Thursday, February 16, 2017

"Get Well Soon" has me spinning!


Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I wanted to share with you two cards that I made using the "Get Well Soon" set from The Greeting Farm. I made the bases pretty simple because I put the main images onto spinners so that the characters would spin around the front of the card. Interactive cards are so fun to receive!

Here's a direct link to the store where you can buy this set if you're dying to have it!

My cards:

Want to check out my process videos using some of these great products? You'll find me at:

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

The Greeting Farm's Mega Mini Lift Off BLOG HOP!

It’s the 15th, and that means RELEASE DAY for the new FEBRUARY stamp set called MEGA MINI LIFT OFF! We previewed this set yesterday and now it's available at the shop! 

 To celebrate, we are having a BLOG HOP, where one lucky fan will win this set for their very own! Yay!

Be sure to leave a comment on each designer’s blog, and then head back to The Greeting Farm Blog to let us know you completed the hop. You have until Saturday, February 18th at 12pm CST to leave your comments. We will announce the random winner later in the week!

Here's my HOP CARD~

Our wonderful design team!!!!              JESSIE      THE GREETING FARM BLOG

We’ll have more inspiration over the next few days using these fabulous new stamps!  Don’t forget you have until Saturday, February 18th, 12pm CST to leave your comments.

Happy Hopping!

Monday, February 13, 2017

Sneak Peek of Mega Mini Lift Off @ The Greeting Farm!


I'm super excited to give you my own little sneak peek of a new stamp set that will be coming out on the 15th at The Greeting Farm! It's called Mega Mini Lift and is just so adorable, I'm still squealing over it!

Here's my card:

Cute right? Make sure you check out The Greeting Farm's blog today because the rest of the design team will be showing their cards/projects using the new set too!

Here's a link:

Remember to participate in the Blog Hop on the 15th, and check out the store for new goodies too!


Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

It's time for The Greeting Farm's 3-D challenge! Check it out!

Hi there everyone! Thank you for stopping by my blog today!

I am happy to be presenting The Greeting Farm's 3-D challenge today! For the challenge, I placed "For You Anya" onto a little milk carton carrier. At the Target dollar spot they had some little glass milk jars inside a box. I thought that it would be perfect to use as a cute gift, decorated up and filled with candy! I did just that, with the help of "For You Anya".  =)
If you love her, just click HERE and you will magically land into The Greeting Farm store where you can snatch her up immediately! Convenient, right?

The challenge runs for one month, February 1, 12 am CST to February 28, 12pm CST.

You can enter this month long challenge twice to make things fair...and remember there is a prize...$50.00 to the Greeting Farm site! Eeeekkk!!!! Please play along!

Were you last month's winner? Be sure to head to the Greeting Farm blog to check!

Click HERE to head over to The Greeting Farm Blog and be able to play along with the challenge!

For the 3-D challenge you need to make something 3 dimensional so...not a card. Use your imagination for this one! Just remember that a Greeting Farm image needs to be the focus of your project.

Want to see my project? Here it is! Thanks again for stopping by!

Monday, January 30, 2017

Shaking it up with the Little Party set today!

Hello there!

Today I want to share with you a shaker card that I made using "Little Party" from The Greeting Farm! It's part of the release that was available on the 15th of this month. Love it? I know, I's too cute! You can pick it up right away by clicking this link:

I made a shaker card using two of the girl images from the set, plus the banner, table, pitcher and cake. There are other little goodies that go along with this set so be sure to click that link above and check it out yourself! 

Have a great one!

Friday, January 27, 2017

Tear bear layouts for sale on e bay, if you're interested. =)


So I've been wanting to make some layouts to sell. It gives me a chance to make layouts that are a little more cutesy than I can use myself (my kids are not little any longer) and make some extra money on the side. I just listed these two layouts on e bay. I'll provide you with one link, and from that one you can find my other layouts, cards and altered items on e bay if you're interested.

Here's the link:

I'm not which layout this link goes to but as I said, once you find me in there you can easily see my other items for sale.

Thank you!

Thursday, January 19, 2017

A few random cards & projects from December.


Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Today I went through my blog folder and pulled out some projects that I haven't shown on my blog yet. These are a few things that I made in December 2016. 

First, I want to show you these cards that I made with one of my new MFT stamp and die sets. I was dying over this set when I saw it on IG and had to buy it right away. It's SO fun to work with! I made two cards and I love them both. I've used this set countless times already. 

The card on the right is a shaker card. It's SO CUTE!!!!

Every year we go to my MIL's house for something that we call Noni Christmas. Basically with her kids moving and having families of their own, it was getting difficult for her to have the family all together at Christmas so she started celebrating a few weeks before Christmas instead. With some people living out of state, it's still hard to get absolutely everyone together but she still tries. ANYWAY, this year I made ornaments for the adults that attended. I took a plain glass ornament ball from Michael's and filled it with a tiny tree, some fake snow, sequins and glass beads, jingle bells and two little papers that say "Noni Christmas" and "2016" on them in glitter paper. That sort of commemorates Noni Christmas for everyone that year. They were a hit!

This is a tag that I made using "Krystal" from The Greeting Farm. She's one of my favorites for sure! Want to visit the store yourself? Just click here:

This is a gift that I made for my MIL for Christmas. I bought a frame from Michael's that looked sort of like a worn clipboard with the background like a weathered board and the clip was metal, distressed and had a rose on it. I added a photo of her with my husband to it and then thought hm...that's not quite enough. I decided to back up the photo with several layers of paper and acetate and then added texture with modeling paste and some flowers, which I painted. She loved it. I think. lol 

That's all for today. Please stop by again soon, I love the comments and feedback!