Oh My Gourd

Today I’m sharing a card that that is super easy to create, and uses the adorable Veggie Patch stamp set!


Hi, crafty friends! I hope you all had a wonderful week so far. It’s Cassie here, and I’m back to share a fun and easy card with you all! I’m coming off of my holiday crafting and needed a little break from it, so I whipped up this cute veggie thank you. It was so fun to color these sweet vegetables!


I started today’s card by die cutting the largest of the stitched rectangle dies from the Imperial Stitched Rectangle die set out of some 110 lb, white card stock. I used a Copic friendly card stock and ink. I stamped the veggies from the Veggie Patch stamp set to the left of the card panel, leaving a portion of the panel open for a sentiment. Once They were all stamped, I colored them in with Copic markers and added some white gel pen accents to give them a little more detail.


Next, I stamped the two hearts from the set with some tan dye ink all over the background. I liked the way this looked, but wanted to fill it in a little more, so I took a Copic marker in a similar color and added dots all over the background as well. An important tip about stamping out a background like this is to make sure some of the hearts look like they’re going behind the vegetables. That way it looks like a continuous pattern! I did this the lazy way, by using a post it note to mask the images as I stamped over them so the ink didn’t go over the portion I had colored in with Copics.


To finish off the card, I stamped out the sentiment “Oh my gourd” on a piece of the 110 lb white card stock with VersaMark ink. I heat embossed white embossing powder over it, and then I ink blended some Walnut Stain Distress Oxide ink over it. I did the same with the cute little word bubble from Whatcha Sayin’ Now and die cut them both out. For the sentiment strip I used the Strips of Ease die so that the sentiment was cut perfectly.


Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Hello, everyone! I hope you’re all enjoying your day, and for those who are celebrating Christmas that you’re having a lovely Christmas Eve! I’m popping in quickly today to share a card that is quick and simple. It’s perfect for that last minute card you need, and I whipped it together in no time.


I started by die cutting a stitched rectangle the size of an A2 size card from a piece of Penguin Palace’s Red Carpet card stock. This is a textured, heavy weight card stock that is the perfect red for Christmas cards-and I can’t wait to use it for Valentine’s day! Next I die cut some letters from the center in an arch. I die cut the word ‘merry’ and adhered the red piece of card stock to a card base. I made sure to save the inside pieces of the R’s to adhere as well.


Next I took the stamp from the Spooky Halloween set that said “eat drink and be spooky” and did some masking so that spooky was cut off and instead it read “merry.” I love being able to use my stamps in a lot of different ways, and this was the perfect mash up!


To finish it off I stamped and colored one of the sheep from Cuddly Sheep’s Season’s Greetings and fussy cut him out. I popped him onto the card with some foam tape and the card was complete! That’s it for my quick and simple card today! I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks so much for stopping by πŸ™‚ I hope you’re all have a wonderful holiday season!

Your Next Stamp November Preview

Hi, all! I hope you’re doing well πŸ™‚ I’m back today to share a card I made for the Your Next Stamp November Preview. The products from this release are sooooo cute! Tons of sweet holiday sets and dies. Let’s jump right in!


This super cute wreath set is being released this month. I love these adorable images that have been featured in previous sets as well. I went with a simple card for this project, and made it so you could see through to the inside of the card through the wreath’s middle.


I just love those sweet birds. The set comes with a great banner and some sentiments perfect for the holidays!


Be sure to head over to the Your Next Stamp blog and see all of the previews from the rest of the team!! There are a lot of great projects to be seen πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for stopping by and I’ll see you again soon with another card!

Dare 2 B Artzy Card!

Hello, everyone! This month I have the amazing opportunity to be a guest designer for Dare 2B Artzy! I was so excited to get crafty with these stamps. I’ll have a couple cards to share with you this month using some of their beautiful products. Let’s jump right in to card one!

IMG_2337For today’s card I went with a CAS card. The bee from the Bee-utiful stamp set caught my attention, so I decided to create a patterned background with it. I stamped it using some Copic friendly ink and then colored each in with my Copic markers.

IMG_2366Next, I die cut a stitched circle from the lower right side of the card so that I could have a window for my sentiment. On my card base I stamped the “happy everything” sentiment from the set with VersaMark ink and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder. I wanted the window to pop so I ink blended some Broken China Distress Ink over the embossed words.

IMG_2364Finally, I put everything together!Β  For a finishing touch I added some Crystal Nuvo drops in black and yellow and that finished my card. I hope you enjoyed the card for today. I don’t utilize the smaller stamps in a set as often as I should, and this is a reminder to do so! I love pattern backgrounds. Thanks so much for stopping by! I can’t wait to show you what else I have created for Dare 2B Artzy!

Your Next Stamp Challenge #98

Hi everyone! I’m popping quick today to share my project for the Your Next Stamp Challenge #98. Today’s challenge theme is “fall fun.” I was super excited to create with this theme because we’ve been having some fun fall weather this week and it’s got me in the mood for autumn crafts πŸ™‚ Let’s take a look at the card I created.

IMG_2198The new Autumn Harvest set was the first thing that came to mind for this challenge, so I used a couple images from the set to create this really clean and simple card! I hope you enjoyed the project for today. Be sure to head over to the Your Next Stamp blog and check out the rest of the amazing projects. Also, comment on the YNS post and play along with us for a chance to win some great goodies! Thanks so much for stopping by today. I’ll see you again soon with another card!