Category Archives: Doodlebug

Doodlebug Designs – Let’s Party Gift Tags


Hey there crafty friends!

Today I am sharing 3 handmade tags I created using the new Doodlebug Designs 6×6 paper pad called “Let’s Celebrate.” This collection is the perfect theme for a boy birthday celebration. Although the collection comes with amazing coordinated ephemera, stickers and Doodlepops, I used stamps and dies from my collection to embellish the tags.

Some of the dies I used include the layered Pinata die set from My Favorite Things. A rosette and Birthday sentiment die from Alina Express. The party hats are from the Birthday Bash stamp and die set from Queen & Company. While the wavy Happy Birthday sentiment and banner come from Lawn Fawn. The layered tag set used for this project comes from Jaded Blossom.

If you are a fan of Doodlebug Designs like me, you are just going to love the new Let’s Party and Hey Cupcake collections. If you make gift tags with these collection I would love to see your creations. Be sure to leave a comment below linking me to your social media post or tag me on Instagram at

Thanks for stopping by. Happy Crafting!

Fab Flower Bouquet


Getting a jumpstart on my Mother’s Day’s crafting, today I am showcasing a card I made using a few stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn.

The flower arrangement was stamped and cut from the Lawn Fawn “Fab Flowers” stamp and die set. This set is a layering stamp set which allows you to add shadows and dimension to each of the flower petals. I used my altenew ink pads in shades of pink, red and yellow to create the layered color effect on the flowers. Some of the flowers were popped up with 3M foam tape for added dimension.

The jar for this card comes from the popular Lawn Fawn “How You Bean” add on die set. I used my Copic markers in BG10 and BG70 to add the look of water to the jar.

The sentiment comes from the Happy, Happy, Happy stamps and die set and was stamped in Versamark Black Onxy ink. I used the Fancy Folded Banner die set for the Mother’s Day portion of the sentiment and popped it up on foam tape. The polk-a-dot pattern paper comes from the Doodlebug “Love Notes” 6×6 paper pad.

I simply adore this card. I love the color combination and all its dimension. Thanks for joining me today for this quick project share. Until next time… Happy Crafting!

Doodlebug: Simply Spring Collection


Hello Everyone!

Today I am sharing with you a few cards I recently made using the 2019 Doodlebug Simply Spring collection. Doodlebug collections are great for quick and easy cards and scrapbook pages. What I love most about Doodlebug is that everything in the collection coordinates.

For today’s cards, I used papers from the 6×6 patterned paper pad and several doodle pop cardstock stickers to create four clean and simple cards. The sentiments on the cards came from my Clearly Besotted Fancy Sayings stamp set and my Big Birthday Wishes stamp set from MFT.

A little ink blending with my Distress Oxide inks in Tumbled Glass and Twisted Citron were used on the background cardstock pieces of the doodle pop stickers.

Here is my card share video if your interested.

I had so much fun creating these cards. Thanks for joining me today, until next time.