Perfect Wildflowers and Butterflies Card

Hi everyone! Hope you all are enjoying the most wonderful time of the year. Today Roxie Glaza¬†created this beautiful Wildflowers and Butterflies card using our Perfect Airbrush, Perfect Layers Mini tools and our Perfect Cutting Mat. Don’t for get we are giving a free Perfect Cutting Mat with any purchase over $20 at

Here is Roxie’s card:

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Creating the background: Scribble Copic marker in three shades starting with the darkest at the bottom. Drop on blending solution and I then used the Perfect Airbrush to spritz on the solution to create smaller drops and then spritzed on yellow alcohol ink.

In order to keep the nozzles of both bottle and air brush in line with each other I rest the air brush on an empty marker container, placing the screw knob inside a section added stability.

For those who aren’t familiar with alcohol inks, they dry very quickly so I worked with the ink coming directly from the bottle – squeeze a little ink out so it runs down the nozzle and blow it to the paper with the air brush.

Spritzing ink


Once the ink and blender solution dried I stamped the panel with a background image in yellow but you have to look close to see a bit of added texture. This shows better in real life.
Now the background is ready go to be used as an under panel or in my case stamping on addition images.

The 1/16″ and 3/16″ borders were cut with Perfect Layers Mini using a craft knife and the Perfect Cutting Mat.

Images: Just For Fun Rubber Stamps: Patterned Background, Wildflower Silhouette, Stamptangle Sideview Butterfly
Paper: Remember When – black textured, Die Cuts with a View – yellow textured, unknown semi gloss
Ink: StazOn – Jet Black, Ranger Alcohol Ink – Sunshine Yellow, Memento – Cantaloupe
Other: Eyelet Outlet and Brads – enamel dots, foam tape to pop the butterfly, Aleene’s tacky glue to hold down the antenna
Chameleon pen colors for butterfly: V04, YO3, CG8
Copic colors: Y38,17,19


Silent Night Card

The countdown to Christmas continues. Jenny Gropp created this lovely Silent Night card! I am always amazed at the beautifully detailed cards Jenny creates. We are so lucky to have her on our Perfect Paper Crafting Design team.

Perfect Paper Crafting is extending November’s sale thru the end of the year! With every purchase over $20 you will receive a Perfect Cutting Mat! And to make it even sweeter you can use the code “Jgropp” when you check out for an additional 10% off your entire purchase! Perfect gift giving for a crafty friend!

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Simple stamping turns into so much more when you add layers! I stamped this beautiful image and masked the bottom snow area, using Eclipse Tape. I cut the image out with a Spellbinder’s rectangle and airbrushed using Copic BG75. While my image was still in the die I added a little piercing by hand along the airbrushed portion of the rectangle. I used my Perfect Layer Rulers to frame my image multiple times.

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I wanted to add some falling snow back in to the scene after airbrushing. I used a very small ball stylus and dipped it in Copic Opaque White to create some falling snow.

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Layers again on the inside! The Silent Night sentiment and All is Calm sentiment, I thought went perfectly with this image. The finished card is an A2.

Stamps: All I want for Christmas Clear Set from Impression Obsession #CL304, Winter Wonderland by IndigoBlu #IND0120
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Neenah Black Linen, Misc. Patterned Paper, Aqua
Other: Perfect Layer Rulers, Perfect Cutting Mat, Swarovski Crystals, Copic ABS, Foam Tape, Spellbinder’s Matting Basics, Spellbinder’s Rectangles

Express Mail from the North Pole Card

We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends. Who’s going shopping?

Well to get you in the mood for Christmas, Jenny Peterson created this beautiful Express Mail from the North Pole card using our Perfect Layers Mini tools and Perfect Cutting Mat.



I used a stamps and dies from Reverse Confetti on my card- North Pole Wishes, Let it Snow Confetti Cuts and Triple Chevies Confetti Cuts. I used my favourite PPC products- Perfect Cutting Mat and Perfect Layers Mini, using the 1/16th measurement to create layers with black CS around the large grey patterned paper, the stamped panel and along the other chevron dies. Matting your layers in black makes everything pop! I added some black machine stitching and coordinating enamel dots.

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Happy Winter Card

Tracy Value created this cute Happy Winter card for you today. Here is Southern California it is finally getting a bit cooler outside! What a perfect card to share for the winter that is upon us.

Good morning. Tracy here and today I am sharing a card that I made using a portion of Frosty Friends from SugarPea Design’s. It’s actually a Perfect little scene with a little girl catching snow on her tongue but for my card I just highlighted and used the adorable snowman she is next too.



As always I used Copics for my coloring. I also used a pastel pencil to add a little shading in the scarf. I cut out the image using a stitched circle. All of my mattes were created using my favorite tool, the Perfect Layers Mini tools. They are the perfect tool for card makers! I then layered everything, added some foam dots to the image to give it a little dimension. Finished it off with some enamel dots.

I hope Tracy’s card gives you some inspiration to create a winter themed card yourself!

I hope you are all looking forward to Thanksgiving. It is such a lovely time of year!