Hello everyone! Today I want to share a card that I created with the Authentique Solitude Collection. This is a very vintage inspired winter collection.
My card measures 5-1/2×5-1/2 square. I layered one of the design papers onto some ivory cardstock then added another layer of dark grayish green cardstock. I then added this to the frontof my card.
I die cut a doily using a BoBunny Mandala die from the same ivory cardstock. I trimmed out one of the 3×4 cut aparts and layered it onto the same red cardstock as the card base.
I added some flowers from Graphic 45 and Little Birdie crafts to the bottom left corner, along with a bow from some fabulous silk ribbon by May Arts. I had these cute little acorn charms in my stash so I tied them together with some jute string and attached them to the upper left hand corner. I trimmed out the quote from the company branding strip and added it to the bottom of the card front.
I finished off the inside of the card with some more of the design paper.
That’s my card. Have a fabulous week!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a cute little treat bag that I created with some new Lawn Fawn stamps and dies as well as a few older Lawn Fawn dies. I am a huge fan of Lawn Fawn products. They have cornered the market on cuteness in my opinion. Heres a photo of the treat bag that I created.
I used the Lawn Fawn treat bag die as the base for my project. I also used their new Perfectly Plaid spring design papers to die cut the bag. If you love plaids then this collection pack is a must have! I wanted my treat bag to have a little interaction so I used the Lift the Flap die set and cut a hidden flap on the front of my treat bag.
When the flap is open you will see the little Easter eggs.
There you have it! Have a great week!
Lawn Fawn products used
Treat Bag Die
Lift the Flap Die
Grassy Border Die
Happy Easter Border Die
Some Bunny Stamp and Die set
Perfectly Plaid Spring 12×12 Collection
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by today! Creativation was simply amazing! Can’t wait to share with you all of the new products that are coming out. The ideas are flooding my brain right now for some awesome projects!
Today I want to share a couple of card sets that I created using the gorgeous Graphic 45 Place in Time Collectors Edition. I created a set of 5 cards for February and 5 cards for March. I will be teaching both of these cards in a class at my local scrapbook store. This is a photo heavy post so grab a cup of coffee or tea and sit back and relax. This collection is just gorgeous!
Here is the first card in the February set.
Here is a look at the inside of that card.
Here is the second card in the February set.
Here is the inside of that card.
Here is the third card in the February set.
And the inside.
Here is the fourth card in the February set.
The last card in the February set.
Here is the inside.
Whew! That was the set of cards for February. Now here is the set of five cards for March beginning with the first card.
Card number 2 in the March set.
Inside of card number 2.
Card number 3 for March.
Here is card number 4 in the March set.
The inside of card number 4.
Here is the last card in the March set.
Whew! There you have it! Those are the two card sets that I created using the Graphic 45 Place in Time Deluxe Collectors Edition. These cards are clean and simple cards, however the imagery in this collection makes a huge impact. The imagery is just stunning!
My local scrapbook store is having their class open house beginning tomorrow January 28 from 10:00am-12noon. If you would like to sign up for either of these classes that I will be teaching contact them via phone or drop by tomorrow during the open house! They will have all of the dates, times and costs!
Have a fabulous weekend!!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a pop up card that I created for my sisters’ birthday. I used the beautiful Graphic 45 Off to the Races Collection for my card and matching envelope.
I used my envelope punch board to create an A6 envelope. I made a belly band closure since my card was a little bulky. I used a punch for the scallop circle and then added one of the banners to the front from the collection. I used paper from the 12×12 patterns and solids for the envelope. Here’s a closeup of the envelope.
My pop up card measures 4×6. I used one of the journal cards for the front image and layered it up with lots of dimensional foam tape. I added some clear Wink if Stella for some sparkle. Some little metal corners were added to the top and a pretty Prima flower along the bottom. I added a small piece of adhesive back crochet trim from May Arts as well.
The magic happens when you open the card to reveal the pop up. I used some of the gorgeous lady portraits for the pop up and die cut my happy birthday sentiment using the Tim Holtz Celebrate framelits.
Here’s another view of the inside.
There you have it! That’s the card I created for my sister. She loved it! Have a great day!