Polkadotparadiso

Browsing Tag:

birthday card

Cardmaking

The importance of using the right stamping inks

I’m finally getting the hang of using stamps in my cardmaking I fancied getting my stamping on when cardmaking recently. I love all the Stampin’ Up cards with the ink splodge stamps but never fancied stumping up the cash for their stamps. After finding something similar recently I pulled together a quick card to try it out. I loved the concept for this card, it was simple and cute. The sentiment stamp and dashed heart (which came from a different stamp set) went together well.  ...

Continue Reading

Cardmaking

Latest Birthday Cards

I finally got some crafting time again thanks to all these lovely bank holidays! As The Planner Society goodies are my current cardmaking go to supplies I got them out once again.  So this is very similar to a card I’ve made before. I’ve been wanting to recreate it for a while now. This is using papers I believe from Jan’s Planner Society kit? I just cut out the same sunburst design on four different papers and put them together like a puzzle. I backed that with the same  ...

Continue Reading

Cardmaking

Mother’s Day Cards (& More!)

Some family orientated cards today! As Mother’s Day has now gone past I can share the cards I made this year! This was of course made using the February Planner Society goodies (full review coming soon!) I also pulled out my pretty paper flowers, as they matched the flowers on the die cut almost perfectly! I’ve found the best (and cheapest) place to get good quality paper flowers is Country Baskets. That place is an expensive trip every time I go! The second card was in a  ...

Continue Reading

Cardmaking, Other crafts, Planning

New cards with the Planner Society kits

There’s only so many pretty dividers I can make and so many times I can set up a planner. Therefore given the papers I’m now regularly receiving with the Planner Society I had some gorgeous new pretties to make some new cards with! Along with the die cuts that come in the boxes I had the perfect goodies to make some pretty cards that you pretty much wouldn’t find anywhere else. The first one I made was using the December kit, and I used a wooden element to create a nice  ...

Continue Reading