Saturday, October 1, 2016

Witch way? (Just ME digital stamps)

Hi there!

I wanted to share a few more projects I made using digi stamps from my Etsy shop's halloween collection. They feature a couple of cute little witches:

witch way to the candy? (Just ME digital stamps)

First up, these little tags are so easy to make! I just placed the little witch from the Pumpkin Carvings set over the sentiment. I colored her in brighter halloween colors, to make it less scary and more cute for the littles. I showed my daughter the tags, and she's excited to color a bunch of them for her friends. That's the beauty of digis! I'll just print and cut out the tag shapes and she will happily color and gift them with a little halloween treat for her classmates.

witch way to the candy? (Just ME digital stamps)

My second little witch, from the Cute Witch digi set (insert eye roll, I ran out of creativity when naming that one!) is ready for candy!  I layered the sentiment over her skirt, colored the image and placed it over a starry coverplate (by Lawn Fawn.)

witch way to the candy? (Just ME digital stamps)

These lovely ladies are too cute to spook! I hope you like them too - check them out in the Just ME digital stamps store - click!

♥.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

Hi there!

I love the coziness of fall decorating. I thought, for this month's Lawn Fawn party post, to create a little fall baby shower to inspire you:

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)


I combined pumpkins from Happy Harvest with the little onesie from Little Bundle to stage this pumpkin-themed baby shower.

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

I kept the color scheme neutral, with just a few brighter touches of orange. I love that it's not too overpoweringly ORANGE.

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)


I used bright straws to compliment the color of the pumpkin, but layered it onto a more neutral mat (from Perfectly Plaid Winter.) The tag shape is from the Small Stitched Envelope die set. I'll definitely be using this label on more party decor in the future. It's the perfect size and shape!

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

In case the party theme wasn't completely obvious on its own, I created a little framed art-piece for the table. I used Milo's ABCs, together with sentiment pieces from Little Bundle to make it.

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

Little pumpkin party (for Lawn Fawn)

I purchased these little striped baking cups and embellished them with the onesie and tiny pumpkin images. Any chance you get to reinforce your party theme will make the entire table come together!

I hope you like it!

Just to add, when putting everything together, I used wonderful products sent to me by Scrapbook Adhesives. I especially love their tape runners. No more messy, gluey fingers for me!

♥.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

peaceful alpaca (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Hi there!

Lawn Fawn inspiration week is winding down, with a close look at the new Small Stitched Envelope die.

I wanted to create a card that would hide the envelope in plain sight:

peaceful alpaca (lawn fawn inspiration week)

It's a card and gift all in one! I created a whole scene on the card base as well as on the envelope front, and had them line up seamlessly (if parts don't look seamless in the photo, it's just the angle!)

peaceful alpaca (lawn fawn inspiration week)

I placed the Winter Alpaca onto the envelope, adhering him only to the top of the envelope. When the string is untied, it reveals the gift card inside:

peaceful alpaca (lawn fawn inspiration week)

Ta da! (Sidebar: I found that Starbucks card from last year. woo hoo! Free fancy coffee for me this week!)

Visit the Lawn Fawn blog this morning for more inspiration - click!

♥.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Cheery Christmas (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Hey there! Lawn Fawn inspiration week continues! Today, we're showing off the crittery holiday set, Cheery Christmas.

Cheery Christmas (lawn fawn inspiration week)

I went for a punch of color with a deep red background, cut using the Snowy Backdrop die.

The little stacked animals are the cutest!

Cheery Christmas (lawn fawn inspiration week)

As I often do, I used a black copic-friendly pen to draw in all of the intersecting lines so that the animal totem pole would look as seamsless as possible.

I hope you like it! There's more to see on the LF blog this morning - click!

♥.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Just ME digi stamps - halloween store

Hi there!

I created a few new designs for the Etsy digital stamp shop, just in time for Halloween crafting. Because, by the beginning of October, everyone switches over to Christmas crafting, right? HA.

Here's a little taste of what you can do with the new images:

Just Me digi stamps - halloween store


The carved-out pumpkin image is home to a cute little witch and her spidery friend. I printed it twice so that I could fussy-cut and pop up the pumpkin outline.

Just Me digi stamps - halloween store

I think this is just the cutest. And so big! That's the beauty of working with digi stamps, you can keep the image this large, to cover the entire card-front, or shrink it down if you'd like to use it on tags or mini treat boxes.

Just Me digi stamps - halloween store

One of my favorite images has to be this little bat! I paired him with the spider and a little heart - the softer side of Halloween!

Just Me digi stamps - halloween store

I also printed this image 2 times - so that I could glue the bat's body down but curl his wings a bit. He looks like he's flying!

I hope you check out the shop - thanks for your continued support of my little Etsy shop. The more you spread the word, the more I am encouraged to keep offering digi stamps to you!

♥.

It's a plaid Christmas (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Hi there! Lawn Fawn's September inspiration week is in full swing! Today, we're showing off the Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper collection.

I came up with this quirky little number:

it's a plaid Christmas (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)


I rounded up alllll of the reindeer (from Toboggan Together and Cheery Christmas) and had them peek out of little framed squares.

Since the plaid is so busy, I keep the colors to a tight red, kraft, and green scheme. The square backs were colored in green to give the reindeer some pop, although I think I could have found a better matching green!

I hope you like it! There's more to see on the LF blog this morning - click!

♥.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

String of Lights (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

Hi there! The Lawn Fawn design team is showing off new dies today - String of Lights, and Narwhal and Friends.

I have always wanted to make personalized photo tags, and the light bulb dies worked perfectly for this idea:


String of lights (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

I used the largest Christmas light die to create tags for gifts. I found and re-sized some pictures of my kids, turned them black and white and printed them right at home before cutting them out with the dies.


String of lights (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

The Christmas lights look so great with a thick layer of gloss!

String of lights (Lawn Fawn inspiration week)

I hope you like this idea! It's a quick and easy way to make tiny tags for smaller gifts.

Check out the Lawn Fawn blog this morning for all of the design team's projects - click!

♥.