Hi everyone! Today I want to share a little project that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables Challenge that is currently going on over on the Miss Kate Cuttables Galleria Facebook page. All of the details are on the Miss Kate blog.
The challenge is Teacher Gifts. I used this really cute file called #1 Teacher and a couple of stars from another file.
I made a cute little easel style post it note holder as my teacher gift.
Here is the project open.
This project was a lot of fun to create and would make some great little gifts for anyone. I just used some scraps of leftover design paper in my stash and purchased a small little pack of mini gel pens.
Now it’s your turn to enter the challenge! Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today I have a card to share with you that I created for Graphic 45. I used the ABC Primer Deluxe Collectors Edition as well as a few others to create a Teacher card.
My card measures 5×7. I used solid black yardstick for the base of my card. My first layer is a fun polka dot print that is from the Graphic 45 Times Nouveau Collection. I used one of the adorable cut a parts from ABC Primer for the main image of my card. I wanted the image to stand out just a bit so I layered a small red check that is from the Graphic 45 12 Days of Christmas 6×6 patterns and solids. I did add a layer of foam to the back of the image to give some dimension. I used a metal corner and tied a red gingham bow to the bottom. I layered on a small black button with some black jute twine to the center of the bow.
I used a small strip of gold colored paper from the 12 Days of Christmas 6×6 patterns and solids to create a small scalloped border. I used a really fun die set from Creative Time called Love to Learn to die cut the word Teacher as well as the cute little apple. I added those little die cut pieces to the gold scalloped border. I found a small metal tab in my stash and added it to the upper right hand corner.
I also finished off the inside of my card as well.
I used the same more papers from the 12 Days of Christmas 6×6 patterns and solids to mat the inside of my card. The base of the inside mat is gold and then I added a layer of cream to write a sentiment. I added another scalloped border to the top and one more fun little die cut apple. I did pop up the apple with pop dots to give dimension.
That’s my card for today! Thanks to all the fabulous Teachers! Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I have a really fun card to share with you today. I created a Dutch Food card using the beautiful new Precious Memories paper collection. There is also a tutorial showing you how to create this card. Thanks for watching!
Here’s a closeup of the front. I used the Stampin Up Just Sayin’ Stamp set for my sentiment. I also used the coordinating Word Bubbles Framelits to cut out my sentiment.
I also wanted to decorate the inside just a bit to give the card a more finished look.
That’s my card! I love how it turned out! Here’s a list of the Stampin Up Supplies that I used along with the item numbers. Click on the Shop with Me button to go directly to my Stampin Up site.
Stampin Up Real Red #102482
Stampin Up Basic Black #121045
Stampin Up Whisper White #100730
Stampin Up Smokey Slate #131202
Stampin Up Chevron Embossing Folder #127749
Stampin Up Just Sayin Clear Stamp Set #133203
Stampin Up Word Bubbles Framelits Dies #132968
Stampin Up Back to Black Designer Series Paper #133700
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink #132708
Hello everyone! Today I have a project to share with you that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables Blog. I just got a new Cricut Explore Air during the launch on HSN. I was really excited when it arrived so I decided to use it to create my project for Miss Kate. Since I’m really new to all of the workings of this awesome machine I wanted to keep my project simple so I created my first Easter card. Here is the file that I used for my project.
And here is the card that I created.
Instead of using all of the cuts from the eggs I wanted to cut them with some design paper. So I just used the back layer.
I also wanted my Easter eggs to come out of the basket so I created little photo mats out of them.
I used lots of dimension to the front part of the basket. I stamped my sentiment on some kraft paper and punched it out with an oval punch and layered it on a scalloped oval punch. I added a couple of homemade enamel dots as well.
I added some design paper to the inside of the card to finish it off and added some more homemade enamel dots.
That’s my card. I hope you like it. I’m still learning about my new Cricut Explore Air. It’s a pretty amazing machine! Have a great week!
My card measures 6×6. I used some kraft cardstock for the background of the card. I ran the cardstock through an embossing folder to give it some texture. I then layered the Miss Kate Wild About You title. I inked around the edges with walnut stain distress ink to help it stand out from the background. I then layered on the cute little peeking tiger at the bottom and tied a fun bow with some gingham ribbon.
I really like how it turned out.
Make sure you check out the Miss Kate blog for more inspiration! Have a great week!