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Friday, February 15, 2019



Hello and Happy Friday! 

Lisa from The Relativity of Paper.

Today I'm over on the SVG Attic Blog

I'm so ready for Spring, are you? So I decided to create something spring-like to have in my craft room. I wanted to create something that I could use as a decorative piece on my desk. The Dressmaker Easel Tag Card from the JGW Just Sew Kit is perfect for this project. 



I used Kraft 12 x 12 cardstock to create the base. 


This easel will sit perfectly on my desk without taking up too much space and brighten my days. 


As always, thanks for joining me. 





Valentine Morning

Wednesday, February 6, 2019


Happy Tuesday and welcome back!
Today I'm over on The Rabbit Hole Designs Blog sharing this Valentine's card. 

 In Monday's post, I talked about using stencils and how it was a great way to kickstart our mojo. In today's post, I'm sharing another creative way to kick start our mojo. Color palettes or color schemes. You can find them on Pinterest or Google color scheme or palette generator. Be warned, you may find yourself down a rabbit hole! For this card, I googled Valentine color schemes and landed on Pinterest looking at this beauty, Valentines Morning

Valentines Morning color palette created by steakapple that consists #fff2d8,#fccdd3,#fca2cf,#d8f4f6,#ade1eb colors.

Immediately, I grabbed five ink pads and markers to match as closely as possible. Then I just let myself have fun! Tip: Don't stop mid-way, push yourself to keep going with it. At first, I did not love the card, but by the time I was done, I loved it. 




How To
  • Stamp images using black ink 
  • Stamp the houses, mask, and stamp the second row
  • Color the images using alcohol markers 
  • Fussy cut or use a Scan N Cut to cut the couple out
  • Stamp the hearts with blues, pinks, and pale yellow(buttercup)
  • Position stamped card panel to a card base (I used a 3 5/8 x 4 7/8 card base because I have a stack of smaller envelopes I need to use)
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the couple and position on the card front
  • Stamp sentiment using black ink and die-cut with a sentiment die



As always, thanks for joining me! 



So-Fishticated Note Cards with Lisa

Monday, February 4, 2019




Hi, and welcome back everyone. Do you ever make note cards? Does every card have to be for an occasion? My husband's grandmothers love to receive note cards with a handwritten message of the happenings in our lives and to be quiet frank, sometimes I want to mindlessly create. Note cards let me do that, and this helps when my mojo is running dry. 

How To Day 1
  • Stencil backgrounds using glitter glaze, transfer gel, texture paste, and stencil paste onto heavy cardstock. Always try to use heavy cardstock to hold up to the paste and gels.
  • Set backgrounds aside to dry
How To 
  • Stamp images using VersaMark Ink, add embossing powder to the inked image, remove excess and heat set with a heat gun 
  • Fussy cut images and set aside 



  • To assemble the two cards above cut two pieces of vellum; I used rectangle nesting dies and run through the BigKick
  • To attach the vellum to the stenciled background, I use Gorilla Double-sided mounting tape, center on the card front
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the backside of images and attach to vellum


How To 
(one difference with these two cards)

  • Die-cut cardstock banner to place behind the fish


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Love A Good Boot!

Friday, February 1, 2019



Hi, and welcome everyone. Today I'm over the SVG Attic Blog sharing a fun Valentine's Day card.
Using the Witches Boot Card from the Bewitched Boutique Kit. I love this boot because it can be used for so many things. I did a Birthday Version that you can see here



Every product I used is from my stash. The patterned paper is old Martha Stewart paper, the red twine is, of course, Trendy Twine, the cute little fuzzies are Queen and Co. This card is super easy to cut and assemble. The word LOVE is from the Love Potion #9 Label.

s always, thanks for joining us! 
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So-fishticated

Tuesday, January 29, 2019


Hi and welcome back, everyone! Today I am sharing four different cards from one stamp set, So-fishticated Stamp Set by The Rabbit Hole Designs. We all want to stretch our dollars with multi-use stamp sets, right?  The So-fishticated Stamp Set is definitely one of those sets. 
Keep reading, and you'll see just what I'm talking about.

"Oh fish-ally love you"
Valentine's Day Card

How To
  • Stamp image using Memento Ink Black Tuxedo
  • Die-cut white cardstock with heart dies, use the same dies to emboss by using an embossing mat
  • Stamp sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black Ink
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the white cardstock and adhere to patterned paper
  • Color the fish with Copics (use what you have) in reds and pinks
  • Fussy cut or cut out using scan n cut 
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of fish and position on the front of the card panel
  • Position card panel onto a 4.25"x 5.5" pink card base
  • Add sequins to hear shapes for a faux shaker look 


"Seas the day"
Encouragement Card



How To
  • Stamp image using Memento Ink Black Tuxedo
  • Simple coloring using Copics in the YG, BG, and B color families
  • Heat emboss the sentiment with gold detail or ultra fine embossing powder, don't forget the anti-static powder, it's a game changer. 
  • Dry emboss a white piece of cardstock with an embossing folder, try to use a design that compliments the pattern of the paper
  • Layer patterned paper onto black cardstock, layer white embossed cardstock onto black cardstock and center on patterned paper
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the seahorse and position over sentiment
  •  Add black enamel dots 




"Sea you soon!"
Shaker Card


How To 
  • Stamp image using Memento Ink Tuxedo Black
  • Color with Copics (colors of your choosing)
  • Fussy cut or use Scan N Cut to cut fish out
  • Die-cut white cardstock to create shaker window (use what you have)
  • Add acetate to the back of the window 
  • Layer 3D mounting foam over the acetate to build a dam for the sequins, add sequins and add a piece of white cardstock, cut to fit, over the sequins to hold them in  
  • Add shaker to green 4.25" x 5.5" card base
  • Position fish 
  • Stamp sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black Ink and adhere to card


"Sorry I was so crabby"
Apology Card


How To

  • Stamp image using Memento Ink Tuxedo Black
  • Color with Red Copics
  • Stamp white cardstock with a soft neutral ink, beige, using the crab stamp, then stencil over using the same ink
  • Die-cut using rectangle dies, position on a 4.25" x 5.5" kraft card base 
  • Stamp sentiment on kraft cardstock using Versafine Onyx Black Ink, position on the card
  • Add 3D mounting foam to the back of the crab, then adhere to the card


Now you see how this set has multiple uses, and the images are so fun to color. I just love the fish faces, they are so pretty to me. 

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