Connie Nichol has been very busy on the Quietfire Design blog today! Check out Connie’s layout they featured on their blog today Supplies: Stampin Up patterned paper, cardstock, Crystal effects and washi tape, QuietFire Design stamps and digital cutting files, Clearsnap ink, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Happy Monday!
During October, Connie Nichol has been a guest designer over at the QuietFire Design blog. Today she is sharing her second set of projects, Halloween cards made using QuietFire Design stamps and digital cutting files. Be sure to head over to the QuietFire Designs blog to see all the details and one more Halloween card. The [Read the full post…]
Hi everybody, Connie Nichol here! Today I was as a guest designer on the Quietfire Design blog. I have used and loved Quietfire Design stamps before, but this was the first chance I got to play with their digital design files and the new metal dies designed by Quietfire Designs and manufactured by Elizabeth [Read the full post…]
In September, Kelly Klapstein has been Guest Designer over at the Quietfire Design blog. On Friday she shared her second project, a gorgeous Thanksgiving card. SUPPLIES: Quietfire Design stamps and die; Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock; FabScraps patterned paper; Clearsnap Ink; Brother ScanNCut; May Arts Ribbon twine. Kelly used a beautiful Quietfire Design stamp set called “To [Read the full post…]
A Scrapbook Layout featuring Quietfire Design – Core’dinations – Brother ScanNCut – Tombow – FabScraps
If you love stamping, then you probably love Quietfire Design products! These beautiful calligraphy stamps and hand-drawn images look gorgeous on cards, scrapbook layouts, and other paper crafts. Quietfire Design also offers a selection of wonderful dies in the calligraphy style. Today Kelly Klapstein’s Graduation layout is on the Quietfire Design blog featuring the stamp [Read the full post…]
Featuring Aladine Izink Pigment inks distributed by Clearsnap and Quietfire Design stamps Hello, Connie here impatiently waiting for the snow to melt, the mud to dry and the garden to grow. This layout was totally inspired by my stash of fake flowers. I was trying to declutter my basement and gathered up all the artificial flowers that [Read the full post…]