Saturday, May 27, 2017

"What greater thing" Love/Wedding card

Hello Crafty Friends!

It was my time to share another project at Quietfire Creations and I created a love/wedding card using the Quietfire Design stamp set, What greater thing:
What Greater Thing is There & Heart Flourish, Set of 2 - Mounted
Such beautiful calligraphy and what a lovely sentiment!  Perfect for a wedding card, scrapbook page, or a wedding invite.
The blue patterned paper is from Graphic 45's Botanical Tea collection.  Dies used: Spellbinders Opulent Ovals and Becca Feeken's Graceful Floral Lace.
Thanks for stopping by!  Have a happy crafty day!
Big hugs,
Kathy Jo

Friday, May 19, 2017

"Live Laugh Love" upcycled wall art

Hello Crafty Friends!

It is my time to share a project at Quietfire Creations.  The project is upcycled wall art.  I took a tired, out of date item, repainted it, and used Quietfire Designs' dies, Live, Laugh and Love to create a fresh and happy piece of wall art.
The dies were used to cut both ivory and pink card stock.
The flowers are from my crafty stash.  Frosted Lace Stickles was used on the flower centers.
The project came together in a flash and it felt good to reuse an item that may have never been used again.

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you enjoyed the upcycle project.  :)
Have a happy, crafty day!
Hugs,
Kathy Jo

This project is entered into the following challenge:
Simon Says Stamp, A bit of Sparkle

Sunday, May 7, 2017

"Just living is not enough" Graphic 45 Secret Garden card

Hello Crafty Friends!

How is your spring going thus far?  I have been busy as a bee working on the gardens and lawn.  It is great seeing the gardens springing to life.  And the birds are so happy- perfect background sounds while gardening!

The soon-to-be-flowering gardens inspired this fancy fold card using Quietfire Design's Just living is not enough stamp...
  ...and Graphic 45's Secret Garden papers.  The card came together quickly after a wee bit of fussy cutting.
The card base was created using Sizzix' Side Step card die.  Stickles was used on the flower centers and all of the leaves.
Secret Garden paper was difficult to cut as I do not have many of the 8x8 papers left...but I am glad I did it!

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a happy, crafty day.
Kathy Jo
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