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Today I have a few projects to share with you using Lifestyle Crafts’ new Corner It Kit and 4×4 Alphabets. Can you say WOW? The Corner It Kit dies are beautiful and are wonderful for tags, cards, photos, journaling squares, and the list goes on. I made a set of tags using the new Corner It Kit and combined it with the Tag It Kit. I used the new 4×4 Alphabet, Parade, on these and they were the perfect size for the tags.


This is what the dies look like AND if you have a digital cutter, you get a code for the cutting files included in the box.

Corner It Kit


Here’s a card using the Corner It Kit, Nesting Butterflies, and Tag It Kit. DP for the tags and card is from Lily Bee Design Buttercup…my new favorite DP!


I have two more cards to share using the new 4×4 Alphabets Parade and Lollipop.





This card uses Lollipop and the butterfly is from Make It Amazing (Taylored Expressions). Again, I used Lily Bee Design Buttercup DP…did I mention I love this pack? 🙂


My last card uses the new 4×4 Alphabet Parade and Ramsay from Whipper Snapper Stamps. A simple, but cute, birthday card, perfect for a little one.

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Good morning! Today I’m sharing a few cards I’ve made over the past few weeks. This card is made with an embossing folder by Darice and butterfly die cuts (Sizzix Bigz & Embosslit) from Stampin Up. Add a few dimensionals and pearls and I have a CAS (Clean and Simple) card that took only minutes to put together.



These two cards were made with a die (Feather Headband) from Lifestyle Crafts. I love this feather! Two feathers come in this set and the other one is quite a bit larger…but equally gorgeous.



This card was made with an embossing folder from SU and a Silhouette file. The flower was cut in multiple sizes with the Cameo and then layered to look like a snowflake.


My last card uses an adorable image from Woodland Critters (Whipper Snapper). I made a cutter file for the stamp, used a SAMJ (Stamp a Ma Jig) to line it up and adhered it with a dimensional. This little guy makes me smile…isn’t he spunky?

Lettering Delights has two delightful calendar sets from Sherri Berry. Aren’t they wonderful? HERE is the first set and HERE is the second one.

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Here’s a card using a silver glitter gel pen. I converted my Silhouette Studio file and imported it into KNK Studio and used the gel pen to draw the flourish. Using an exacto knife, I cut some of the rubber grip off of the gel pen to fit it into the blade holder of the KNK. It worked well with this pen, but when I tried it with the pink gel pen, it wobbled a bit and left a bad drawing. I will have to try and figure out how to perfect it as I have other colors I’d like to use.

Both hearts are Quickutz Nesting Hearts and the sentiment is from Winter Schminter (Whipper Snapper Designs). It was hard to get a good picture of the silver glitter gel pen but it really is subtle and so pretty in person. Pink silk embroidery thread was a nice added touch…and I’m done!



This card was made using a flourish heart and antique key from Silhouette and were cut using the Cameo. I cut two black keys and adhered them together, then sprayed them with Krylon Triple Thick Crystal Clear Glaze for some added texture. I think tying the bow took the longest, but all in all, it was a quick card. 🙂



My last card uses one of my favorite dies (ha, I have lots of favorites!), the branch die by Memory Box. I made this one for my husband as we’re celebrating our 19th wedding anniversary tomorrow. I can’t believe it’s been that long but can honestly say, he gets better with age. The hearts are an EK Success punch and the stamp is an anniversary set from PTI.

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Isn’t this little guy the cutest? I had a lot of fun coloring this image. Stamp is from Whipper Snapper, Kahlua and colored with Copics. Thanks for stopping by!

Hello again! I have several more cards to show you from Whipper Snapper’s new release.  The first card uses a cupcake from Recipe Card Companion and a sentiment from an older cling set (but still a fab one!), Friendly Expressions.

The second card uses Garden Fresh and has so many different and fun ways to use it.  This set is wonderful way to present your homemade goodies with…a custom treat all the way around!

Next we have two recipe cards using Recipe Card Companion and the Recipe Card.  These cards would also be great as a gift set, either filled out with recipes or left blank for the recipient.

My last card is simple, but sweet, and uses Garden of Friendship.  What I love most about this set is the images are wonderful together, or by themselves.  Thanks for stopping by!

For more inspiration from the other very talented Featured Designers, check out the Whipper Snapper Featured Designer Gallery on Splitcoaststampers!



Today is the new release of three more cling sets (plus the recipe card) by Anna Wight at Whipper Snapper Designs! I have truly been honored to be a Featured Designer for March and April.  This month’s release proves that Anna has done it again.  I have fallen in love with the character her images project…sweet, charming, and oh so fun to design with!  I will let the pictures speak for themselves and add the supply list below.

Supplies – Garden of Friendship, Garden Fresh, Recipe Card Companions, Recipe Card, copics, airbrushing, Just Laury’s Roses, Keepsake by Designs Daisy, Klic n Kut, white gel pen, pop dots, silk ribbon, nesties, QK dies, McGill Leaf Punch

More Featured Designer Fun!

Shellie Daniel – SCS Gallery

Beth Matson – SCS Gallery, Never Too Old to Color

Dawn Burnworth – SCS Gallery, My Stamping Thyme

Peggy Marsh – SCS Gallery, The Wired Angel

Jennifer Woodward – SCS Gallery, Thimbles, Bobbins…

…and of course, Miss Anna Wight – SCS Gallery, Sweet Miss Daisy

Well, anyone who knows me knows I love minis…whether cards or envelopes.  I love how quick and fun these were to make.  I used Woodland Critters, from Whipper Snapper, for this set of cards.  Using my Klic n Kut, I made cut files for the stamps and attached them to the cards with pop dots.  Images are colored with Copics.  Aren’t these critters cute?  I love how happy they are…thanks for stopping by!

Supplies – Woodland Critters, SU XL Bigz Die, Klic n Kut, Copics, pop dots, white gel pen