My Batty Hero

My Batty Hero 1

Hey everyone! Todays card features My Batty Hero from Tiddly Inks, my son is in love with superheros (as tons of 5 year old little boys are), so when I saw Challenge #159 Super Power on the Tiddly Inks Challenge Blog I had to do it right?

My Batty Hero close up

So i printed the image out at 8.5 cm tall and coloured it and the background on a single layer then cut it out and layered it on some more round die cuts.

My Batty Hero 2

I have been doing a ton of square cards lately, and this one I did as a standard A2 card!

My Batty Hero 3

I kept the layout of this card very simple with some solid cardstock and two patterned papers.

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Valentines Card 2015

Kraftin Kimmie vday


Hey everyone! Back again this time with a fun Valentines Day card I made using Kraftin Kimmie Stamps image I {heart} you. This one was fun using watercolour to colour the image. The white spots on the image were added using Golden Heavy body acrylic in Titanium White.


Kraftin Kimmie vday 2


I then decided using my Hip Kit colour add on for the month of January would work perfect for this card. I tinted my Golden light molding paste using the Avery Elle Mint to be inkpad that is included in the kit, and doesn’t the Hero Arts for Basic Grey stecil just work ever so perfect! The mint coloured twine is from my stash and I am almost out of it so I am unsure of who the manufacturer is, if I had to guess I would guess The Twinery.


Kratin Kimmie vday 3


Products Used:

Kraftin’ Kimmie Stamps – I {heart} you

Hip Kit Club – January Color Add on

Simon Says Stamp – Sending Happy Thoughts

Zig Kuretake Gasai Tambi watercolor (24 set)

Bazzill 40LB Vellum

Versafine Onyx Black

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Cute Christmas Card by Kaelene Bennett


Hey crafters! Kaelene here to bring you a Christmas card using my electronic die-cutting machine for Jess’s October Christmas Blog event!


Did I say I loved Christmas? Well I do!!!!

I used Christmas paper from my stash that I purchased at Hobby Lobby.

The bear was cut from an svg file I purchased from

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My sister is getting married!!

Dana wedding


Hey everyone, my sister is getting married this Saturday, so I made her a lovely little card, which also happened to fit the SSS Wednesday challenge. It all started with about 4 SSS stamp sets, Life is a Journey, Thinking of You, Handwritten Greetings, and Favorite Flowers.

dana wedding 2

I embossed all the flowers and greenery in the backround using Hero Arts White Embossing Powder, on Ranger Watercolor Paper. Then it was all coloured with Peerless Watercolor Bonus Pack. The sentiments were embossed on vellum with Hero Arts Gold Embossing powder.

dana wedding 3


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Stencil Card Challenge

This weeks challenge is to use a stencil on your card… and here is mine.


MY B 1


Here it is! I am happy with the way this card turned out, aside from the flowers everything on this card is made from white paper and coloured using Distress Inks (weathered wood, crushed olive, dusty concord, seedless preserves, fired brick). The Stencils used were Prima’s Chevron stencil, and the Tim Holtz Ray stencil.

MY B 2


The image is from Sherry Baldy’s My Besties (the first time I have coloured one of her images) and coloured using my Copic Markers.


MY B 3


The Feathers are die cut from Spellbinders Shapeabilities Peacock Feathers dies, and the frame around the Happy Birthday sentiment (from Simon Says Stamp) is from Spellbinders Fancy Frames 1. All the feather on the card are from Wild Orchid Crafts.


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Butterfly Card


So, as lots of you know I have been playing catch up with the Watercolor For Cardmakers Class. It is fun, challenging, and irritating all at the same time. All I can tell you is I am sick of flowers… hence the butterfly.

butterfly 1

The circle is made with Gelato’s in some random colours, blue, pink, yellow, orange, grey, and purple. The butterfly stamp is a Martha Stewart one from 2009, and is stamped in Distress ink .

butterfly 2

I stamped the image with Dusty Concord, then watercolored in peacock feathers, and picked raspberry. The sentiment comes from the Handwritten Greetings set from Simon Says Stamp, and is stamped in Versa Fine Onyx Black. As usual my card base is Neenah Solar white 110 lbs cardstock cut to a standard A2 size card, the pink pannel is out of my scrap bin, so I am unsure of where it came from and is 4x 5 1/4, and the front with image is Canson 140lbs coldpress watercolor paper cut to 3 3/4 x 5.

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Birthday Card Challenge

This weeks challenge is to make a birthday card, but there is a twist… *insert dramatic pause here* The card should be able to be used for both males and females.

Well here is mine.

Make a wish

This is done on watercolour paper, I am still unsure if I like the card or not. But you never get better if you don’t try!

Make a wish A


There are a couple of close ups, it really was fast once I had the colours ready. Slopped it on, didn’t blend, but all in all it was fun.



Ranger Watercolour Paper

Lawn Fawn Stamp: Cruising Through Life

Simon Says Stamp, Stamp set, Handwritten Greeting

Inktense Blocks

Tim Holtz water brush

Neenah Solar White 110lbs cardstock

Versafine Onyx Black


Earthday Theme Card Challenge!

Here is this weeks challenge folks, something to do with earth day, trees, no lights, the earth itself, wind, water, you know all that good stuff. Think outside the box it doesn’t just have to have an earth slapped on the card, although, my card is using an earth… go figure. lol.

So here is my card…

Earthday card

I thought it turned out really fun with the Globe Die cut and watercolouring.



Neenah Desert Storm 80 lbs Cardstock

Tim Holtz Vintage Globe Die

Simon Says Stamp Tilted Banners Stamp and Die

Butterfly Cork Die Shape from Scraptastic

May Arts Natural Twine

Faux Enamel Dots made from Pearler Beads

The brown backround paper I have no idea where it came from it was in my stash


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