Hello and Happy Tuesday
Hope you all had a wonderful Easter long weekend and enjoyed time with your family.
I am popping in to share a few Easter cards I created over the last week. This first card I will share in the post has instructions as to how I created it and all the products I used.
Hello and Happy Easter my wonderful Crafty friends,
I am sorry for my unexpedent delay in posting on here. I am still learning the new system.
I have been busy working on custom orders that have been taking up post off my spare time aside from taking care of my beautiful and rambuncioyus twins.
I am sorry it took me so long to get on to post here. To be honest I am still learning the whole new website and blogging process. It’s not as simple as weebly was.
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and got a lot of crafting done.
I was busy most of December with custom orders which was nice but allowed little time for social media or website and blog stuff.
So since its new year I will start with sharing some of my newest creations and hopefully post some of the cards I created in the later part of last year.
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I decided to try my hand at another challenge, this time from the Color Throw Down blog, The color challenge was using red , green and white. This was fun for me as I am Italian and though i would do a little nod to my heritage using the Lawn Fawn Pizza My Heart stamp set and the My Favorite Things Recipe for happiness stamp set.
Hope you are all doing well. I am finally here with little walk through as to how i created these rainbow cards.To create these cards I started of with some 31/4 x4 white card stock and my distress inks. I used Candied Apple, Spiced Marmalade Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Mermaid Lagoon and Wilted Violet.
Hope you are all doing well. I am sorry there has not been a new post in a while. The reason for this is that i have decided to get a new website created, along with a new logo to make things more professional and sassy. I am so excited about it all and I cannot wait till the website is live.