Hi ladies! Guess what? I am on a two weeks vacation. Yeah! Schools are out due to Easter holidays.What? Easter? Yes, I know most of you have already celebrated but Orthodox Easter in next Sunday May 5th.

Anyway, I have new products in the house… tons of new stamps and other goodies! So I had to use one of the most fun sets I got. Here is a happy summer card:


I made the underwater background using my distress inks and check out that hook that holds the tag! I made it out of wire. I also added lots of details using enamel and glossy accents.


You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel


Thank you all for visiting today! I’ll be back mid-week with another video and with the winner announcement of SimonSaysStamp May Card kit that I am giving away.


  1. Such an awesome card here Vicky, and I love the under water feel to it, you really did that great, so you actually feel it´s like water on the card. I love what you made here.
    Have a wonderful holiday and lots of fun with it too.

  2. What an adorable card. Great move with that smudge! I always tell my gals who come to my studio, there are no mistakes in paper crafting, only chances to be more creative. Wonderful card, thanks!

  3. Love how you did the hook and label . . . the entire card is so cute! I agree with the “water” comments – so realistic. 🙂

  4. Absolutely LOVE your cards. You have such a talent for making it look so easy too! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Ciao

  5. Yes Vicky
    I did have fun watching you. I also have fun watching you work. Your work is happy and imaginative and fun to watch. Love all your little characters you create.
    Fun to watch you and learn at the same time. Love it.


  6. Love watching you. The hook idea was priceless. Will be anxious to see all the new things you make with you new stash.

  7. love the card, especially the bubbles
    can you tell me the name of the product for the eyes? i don’t see it listed above

    1. Hi Lois, the product is listed below and it’s that set of two bottles (black and white) called enamel accents. Thanks for visiting!

  8. I accidentally stumbled upon a couple of your videos on YouTube today and couldn’t keep the smile off my face. First order of the day will be viewing your blog all he way back to the beginning. You are my new fave!

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