Monday, August 27, 2012

'Hibiscus Note' Card by Sue K.

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue has Created a lovely card to share today.
I hope you enjoy it.

Tutorial:
 Cut smooth white card stock 140mm x 100mm
Run a strip of 15mm washi tape 30mm from the bottom, add a strip of the 10mm either side.
Die cut the leaves from Grass cardstock, turn the leaves over and use a stylus on a foam mat to give them dimension.
Cut 2 Hibiscus flowers from Carrot Cardstock, join with glue.  When they are dry bend the petals back slightly between your fingers, attach together with a foam dot.
Cut the centre of the flower from Melon cardstock.  Thread a 50mm piece of white floss through a darning needle, push through the centre of the flower, leaving the floss doubled.  Cut the needle off and secure the ends at the back with a glue dot.  Attach the centre to the flower with foam, separate the threads and snip to the desired length.
Attach the leaves with a glue dot at the end sitting under the flower and a foam dot on the outer tip.
Attach the assembled flower with foam.
Stamp the sentiment using Bamboo Leaves ink.
Attach the completed card front to a white c6 card base, landscape orientation with a top fold.


Materials:


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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Blog Hop Winner!

The winner of the Flower Soft Fairies Stamp Set from our August blog hop is.....Janelle

Janelle said...
Thanks for another interesting bloghop. The colours chosen this month are soo pretty and a nice forecast to spring.

Congratulations!
Please contact us at the email address below, to claim your prize.  

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

'Bubble Joy' Card Set by Sue K.

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Sue has created a lovely set of cards to share today.
I hope you enjoy them. These are a lovely idea for Christmas Cards, & could be reproduced quickly if you need a lot  of them!


Tutorial:
The colours used for these cards are Key Lime, Carrot, Aqua and Cherry
Cut the cardstock colour of your choice to 135mm x 135mm.
Die cut ‘Joy’ from the centre, I use a little painters low tack masking tape to keep it in place while cutting.
Layer this piece onto a 140mm x 140mm heavy weight card base using foam tape.
Cut 2 Chevron borders from white cardstock and 2 of the smaller ones from the same colour as the ‘Joy’ piece.
Attach the coloured chevron borders to the white with glue and then to the card front with foam dots.
Cut a 13mm x 25mm strip from white cardstock, cut one end into a fish tail , attach to the card front with double sided tape.
Secure a button to match with a glue dot.
Add some tiny rhinestones randomly in the bubbles of the ‘Joy’
Materials:

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

'Four Eyes' Layout by Angela

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Angela has created a beautiful layout to share today.
I hope you enjoy it.

Tutorial:
•    Use SC pp as a base
•    Trim down SC pp ½” and sew around border ink edges
•    Using MFT fishtail banner die cut PP
•    Die cut red cs with Cheery Lyn Die
•    Die cut MFT stars with SC pp
•    Die cut MFT bracket border also using red cs
•    Die cut title with MFT letters
•    Arrange all elements and adhere to base
•    Place photos over elements as shown
•    Machine stitch two line across title and randomly over photos
•    Print out journaling on CS and trim to strips.
•    Ink edges, adhere with foam tape to LO.
Materials:

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

'Sending Hugs' Card & Video by Therese

Hi Everyone,
Our DT Gal Therese has made a lovely card to share today. 
I hope you enjoy it.
Therese also kindly created another video tutorial demonstrating lots of great techniques.

Watch the video for Therese's Tutorial    
You can visit our blog or You tube to watch the video



 Materials:

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