Category Archives: Cards

Handmade cards are always more personal. Cardmaking is a popular hobby. In my cards I like trying different styles and techniques.

My New Card – Dots and Stripes

Stripes Card

I’m happy to show the new card. I made using the Avery Elle stamp that I love so much and use a lot. My card is clean and simple and it features stripes and dots. Read more →

My Sweet Princess Card

My Sweet Princess Card

I made this card in a burst of inspiration using materials by Prima. You will find a step by step guide for making flowers in this post too. Read more →

Bee Mine – Clean and Simple Card

Bee Mine - Clean and Simple Card

Today I stop by to show a very simple card. It is a small Valentine’s Day card with a cute little bee. Read more →

Winter Inspiration Card

Red White and Silver Christmas Card

Showing a new Holiday card. It is white, red, and silver. These are the colors that inspired me. Read more →

Two Holiday Cards Featuring Simon Says Stamp Products

Merry Christmas Card

Hi! Today I’m going to share two cards that I made using Simon Says Stamp exclusive stamps and dies. They are both Holidays themed. Read more →

Owl Card

Owl Card

Today I’m showing a new card with an owl. I like that one can do some stamping and make a nice clean and simple card. Read more →

Love You Card

Love You Card

This clean and simple card features two techniques that maybe are the most used in cardmaking – stamping and die-cutting. Read more →

Card Featuring Tulips From “a bunch” Penny Black Stamp Set

Card featuring tulips from a bunch penny black stamp set

Just a quick post to show a new birthday card. I stamped the image from the stamp set and colored it. Read more →

Hello Card – Stamping

Hello Card - Stamping

Another simple card. This time it was created mainly with stamping. A couple of stamps, a couple of inks – and the card is done! Read more →

Card with Texture

Card with Texture

I don’t usually make a lot of mixed media projects but couldn’t resist trying to add texture with modeling paste to a simple one layer card. Let’s see how it turned out. Read more →