32 posts categorized "Corner Die"


Thu 20

Scribble Flower Thanks
by Sue McRae

Hello crafty friends! Sue here with a clean and simple card for you.


I started off by making my background panel using water colour paper and very loosely painting it with blues and purples. While this dried I die cut the Scribble Flower Circle from blue metallic card stock.

Next I created the frame for the card by die cutting the Thanks Corner from white card stock.


When the background panel was dry I die cut the Atessa Collage from the bottom right corner. I didn't want all the little pieces from the die cut to come out so I used an old warpy cutting plate with my Big Shot and this prevented the die from cutting all the way through the paper, leaving all the bits in place and easy to adhere to the card base.


I attached the thanks frame next and then the wreath but felt like it needed something else so I die cut a few flowers from silver glitter paper from the Daisy Cluster and adhered them around the wreath.


To finished off I added a few silver embellishments.

Thanks for visiting with me today!

  Sue Floral Signature new








Fri 31

by Mona Pendleton


PoppystampsMona Floral Watermark copy

Hi there! It's Mona here today to share a mixed media style card featuring several products from the New Spring 2017 Release along with other fun Poppystamps products. To create the background, I randomly spritzed die cut memory Box Stitched Rectangle Layers with various color sprays. The largerBox Stitched Rectangle features two Ring a Ding Corners layered on top. Once the background was completed, I embellished with a die cut Garden Lantern which I added a coating of embossing enamel that added a little shimmer and shine:


PoppystampsMona Floral Watermark copy

I embellished the lantern with a double layered Stitched Butterfly Trio then finished with a Scribble Hello sentiment:


Many thanks for stopping by!

Poppystamps Mona Floral Signature copy


Thu 07

Blooming Thanks
by Sue McRae

Hi everyone, Sue here with a water coloured floral thank you card.


I started off by using my Luxe Background die to emboss a piece of water color paper (just use your embossing rubber mat betweem the clear plates so the die doesn't cut through the paper) and then water coloured with some paints in different shades of blue.

I die cut the Hampstead Corner (twice, because I only used the flowers) and the Monterey Vine out of water colour paper and used paints on these as well.  


The sentiment was stamped in black onto vellum, clear embossed and wrapped around the corner of the background piece.


I finished by adding some gems and a bit of Wink of Stella to the flowers.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Sue Signature New




Sun 20

Watercolor Bellina Corner Thank You
by Jeanne Jachna


I love butterflies! Have you checked out all the latest additions to the Poppystamps catalog?  There are a three dies that feature the "Bellina" style  butterflies - they're loopy and  feminine.  You can see all the Poppystamps butterfly dies here.
Corner dies are really easy to work with and a great addition to your die collection.  I made this card by painting two watercolor panels with Peerless Watercolors.  I used the same colors on both panels.  
Next I cut the Bellina Butterfly corner from a piece of white cardstock, and adhered it to one of the watercolor panels.  Inlay the die by adhering it inside the open window.
Stamp a simple sentiment on the panel like this one from "Hope and Thanks".  I trimed the panel down and glued some craft foam to the back before attaching it to my card base.  This adds a little dimension.  Inexpensive sheets of craft foam are great for large panels because you can trim them to size to support the entire panel.
Remember the second watercolor panel we painted?  Die cut the Bellina Corner one more time from the watercolor paper.  Remove the die cut butterflies and attach them to your cover panel.  Everything matches perfectly!   The Bellina Corner is great because it's like two dies in one - the corner, and three extra butterflies you can use on other projects!
There are lots of fun looks you can create with this same technique - change the colors or if you don't like to watercolor, consider a glitter background or some pattern paper!  Have fun and happy creating! 
Jeanne Signature copy



Fri 18

Just a Note
by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!!

Hi!!!! Soon spring begins!!!! Merrily, merrily, to welcome spring :)

I made a beautiful card with pretty colors and a funny bunnie:)


This diecut with beautiful flowers, now is one of my favorites!!!!!! I cut flowers twice and I achieved a perfect enhancement!!!!!! Look glitter!!! :) 


The stamps sets of Pooppy are wonderful!!!! They make a perfect seal and I like a lot!!!!


Happy bunnie is on window super cheerful!!!!


Do you like????? 

Spring is here, in the air, you can smell it comingggg, yeih!!!!!!

Kisses amigas!!!!!

Patty Signature copy


Tue 16

Two Beautiful Cards
by Patty Tanúz


I bring for you 2 beautiful cards for this post!!!! Fun and simple to make!!!! Maybe to celebrate February and the friendship!!!!!!!


I use only dies of the new release, all are beautiful!!! 


With glitter and pretty colors I created a cute card!!!


I cut hearts with corrugated cardboard!!!! I love that Poppy Diecuts cut in felt, paper, foam....various materials that I love!!!!


Look butterfly!!!!! Always trendy in scrapbook and cardmaking!!!!

My second card for me is a tenderness with little birds and happy flowers hehehe


For both cards I use watercolors with different effects :)


Visit Online Store, you find diecuts and stamps mega beautiful!!!!!!!! 


Hasta la vista amigas!!!! ;)

0Patty Signature STAR copia


Sat 17

Snowy Village
by Olga Direktorenko

Welcome to another day of Blog Blitz! Today I am presenting a delicate and super intricate Snowflake Oval Frame from the new Poppy release:

This die consists of two pieces that can be used on their own or as a set. It's perfect for framing sentiments or focal images of your winter projects. I used this frame to frame a small village.

I am sharing a VIDEO TUTORIAL to demonstrate how to assemble this card. 

For a chance to win the Snowflake Oval Frame just leave a comment to this post!





Thanks for visiting and don't forget to leave comment on all the Blog Blitz posts for a chance to win the stamps and dies from the new release!

Olga Signature


Sat 26

October Tea
by Olga Direktorenko

A  nice cup of tea with a piece of pie shared with a good friend - that is what October is about!

I am sharing a VIDEO TUTORIAL on this layered window card down below!




Thank you for visiting today, please come back soon!

Olga Signature



Mon 07

Golden Leaves
by Olga Direktorenko

Hi crafty friends, 

The fall is just starting so let's welcome the season with a gold leaf card! 

I have chosen some lacy dies to make it look light and airy and also did some stamping with real leaves to get skeleton imprints. 

I am including a VIDEO TUTORIAL where I show the whole process.







Thanks so much for visiting today and have a very happy fall!

Olga Signature



Sun 30

My Little Wedding Card
by Mary McMillan


Before I tell you about this card, I want to give you a bit more news.  So, grab your coffee, tea or water and have a seat...this could turn out to be quite lengthy.....

I want to share some news that I think will be a good move for me, though I must say it has not come without MUCH thinking.  This will be my last post as a Design Team member.  Trust me, I have thought and thought about this and I have put off writing the post for as long as I can.  I've been a member of the team for the past few years and I have loved every minute.  How could I not?  That said, I know it's time for me to step back and let some new people have the wonderful experiences I've had.  

Every one of the Design Team members are wonderful women.  I've only met them through their blog posts and through emails, but I feel I know them and they are the best!  I will miss them, but I will be following each of them through this blog page and through their personal blog pages.  Thanks ladies for your inspiration!

I want to thank Jeanne for her guidance and her kind and calm manner.  Esp[ecially when I was attempting to learn how to link and post.  She proved you can teach an old dog new tricks!  I have no idea how she remained sane.  She encouraged me through some hard times as I blabbered on and on.  I'm sure she doesn't know how much she means to me and for that matter all of us.  Thank you Jeanne!

And Dave....the designer of the beautiful Poppystamps and Memory Box dies, stencils and stamps.  All I can say is the man is a genius!  But then, you all know that...right?  What you may not know, he is a most kind and generous man.  Yet another reason I thought long and hard about leaving the team.  He can be sure I'll be thinking of him whenever I use one of his creations.  

And of course everyone I've met in cyberspace.  Your comments, emails and likes here and on Facebook and Pinterest  have been such a joy to read.  I've visited your pages too and have been in awe of your creations.  Thank you for bringing inspiration and smiles to my world.  

I won't be totally gone from the blog world.  I'll be posting on my blog page, and you can bet I'll be playing along with as many challenges as I can.   Closing a chapter and looking forward to what the new pages will be....

And now....on to my card....  A friend is getting married next month and though I can't attend, I wanted to make a card for the couple.  The inspiration for this card was the new Distressed Benson Corner.  I cut it on a 6x6 piece of white linen card stock.  The rest just fell into place.  I printed the sentiment on vellum and heat embossed it.  Yes, you can....but be quick have everything ready because you don't have lots of time when it comes from the printer.  I used the Oval frame background and the Woodland Oval to surround the sentiment.  The Lorelai Outline and the Lorelai Leaf along with the Berry Sprig helped to finish off the front of my card.  I added silk flowers, stamen, a buckle and a bit of ribbon and the outside is complete.  

Here's what I did on the inside: 


I like to repeat elements from the outside and as you can see I did.  I did add the General Store Tag as my signature and to add a bit of dimension, I used an embossing folder.  This time I didn't heat emboss the sentiment.  I was worried it would dry before I had the chance to get powder on the entire piece.  

Now you know how I made this card.  It really is an easy one to make, though I think looks pretty elegant.  

See you again in "Blogville"  Hugs and so much love to each of you,

Mary Signature copy