Several new card sets listed in Knox’s Etsy shop! All proceeds go to Cockayne Syndrome research~ You can learn more about CS here, read about my angel, Knox, here, or visit the Etsy shop where I sell handmade cards to raise money for medical research. Thanks for stopping by and […]
Handmade cards using rubber stamps, decorative papers, fibers, charms, and anything else that looks cool.
Shimmery, creamy white. Unpredictable texture and transparency. I love onion skins. I also love dried stuff from my back yard: grass stems, dandelions, and primrose petals. I slipped it into a vintage wooden frame that I found at a thrift store. This natural collage is available in Knox’s Etsy Shop, […]
I made these postcards using the owl stamp I carved and my Derwent Inktense blocks. We didn’t have much of a winter here in central Texas, so the only snow I’ll see is the sn0w in my art. I stamped the owls in blue, then added more color with the blocks, […]
I’ve always wanted to try and carve my own stamp! I haven’t been able to find an owl stamp I like so I used this owl I made last year as my inspiration. I traced it onto the block and filled in the general shapes with a permanent pen. Then […]
Knox’s sweet Nurse C. is shakin’ the Texas dust from her boots and headin’ west! She likes Steampunk stuff so this is a ‘farewell’ card I made for her. This was my first attempt at making something ‘Steampunk’ so not sure if I did the genre justice, […]
These card designs are all hand-cut using some of the super-awesome paper in the KC Company’s Que Sera Sera pack. The changing seasons always put me in the mood for cutesy things like this. These owls are enjoying the moonrise from their respective tree tops and singing sweetly in […]
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The paper palettes left behind after my kids paint are incredible. I never throw them away. Colors swirl and mix, leaving textures and patterns I couldn’t have made intentionally. Their old palette papers made beautiful cards. I used my circle and butterfly punches and then added words clipped from newspapers. And this […]
Look what I found! I came across this precious Ellen Clapsaddle postcard in our local antique mall. Oh my goodness, my heart skipped a beat when I saw the tiny butterflies being painted. Being well over 100 years old, the copyright on this image has expired, so you can already guess that I […]