4 posts categorized "New Year"

White&Gold Card
by Tanya Palamarchuk



Hello everyone!

Tanya here  and today I am sharing White&Gold Winter Card.

I like white background and gold accents.


I made volume snowflake and covered it with glitter shimmers paints. It looks so beauty!




I prepaired tutorial for you!



Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting! 

Tanya Floral SIgnature copy (1)







Sparkly New Year's Card
by Rebecca Keppel

Poppystamps star card 1

 I decided to make a few New Year's Eve cards, but had no themed papers or embellishments! So I dug through my favorite Poppystamps dies and stamps and found some fun star images. Add some glitter ink, cardstock and metallic Nuvo Crystal drops and it's easy to make a fun celebratory card that could easily be used for New Year's Eve or any special occasion.

Poppystamps glitter star card 2

Cut the Poppystamps Wrapped Star out of glitter cardstock and create a fun star pattern with two small star stamps as a background and you have almost everything you need for a great New Year's Eve card! Check out this video to see how I put the card together without any themed New Year's Eve products! 

Thanks for stopping by! Have a very happy and healthy New Year!
Rebecca Floral Signature copy




by Patty Tanúz

Hola amigas!!!!

When arrive my diecuts and stamps,  I was in love at first sight of Purrfect Holidays Clear Stamp Set!!! Is so sweet and beautiful!!!!!! In addition, new diecuts are so wonderful!!!!! I made 2 tags, love then, look!!!! 


Especially love love loveeeee that cute cat hehehe


Christmas on July??? Yes please :)


I reversed the colors of the two tags, love red and mint green!!!!!


Purrfect Holidays Clear Stamp Set has several beautiful elements like cute cats, snowflakes, christmas tree, stars and more :)


I use too Bow and String craft die, really elegant!!!!!


A close up more, meowwwww hehehe


Hope you like amigas!!!! Poppystamps simply stunning!!!!!!!!!!

0Patty Signature STAR copia

Happy New Year!
by Jeanne Jachna

I hope you had a wonderful, merry, and happy Christmas yesterday.  I spent the day entertaining for family and friends.  It's lots of work but so nice to see everyone enjoy themselves and indulge - good food, conversation, and fun!  It doesn't have to end just yet!  Just think..  New Years is just a week away!!!
I made this new years card with the Sparkle Burst Starts die.  I thought they looked like fireworks!  And WOW! are fireworks popular in Indiana - there are only two times of year that it's legal to light them here - July 4th and New Years.   So I know there will be some pretty lights in the sky next week!
All the little bits are inlaid on this card.  I know that's lots of work but it sure makes a clean and flat card.  I've got a few tips to share to make it easier and to show how I do it. 
A precision tip glue applicator is a must.  I use Ranger Multi Matt Medium with a precision tip from Quilled Creations.   It provides great control allowing you to add very small amounts in the smallest of spaces.
When I cut the die I try to leave as many pieces in the holes as possible.  Next I overlay the pieces I want to inlay over the cut out panel.  Using  a wood pic I just push the die cuts into the open holes underneath.  While the glue is still wet it's easy to push them into place.  The remaining pieces that were left behind on the cutting plate are also easy to pick up with the wood pic.  I  dab the wood pic on a wet sponge and the pieces stick easily.  
This black card was really hard to photograph but the colors really pop against the dark background.  I love how flush and smooth the finished card looks.

One more tip.. a Swiffer dry cloth is great for picking up all those little bits of dust left behind from the die cutting.  I hope you'll give this a try!    And let's keep the party going another week!
Jeanne Signature copy