Curiosities & Oddities

My last Halloween card of the year. Hope all these inspire you! K&Co put this amazing Halloween paper pad out which I made to look like a little scroll. The background has a subtle pattern, reminded me of victorian wallpaper. The eye is from K&Co. super amazing halloween label pack. A perfect fit 🙂 And of course I aged and distressed the stamped greeting and stamped image of the books. © Inkadinkado.

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Halloween Deck of Cards... Continued

It’s a bummer I didn’t get a chance to make this one into a nice beauty shot, but you can still see the details. © Inkadinkado

Halloween Deck of Cards

So this turned out to be a great little series, which I will post the rest of the set after this one. Inkadinkado designed these really awesome King and Queen Halloween stamps and well, I just couldn’t resist. Something awesome had to be made with these, and there were so many choices! © Inkadinkado

Hello Darling

Another quick card I created using the Inkadinkado Rectangle Stamping Gear. It is amazing how many different ideas you really can make with it.

Best Wishes

I created this card using the rectangle Inkadinkado Stamping Gear. A simple, classic card.

Halloween Printers Tray


Halloween is just around the corner! I actually did this last season. But since my blog is new, I decided to post it. This is one of my all-time favorite projects that I’ve ever done. I love to create stuff for Halloween and Inkadinkado’s new Halloween stamp line was just screaming for a printers tray. Project is © Inkadinkado®|EK Success.

Baby Shower

So normally I’m not so into super cutsy stuff, but I’m pleased with the way this one turned out. I created this for Michael’s featuring Inkadinkado’s wood, clear, and cling sets. I created the baby block favors out of a basic box template, stamped them in varying shades of pinks and purples and colored the images in with white pencil chalk for a soft and delicate finish. The card could be an announcement card, or in this case, a card for the Mommy-to-be. I also created simple cookie favors with the wonderful baby K&CO. paper, Inkadinkado’s stamps, and EK punches. The pail is for the table center. I wanted to do something a little different and fun. The stamped images punched and placed on layered colored papers adhered with lollipop sticks. Project is © Inkadinkado® | EK Success.