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Using Faber-Castell Gelatos with Background Stamps

June 17th, 2014 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I want to share a technique for using Faber Castell Gelatos with background stamps.  Of course when you begin a project with an awesome Penny Black background stamp paired with Faber Castell Gelatos, you just can’t miss!   Using Gelatos with a background stamp is really very easy.  First step is to select the background stamp.  For my samples I used Penny Black background stamps — “Star Ivy” and “Bed of Roses“.  Both are beautiful stamps and will easily cover a layer for an A2 card (4.25″ x 5.5″).  The next step is to select the Gelato colors that you want to

How To Make A Shaker Card Using Die-Versions Frame Die!

May 2nd, 2014 | by Crystal Thompson

Hello! Today we are working on a fun shaker card using the gorgeous Die-Versions “Hello” Sweet Frame. Lately, I been wondering how to make a window card, and when I saw this frame on the Cut@Home site, I could not resist! So let’s get started! Using your Sizzix Big Shot, cut your frame. (I must say a clean and crisp cut the first time!). Next trim your background paper, .25 inches smaller than your card and adhere. Now to the window: By using a clear envelope you can cut it fit within the frame, then using a stapler OR adhesive proceed to close

Die-Versions Easter Bunny Cards

March 11th, 2014 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I’m using another really fun Die-Versions die – this time to make Easter Bunny Cards.  The bunnies are also perfect for other Spring or Easter decorations.  This is a single die that makes either a standing or sitting bunny along with accessories.  I love how they put a little scalloped edge around the bunny to make it look more fuzzy and cuddly.   The Die-Versions dies are thin metal dies, so you can use them with almost any die cutting machine.  I chose my Sizzix Big Kick because it is well-suited to this type of cutting.  Although it could cut

Children’s Cards featuring Die-Versions I {Heart} You Animals

February 18th, 2014 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I’m using a super-fun die by Die-Versions, “I {Heart} You Animals”.  This single die can be used to make at least eight different animals – a lion, a dog, a cat, a bear, a pig, an owl, a monkey and a cow.  How fun is that! I really think that with a little creativity, you can probably come up with even more animals by mixing and matching the parts, changing colors, etc.   Any of the animals would make a really cute children’s card for a birthday or any occasion – even an “I love you.     The Die-Versions dies

Glittered “Heart Pops” Card

January 28th, 2014 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today my card is a Valentine featuring the “Heart Pops” die by Die-Versions.  This is a new die, and when I saw it I knew it was a must have.  It is just so much fun, and depending on how you use it makes a great Valentine for all ages.   It can also be used for a variety of projects other than those for Valentines Day. I used a glittering technique for this card that features Scor-Tape by Scor-Pal.  It is a simple technique, although it may take a little practice on something as intricate as this die. I started out with

Cristmas Gift Idea

December 20th, 2013 | by Doug and Heather

So in case you didn’t realize, Christmas is almost here and I have a gift idea that you can throw together to give to any friend or family member. Just grab a can, we used a can of Pirroettes and some cute paper and begin by covering it, If you are looking for some really cute Christmas paper we used Elf Magic from BoBunny. Next, we cut out these really ornate doilies which we though were great for snowflakes from Spellbinders and fancied them up with some bling. Last but not least the top was simply the the die cut

Quick Holiday Cards

December 19th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

      We’re very near Christmas, so I wanted to share some Quick Holiday Cards.  Several of the cards feature stamps from the beautiful Heartfelt Creations “Season of Joy” collection, and most use a background stamp. Background stamps and other large stamps used to make me “cringe” because I often had trouble getting the stamp to work consistently and give a nice clear image.   I’ve learned two methods that help with background stamps (or other large stamps), and I want to share those with you today.  The first method is to use a “Mega Mount” acrylic block by Impression Obsession.  This is a large clear

How to Use Die-Versions Express Edges Dies

July 29th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

How to Use Die-Versions Express Edges Dies is what we will be talking about today in this post. What are Express Edges Dies you might ask? Well…. Die-Versions has come out with this latest line of dies that will go into any Die-Cutting Machine you already have that are word phrases or expressions if you will of theme to fit that card or scrapbook layout. Here is a video on how you can use the Die-Versions Express Edges Dies on cards or scrapbooking pages or any paper crafting project. These die will work in practically every die cutting machines. Die-Version dies are

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