Saturday, October 3, 2015


I know Christmas is 13 Fridays away...but I make all of my Christmas cards, paper goods, and a few of my gifts. I have to start early!

Here are some tags I made for an exchange I am in. 

I used a quickutz die and ribbon, class a peels sticker, and fun fibers.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

A Card With COFFEE!!!

We could all rule the world...
with enough coffee. 

I like how the sequin caught the light on here. 

I stamped the image on a coffee sleeve and cut it out to be 
the little sleeve on the cup. 

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Bible Journaling

Whether in a Bible, on a piece of paper, or in an art journal... Bible journaling is hitting the craft and Christian groups by storm! It is such a beautiful way to witness. There are groups on Facebook that have numbers in the tens of thousands! 
I have had people ask me to share my bible and what is in it because of the art I out in there.
While some groups and cultures are not keen on drawing in their holy books, I see no issue with it. If it gets people opening and reading their bible more, than it is a good thing.
This is a notepaper doodle I did. 
Money is just a symbol here...but there truly isn't an amount one could pay to clear the debt for all of our riches of His Grace.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

My husband's childhood photos made into cards...

Kyle during his Butch Cassidy phase. 

A fun note card series. 
These would make great 
birthday for a boy cards.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Frozen Themed Birthday Card for a 6 year old.

A coworker's daughter is having a Frozen themed birthday.
I don't like using copy-write or trademarked images.

I made a cascade card out of DCWV paper. 
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut. 

I hope she likes the card, and I really hope her daughter loves it!

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Playing with Type

I always see these beautiful illustrations of Biblical Passages.
I thought I would give it whirl. Typography isn't easy. I see
some spacing issues in this, but that is how we learn; we make
mistakes. I am pretty happy with it none-the-less.

I used Adobe Illustrator.