Masked & Sponged with Melissa Miller

Catherine CP Designs, Gallery, Projects

Hi everyone! It’s Melissa from Catherine’s Creative Team.  I’m honored to be guest posting for her today. I wanted to share a card I created using products from the All That Jazz release. To recreate this design, start by cutting a panel of white card stock to 3-3/4 x 5″. Mask …

Making Images POP with Maureen

Catherine CP Designs, Floral, Gallery, Projects

Hi there, it’s Maureen here highlighting some of the products from the Naturally Inspired collection. Sometimes (most of the time in my book!) simplicity is best.  Stamping the images from the Wildgarden stamp set in black and contrasting with just a little color is sure to make your design pop, …

Made for Awesome with Ardyth

Catherine CP Designs, Gallery, Projects

Good morning! Ardyth here with a vibrant, happy rainbow card using some of the products from the All That Jazz release, as well as products from the Counting Blessings Stamp of Approval Collection- all are available in the shop for individual purchase. I started by embossing the new Music background …

One Layer Medallion Mix-up with Lydia

Catherine CP Designs, Stamp of Approval

Hi there everyone! Lydia here with you today and I’m sooo exited to be sharing with you a project using the Medallion Mix Up Stamp Set. I used a few of the amazing Catherine Pooler Inks for this one layer card- Garden Party, Lime Rickey, Mint To Be, All That Jazz and …

Rainbow Rock Star with Lydia

Catherine CP Designs, CPD Ink

Hello everyone! It’s Lydia here and I’m soooo excited to be with you here on Catherine’s blog! Today I have a fun, bright, nearly one layer card to share. I started with a white card base and the very cool Starlights Stamp Set. I took one of the larger star …

Stamp of Approval is coming SOON!

Catherine CP Designs, CPD Ink, Stamp of Approval

Before CP Designs was born, I was a crafter/blogger who started StampNation, an online crafting community. Through the StampNation community and my own experiences, I noticed what I felt was a gap in the stamping industry. I saw that lots of my stamping friends found it baffling to coordinate their …