Light in the Window

This is one of the new dies from Simon Says Stamp – Window Panes. Origami paper works wonderfully with die cutting as it is thin yet very strong at the same time. Card base is from Hero Arts.

Love this background!

The first layer of the background is Copic ink on Yup0 paper.  On top of that I stamped the new Elizabeth background stamp with Ranger Carnation Red Archival Ink. The word love was die cut with the new die in the Laura’s Love Set from Simon Says Stamp out of red fun foam and Simon Says … More Love this background!

love is the answer

Again I took some photo paper and applied some Copic ink and Ranger metallic mixative together with some Copic Colorless Blender. When it was completely dry, I used it with the new Simon Says Stamp Hearts Align Die. After hand lettering in chalk, I placed the hearts (I love how many hearts come out of the … More love is the answer

Year of the Rooster

The adorable roosters (Ranger gold embossing powder) and background stamps (Distress Festive Berries ink) are new from Mama Elephant. I went around the edges of the Lipstick Red cardstock from Simon Says Stamp with Distress Festive Berries and Vintage Photo after I added some dots with a white gel pen. I stacked this piece on … More Year of the Rooster

Love Mixed Media

I took some photo paper and applied some Copic ink and Ranger metallic mixative together with some Copic Colorless Blender. When it was completely dry, I used it with the new Simon Says Stamp Hearts Mingle Die. After hand lettering in chalk, I placed hearts around the Love – a good place for hearts to be.

Love Framed

I die cut Lipstick Red cardstock from Simon Says Stamp with their new release, Flowing Vine Collage. I finished off the red piece with Stitched Rectangles by Tim Holtz.  The blue green and the black base are from Hero Arts. I hand lettered “Love” in the opening and then put it all together with Ranger … More Love Framed

Angel Heart – love

For this card I used the new Angel Heart die from Simon Says Stamp to cut out metallic red card stock from Hero Arts which I applied to the white card base. I then hand lettered the word “love” in lower case script. A simple image can say so much.