Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 45 – Create-A-Card Panels

This kit rises to the top of my favorites for sure!! I LOVE the papers and vellum and I LOVE the panel dies too!! So many options and definitely stamps and dies you will use over and over. This set has over 100 elements, and will make 16+cards. It includes metal dies, stamps, cards, envelopes, … Continue reading Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 45 – Create-A-Card Panels

Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 12 – May 2019

I cannot believe this is the 12th subscription box already! This month's kit is a unique stamp and die kit that leaves the florals and butterflies in the page after you have die cut them.  There are so many different things you can do with these popped up images and you still have the option … Continue reading Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 12 – May 2019

Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 11 – April 2019

This month's kit is all about using foil transfers. If you have never used transfers before, this is a great time to learn. If you have tried them, I think you'll be surprised to see all of the options included in this kit. Not only are you getting a ton of different patterns and words, … Continue reading Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 11 – April 2019

Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 6 – November 2018

This month's kit is all about aqua (watercolor) markers.  The November subscription box is great for new and experienced crafters. Watercolor is so popular but not easy for everyone unless there are color coded numbers on the page telling you what color to use.  For me, when I watercolor, I love experimenting with different backgrounds … Continue reading Crafter’s Companion Subscription Box 6 – November 2018

How To Create Masks for Your Cards

Have you ever wondered how card-makers create one layer cards with perfectly inked shapes or have a patterned background that runs throughout the card but not through the main focal point?  It is easy to do with multiple layers, but it seems more difficult to achieve on the same layer. Well wonder no more - … Continue reading How To Create Masks for Your Cards