Foil -Deco Foil Handmade Cards

Hello my crafty friends! Today I decided to get out my deco foils, Gina K. Designs fancy foils and Heidi Swapp Minc machine to make some pretty foil cards.

This first card I used unity deco foil toner card called (butterfly fly away). Gina K. Designs fancy foils silver sequins on butterfly’s and green for the Hello Crafty Friend steel Die by Simon Says Stamp! Also Sizzix Hearts dies cut out with 110 white card stock.
I love the way you can move the card and get this beautiful different looks by using the Silver Sequins fancy foils.
On this card I used unity tone card called Flower Devine with Gina K. Fancy foils Turquoise Sea and green.
The colors of Gina K. Fancy Foils are beautiful.
Other products I used are memory box wrapped stitch rectangle steel die and my Minc machine by Heidi Swapp. Also on the top left side of this picture you’ll see some toner paper 8 1/2 by 11 on 110 card stock. I had this made at Staples so I could cut out my own designs and save me on money.

Hope you like theses cards and please feel free to leave me a comment. Thank you for checking out my blog. Hope everyone has a wonderful day. by Annalicia Spannaus

Happy Easter Gnomes Cards

Hello my crafty friends! The last couple days I have been working on my last set of Easter cards for this year. I decided to go with Simon Says Stamps Spring Gnomes and matching dies.

All list all products I used down below.

Happy Easter everyone. Thank you for checking out my blog. by Annalicia Spannaus

Classic Easter Bunny Cards

Hello my crafty friends! Last weekend I got to meet with a group of wonderful creative friends. We meet once a month for the several years and always share ideas and work on our own crafty products. One of my crafty friends gave me this cute, pretty gold bunny’s. So I decided to make a classic easter bunny cards. I’ll list products down below.

Classic Easter Bunny Cards

I used graphic 45 double-side paper called Secret Garden Collection, Tim Holtz idea-ology kraft- stock Metallicd Jewels. And Elizabeth craft designs 1627 Elegant Easter Eggs die.

Paper here on this card is also graphic 45 called Once Upon a Springstime Collection. Happy Easter stamp is Tim Holtz spring shadows CMs393 and Memento Rich Cocoa dye ink.

Thank you for checking out my blog. Have a wonderful day. by Annalicia Spannaus

Happy Easter Cards ( handmade for my grand & great grandchildren’s

Hello my crafty friends! Today I’m sharing my Easter cards I made for my grandchildren’s, plus G- grandchildren’s. I had so much fun making all of theses cute cards for each one in different colors of bunny for them. I used Tim Holtz product to create theses cute cards.

My handmade Easter Cards for my wonderful grand & great grandchildren’s. Plus I made other little goodies to go out in the mail with theses cards.
The colors I used for theses bunny’s are Tim Holtz distress oxides sprays kitsch flamingo, dusty concord, squeezed lemonade for the bunny’s. For the sky mermaid lagoon and for the grass rustic-wilderness.
Bunny’s here are T.H. Distress oxides sprays crackling campfire, mermaid lagoon. The fence is Impression obsessing dies die206-V cut with 110 white cards stock.

Also other color I used on bunny’s here is TH distress oxide spray broken china. I took a stamp set from sizzix and stamp eggs out with the same colors I used for Bunny’s. And add some gloss accent to them.

Here’s a picture of TH bunny hop thinlits set. One of my favorite sets. Can’t forget I added a little fur ball for their tails. Now off they go to the post office with other little goodies.

Thank you for checking out my blog. by Annalicia Spannaus

Easter Card! In my defense I was left unsupervised.

Hello my craft friends! Just a quick-easy fun little card to make with tim holtz carrot bunny thinlit die’s # 665213.

This is adorable set!

Have a great day!

By Annalicia Spannaus

Easter Cards (Bunny Hop)

Hello my crafty friends. Today I finished my sneak peek Easter cards. I did nine cards using Tim Holtz products. Theses are extra Easter cards I made. If you leave me a comment and like on my blog or facebook. I will put your name in a drawing this Saturday March 6, I will pick two winners to receive three Easter cards each. I will list everything I used down below.

I hope to inspire others to have fun and create Easter cards and more. Thank you for checking out my bog. And have a wonderful day. by Annalicia Spannaus

Easter Cards

Hello my crafty friends! This is just a quick sneak peek of my Easter cards. Using Tim Holtz products. I will post finished cards in a few days.

Bunny Hop
Bunny Love
Happy Bunny

Thank you for checking out my sneak peek. Have a wonderful day.

By Annalicia Spannaus

Happy Valentines Cards

Hello my crafty friends! Just a quick handmade Valentines cards made with using Tim Holtz alcohol inks and other products, I’ll list down below.

Happy Valentines Day Cards

Tim Holtz Alcohol inks are watermelon, gumball and pearl intrigue. I also used Pinata alcohol ink rich gold and blanco. Tim Holtz blending solution and yupo paper.

Die cuts are Sizzix Love, cut out with Tim Holtz kraft stock Metallic-3. Other dies were simon says stamp stacked hearts and memory box inc. wrapped stitch rectangles. 110 white card stock. by Annalicia Spannaus

Acrylic Pouring Coasters & Cell Magic

Hello my crafty friends! I thought today since it’s raining here in my little town. I decided to make some coasters. I use different colors out of my color zone, so I went with black, gray, red and white. I’ll list all the products I use down below.

Thank you for checking out my blog. Have a wonderful day.

By Annalicia Spannaus

Open Cup Pour with Acrylic Paints

Hello my crafty friends! My daughter ask if I can do a open cup pour with acrylic paints. Of course I said yes, she wanted the colors of Amador High School where she graduated from. Also my Mother and grandson graduated from the same school. So when I was making theses for her I thought of them too. I’ll list all products down bellow…… by Annalicia Spannaus

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