Showing posts from June, 2018

Another Wonderful Moments Pregnancy Card

   Hi all you wonderful people! How have you been? Happy Hump Day! Today for you I have a card that I did with the amazing stamp set Wonderful Moments from Stampin' Up!. You may of seen my other card I made with this set a couple of weeks ago with the bride. I wanted to another similar look to this card as well.      I heat embossed again with white embossing powder. And instead of coloring only a part of the background, this time I watercolored the whole thing. I used Sahara Sand for this part. The Aqua Painters are any crafters must have. I then colored the mom with Melon Mambo and Soft Suede.      I am so loving the Delightfully Detailed DSP (Designer Series Paper)! There are so many different ways to use it. Here I cut a piece to place along the bottom. I also used Stampin' Up!'s new Tufted Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. It is so amazing! For any of the Dynamic folders I recommend first very lightly spraying your paper with water before embos

This Little Piggy Card

     Hello everyone! First off I want to say sorry for being gone for the last two weeks. Since my state has passed a new opioid law I am learning how to function in everyday life with less pain meds. And to make life even more fun, because of this huge drop my neck has been hurting more so my pain Dr ordered an x-ray. The results aren't good...I suffer from something called Kyphosis, an abnormal curvature of the cervical vertebrae. Because of the Degenerative Disc Disease all my discs are thinning resulting in the vertebrae rubbing against each other and this is happening in my neck. But I am not letting this get me down! This may require me to have another surgery before I wanted to have one, but I will bounce back like I always do. I hate being confined to a bed and I won't let it happen now! So on to today's card...      Believe it or not it has taken me a whole year to get this stamp set! I first saw it last year at OnStage Local in San Diego and totally intended