Hello! Here is a fun way to say hi to a friend! Send a pot of forever flowers! I used the Heartfelt Creations Dogwood stamp and die set along with their older discontinued flower pot set. Pair with a doily from Cheery Lynn Dies and you have a fabulous forever flowers card! Supplies: Heartfelt Creations (HFC)… Continue reading Hello!
Good morning! Today I have a "birthday wishes" card for you! The paper is gorgeous and is from the newly re-designed Lemoncraft "House of Roses" set. Instead of making my own flowers for this one, I used a variety of white, pink and pink/white mulberry flowers, with foliage from Cheery Lynn dies. This card is full of sweet,… Continue reading Birthday Wishes
Good morning Monday! Do you have many weddings to attend this summer? Here is a beautiful wedding card for you! I just love this horse and carriage die template from Tattered Lace! This card is not difficult, but it does take a bit of time because of all the layers. Enjoy! Happy Crafting! Eileen Supplies:… Continue reading Fairy Tale Wedding
Let's Celebrate! There are so many things to celebrate in life! Birthdays are one of my favorite things. Lately, I have been combining all my hobbies into one project. (see last week's post: Morning has Broken Petunia Canvas Project) This new project combines two hobbies--paper crafting and pottery. In a future post, I will show how… Continue reading Let’s Celebrate!
A mixed media canvas featuring the Heartfelt Creations Classic Petunia, fused glass and the song: Morning has Broken.
It's Good Friday! But Sunday is coming! Here is a lovely Resurrection Sunday card! As always, supplies and directions are listed below! Heartfelt Creations Dogwood Collection makes this card so lovely, so full of spring, and so full of life! He is risen, indeed! 5" x 7" Dogwood Wreath Card Supplies: HFC Flowering Dogwood stamp… Continue reading He lives!
Semifinalist for Heartfelt Creations Design Team projects!
two lovely doves wedding card
Birch bark and paper roses 6" x 6" for a special occasion or just for framing in a shadow box.
What do you do with a bunch of broken glass from a glass table top? Make a bowl of course! This was a four step process! First: A large piece of glass needs to be cleaned with rubbing alcohol or dish washing soap and then made into frit. Frit is small chunks of glass. In this… Continue reading Recycled Glass Bowl