I think cards and crafts with mason jars will never go out of style. I have a new toy! It is a metal die for making a tri-fold mason jar card. It is made by sizzix. Here is a top view of the card when it is folded and unfolded. Here you see how I […]
I welcome you to my (semi-new) blog. We missed the renewal notification from the host company and I lost the web address. Thus, a re-birth of Krista’s Paper Cafe is now found at www.KristasPaperCafe.US (caps added for emphasis). The top level domain (or part the part after the dot) is the only change. I appreciate […]
I recently used the same recipe to make cards for a number of different occasions. This card cut is called a collar card. If you rotate the card to the left, it looks like the collar on a shirt. You’ll even see cards that are made to look like shirts! There is another name for […]
Playing with some ideas I saw on the internet. Enjoy time with your mom or fond memories of your mom.
No Bunny LOVES you like JESUS! Easter Blessings to you and yours. My favorite time of the year! A time to remember the greatest gift of love. A sacrifice of a father and a son for their people. Praise & Glory to God!! I am presenting a photo blog of Easter treasures. Enjoy.
Here are some cards that I made recently. First I will share a few Valentine’s Cards that I made. This is my favorite! The pears are made from a Spellbinders’ metal die. I made it as a shaker card and the seeds shake around! I love it! It turned out great and it was hard […]
One of my BFF’s has her birthday at the end of December. She celebrates 50 years of a life well-live. She is a grand friend. She is a music lover and a wonderful pianist. So this year I made her a 3-D card. I am sure that you have seen this design elsewhere in the […]
This month’s assignment at made with love (and paper) is timely for Minnesota. It is so cold here, especially this week as I finally get my creation posted. Our theme for December is Quilted Christmas. Will you play along with us? Our quilted creation is to use contrasting colors, metal/metallic, and a bow or knot. […]
I’m down to two kiddos of school age. My boys are now in 8th and 6th grade. Both are in middle school this year. But that does not excuse them from receiving a card from mom! You might recall that I work at a school. My boss asked me to make “welcome” cards for our […]
I finally found a little time to craft and was blessed with a bit of creativity to match. Most of today’s cards use a digital stamp with an image and/or sentiment. I use Adobe Illustrator to manipulate the files. It is an easy program with which to create. (I have even created some sentiments myself.) […]