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Peony on Lattice

Hello all! Kia back with you today to share my final design using the beautiful Altenew Precious Peony set of stamps. This card I have named “Peony on Lattice”.

For today’s card I did some watercolouring using Daniel Smith watercolours in oranges, yellows, and various greens on Fabriano Hot Press watercolour paper. My colours are Sap Green, Green Apatite, Serpentine Genuine, Transparent Pyrrol Orange, Organic Vermillion and Hansa Yellow.

The background lattice is also by Altenew and is called Linear Crossroads Die. I die cut two (2) of the lattice pieces using Spellbinders pop up die cutting foam, which holds its shape even when die cut, and glued both of the pieces to my Neenah card base using Art Glitter glue.

I then fussy cut the flower and attached it to the lattice frames with Art Glitter glue and a few foam squares, then added the Tim Holtz sentiment, which is attached to a piece of white card and glued on the left side with a pop up square on the right side.

To finish my card I added a few black Kaiser pearls.

I love the look of this card, and I hope you do as well. Thank you for joining us today.


Tuesday with Tara {take 393} Coffee. Craft. Repeat.

Coffee.  Craft.  Repeat.

I love creating anything with a coffee theme… so pairing the Papercut Cafe Sizzix dies and this coffee ring & sentiment stamp by Altenew definitely made me happy!    Today I’m sharing the two cards I created on my Facebook LIVE on Saturday, both have the same design but different color schemes.  We focused on the process of cutting and assembling these mini Tim Holtz Colorize dies and just how cute they are!

My first card, in shades of pink, orange & yellow, was composed with a painty background I created with Dina Wakley Gloss Sprays!  It wasn’t particularly pretty as a large piece, but the smaller elements were perfect for cutting the coffee cup layers as well as for the border strip on this card.  I finished off the pre-printed tag with a wide yellow silk ribbon.

My second card was made from an inky background I made during the live, which included Distress Inks & Distress Oxide together in shades like Squeezed Lemonade & Peacock Feathers.  I finished it with a piece of crinkle ribbon I had previously inked up in shades of green.

I love seeing the same design in two different color schemes, and had so much fun creating these whimsical coffee cups with bold colors!  Please follow me on Instagram this week to see more completed cards I made with the other cups that were assembled on Facebook live!  If you missed it, you can also catch the replay on Facebook HERE.

Hope to see you soon!

Inky hugs,


Tuesday with Tara {take 392} Birthday Birds

Since I’m inspired by our Windows of Wonder Inspiration Hop theme, I thought I’d share another window themed card!  This is another mini slim- a gatefold card that measures 3.5×6″ and features frames from the Picket Fence Slimline System, together with Tim Holtz Silhouette birds.

As you can see, I actually have two cards to share… one of which was completed during my Facebook Crafty Live last Saturday!

I’ve used the stitched frame for the front (open left) panel and the bare tree/branches die for the middle (open right) panel.  Behind them both I’ve attached a slightly larger die cut square, which was inked to resemble the sunny sky.  A die cut bird is perched on the branch, colored up in bold red.

I die cut & scored the panels in advance, then completed the card on a Facebook live video, which I’ll link to below- I’d love to have you watch it!

Hopefully you were able to catch the replay of the live! If it doesn’t show up embedded in this post, please click here to see it on Facebook 🙂

I’ve included a few more photos of the open card on my personal blog, if you’d like a closer look!

Thanks for stopping by!

Inky hugs,


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