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!
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.
There you have it. Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today I am excited to share a project with you that I created for Graphic 45. This project uses the beautiful Time to Flourish paper collection and one of Graphic 45’s ivory mixed media boxes. Just a warning though, there are a lot of photos.
This paper is so pretty. I used some of the papers from the coordinating 6×6 paper pad to cover the front of the box. I added a Graphic 45 metal label holder to the front also.
I added some Petaloo flowers to the lower front corner and a crocheted doily and metal key to the upper right had corner.
The Graphic 45 mixed media boxes come with coordinating cardstock photo mats. I created some small hinges to adhere the photo mats together to create an accordion album.
Here are the rest of the pages.
Time to Flourish Box Accordian Album 4
The back of the album contains the months July through December.
I used the coordinating stamp set to stamp the months on each of the pages. The month stamps are so pretty and very detailed. That’s my project! Have a fabulous day.
Hello Everyone! I hope everyone had an amazing Christmas! Today I am excited to share a calendar that I created for Graphic 45 using their gorgeous Time to Flourish 8×8 paper pad.
I used the Graphic 45 Regular Ivory Tag Album to create this calendar and the Time to Flourish 8×8 Paper Pad. This paper is gorgeous!
I used 7 tags because I wanted to create a cover for the calendar. Six of the tags have the months on them. I found a small little calendar on the internet that I could trim down and add to each month. I also added some of the stickers and chipboard elements from the collection as well as some Peta-Loo flowers. I used one of the Graphic 45 Shabby Chic Key Plates as a charm.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!