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Newton’s Nook Guest Designer

Newton’s Nook Guest Designer

Hi Friends! I'm so happy to be guest designer at Newton's Nook this month! Today, I'm sharing this lovely spring card using the Woodland Spring stamp set and some masking paper. To create this scene, I first stamped the image of the deer using copic friendly black ink...

Stock you Stash February – Sending lots of love

Stock you Stash February – Sending lots of love

Hi friends! This is my last post for Reverse Confetti! What a blast creating with these new products! The challenge theme for this month is enouragement and congratulations. I decided to create an encouragement card using some products from the new release. To create...

Birthday shaker cards with Pretty Pink Posh!

Birthday shaker cards with Pretty Pink Posh!

Hi friends! I've got these fun and easy square shaker cards to share with you today! I'm using all products from Pretty Pink Posh! To create the shaker, I first used the largest scallop squares die to cut a border for my shaker. Then I adhered a piece of acetate...

Sending Sunshine – Lawn Fawnatics challenge 95

Sending Sunshine – Lawn Fawnatics challenge 95

Here is a colorful card I created for the Lawn Fawnatics challenge 95 - card sketch. I used a variety of products and papers from Lawn Fawn to create this scene. To create the rainbow background, I used post-it tape and the following distress inks (left to right):...

So lucky to call you friend

So lucky to call you friend

Happy Valentine's Day! Today I'm sharing this fun simple design card using a color palette I found on Pinterest. To create the card, I used the Essentials by Ellen strands die using various colors of cardstock for the "filler". Colors used from top to bottom: ocean...

Sending lots of love

Sending lots of love

I've got this cute monkey card using a mix of products from Pretty Pink Posh! To start, the background panel was cut to a slimline card size (3.5 x 8.5 inches) from Neenah white card stock. Next, I used distress oxide inks in spun sugar, tattered rose, victorian...

Reverse Confetti February Blog Hop

Reverse Confetti February Blog Hop

So happy to be sharing this colorful card with you for the reverse confetti blog hop! I've used the direct to paper ink swipe technique I've seen a lot lately on instagram. To create this card, I first cut a card a piece of Neenah 110lb cardstock to 3 x 7.5 inches....

Let it snow!

Let it snow!

Here is my entry for the Lawn Fawnatics challenge 94 - what's the weather? These cute bunnies are having so much fun playing in the snow! To create this card, I used so many wonderful Lawn Fawn products (see list below). The background was created using the snowflake...

Eating disorder awareness

Eating disorder awareness

Today, I'm sharing this card for the eating disorders awareness instagram hop organized by my crafty friend Candice. I've got this card using the flamingo together stamp set. The reflection was created by stamping on a scrap piece of acetate using versafine onyx black...

Hi, I'm Jane!

Hi, I'm Jane!

30 something working professional living in Southern California with my husband, daughter and westie. Paper crafting and card making have always been my favorite hobbies. I love designing with bright bold colors and using a variety of color combinations.
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