Let's Get Geometrical


Welcome to the technique blog hop. We are talking about geometrical shapes and implementing them onto our projects with purpose. 

If you arrived here from Darlys Recker's blog, you are in the right spot. 

My technique was very simple, inks and daubers.

I am a super busy mom, and wanted to show easy this style can be adapted without the need of a paper trimmer, die cutting machine, stamps or even blocks. 

I started by lightly inking up my blending tool. Using a light hand, I twisted the ink on my white daisy cardstock. I choose 5 colors and repeated this process for each color. 
Next, I took a finger dauber and inked it up well, and applied a good amount of pressure to make a smaller circle inside the larger circle of corresponding color.

You can see a nice close up of that here. 

I added a thin cut sentiment (sending hugs left over from a previous project) which was cut 3 times from black cardstock and layered. 

I also wondered what this would look like if the distress oxide inks were activated, with water? A much softer look and feel. Same technique to apply the ink and with a little manipulation from water, a completely different look and feel. 

I added a sticker from the smitten collection with 3D foam tape, drew a doodle border and stamped tiny hearts along the way. 

I love both cards for different reasons. 
Now head on over to Tamara Sandwisch blog to see her interpretation of let's get geometrical. Before you go, I'd love to hear what you think about my technique/cards in the comments. 

Thanks for stopping by!


Cocktails & Card Folds A-Z (A)

Hey there!

So I started a 26 week course where every Thursday evening at 7pm eastern,  I create a card fold following the alphabet and tell you a cocktail mix to match... Wait, what? Okay so, it's super simple... week one we use the letter A to dictate our card fold and our cocktail!!! 

See, easy!
Week 1: Letter A Card Fold- accordion  Cocktail- Mock - Appletini. This is a slimline card size when finished 8x3.  

TIP: you can shorten the height from 8 to what ever height you need. the width will remain 3 as a finished card, if you follow the score marks below and use a 12in long cardstock. :) 

Hop on over to DanyellScraps On Facebook book to play along and watch each week. Find my classes and mark going. Best part they are Free!


  • 8x12 cardstock scored at 9,6, & 3
  • Pattern Paper: (4) 2 3/4 x 7 3/4 (1) 3x8
  • Whitedaisy: (4) 2 1/5 x 7 1/5 (1) 2 3/4 x 7 3/4 

Watch the replay for week one/letter A: HERE

Appletini (Mock or n/a) 
  • Green apple syrup
  • Apple Juice 
  • Lemon Juice
  • Mix/shake well with ice
  • Best served cold

Thank for stopping by! 


One Day - In-person Crop

Today I am excited to bring to you an in-person event. This No fuss, No frills, one day crop is simple enough to get you down to business.  
This crop is a single Day Crop, fundraiser for the Noah's Ark Preschool.  There are tables available at affordable prices, and even electric for those who need it. 

I love that there will be a garage sale table available for you to shop from. You can also donate to it, and the proceeds will benefit the Preschool also. 

You're on your own for lunch and dinner. However, with access to a fridge and microwave,  or delivery from door dash, you have nothing to worry about. 

If you're local to me, I'd love to see you there. 


Single Day Crop! 
SATURDAY February 26th 2022. 
Fremont ohio 
This is a fundraiser for Noah's Ark Preschool.  
If interested,  please message Heather Hawn @HeatherRhawn@gmail.com by 2/20/22


New Year: New Opportunity

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CTMH makers have the best job in the world. They get 'paid' to create, in monthly commission checks. Wait what does that mean? 
It means when you customers shop your affiliates link, you earn a small commission of that purchase at NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THEM. 😉 

What other perks you ask? Well let's say you're in it for the discount. There is an enthusiast level where you are able to get a 10% discount on all of your purchases,  with a minimum of $100 sales each quarter. So this means if your scrappy or cardmaking friends want to shop to help you meet your minimums, you can do that. 

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Annual incentive trip opportunities
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This has been the best offer I have ever seen. Sign up for $20.00 and you will get $22.00 CTMH cash to spend on whatever you like to either grow your stash or build your business kit. 

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