Hello Beautiful with Therm O Web & Jillibean Soup

We’re having fun on the Therm O Web blog this week, joining up with the gang at Jillibean Soup! Both blogs are filled with project inspiration all week long, mixing Jillibean’s adorable paper and mixed media collections with Therm O Web’s awesome deco foil products, and more…. and we’ve got a great prize to give away, too. Keep reading for more information on that!

May is a big birthday month for me, so for my project, I made a birthday gift set featuring Jillibean’s beautiful Farmhouse Stew collection. I love the bright and happy colors in this line. So perfect for spring and summer birthdays, and just about any other occasion, too.


As with many of my gift set ideas, when I’m looking to make several projects that coordinate together, I usually start with the card. May just seems to call for flowers, so that was the jumping off point for my design. The mason jar, the sentiment strip, and the flower bouquet are all from the die cut shape sheet, and were so easy to put together. I chose three papers from the collection kit that pulled colors from the bouquet and layered them with crisp white Therm O Web Premium Cardstock to make all the patterns pop.


I needed a small gift box for my birthday set, and this mini pizza box die shape from Sizzix was the perfect size. I die cut the box from Premium White cardstock, and added some of the same papers I used on the card to pull everything together. A GinaK Designs tag, decorated with stickers and die cuts, was tied to the box with twine. I am crazy about those Jillibean Soup Mix the Media Felt Flowers…. good grief, I would add those to everything, if I could.


Can’t wait to give this gift set to the birthday girl! Stop by the Therm O Web blog for the full tutorial, if you’d like to learn more. And be sure to get entered in our fabulous prize giveaway, while you are there. One lucky winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to the Therm O Web store PLUS a Jillibean Soup 2 Cool for School Paper Pack!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a fabulous day!


Today’s supplies:

Therm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Luxury White - 10 PackJillibean Soup - Farmhouse Stew Collection - 12 x 12 Collection PackJillibean Soup - Farmhouse Stew Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Rise and ShineJillibean Soup - Farmhouse Stew Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Gimme Some SugarJillibean Soup FARMHOUSE STEW Die Cut Embellishments Pea Pod Parts JB1414Jillibean Soup - Farmhouse Stew Collection - Puffy StickersTherm O Web - Nested Die Sets - Decorative TagTherm O Web Gina K Designs SINGLE STITCH SQUARE LARGE Set Nested Dies 18010Sizzix - Where Women Cook Collection - Bigz XL Die - Box Mini PizzaJillibean Soup - Felt Flowers - Shades of RedLawn Fawn TANGERINE Single Cord Lawn Trimmings LF786Therm O Web - Memory Tape Runner XL - Dispenser - PermanentTherm O Web - Mixed Media - 9 x 12 - Foam SheetsTherm O Web 0.50 INCH iCraft Adhesive Double Sided 3375

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Fabric Friday- A Mother’s Day Bouquet with Therm O Web


Hi friends, happy Friday! Thanks for stopping by! Today I’m switching gears from paper crafts to share a little fabric project with you that I made for the Therm O Web blog this week. Easy-sew fabric tulip flowers. Something different for a Mother’s Day gift idea. Or just some spring flowers for your home decor since Mother Nature seems to be hiding on us this year.


These polka dotty flowers do make me smile, I have to say. They remind me of when my kids were little and had a play kitchen with pretend food. All those puffy items they could “buy” at the grocery store in their oversized plastic cart and bring home to their little kitchen. These flowers would fit right in there. Happy memories!


I think these look really sweet arranged in a vase like real flowers, and the best thing is, they will never fade. Those are my kind of flowers! Better yet, these “easy-sew” fabric tulips are truly just that… easy to sew. I’ve got the full step-by-step tutorial up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.


Enjoy your weekend, friends! See you all soon!

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Be Happy with Therm O Web & Brutus Monroe

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We’re having some fun on the Therm O Web blog this week, partnering up with our friends at Brutus Monroe. All week long, both blogs are filled with project inspiration featuring Brutus’ stamps and stencils along with Therm O Web’s awesome line-up of products.


I am sharing several mix-it-up projects on the Therm O Web blog, and wanted to share the first of them here with all of you. This card features lots of layers of Therm O Web premium cardstock from the GinaK Designs line. I am just a bit obsessed with this lime Jelly Bean Green color. I used it in the cardstock, and the ink, and even a smidge in the Fancy Foils, too.


The flowers are from Brutus Monroe’s adorable Rose Garden stamp. They were stamped and embossed in white, and watercolored with Zig markers. The sentiment is Brutus, too, as is the pretty tile stencil pattern in the background. Makes me think of a garden lattice filled with climbing flowers. And I don’t know about you… but I’m ready for flowers!


I always love a good side view of deco foil to really show off it’s beautiful shine. I used the foil here with the new acetate toner sheets to create that cool striped pattern on the strip behind the sentiment. And I’ve got the full tutorial up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.

In honor of our match-up week, we’ve got a fabulous prize for you. Be sure to stop by the Therm O Web blog and get entered in our prize drawing for a $25 Gift Certificate to shop our online store!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a wonderful day!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:
(Affiliate links used where possible at no extra cost to you)

Therm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Black Onyx - 10 PackTherm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Luxury White - 10 PackTherm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Jelly Bean Green - 10 PackBrutus Monroe Clear Stamps ROSE GARDEN BRU4364Brutus Monroe - Mixed Media Stencil - TileTherm O Web - iCraft - Deco Foil - 8.5 x 11 - Clear Designer Toner Sheets - Pinstripes - 4 PackTherm O Web Gina K Designs JELLY BEAN GREEN Fancy Foils Deco Foil 1803628 Lilac Lane - Premium Sequins - Black TieTherm O Web Gina K Designs BLACK AND WHITE GINGHAM Fancy Ribbon 18048Brutus Monroe RAVEN DETAIL Ink Pad BRU2543Gina K Designs JELLY BEAN GREEN Color Companions Mini Ink Pad CUBE38Tsukineko - VersaMark Watermark Ink Stamp Pad - Large - ClearRanger Ink - Basics Embossing Powder - WhiteKuretake - ZIG - Clean Color - Brush Marker - 48 Piece SetBrutus Monroe - Waterbrush - Medium TipTherm O Web - Foil Laminator - 12 InchesTherm O Web - Deco Foil - 6 x 12 Foam Adhesive - WhiteTherm O Web - iCraft - Purple Tape - Removable - 1.5 Inches x 15 YardsRanger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - Round

Brutus Monroe Floral Frame Clear Stamp Set

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Thanks & Best Wishes with Therm O Web


Happy Fri-YAY, friends! Today is my day up on the Therm O Web blog, where I’m sharing a pair of cards I made for Creativations (CHA) with the new designer stencils and new colors of deco foil. And I wanted to share my cards with you all here, too.


I used the beautiful Tim Holtz Stamper’s Anonymous Flutter stamp set and some stitched circle dies for the focal panels, and layered them with simple patterned paper and sentiment strips. The graphic backgrounds were made with a bit of masking and inking, followed by deco foil stenciling to create the cool metallic pattern on top.


I always love a good side view of the deco foil. Really shows off its amazing texture and shine. I used my two favorite new colors of deco foil for these cards- denim and jade. And two of the new stencils in the Starburst and Pinwheel designs.


I’ve got the complete step-by-step tutorial for today’s cards up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.

And check out these great deals in honor of National Craft Month on all Therm O Web supplies. Be sure to use the checkout code below.

National Craft Month Free Gift with Purchase Sale

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope you all have an amazing weekend!


The supplies I’ve used are linked below:

Gina K. Designs Premium Cardstock • Luxury WhiteGina K. Designs Premium Cardstock • Black OnyxPhoto Play Paper - French Flea Market Collection - 12 x 12 Collection PackStampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz - Cling Mounted Rubber Stamp Set - FlutterSizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations Collection - Framelits Dies - Stitched CirclesPretty Pink Posh AQUAMARINE Flat 6mm SequinsDeco Foil™ Pinwheels Stencil pictureDeco Foil™ Starburst StencilDeco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • DenimDeco Foil™ Transfer Sheets • JadeRanger Archival Ink Pad JET BLACK AIP31468Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Tumbled GlassRanger Ink - Artist Brushes - 7 PackRanger MINI ROUND INK BLENDING TOOLS IBT40965Purple TapeDeco Foil™ Transfer GelFoil Laminator • 12 inch

Happy Day with Therm O Web


Hi Friends, happy Monday! Today I have a quick and easy card to share featuring some mixed media fun with Therm O Web deco foil. I don’t know how things are in your neck of the woods, but I have definitely been feeling the winter funk with all these grey days we’ve been having lately. So thought I would turn to some bright and happy papers for my inspiration, and experiment with a fun and funky foiled background made with a favorite stencil and gorgeous Antique Pearl Transfer Foil sheets from Therm O Web. Absolutely love the bright and girly look of hot pink mixed with the elegant touches of gold. And check out the fabulous texture on that foiled background.


The shiny look of foil continues to be very trendy in the papercrafting community these days, and I am excited to say that Therm O Web has just extended their deco foil line to include even more foil colors and patterned foil, too, and lots of innovative new ways to use them. Can’t wait to share with you the new stamp and foil stamp sets that were released at the Creativation show, and are coming soon.


For this card, I created the textured foil panel you see here with Deco Foil transfer gel applied through a stencil.  This process does require a heat laminator, but it is sooo easy to do. And works with virtually any stencil in your crafty stash. I used a cool webbing stencil from the Crafter’s Workshop for my design. And the paper is from Photo Play Paper’s adorable Bloom collection. I’ve got the complete step-by-step tutorial up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope your week is off to a great start!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Therm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - White - 12 SheetsPhoto Play Paper - Bloom Collection - 12 x 12 Collection PackTherm O Web - Transfer Foil - 6 x 6 - Antique PearlTherm O Web - iCraft - Deco Foil - Transfer Gel - 4 OuncesTim Holtz Distress Ink Pads - Tattered RoseRanger Ink - Tim Holtz - Mini Ink Blending Tool - RoundRanger Ink - Palette Knife Set - Black - 4 PiecesTherm O Web - Foil Laminator - 12 Inches

Other: Twine

A Very Merry Christmas with Therm O Web


Hi Sweet Friends, and happy Thursday! Today I’m having some fun with bright and festive deco foil  on this pair of holiday cards made with new seasonal GinaK Designs products for Therm O Web.


Just in time for the holidays this year, Therm O Web has expanded their line of Deco Foil goodies to include lots of new additions for the season, including new holiday sentiment and background Foil-Mates sheets, and gorgeous new holographic Fancy Foil colors, as well. I used the new Holiday Flora sheets to create the beautiful foiled background you see here, and the new Holiday Cheer Foil-Mates to create the sentiments on both cards, along with circle and label dies from GinaK, too. And check out the fabulous glittered appearance on the new Radiant Red foil.


I used a mixture of Radiant Red and Black deco foil sheets to create the two-toned look on the sentiment labels, and added a bit of dimensional accent to the center of the snowflakes and holly berries with a touch of red stickles. The cardstock and ribbon are from the GinaK collection for Therm O Web, too. Love how the perfectly matching colors tie everything together.


The Fancy Foil and Foil Mate sheets are super easy to use, and give amazing results every time. I’ve got the complete step-by-step tutorial for these cards up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a wonderful day!


The supplies I’ve used are linked below:

Therm O Web Gina K Designs WHITE Premium 120 LB Cardstock 18016Therm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Black Onyx - 12 SheetsTherm O Web - Premium Cardstock - 8.5 x 11 - Prime Time - 12 SheetsTherm O Web - Nested Die Sets - Double Stitch - Circle - SmallTherm O Web - Nested Die Sets - Decorative LabelSizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations Collection - Texture Fades - Embossing Folder - LatticeworkTherm O Web - Foil-Mates - 5.5 x 8.5 - Background - Holiday FloraTherm O Web - Foil-Mates - 5.5 x 8.5 - Background - Holiday CheerTherm O Web Gina K Designs WHITE AND GOLD Sheer Satin Fancy Ribbon 18001Doodlebug Design - Yankee Doodle Collection - Matte Sprinkles - Self Adhesive Enamel Dots - Red, White and BlueTherm O Web - Foil Laminator - 12 InchesTherm O Web - Fancy Foils - 6 x 8 - Radiant RedTherm O Web - iCraft - Deco Foil - 6 x 12 Transfer Sheet - Black - 5 PackRanger Ink - Stickles Glitter Glue - Christmas RedRanger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Ink Pads - Picket FenceEK Success - Paper Shapers - Slim Profile - Mini Punch Set - 2 Pieces - Corner Rounder

Rosette Ornament Balls with Therm O Web


Hello, Crafty Friends, and happy Monday! Just one week to go until Christmas is here! Everybody ready? Anybody ready? I sure know I’m not!


This past week was Christmas Ornament week on the Therm O Web blog, one of my favorite weeks of the year. Throughout the week, the designers shared lots of fabulous handmade project ideas using a fun range of materials from fabric to paper. And you all know me…. I couldn’t resist using a little bit of both for my project, stacked rosette ornament balls.


To me there’s something very nostalgic about the classic rosette design. They particularly remind me of the vintage-inspired glittered and be-sparkled ornaments of yore that I love to collect and treasure. This year, I’m giving the traditional rosette a bit of a modern update in this stacked ball design using new holiday papers from Simple Stories and some simple fabric and trims.


Super fun, and better yet, quick and easy to create, even last minute as it is. I’ve got the full step-by-step tutorial for these up on the Therm O Web blog, if you’d like to learn more.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope your week is off to a great start!


The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:

Simple Stories - Very Merry Collection - Christmas - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Happy HolidaysSimple Stories - Very Merry Collection - Christmas - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Peace On EarthSimple Stories - Very Merry Collection - Christmas - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - Holiday CheerScor-Pal - Scor-Pal Eighths Measuring and Scoring Board - 12 x 12iCraft Adhesive™ Tape • 1/4 inFabric Fuse Liquid AdhesiveSizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations Collection - Paper Punch - Circle, 1.25 Inches, Large

Sizzix: Brenda Walton Millinery Leaves die
Indygo Junction: Crossroads Denim
Stampin’Up: chevron ribbon
DMC: floss
Other: pom poms, twine