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Cut@Home Blog - Scrapbooking & Card Making Ideas

Bokeh Time Gift Set

November 20th, 2014

Are you in need of a gift for a Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend, another Crafter??? The list is endless isn’t it?  Sometimes though it’s nice to give a gift that keeps on giving that’s why I enjoy making card sets to gift to someone.  I leave the insides blank so that they can personalize them for whatever occasion arises.

Just Rite Stampers always releases the best collection of sentiment stamps which is what I’m drawing from today, Bokeh Time Stamps a set of eight sentiments and additional stamps of hearts, circles, stars etc.  This makes the perfect base to draw from when making a collection of cards.



Now a gift is better if it’s in a pretty package right?  I used my MartP1140560ha Stewart Scoreboard to make a simple six inch square box.  I lined it with tissue and it’s the home for the eight cards I made.  You can see how I layered tissue paper in the bottom and closed it with this gorgeous snippet of fabric that was gifted to me by my friend Eva.  Adding a tulle tie with one of the Heartfelt Creations flowers I created a few weeks back just finishes off the outside



I wanted to try and keep my cards flat ready to fit in a standard envelope with one-stamp postage.  I have difficulty doing this most times.  I like ribbons and bling and bumpy flowers and that in turn bumps the price up when you go to mail to parcel prices. Most of these, with the exception of perhaps one, I think will slip into the mail with no problem at all.


I pulled out white cardstock, some Lindy’s sprays in teal and pink (yes I know I’m really stuck on these colors lately), my Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils, my texture paste and a couple of Tim Holtz distress inks in Peacock Feathers and Picked Raspberry. I sprayed, painted, spritzed with water, textured, well———————- you get the picture I just sat down, had fun, and played. When I had enough papers altered I made enough white and blue card bases (standard A2 size 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) to complete the set.


By pre-doing all my card bits and pieces I could just sit down and start assembling, a little of this, a little of that, just having fun seeing what I could come up with using each one of the eight sentiments on cards.  You know we so often buy stamp sets because there’s a stamp in the collection that calls to us.  How often do we use that one stamp and then stick the rest of the package back, sometimes we pull them back out and sometimes we just move on to another new set.  My challenge to all of you is to get a set of stamps with assorted sentiments and use every stamp in the collection making cards.


If we’ve already got all our stuff in front of us why not make a whole set of cards while we’re there instead of just making the one we need right now.  I’ll tell you a secret, once you see those cards begin to pile up and each one different from the other it gets pretty contagious and you want to just keep on going like the Energizer Bunny.


I hope you’ll come join me on this weeks video, I’ve only shown you half the cards here but I’ll share them all on the video plus ideas to inspire you to pull out your stamps and make someone a lovely gift box of love.

Thanks everyone for joining me,

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Supplies from the Store:

CR-02144: JustRite Stampers Bokeh Time Stamp set
10736510: Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils – Brocade
10736512: Bo Bunny Stickable Stencils – Lace
TIM34933: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Peacock Feathers
TIM34995: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Picked Raspberry

Supplies from my Stash:

Lindy’s Stamp Gang mists, Glossy Accents, ribbon, bling, foam dimensionals, ATG gun, white and blue cardstock

Thanksgiving Napkin Rings using Heartfelt Creations!

November 20th, 2014

I’m here today with a Thanksgiving inspired project. I’ve made some beautiful and simple napkin rings to help decorate your Thanksgiving day table. I’ve using the stunning Heartfelt Creations stamp & die set, Classic Sunflower. I have also used the matching 12×12 paper pad.

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This was a very simple project, that you can quickly make, that will really liven up your table.
I first started making the flowers. I used the Classic Sunflower stamp inked it with Chestnut Roan and stamped that onto white smooth cardstock. I then used Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Vintage photo, Wild Honey, and Spiced Marmalade.

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Using an acrylic block, I stamped my inks on it, and used a small paint brush with a little water to color each flower. I started with Wild Honey, then added Spiced Marmalade, finishing with Vintage photo in the center of the flower. I then used my heat gun to dry it. Using a blending tool, I added Vintage photo to the entire flower. I then used my Sizzix Big Shot machine, along with the Classic Sunflower die to easily cut all my flowers at once. After cutting them, I edged each flower again in the Vintage photo to define each edge. Using a stylus tool, and a foam mat, I broke the fibers of each flower, by making a circling motion in the center of each flower. That gives the flower lots of dimension. Then using a paint brush (or anything small you have on hand) I wrapped each petal around the paint brush to give the petals a rounded look. I adhered two of the medium flowers together, and two of the smaller flowers on top of that, making sure to alternate each flower as I glued it down. I added a beautiful center piece that I had in my stash. Cut At Home sells Prills by US Artquest which would look great in the center of this flower!
I had some burlap that I cut approximately 2×4. I wrapped them around my napkin. We use disposable napkins in our house, but this would look beautiful around a cloth napkin as well! I used hot glue to adhere the burlap, inserting a piece of non-stick paper in between the napkin and burlap, to insure it would not stick to the napkin.

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I then cut a piece of patterned paper from the Classic Sunflower collection to 1 1/4 x 12. After wrapping the paper around, I just eye-ball it and cut it to where I needed it. Using a fall colored leaf, I added that to the paper, along with a tiny pine-cone, and a spray of fall colors, which was the perfect embellishment to go along with it.
I made sure to not glue anything to the napkin itself, this way the ring can simply be pulled off, and even re-used next year.

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This was a fun project to do, that I think my family will enjoy. The Heartfelt Creations Classic Sunflower Collection is a perfect collection to use for anything fall. Having the stamps, die & paper really does all the work for you.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my project this week. I hope you all have a very Happy Thanksgiving, and are able to spend time with your family.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today. If you’d like to watch a process video on this project, click the video below:

Products I’ve used:

Heartfelt Creations
Classic Sunflower 12×12 paper: SKU:HCDP1-247
Classic Sunflower Die: SKU:HCD-753
Classic Sunflower Stamp: SKU:HCPC-3626
Tim Holtz Distress Ink:
Vintage Photo: SKU:TIM19527
Wild Honey: TIM27201
Spiced Marmalade: TIM21506
Blending tool: SKU:IBT40965
Silhouette Cameo: Silhouette Cameo: SKU:SILHOUETTE-CAMEO-3T
Sizzix Big Shot Machine: Sizzix Big Shot Machine: SKU:657900

Products from my stash: napkin, burlap, scotch quick dry, hot glue, leaves, spray, pine-cone.

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What’s New This Week!

November 19th, 2014

Hello Cut@Homeys!

I can hear you shouting it from the rooftops – “Marcie!! What’s new this week???” Well, I am hear to tell you, so sit back and sip on your Diet Coke – ENJOY!!

The Heat Transfer paper has finally arrived from Silhouette America! The colors are vibrant and beautiful and iron on your fabric like a dream! Here is a sample of some of the fun designs you can do with Heat Transfer from the Silhouette America blog:

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JustRite Stampers has three new clear stamps sets.

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What I love about JustRite Stamps is how many stamps you get in each package! You really get a lot of bang for your buck! And they always fit so beautifully with my Spellbinders dies. Aren’t these cards lovely?

Marianne Design has some new dies this week that are perfectly sized for cards. Here are some card samples to give you great ideas on what you can create from her dies!

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Also, the Graphic 45 Time to Flourish collection just arrived yesterday!

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Make sure you take a look at the blog post Cut@Home DT member Karen did. She told me it is her favorite project to date! Karen, how could you choose from all the amazing art you have created!! She did a great job introducing the new collection, so make sure you watch her video too!

Happy Scrappin!


Cut@Home Online Retail Store, Owner

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish

November 19th, 2014

Karen N here from Craftily Yours!  Happy Friday everyone!  I am SO excited today to be sharing with you a special project using the NEW Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Collection.  These papers, die cuts, chipboard are SO vibrant and fun.  The papers are themed by month and are perfect for creating fun calendars and for other year-round scrapping or cardmaking projects.  Seriously.  You HAVE to check this stuff out!

For my project, I used a of the Graphic 45 Mixed Mixed Box,the Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 8×8 paper pad, and the Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 6×6 Patterns and Solids and Solids along with dies, twine, gold paper, ribbon and lace to create a super fun keepsake box.


Inside the box are 6 “coaster-sized” cardstock pages.  With the month/calendar theme of the Time to Flourish, I decided to decorate each side with a different month of the year.  Then, I can write down important dates to remember and keep it all together with inspirational quotes and other fun keepsakes.

Before I go on, be sure to check out the video that shows all of the pages up close along with a sneaky-peeky of all of the FUN that is offered by Cut@Home with the Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Collection!


Here’s a side view of my box.


And here’s a quick view of the pages that are inside my box.



This is one of my ALL-TIME favorite projects.  It was so much fun to make, and I just love my new box.  I cannot wait to continue crafting with these gorgeous papers.  I have ideas of mini’s and calendars and cards and lay0uts swirling in my mind.  These new papers from Graphic 45 have such fun, inspiring patterns, colors, quotes, etc!  Did I say YOU should check them out?!  You should!  The full list of the stuff I used to make my box is below, and it’s a LONG list…..but the super fun part about a project like this is that you can embellish it with what you have in your stash.  You just NEED the pieces of the Graphic 45 Time to Flourish collection!

Supplies used from Cut@Home

Graphic 45 Mixed Mixed Box, SKU:  4500985

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 8×8 paper pad, SKU: 4501054

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 6×6 Patterns and Solids, SKU: 4501053

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Flowers, SKU: 4501057

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Decorative Chipboard, SKU: 4501059

Marianne Designs Creatables – Fancy Edge with Lattice, SKU: LR0202

Spellbinders Foilage die set, SKU: S4-328

Spellbinders Snowflake Bliss die set, SKU:  S4-433

Elizabeth Craft Designs Flower Set 1 die set, SKU:

Kaisercraft Arrows die set, SKU: DD501

Spellbinders Medallion One die, SKU:  S2-014


Supplies used from my stash

Gold paper

Spellbinders Wings of Hope die set

Memory Box Small Ringlets die

Die-Namics Leaf die set

Memory Box Ornament dies

Starfish charm

The Pearl Girl pearls

3 Girl JAM ribbon and lace

Timeless Twine

UmWow Studio Butterfly confetti

Liquid Pearls – Bisque

Various punches


I really hope that you enjoyed my project today!  I sure enjoyed making it!

Craftily yours,


Christmas Treat Boxes with Sizzix Cake Pop Box Die

November 17th, 2014

Hi, happy Monday! I received a very cool Sizzix BigZ L die, it is a Cake Pop Box Die. I thought it would be fun to make Christmas Treat Boxes with this die. The first thing I did was pick out some different Christmas papers to use. I cut them in 6″ x 9″ pieces to fit the die. Next, I got out my Sizzix Big Shot, and cut out my boxes, these dies cut so easily!

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I also cut a piece of clear acrylic out for each box, the piece was approximately 1 7/8″ square, this piece should fit in the square panel for the side of the box that has the circle cut out of it. You may have to trim it so that it fits nicely and doesn’t interfere with the box folding. You can also use some of you recycled packaging for this :).

Once I had the acrylic in place, I folded the boxes and used a tape runner to hold them, make sure that you use a good sticking tape so that it holds together once you put the candy in it. You can always use double sided tape as well, most of those are really sticky. I used adhesive dots to keep the boxes closed once I added the candy to them.

I used a few Spellbinders dies in my project to decorate the boxes. I used Lacey Circles, Large Standard Circles and Snowflake bliss. You can find the item numbers for these dies below in my list of supplies. I used the lacy circles and snowflake bliss to cut out the shape, then I used the standard circles to cut out the center of the shape so that you will still have the window there. I show this in the above video.

I made a total of three boxes, they are so much fun to make!

Here is the first box I made:

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I used the scalloped circles and the standard circles to decorate this box as well as a couple of felt holly leaves and some metallic pearls.

Here is the second box:

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For this box I used the Snowflake bliss die set and the standard circles, I dressed it up with some pearls as well.

Finally here is the third box:


For this one I used the scalloped circles and standard circles again, dressed it up with some pearls and a little chipboard accent.

I used ribbon where the hole is for the pop stick, so that you could hang them on a tree.

I hope you enjoyed my project this week, below is a list of the supplies available at CutatHome that I used for my project:


SKU:659940 – Sizzix Bigz L Box Cake Pop die
SKU:S4-293 – Spellbinders Lacey Circles dies
SKU:S4-114 – Spellbinders Standard Circles Large
SKU:S4-433 – Spellbinders Snowflake Bliss Dies

I also used my Sizzix Big Shot which is available at the CutatHome site.

I used gems, ribbon, pattern paper, acrylic, glue dots and tape from my stock.

I hope you enjoy this project as much as I did, until next time Thanks and Happy Scrappin!


Deal of the Week – JustRite stamps and dies 40% off!

November 17th, 2014

The Deal of the Week is 40% off select JustRite stamps and dies!

JustRite has been around for years and their cling and clear stamps never disappoint. A few years ago they partnered with Spellbinders, and co-branded their own line of Nestabilities dies. They are some of our biggest sellers, so you will want to take a look at those! JustRite has a talented team of Illustrators, names like Becca Feeken, Samantha Walker and Amy Tedder, which I am sure sound very familiar to you! Their design team does a fabulous job showing off all their stamps and dies with creative cards and projects, that makes what you want to say Just Right!

Here is a sample of some of the cards the JustRite DT has made that will do nothing less than INSPIRE you!

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Happy Scrappin!


Cut@Home Online Retail Store, Owner


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