Hi everyone! Today I have a project to share with you using some leftover papers from Graphic 45 Gilded Lily. I created this project about 5 years ago and I received a comment a few days ago asking about the measurements. Well of course I have no clue what they were so I decided to create another project and share a tutorial.
Thanks Penny Laschanszky! I forgot how cute this project was! The measurements are listed below.
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun shaker card that I created using a really great die set from My Creative Time. The set I used is Heart 2 Heart Love Frame Dies. For my sentiment in the inside I used a Stampin Up stamp set called Delightful Dozen.
Hello everyone! To day I want to share a couple of Valentine cards that I created for my two grandkids. I used a cute robot files from It’s Kate Cuttables. I used the boy robot and the girl robot files. I cut the images using the print and cut feature on my Cricut Explore Air.
The sentiments are stamped using two sets of stamps from CardzTv. I used the Hugs and Kisses stamp set for the outside of the card and I used the Happy Days set for the inside of the card.
Thanks for watching!
I am entering these cards in the CardzTv Challenge #1-Valentine Card
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a really quick and easy Valentine card using the Penguin Valentine file from Miss Kate Cuttables. I was asked if I would like to participate in a Valentine card challenge that Mel from Mel B’s Creations is having. Here is the link to her “Operation Valentine’s” video giving all the details!
This is a great way to show some Valentine love to kids in the hospital.
Hello everyone! Happy Monday! Today I want to share a set of 4 cards that I created using the gorgeous Graphic 45 Time to Flourish February 12×12 cut a part page. Time to Flourish is one of my favorite calendar collections. Here is the first card in the set.
I used one of the 4×4 cut outs from the page and just embellished it with some fabulous metal from ButterBee Scraps. I layered the image with foam tape to give some dimension. I finished off the inside with one of the cute stamps from the cut outs.
For the second card I used some natural colored cardstock and used a heart embossing folder to add texture to the back ground. I die cut a pretty doily and used a small circle punch to cut out the word love.
Here’s the inside of the card.
The third card has an ivory colored card base. I used the February calendar image and layered it on the front with foam adhesive. Some more fun metal, another die cut doily, and a heart border punch finished off the front of the card. I left the inside blank.
The last card in the set is the largest. It measures 5×7. I layered another doily with some of the other images from the cut outs and added some May Arts twine. I used a heart border punch along the bottom edge.
I did finish off the inside as well with one of the small stamps.
Well there you have it. Four pretty cards using one sheet of 12×12 design paper from Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Collection. Have a great week!
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a card that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I used one of the cute snow globe files to make a shaker card.
Here’s the front of my card.
My card measures 5-1/2×7-1/4. I didn’t use all of the cuts from the snow globe file because I wanted to make a shaker card. I used my Cricut Explore Air to do this. I love how you can manipulate files to create just exactly what you want. I added some chunky snow filler in my shaker card.
The background paper is from Stampin Up’s Merry Moments paper pack. The sentiment is from the stamp set Christmas Cuties which is also from Stampin Up. I left the inside blank so I can add my own personal greeting.
There you have it! That’s my card. I think I’m going to send it to the grandkids! Make sure you check out all of the cute files over at Miss Kate.
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a set of 4 Christmas cards that I created using the beautiful Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 12×12 December Cut-A-Part page. This is one of my all time favorite collections from Graphic 45. Here’s the first card.
This card measures 4-1/4 x 4-1/14 square. I added one of the cute stamps from the page to the inside of the card to finish it off.
Here is the second card. This card measures 4-1/2×4-1/2.
Here’s the inside of the card.
The next card in the series measures 4-1/4×5-1/2. I used the triple banner punch from Stampin’ Up to create the layered banner on the front of the card. I also used papers from the 6×6 paper pad. I left the inside blank.
For the last card I used the Snow Flurry embossing folder from Anna Griffin for the background. I fussy cut the poinsettia images and added some clear Wink of Stella to the petals. I add a couple of red jingle bells to the center of one of the tag cut outs. Again, I left the inside blank. The card measures
4-1/4x 5-1/2 and is a landscape style card.
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a couple of tags that I created to celebrate someone’s birthday!.
To create my tags I used a really great die set from My Creative Time. I’ve wanted this die set for a long time so I was when I finally got it I had to make something!. I got the actual two different dies as well as the layers for the dies. Here’s a closeup.
The design paper is from Stampin Up. I love the cute little ric-rak trim piece along the bottom. This is also part of the die set. The word celebrate is actually from another word die set by Tim Holtz.
Here’s a closeup of the other tag.
For this cute tag I added another smaller little stamp and die set from My Creative Time layered on the top. I added some striped grosgrain ribbon through the hole at the top of each tag and some white bakers twine. I really like how they turned out! And I really love this new die set! Have a great weekend!
Stampin Up Cardstock – cucumber crush
Stampin Up Design Paper – Cherry On Top
Stampin Up Striped Ribbon – Crushed Curry
white bakers twine
mini chalkboard stamp and die set – My Creative Time
Tag Dies – My Creative Time
Tag Die Layers – My Creative Time
Celebrate Word Die – Tim Holtz