Hello everyone! 🙂 In today’s blog post I’m sharing a Pretty Pink Posh announcement and the winner of the Simon Says Stamp “Falling For You” Blog Hop.


I am beyond thrilled to announce that I will be joining the Pretty Pink Posh Design Team for another term. Yay! Words cannot express how much I love to work for PPP, and of course you all know about my sequin obsession. The best part about the new term? Three new designers will be joining us in the Pretty Pink Posh DT. In honor of that, Paulina created a matching game. Can you guess which project is mine? Let me know in the comment box below. Also, check out Paulina’s blog post.



A couple of days ago, I participated in the Simon Says Stamp “Falling For You” Mega Blog Hop. There was a giveaway in that blog post and Simon Says Stamp drew a winner. The winner is: Karen Walker. Congratulations, Karen! Simon has already contacted you. 🙂 Thank you everyone for leaving such sweet comments. You can also visit the SSS blog to check out the other winners in case you’re interested in that.

Hey, stampers. This week, Winnie & Walter are premiering their April/ May release. Today we are showcasing: In Bloom: Lola’s Bouquet with Joni Andaya, Essentials: Audrey Cutaways and In a Word Cutaways. Visit the Winnie & Walter blog for links to projects of the other design team members. Remember, these products will be available for purchase on May 1st. 🙂

I decided to showcase the In Bloom: Lola’s Bouquet with Joni Andaya stamp set today. As the name of this stamp set says, this set is designed by my fellow Winnie & Walter design team member, Joni Andaya. I fell head over heels in love with this set once I saw it. I stamped these flowers with Hero Arts inks and Simon Says Stamp inks. The stamping went super fast because I used my MISTI.


Words cannot express how much I love foil. I used the 5th Avenue collection from Heidi Swapp to create some foiled patterned paper. I thought that the card could use some extra “bling”, so I die cut the In a Word: Happy Cutaway from W&W out of gold glitter paper. Since I wanted some extra dimension, I die cut the greeting one more time using Fun Foam. To finish off the project, I used a variety of Pretty Pink Posh sequins.


One of the questions I receive a lot is: “Where do you get your inspiration from?”. My number one source for inspiration is Pinterest. As an example: today’s project is inspired by THIS image. Isn’t that awesome? 🙂



Multiple shops are linked. Click SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, PPP for Pretty Pink Posh, W&W for Winnie & Walter. I am affiliated with Simon Says Stamp and Ellen Hutson. Click HERE for more information about my disclosure and affiliation with companies.

In Bloom: Lola’s Bouquet with Joni Andaya will be available for purchase on May 1st at 10 p.m. CST. Click HERE for a direct link to the Winnie & Walter shop where you will be able to purchase these products. 

Hello, sweet friends. Today I am here sharing my very first Q&A video that I am going to be calling #AskLaura. 🙂 In this video, I am answering the questions you sent me trough Facebook and Instagram. It’s a long one, but I took my time to answer each question.

As promised in the video, here is a list of the shops and links that I mentioned in the video:

  • Scrobby – Online craft shop located in The Netherlands. They offer a big assortment of products + good shipping rates.

If you have any more questions, just leave them here and I will answer them as soon as possible. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! xo

Hey sweet followers. Today I am part of a fun blog hop hosted by Simon Says Stamp to showcase the new products from the “Falling For You” release. Click HERE to see all of the products and to do some shopping. 😉

For my project, I used the adorable Baby Party Animals stamp set. I colored the images using several Copic Markers and I used white paper from Simon Says Stamp to color these animals. It’s the best paper to color with Copics. I love it. Since I wanted to have a bit of dimension, I used masking paper to mask off the bunny in the center. I stamped a birthday greeting underneath the critters using the More Sketchy Banner Greetings stamp set from SSS.


Like I mentioned in my previous blog posts, I am absolutely in love with foil. This time, I used the 5th Avenue paper pad from Heidi Swapp (from the MINC collection) to foil a piece of patterned paper. Simply pick a color of foil, grab the piece of patterned paper and run it trough your laminator. Remember, this technique *only* works with the specific patterned paper from the Minc collection from Heidi Swapp. 🙂 Finally, I finished off my card using the 4mm Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.


Just like I mentioned in the beginning of this post, this blog post and video are part of the Falling For You blog hop hosted by Simon Says Stamp. Your next stop on the hop is Yoonsun Hur’s blog.


What would a blog hop be without a giveaway, right? Leave a comment here to win a Simon Says Stamp Prize Pack. The winner will be randomly selected by SSS on April 28. I will announce the winner on my blog in an upcoming blog post. Good luck!

Thanks for visiting my little blog today. Big hugs!


I am affiliated with Simon Says Stamp. The Baby Party Animals stamp set was given to me by Simon Says Stamp. Thanks, Simon!