blooming heart card

I am so in love with this stamp called Blooming Heart K5298. When this window card opens the heart is displayed!
Blooming heart Card
Here is another made for Card Patterns Sketch 57
Blooming heart Thank you
Blooming Heart Card

Spring ideas!

Here is some great spring colours from the Kraft What's Cooking Magazine. Also added in some Easter Egg cookies. They are from the bakery (thanks Mom!) :)

Easter Egg Card - Linda's template

Made this egg with a template offered on the Hero Arts website. Stamped with K&Co inks and Hero Arts AR169 , AR176.
Have a great weekend!

Simple bunnies

I spent most of last night trying to fix the tension on my sewing machine. I made this quick card and finished it before going to work this morning. Made with Hero Arts Easter set AR176. I masked the Easter Greetings clear stamp & also ran the card thru the sewing machine with no thread.

Have a great day!

Mom's first card!

Just sharing a card my mother made for my Husbands Birthday. Love it!

Easter Egg Card

Another egg card thought I would share. Embossed with Swiss dots and also masked the sentiment on this stamp to add the extra flowers. Everything is done in pink and green for a fresh spring look. Made with Hero Arts E5181 & coloured with Copics.

Easter Egg Card

Easter Egg card Made with Hero Arts E5181 & coloured with Copics. I masked part of the stamp to add the extra flowers on the card.

Spring Tree Butterfies Card

Trying to keep it simple with this card, its hard to stop from adding to many elements. Just keeping things simple with this one.

Made with Hero Arts tree CL218 and butterflies CM001 card stock and clear detail embossing powder.

spring dress card

Hello, Trying to Think Spring with my cards and this is what I came up with last night! The Sentiment and flowers are from Hero Arts CL231 Happy Hello set and also used peeled paint distressing ink on the background. Thanks for looking!

Just a little gift bag made for some sweet peeps. Inspired by a Hero Arts video on You Tube for some candy bags. I just adjusted the size and added a window.

Made for Clare's challenge -- Spring card

Hello, I made this card for Clare's challenge over at her blog This was a fun project made after work yesterday. The little duck is just a Michaels dollar stamp and the sentiment is from Hero Arts.
Check out Clare's website for more details on her challenge!

Easter & Spring Card

I am just loving all the wonderful Easter & Spring cards posted at the Hero Arts Flickr group, so many great ideas! Its hard to make an Easter card without any Easter stamps and unfortunately Michaels in Canada does not stock any. So I added some Hero Arts flowers and butterflies to spice up the Easter basket. Also I ordered a pack of Easter Stamps on line from the States, hope they arrive before Easter! Thank you for looking, have a great weekends! :)

Supplies Used ...
The bunny is felt, picked these up last year from the dollar store.
Basket and Eggs are cut with Cricut machine
swiss dots embossing folder on the basket
Hero Arts CL261 & CL381
Clear detailed embossing
card stock
copic markers

Pink Birthday Owl Card

Almost the same design as the card I made for my husband. I really wanted to made a card with a pink owl! This was made for one of the sweet girls at work! :)

As you can see I tend to work very messy when I make cards and scrapbook. I like everything close by. I left my work area and came back to see my little cat waiting to craft! This is Patches she is a Chocolate Birman when we brought her home from the Animal shelter she was so tiny, she is about 8 years old now. Just a fun picture!

Happy Birthday Owl Card

I made this card for my Husband's Birthday. There is a new addition to our neighbourhood that we can hear at night in bed. It's the first time I have ever heard an Owl and its really cool. Hope my Husband enjoys his card!

Hero Arts CL231
Elements Ribbon
Jessie James Button
Cricut Card Stock
Clear embossing powder
Copic Markers

Spring Flowers Digital Hibird Card

Just sharing another card made with Hero Arts Digital Kit. I love using these kits and I hope to purchase a few of them soon. They offer a few at no charge which is really nice so if you are new to digital stamping it's a great way to get started! For this card I took thick textured card stock and painted watercolours, dried with my heating tool, lightly pressed with the iron (tea towel over top) and fed the paper through the printer.

Thought I would post this little match box I made a while ago. Since Spring is on it's way and this months theme over at Hero Arts is Easter & Spring this may bring some inspiration!