Craft Your Joy
Crafting Your Joy: Papercrafting + DIY Project Inspiration
I believe that taking time for yourself to create something with your hands is one of the most loving things you can do for your well-being.
May you find pause from the hustle and pure joy in the making.
Craft Your Joy with My Stamp Sets
Craft Your Joy Tutorial Posts + Inspiration
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing another super simple HOLLYDAY card design. The magic is in the washy washy watercoloring with distress inks.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a super simple holiday card design that uses filler leaf and foliage images from a variety of stamp sets to create a Christmas themed card in minutes.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing some a super simple holiday card design that you can make in less than 10 minutes. I’m also geekin’ a little on color mixing techniques you can do right on the stamp.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a fun layering card tutorial with a gorgeous fall color palette. This card is super simple to create and I’m sharing some tips on using dye inks to create simple design layers and composition.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m using bold, bright colors and stamping layers and backgrounds to create this single layer card with a little embellishment pop. There’s a bit of design and card composition chatter too! Enjoy!Come in
Welcome to the Gina K Designs November New Release Blog Hop, DAY 1! Lots of inspiration for the holidays, so FUN! AND… a holiday ornament idea.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a fun wonky card design with an unexpected graphic twist. I’m also sharing how to get more from using a background stamp simply by turning it 90 degrees.Come in
Welcome to the Gina K Designs November New Release Blog Hop, DAY 1! Today I’m super excited to share new project inspiration using the new stamp set releases Old Fashioned Christmas by Hannah Schroepfer and Reasons to Celebrate by Gina Krupsky.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing some super simple techniques for creating a simple card design with layers of complementary colors. Using colors that “work” together can help you build layered cards effortlessly.Come in