Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Sunday, October 12, 2014
I like to make cards that are different shapes and folds. This card is made using a little trick to get your curvy shape at the card opening. My sweet stamp friend Debbie A, designed this card at our last play day. She used her curvy die cut that was a metal thin die. First fold your card and then place a die cut on the edge of your flap. Be creative and use some of those dies you have not played with in ages. When you cut the flap, then cut a bright color here we used the red, to glue right over the first cut you made on the white card base. This card is a shinny white paper, with christmas flowers and leaves added to the flap. Then on the left side we added a red strip with a silver ribbon trim. We added silver stickles to the edges of our flowers and it gave the card a focal point that draws your eye. Hope you enjoy this design and will send me a picture of your Curvy shapes!
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Betty and Lorna. This is Betty's design and I sure enjoyed the fun and fellowship as it serves as my therapy for the week! This card is all die cuts and it was a blast to make, as we had an assembly line, Lorna cut, and I glues! (The easy part) I added stickles to give the trees and snow and clouds some POP! You could make this card by using stamps and cutting them out. The tear the paper technique makes pretty snow and clouds so get to designing your own winter scene! firstname.lastname@example.org sales on lots of goodies!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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