Hi! It's Mona here today with a card to share featuring a beautiful layered Powell Butterfly.
To create this card, I made a layered Powell Butterfly which I then embellished with a layered metallic Stitched Bloom using the smallest of the three Stitched Bloom Trio dies. I added trimming that was made using two of the three pretty Eyelet Stitches dies. I completed the card with a metallic Scribble Hello sentiment.
There comes a day in every craftsperson's life when you realize you've got to do something with all those scraps you have, but you are terrified by the thought of throwing them away. So today is this kind of day to me!
I have chosen to make some tags to utilize some of the card stock scraps. The tag pockets are just the right size to put a gift card into.
Here are some photos of the tags as well as the VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to make them:
Today is a very big day! It is the birthday of Poppystamps DT member Michele Henderson.
I know Michele loves shades of pink, flowers and monograms, so i hope she will like this card that is now traveling to her.
I am also including a step by step VIDEO TUTORIAL - please scroll down to watch. I will demonstrate how to emboss portions of pattern with the embossing folder and how to make wisterias with Poppy dies.
Winter holidays with all their chill and snow are very soothing and refreshing to think of on a hot summer day! This shaker card is made using the dies from the new Poppystamps Holiday release. They are a real pleasure to work with!
To watch the entire process of making this card please scroll down for a VIDEO TUTORIAL.
I am addicted to lattices and love to use them on my cards so I just couldn't pass by the beautiful Mod Flower Background die. I have chosen cool grays and blues for this card as the hot summer makes me long for something icy and refreshing.
Hi crafters and welcome to another day of Blog Blitz!
Today I am introducing the new Kitty Cat Face die. What makes it different is that it cuts a negative space. Let's see how we can use this feature!
I've made a Halloween shaker card with the cat face in the center. It can also be used as a greeting card for a black cat owner (I'm sure everyone knows at least one black cat owner).
As the negative image actually lets the light through it will be great for a candle sleeve also:
Please watch the video tutorial to find out how to make:
1. A non-acetate shaker card
2. Vintage vellum 3d hydrangea blooms
3. A SAFE paper candle sleeve
For a chance to WIN the Kitty Cat Face die please leave a comment to this post.
There will be a prize on every post during blog blitz (July 13-26). All you need to do to enter to WIN is leave a comment! One comment will be selected from each post using a random number generator. You have until July 29 to leave a comment - and all the winners will be posted here on July 31.
For today's card I have chosen a cream & gold color scheme. The design part was easy as the fabulous Poppy frame dies and an MB stencil did the job for me - all I had to do is cut the right size layers for them.
To watch the entire process please scroll down for the VIDEO TUTORIAL. You will also find all the necessary measurements there.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fantastic day!
Welcome everyone! Sue here today with a card using metal sheets and alcohol inks with the new Art Deco Roses die.
I used copper metal sheets (you can use any type of metal) and inked it up with alcohol inks, making sure to leave some of the copper showing through.
Then I sent it through my Vagabond, cutting four of the corner rose pieces and adhering it to embossed card stock. Use strong adhesive for this (Ranger Multi Medium in matte) as the metal is heavier than paper.
I love the variegated colours and metal shine on this delicate die, so very pretty.