Monthly Archives: August 2020
T Shirt Time
T-Shirts in my closet come in different sizes. This comes in handy because with the “Stay at Home” thing going on and the constant access to food, I never know which one is going to fit on any given day. To my surprise, I have found out that Hero Arts Infinity T-Shirt die set is very handy for the same reason. You just never know what size you need and sometimes you need two sizes on the same card.
I paired these cute T-Shirts up with the Braided Circle Slimline die from Pinkfresh Studios and some Tie dye like paper from Brutus Monroe to create this card. I couldn’t find a sentiment in my stash that worked so I created one on my Cameo and printed it out. Take a look:
My Monthly Hero Kit June 2020
Just a quick post to show a card that I did with the Aurora Borealis stamp that was in the kit. I admit I had a fear of failure with this one and was afraid to start on it. In the end, it did turn out well and is much more beautiful in real life than in this picture as it is totally sparkly and has a glow that I can’t seem to capture in photography.
Yay for Honey Bee Stamps!
I didn’t realize that I misplaced the entire month of July somewhere. I did not make a blogpost all of July. It is not that I wasn’t busy making cards. In fact, I think I was busier than ever. In fact, I was as busy as a bee……………………………pun totally intended……………making cards from Honey Bee Stamps for samples at Scrapendipity. I am a big fan of this company and was so happy when Selena decided to bring them into the store.
This card will end up as a sample at the store shortly, but I thought I would post it here first. The stamp and die set is called Way to Goat and it is just so cute. The set immediately reminded me of the herd of goats “hired” by the City of Calgary to eat the grass down on the hills and boulevards around town. The goats do not know that they are severely underpaid, and seem content with their jobs. Maybe, I should volunteer to be their Union Rep.
I combined the above stamp set with Lawn Fawn’s Small Lift the Flaps Slimline die to create the Congratulations card shown here. I think the card would be great for everything from Congrats on entering Kindergarten to Congrats on landing a first job.
This is the inside of the card.