Live Laugh Love

A lovely little card that kind of says it all — Live Laugh Love! Here’s how to make your own:


  • Melon Mambo cardstock – 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”
  • Rich Razzleberry cardstock – 5-1/4” x 4”
  • Whisper White cardstock – 4”x4”
  • Painted with Love DSP – 5” x 3-3/4”, scrap for hearts
  • Love Mini Tinsel – 7”


  1. Adhere the Painted with Love DSP to the Rich Razzleberry cardstock.
  2. Wrap the 7” tinsel around DSP and Rich Razzleberry cardstock and adhere to the back of the card with SNAIL adhesive.
  3. Adhere the Rich Razzleberry cardstock to the Melon Mambo card.
  4. Ink the Live Laugh Love stamp with Melon Mambo, before stamping on cardstock roll the edges of the stamp in the Rich Razzleberry. Stamp on the 4” Whisper White cardstock.
  5. Cut out heart with a heart framelit that frames the words nicely.
  6. Cut out 2 hearts using scrap pieces of the Painted with Love DSP with desired heart framelits.
  7. Adhere the DSP hearts to card using SNAIL adhesive.
  8. Adhere the Live Laugh Love heart to the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.


Daisy Daisy Give Me Your Answer Do

Stampin'Up!, Daisy Punch, Daisy Delight Stamp, Window Box Thinlits, encouragement card, #peribeal, #papercraftingthreads

Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two) was a song written in 1892 and it became a huge hit immediately– kind of like Stampin’Up!’s Daisy Punch! The punch and bundle sold out almost immediately upon the release of the new catalog. I’m happy to report they are back in stock and you can now purchase them in my online store.

This card is all about texture, from the watercolor paper, embossing, double layers of the Daisy, the faux stitching on the edges, the banner and the copper trim. I love that copper trim-sleek and slim as is , or pull it out on the sides for a more lacy or netting look.

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Throwback Thursday – Life’s Adventures

Life's Adventures
Life’s Adventures

This Throwback Thursday brings back the little fox from Life’s Adventures. Lost Lagoon and Tangelo Twist brighten up the rainy day. Decorating the envelope is a simple way to elevate a card. The splat marks on the envelope flap are from one of my most used sets ever, Gorgeous Grunge. Bring on the spring showers!