Hi Crafty Friends,
It’s Frances here and it is my turn to post a tutorial for the Die Cut Design Team. Today I am playing with a couple of the Becky Seddon die sets, Stylish Snowman and Reindeer, to make a winter birthday card. I have created a mama and baby snowman for this fun card. Becky’s Stylish Snowman die set comes with lots of different options to create unique snow characters. This design could easily be changed to become a Christmas card or card for a winter birthday just by using different sentiments.
I love pop-up cards, so I have used the new General Pop-Ups die set to create the base of my card. On the front I used a couple of the new A Way with Words dies. You can use all or part of what I have done when creating your own, depending on what you want to do.
Welcome back to Sunday Stamping with Hedgehog Hollow. First of all, let me thank you for all the crafty love you left on my first Sunday Stamping post.
Today I have a ‘Christmas in July’ theme for you, I know some of us need to create many, many cards; sometimes even into the hundreds.I wanted to give you some easy, stock designs you can make in multiples, and then as we draw toward the holiday season we will work on some extra special ones. The posts will be a mix of Sunday Stamping and on my blog, so make sure you are subscribed to both so you don’t miss the inspiration! You can see the card we are making first in the photo above. The tutorial follows. I love the texture and shine in this card, I love an easy card I can make as multiples, plus glitter just makes everything better!
It’s Joset here today with another project using my favorite Gingerbread Man. I used this die in combination with the windmills from the Lollypop die set and Silk Microfine Glitter for the background. I created a stencil with the leftover release sheet from the Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Let me show you how I created the background and decorated the card.
Hello everyone, Sanna here again today. The Flower Cluster 1 die, for some reason reminds me of a poinsettia in a way. When I realized this, I already knew that I wanted to try and use this die for Christmas themed cards. Here is what I came up with:
Mary here. This is a fun card that looks complicated but is fairly simple to make. I especially love the hanging charms, the silver glitter, and entwined frames.
Making the Card
1. With the main Ring Accordion die, cut two from snowflake paper (Wish List), one from candy cane paper (Magical), and two from red cardstock. Use the circle die to cut the center from both snowflake rings, one candy cane ring, and one red ring. Trim tabs, etc., off of one snowflake ring and one red ring so you just have 2 circle frames. Use the decorator edge die to cut 4 from red cardstock and 4 from white cardstock. Adhere the red edges to the back of the snowflake ring and the white to the front of the red ring.
Hello crafty friends, it’s Summer Hills-Painter here.
Today I want to share with you the technique of creating glitter plaid patterned paper using the Pop It Ups Stripes/ Plaid Stage It stencil and Elizabeth Craft Designs Clear Double Sided Adhesive with the Silk Microfine Glitter.
This is Mary with a fun holiday card for those who remember flying down hills on one of these vintage sleds. I added mountains in the background of the card. As a kid, a big hill seemed like a mountain, especially when trudging back up dragging the sled behind. Using Through the Lens cardstock makes creating cards easier since no extra coloring is required!
Making the Card
1. Cut Bluebell Soft Finish Cardstock to 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches; fold in half. Stencil clouds at top using Titanium White and Neutral Gray PanPastel (or other white and gray chalk or ink).
Hello everyone, Sanna here again today. How many Christmas/Seasonal cards do you send every year? I need quite a big pile for friends and family each year and it has become a tradition to make sure they are all handmade and every single one is different. Quite a challenge, right? Here is a start – a set of four; now I only need 40-something more!