Paper Morsels

Paper Crafts and Sweet Morsels from life.

Little Winter Fairy

I really admire the beautiful images at A Day for Daisies.  The talented folks that make paper crafts with these images are amazing as well!  Other than a simple bunnies design, I have been pretty afraid to try to color any of these images – because the bar is set so high!  So, this is my first try at coloring a more detailed image.  It is called “Little Winter” and it was a freebie on their blog awhile back.  I like how her wings almost look like winter scarves as well.  I do not see it in their shop, but there are so many other lovely options!  I wanted to keep the colors very muted because on a gray-skied day when it starts to snow, things are always monochromatic outside.  There is a slight sparkle in her hair with a Wink of Stella pen that is hard to see in the photo.  This is my first try at using Copic Opaque White paint as well.


Supplies Used:

Digital Images:  A Day for Daisies “Little Winter”

Paper:  Recollections

Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities “Labels 8”

Sentiment:  Simon Says Stamp Small Hello Craft Die

Markers: Copic

Shimmer Pen:  Wink of Stella

Silver Pen: Pearl Line

White Paint:  Copic Opaque White

Challenge Entries:

A Day for Daisies:  In with the New, Out with the Old Challenge

Sentimental Sundays:  Winter Sparkle

Winter Wonderland:  Things with Wings

Suzy Bee Challenge Blog: Anything Goes with a Twist:  Fun in the Snow

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge:  Something New

V’s Sweet Ideas:  Something New

Little Tangles:  Saying Hello


Cookies n’ Milk

Yesterday was my foray into another Lawn Fawn set – this time: my new Cookies and Milk set!  YUM!  I made 7 cards, here are a few of the variations.  I have to admit, the last one is my favorite, but I just didn’t have much of that paper!  My striped paper was some older stock I had on hand from a summer DCWV stack.   I took the sentiment stamp the set came with and curved it on my acrylic block so that it mimicked the curve of the frame.

Now who wants cookies??!





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Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets:  Lawn Fawn’s Cookies and Milk and Sweater Weather (frame stamp)

Textured & Striped Paper: DCWV

Designer Paper (Pink):   Doodlebug Design, Inc – Love Bug 6 x 6 Pad

Red Paper:  Recollections

Die: Die-namics by My Favorite Thigns

Inks:  Momento

Markers: Copic


Love to Create Challenge Blog:  Anything Goes

Artistic Inspirations:  Anything Goes with a Twist of NEW

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge:  Make New Friends but Keep the Old


Lawn Fawn Trees of Love

I just made a set of different themed tree cards from the Lawn Fawn set called “Sweater Weather” that I got for Christmas.  I was inspired by Lawn Fawn’s design team member Lynette Kaufman, who made one for each season.  Her cards are so well done! .  I just made mine all Love cards so I can send them to Operation Write Home.

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Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets:  Lawn Fawn’s “Sweater Weather” and Sentiment from Lawn Fawn’s “Love You S’more

Textured Paper: DCWV

Designer Paper:  American Crafts May Berry (Green Dot); Doodlebug Design, Inc (Pink Dot)

Red Paper/Ink Stamp:  Recollections Paper, Basketweave Stamp by Club Scrap

Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities “Wonky Rectangles”, Lawn Fawn “Sweater Weather”, Avery Elle Custom panels Die

Inks:  Stampin’ Up

Bling:  Unknown


My Creative Moments “New Somethings” Challenge

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Tiddly Inks Christmas Cards

I had some fun making some Christmas cards this year with a few cute Tiddly Inks images. They are so fun to color and I had a good time trying out different skin and hair color combinations.   I never get to make as many handmade cards for Christmas as I’d like to, but I got a few out this year.  I didn’t want to post them til they made it to their destinations!  I always think I’ll start early…I made these in November…maybe next year I should do “Christmas in July” card making!  I hope you all had a fantastic holiday!


Cocoa Wishes


Cocoa Wishes


Cocoa Wishes


Mavis Christmas


Wyrn Summertime Sweets

Supplies Used:

Digital Images:  Tiddly Inks “Cocoa Wishes”, “Wryn Summertime Sweets” and “Christmas Mavis” by Christy Croll

Designer Paper: Reds/Greens- The Paper Studio “Christmas Basics” 6 x 6 Pad; Blue: DCWV

Gold Paper on Mavis Card:  Club Scrap

Red Glitter Ribbon:  Celebrate It 360 from Michael’s

Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities “Labels Eight”

Snowflake Ink Stamp (Blue Card): Club Scrap

Sentiment Stamps:  “Holiday Cheer” by Impression Obsession Holiday Cheer set

“To Warm Your Heart” by Stampendous Snowy Short Stacks set

Border Punch: Fiskars Interchangeable “Upper Crest”

Markers: Copic

Shimmer Pen:  Wink of Stella


Tiddly Inks Design Team Call

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes