Cards Christmas

Yes, Please — Do Shake the Christmas Cards

As a kid, did you shake your presents on Christmas eve? Maybe even in the days leading up to the day of opening — in hopes of discerning what might be inside? Do you still shake your presents? I do!! Now you can shake your card!! I’m back with more shaker cards from Queen & […]

Birthday Cards Featured

Birthday Shake Up

In May I purchased Queen & Co’s Birthday Squares Bundles shaker card set. I have been playing with the set. You can have a lot of fun with these. First I’ll share my finished cards. Then, if you are interested in the quality of the product, read on for a walk though of the “deficiencies.” […]

Birthday Cards Cut File Digi Stamps Featured

Cards with Clear Card Stock

This week the team at The Cutting Cafe is making cards and boxes using Clear Cardstock. The first card uses Birthday Number Candles. I opted to cut trough the top layer of cardstock, but without the flames attached. Additionally, I cut the numbers out on a scallop card. The next step is to attach the […]

Cut File Featured Halloween

I Want Candy (Happy Halloween)

My kiddos have been back to school for over two months now. I did not craft all summer, focusing on the kids. I am thankful that God has sparked the creative juices in me once again. For Halloween, I have been playing with my Pazzles cutter and the wonderful creations from The Cutting Cafe. The […]

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Announcing the 2015 Graduates

For the graduates in my life this year I have made a fun shaker card. I expanded on the shaker cards from an earlier post. First I printed the sentiment on the paper using my Pazzles’ software to print and cut. Next I cut out the square for the window. I used acetate to “close” […]

Cards Featured Pazzles

Shakin’ It Up

Today let’s use an old idea to make something new. Instant photos have become the rage as of late. I have chosen to use “instant film” to make greeting cards. In the Pazzles’ Craft Room Library you will find a pre-designed scrapbook title named “Snapshots.” I used only the “instant film” piece of this title […]