches from the bottom to be your guide when stamping the elephants.
2. Using your Stamp-a-ma-Jig, stamp your elephant with Versamark ink and heat emboss with white powder. Allow to cool so you don't smear the image. Stamp and emboss two more elephants, leaving room for your gray elephant. Erase your pencil line.
3. Take your strip of Basic Gray cardstock and punch a border along the bottom. Adhere to the Daffodil Delight piece about half an inch from the bottom.
4. Using your Stamp-a-ma-Jig, stamp and emboss the New Baby sentiment onto your Basic Gray strip below where you left the space for the gray elephant.
5. Stamp your elephant onto Whisper White with your Basic Gray ink. Cut out and adhere in the space with a foam adhesive square.
6. Adhere to the front of your card.
7. Tie your ribbon onto another piece of longer ribbon, wrap around your card, and secure on the back with glue dots.

Fun and simple! You could use any of the sweet animals in this stamp set! Stampin Up also has another sweet animal set called Fox and Friends or another cute elephant stamp called Baby Steps.
Well I hope you liked today's card! Enjoy your Saturday!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Ships and Blogs

Well (as most of the blogging world knows) Blogger went down yesterday like a sinking ship and took with it all of the comments left by my awesome readers. So...if you left a comment on any of this weeks posts THANK YOU!!!
Speaking of ships I promised yesterday I would share a card made using the brand new Open Sea stamp set and Nautical Expedition Paper from the Summer Mini Catalog!
This card is very quick to put together. Just make sure you don't stamp the compass upside down like I did! Hehe! ;) This card could be for Father's Day, graduation, birthday, or just about any manly occasion!
The sentiment is not a stamp. I typed it out and printed it onto Marina Mist cardstock. This was a card in my Stamper's Night Out Class and I wanted it to be an all occasion card. I used the Happy Father's Day stamp from the Best Dad Ever set and stamped the inside of the card. There are many sets that include Father's Day sentiments like All Holidays, Teeny Tiny Wishes, and there is even a set called Word Play that has a stamp that says "You Mean the World to Me."
To make this card you need:
- White Card 5.5x4
- Not Quite Navy Cardstock cut (or ripped) to 3.5x5.5
- Red Striped Piece from Nautical Expedition Paper cut/ripped to 2.5x3.75
- Marina Mist Cardstock cut/ripped to 2.75x3.5
- Whisper White Cardstock cut/ripped to 2.5x3.5
- Antique Brad
- Baker's Twine
- Open Sea Stamp Set
- Ink in Not Quite Navy, Basic Gray, Riding Hood Red, Crumb Cake

1. Stamp the ship stamp in Not Quite Navy in the lower right corner of the Not Quite Navy piece of cardstock. Adhere to the card.
2. Adhere your piece of red striped paper about an inch from the left side of the card.
3. Stamp the ledger stamp onto the Whisper White cardstock with Crumb Cake ink. Stamp the world stamp onto the left side with the Not Quite Navy ink. Stamp the anchor to the left of the world in Basic Gray. Stamp the compass stamp in Riding Hood Red at the bottom of the world.
4. Adhere the stamped piece onto the piece of Marina Mist cardstock. Use a paper piercer to punch a hole through both pieces and insert brad.
5. Tie the baker's twine around the paper and wrap around the brad. Trim ends.
6. Adhere about a quarter of an inch from the left side of the card.

Now wasn't that easy!?! Beautiful, but manly, cards are sometimes a challenge to come up with! Here is one that would be perfect for any aged boy OR woman!
If you have any questions about this card please email me at! Also if you would like a Summer Mini Catalog mailed to you just send me an email with your mailing address!

-My next card post will be a baby card I made a while ago for a dear friend who is having a baby soon! I used the Animal Stories stamp set and was inspired by....a kitchen towel! Haha! I'll even post a pic of the kitchen towel!
Well folks have a fabulous Friday!

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Don't Judge a Stamp Set...

I've always agreed with the phrase "Don't judge a book by it's cover." I have read many books that were wonderful but had terrible covers! After this week I'm convinced this phrase applies to stamp sets as well as books! Although I'm not quite sure how you would alter it. "Don't judge a stamp by it's black and white image in a catalog?" Haha! I hate to admit that this hostess set in the new Summer Mini wasn't my favorite stamp set in the catalog. When I got it a couple of weeks ago I wasn't that thrilled about it but I was in a Poppy Parade kind of mode. I had just been at the Gap and bought a shirt that exact color, painted my toes that color, and I was dying to use it in my papercrafting. I guess you could say Love and Care came at the right time. I started playing around with it and came up with the card above. I LOVED it and I knew my girls at Stamper's Night Out would too!
I had so much fun making that card that I just starting stamping different color combinations. Then I thought WOW! I could make Brodey's teacher a set of cards for Teacher Appreciation week!

I took several different sentiments from the Sincere Salutations set and stamped them with Basic Gray. (Basic Gray goes with any color combo) I took the smaller flower stamp and stamped around the sentiment with So Saffron ink. Then I punched the sentiments out with the Decorative Label Punch. I also adhered double sided foam adhesive squares to the backs of the sentiments. I left the backing on the adhesive so that she can add the sentiment she needs to whatever card she chooses.
So Saffron is a beautiful shade of yellow that has many beautiful color combos in the Color Coach. I ended up stamping 6 different card with 6 different sentiments. Listed below are the color combos I used for the cards starting with the card in the upper left of the photo.
Regal Rose - Early Espresso - So Saffron
Tangerine Tango - Pacific Point - So Saffron
Melon Mambo - Tempting Turquoise - So Saffron
Cajun Craze - Always Artichoke - So Saffron
Perfect Plum - Wild Wasabi - So Saffron
Poppy Parade - Baja Breeze - So Saffron

Once the cards were stamped I put the sentiments in a baggie and tied them all together with a pretty ribbon! I let Brodey stamp her a card with the same stamp set and he really enjoyed doing it!
This stamp set is a Hostess Set that is available for a limited time in the Summer Mini Catalog. If you would like more info on how to get this set please send me an email at!
I hope you enjoyed today's post! Tomorrow I will share a Father's Day card using the new Open Sea stamp set and Nautical Expedition Paper!

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Sunny Thanks!

Well it WAS a beautiful sunny Oklahoma day, but then severe storms decided to roll through! Now it's a cool 62 but I'm still in 80 and sunny mode so I'm posting this cute card!
This super cute card was made with the Sunny Fun stamp set from the new Summer Mini Catalog!
To color the sweet kiddos I used Blender Pens and Markers! To make the pretty turquoise sky and water I used my Tempting Turquoise ink pad, squished ink into the lid, and picked it up with my Aqua Painter.
The cardstock accent flowers were punched with the Blossom Bouquet Triple Punch and the Boho Blossoms Punch.
This is such a fun stamp set! I had a hard time deciding whether to use the flip flops, popsicles, or kiddos!
If you have any questions about this card send me an email at!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Thinking of You

YES! I HAVE been thinking of you! I've been thinking how much I have missed blogging but I'm back! :)
Summer is right around the corner! The grass is green, the birds are chirping, and here in Oklahoma today it will be good and HOT today! I LOVE summer and you will LOVE the new Summer Mini Catalog! You can click HERE to view the online version, email me your mailing address at to receive one by snail mail, OR you can come to my Stamper's Night Out class tonight at the Scrappin Pad!
There are SO many cute products in the Summer Mini, but one of my faves are the Triple Layer Punches! They are...wait for it...THREE punches in ONE! If you love punches as much as I do you will be as excited as I am about these! I used the Blossom Bouquet for the card above! We will be making this card tonight at SNO!
Well today's post will be short and sweet because I have to load up all my goodies for class tonight! I'll be back tomorrow with a cute Father's Day card using THIS set from the Summer Mini!
Have a wonderful May day!