55 posts categorized "Tiffany Pryce"

You're Purrfect
by Tiffany Pryce


Hey friends! Can you believe the year is almost over? I hope 2023 brings you lots of cheer and craft supplies :) Today, I'm sharing an easy Valentine's Day themed card design.

I started by applying red and orange pigment powder to a panel of Bristol smooth cardstock and sprayed it with water. I love how the pigment powders spread and change colors once water is added. I used analogous colors as I knew the colors would play together well when mixed. Once the panel was dry, I die cut it with the new Heartfelt Pinpoint Frame die. I trimmed the die cut panel down. I popped up the panel with foam tape on a slightly larger panel of white cardstock. Then I adhered the background to an A2 kraft card base.


Next, I die cut the heart from heavyweight vellum using the new Vintage Scalloped Heart die. I added glitter brush marker to the heart for a little sparkle.  I die cut a cat from the Whittle Adorable Kitty kit and copic colored it with warm grays. For the sentiment, I white heat embossed a sentiment from the included stamp set in the Kitty kit on a piece of red cardstock from the Berry Red paper pad. I split the sentiment apart and cut a fishtail end using scissors. I adhered all of the elements to the heart and then added glue behind the elements and adhered to the card background.


Lastly, I popped up a few of the negative die cut hearts with foam tape.


Hope you enjoyed the card. Happy New Year everyone!


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Just A Note Bouquet
by Tiffany Pryce


Happy Friday Poppy friends! I hope your presents are wrapped, your stockings are hung, and your cookies are frosted! As much as I love the holidays, I wanted to create a non-holiday card featuring a product from the new Valentines 2023 release. Have you seen it yet? Whenever a new release comes out, I love flipping through the Idea Book. It gives you wonderful ideas for projects, and you can see all of the new products in action. 


Today, I am showcasing the Floral Vase Pop Up Easel Set. This is a new addition to the Poppystamps easel products and is so beautiful! I love, love flowers and I enjoy sending flowers too. These paper flowers will never wilt so they make the perfect gift.

This card was fairly easy to put together. Start by die cutting all of the pieces to make the easel and base. I die cut them from white cardstock. The short part of the card base with the little tab is the front. When assembling the easel, you add glue or scor tape to the little tab only. This ensures that the easel props up properly.

After die cutting the base pieces from white, I ink blended the vase with teal ink. I die cut the leaves, flowers, and flower centers from both light and dark cardstocks in the Fresh Aqua paper pad and Sunny Orange paper pad. I arranged and adhered all of the leaves and flowers together with liquid glue or foam tape for varied dimension. For the flower centers, I added a little ink blending for color variation and depth. 


After adhering all of the flowers, I added sparkle with Fairy Sugar glitter glue. I added small drops of the Fairy Sugar in the color Sunlit Gold, which may be my favorite color in the glitter glue line. It added just the right amount of shine to my bouquet.


To create a stopper for the easel, I hot foiled a sentiment in gold glimmer foil from the Modest Greetings 1 set on white cardstock. I positioned the sentiment and die cut it with the outline die so the curve of the sentiment matched the card.


I adhered the sentiment with foam tape so it would catch the easel and added a few extra flowers underneath to carry the theme through. I eventually added more fairy sugar drops to the flower centers.



I really like how this sweet card turned out. This design could be used for any occasion, all year round! Thanks for stopping by. Wishing you and yours a very happy holiday!! May all the joy of the season be yours. See you next time.

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Merry Christmas Flurry
by Tiffany Pryce


Hey friends! Tiffany here with a new card design to share. It's time to kick my holiday cardmaking into high gear, so I'm sharing more holiday inspiration with you. I saw a sketch challenge recently using snowflakes and several layers, and I was immediately inspired. I love snowflakes so I had to create a design based on the sketch. I will link it here in case you want to see the original inspiration and create your own design. This card was pretty easy to create so let's dive into the details.



I love the gorgeous paper in the Glitzy Glitter pad so I chose a pretty dark blue as the background and trimmed it to 5 x 3.75 inches. I die cut several snowflakes from the Adelaide Snowflakes and Diamond Snowflake dies. I also trimmed several layers from aqua, light aqua, and matte silver cardstock. The aqua cardstock is from the Fresh Aqua paper pad and the silver cardstock is from the Rainbow Reflections Mirror paper pad.


I adhered all of the cardstock layers and the snowflakes down with liquid glue to mirror the sketch. It takes a bit longer for the glue to dry on the glitter cardstock, so I used a stamping block on top while everything dried.

While the snowflakes were drying, I die cut my sentiment. I die cut the Proper Merry Christmas sentiment from white cardstock and from dark blue cardstock from the Ocean Blue paper pad. I popped out the letters on the dark blue die cut and adhered just the outer layer. I then adhered the sentiment with foam tape on the card front. To embellish the card, I added a few Fairy Jewels to the center of the snowflakes.


Hope you enjoyed this snowflake card! See you next time.Tiffany Floral Signature copy




Herd Birthday
Tiffany Pryce


Hey friends! Tiffany here. I thought I'd make a departure from holiday cards and use the Whittle Forest Reindeer kit to create a winter-themed birthday card. Have you checked out this adorable kit yet? The little deer and evergreen trees can create the cutest scene cards. The kit comes with several dies and a coordinating sentiment stamp set so there are a lot of card design possibilities. Let's get into the details of how to create this card!

First, create a mini slimline card base measuring 6.25 x 3.25 inches from white card stock. Trim a panel of patterned paper from the Jolly Christmas paper pad to 2.75 x 5.75 inches. Matte the panel with a piece of dark red cardstock from the Berry Red paper pad.


Next, with scissors trim two snowbanks from white cardstock. On the lowest snowbank, stamp a sentiment with black ink. Lightly ink blend the tops of the snowbanks with mint ink. Adhere the snowbanks in place with liquid glue and foam tape.

Die cut the pieces of the card - the trees and one deer. The trees were die cut from cardstock from the Vintage Pastel Mirror paper pad. And the deer was die cut from the Earth Neutral paper pad. The deer's hat was cut from the opposite of the patterned paper and the antlers were die cut from white cardstock and colored with brown dye ink. I added some shading to the deer with ink and cheeks with a copic marker.


Adhere the trees to the card front and add Fairy Sugar glitter glue in Mint Frost to the tops of the snowbanks.


Hope you liked the card! I think this would make a great masculine or gender neutral birthday card. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.


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Holiday Wreath
by Tiffany Pryce

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Hey Poppystamps friends! Tiffany here with more holiday inspiration for you. Today, I'm featuring items from the newest release for an easy Christmas card. There aren't many steps, so let's dive in!

First, I hot foiled a piece of Hammermill cardstock with the Leaf and Tendril Hot Foil Plate. I used silver glimmer hot foil. The smoother the paper, the better for hot foiling and the Hammermill cardstock worked perfectly. I trimmed this panel down to 5 x 3.75 inches, added a few layers of scrap cardstock for dimension, and added it to an A2 card base. 

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Next, I die cut the Pine Needle Shoots many, many times from two shades of green cardstock. I also die cut the berries from the Layered Holly Leaf Trio from pink cardstock. This step took the longest as it took several layers of the largest to mid size pine needles to fill this large wreath. After all of the die cutting, I arranged my wreath by interlocking the pine needles into a circle shape. Arranging the pine needles also took a little fiddling. Once the arrangement was finished, I used Press'N'Seal to pick up the entire wreath, add glue to the back, and adhere to the card front. To embellish the wreath, I added glitter brush marker to each berry and white pen detail around the wreath to mimic a little snow.

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Lastly, I worked on the sentiment. I die cut the Joy Freestyle Script from vellum and silver foil cardstock. I added the sentiment mid-wreath with liquid glue. I hope you enjoyed this card and are inspired to try something similar. Have a great weekend!

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Winter Wishes: Two Cards
by Tiffany Pryce

Hey friends and welcome back to the blog! Tiffany here, and I'm sharing two cards today. Both cards are an ode to winter and can be used for holiday cards or generic winter well wishes. If you're like me, you're still working on your holiday card stash. I'm looking for designs that are easy to make, but still impactful and pretty. Using the new Poppystamps holiday release fits the bill! If you haven't seen the gorgeous new products, head over to the shop after reading. Hopefully I can inspire you with these easy to make card designs.



Start with a panel of smooth white cardstock trimmed to 5.25 x 4 inches. Ink blend three blues around the edges of the panel leaving a sort of highlight area for to bring the focal to the bears. Splatter the panel with clean water, diluted blue dye ink, and liquid glitter. Lastly, I used a white paint pen to dot around the panel.


Next, die cut snowflakes using the Snowflake Flurry Collage die. Keep the whole snowflakes for use on the inside of the card. Back the panel with a piece of glitter cardstock from the Glitzy Glitter paper pad. Adhere to an A2 card base.


Die cut the adorable polar bears from the Whittle Polar Bears die. Die cut them a few times for dimension. The top layer uses matte white cardstock from the Polished Foil paper pad.


Inside the card, stamp a sentiment from Wintertime Sentiments stamp set. Around it, adhere the snowflakes you saved.



CARD 2: 


My second card is another sentiment-less winter card. Don't you love the warm and cozy vibes of the holidays?! The new Whittle Cocoa with Whip is perfect!


First, I adhered patterned paper from the Christmas Jolly paper pack to an A2 card base. I love the traditional colors with the twist of mint. Next, I die cut the Whittle Cocoa with Whip a couple times so it had dimension. I die cut the whip from white cardstock and lightly ink blended some brown ink on the side. I added liquid glitter on top. The cup was from red cardstock and again, I ink blended brown ink to add shading. Brown ink on red cardstock makes a deeper shade of red versus using a dark red ink. I also die cut two layers of the Snowflake Loop and adhered them together. I used the snowflake to die cut layers from white and gold cardstock.


I adhered all of the components together on the card front.


Inside the card, I used the negative piece of paper that I cut the individual snowflake from to create my own stencil. I ink blended several mint colored snowflakes. The sentiment is stamped from the Wintertime Sentiments stamp set.


Hope you enjoyed these cards and I'll see you next time. Happy Sunday!

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