Friday, September 27, 2013

Winter Illusion

 

I really like making picture cards so I thought it would be fun to create an all white Winter theme.

Materials:
Spellbinders Grand Nestabilities - Grand Labels Four (Frame)
Memorybox Grand Oak Tree & Woodland Deer
Poppystamps Blooming Poinsettia & Nestled Bird
Various Embossing folders
Martha Stewart buterfly punch
Glue, glitter & mounting tape

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Let it snow (Poppystamp Design Team)

 

Greeting Fellow Crafters:

To the center of the card add the new Winterflake Frame with the intricate cut Jasper Ornament Outline. Pop a few Dainty Corner pieces on and why not use the left over star cut from the Ornament Outline. Finish with the New Let it Snow cling stamp.

Don't forget to head over to the Poppystamp blog and leave a comment on the posts there to win free dies.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Halloween Surprise Hinged Card


Completed Card

Once it is opened
Materials:
Mounting tape
Dee's Distinctively Sm Winter Cottage
Die Versions Sweet Petites Trick or Treaters
Cottage Cutz Pumpkin Mini
Impression Obsession Fence
Die-namics Wheat Stovk
PoppyStamps Walking Cat
Memory Box Creepy Web & Ghost Trio
Woodgrain embossing folder
Craft brads

I created the front of the card first, cut a line towards the top and positioned the house and the roof so when you open the card it forms a hinge.  Under the front of the card double up on the mounting tape so the card will swing open without rubbing on the scene under it.   Add the brad in the corner of the roof and practice opening the top until it works for you.


Sunday, September 8, 2013

Sweet Poinsettia (Poppystamp Design Team)


Greeting Fellow Crafters:

I was so excited to start using the new and totally fabulous Poppystamps dies and cling stamps. After die cutting the Dainty Corners make sure to emboss them so you get all the beautiful details the die has to offer. Line them up with the top of the new Grand Chalet Window and add six Small Blooming Poinsettia flowers. For the background paper I used Memory box Dill cardstock and finished with the Sweetest Holiday stamp.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Witches Brew (Poppystamps Design Team)


Greeting Fellow Crafters:

Isn’t this just what you would expect to find a under a full moon, a Witch concocting her brew in a graveyard. The Memory Box Jack O Lantern colored Moon really stands out against the Latte colored background. I repositioned the arm and leg of the Lady Dancing piece, added a bat belt, a couple of bottles in each hand, two trimmed Creepy Webs behind her and of course the fun Moustache and Holiday Hat pieces to create her hat. Finish up with parts of the Weathered Fence with the Bright Lanterns mounted on each post, a bubbling Cauldron, some extra bottles and have it set in a Graveyard Landscape.

Memory Box Materials:
Weathered Fence (98644) (add Bright Lanterns to posts)
Lady Dancing (98394) (reposition arm and leg)
Graveyard Landscape (98375) (Memory Box Mocha paper)
Creepy Web (98158) (trim around two for back of dress)
Bright Lanterns (98711) (for fence posts)
Holiday Hats (98736) (Part to create Witch hat)
Moustache Set (98469) (part to create Witch hat)
Sweeping Bats (98409)
Tiny Bubbles (98699) (I used three)
Grim Cauldron (98700)
Witch Kit (98697) (colored bottles)
Scary Spiders (98704)

Poppystamps Materials:
Curious Cat (872)
Aston Side Table (897) (For colored bottles)

Memory Box Papers:
Latte (background color) SH-Mocha (44025) (graveyard color)
SH-Jack O Lantern (44017) (moon)
Diane
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