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Sweet New Arrival Baby Card

February 11th, 2016 | by Patti Senter

There is nothing more special than the arrival of a little one into our world.  Today I’ve created an especially

NEW Marianne Design!

November 5th, 2015 | by Cut@Home

Cut@Home has new dies, dies with stamps and embossing folders by Marianne Design! This latest release includes Collectables Dies with

A Baker’s Dozen Cards Using Graphic 45 Botanical Tea

June 19th, 2014 | by Patti Senter

Hi everyone!  I was sitting here at my crafty desk a few nights ago looking at the remains of my last mini album using Graphic 45′s Botanical Tea Collection.  I had the odd scatterings of pieces of papers and bits from the flowers, envelopes, flags, stickers, chipboard, well you get the jist.  I’m sure you’ve been in the same spot.  I was going to just bundle it into one neat and tidy little package and then thought how silly why don’t I just make a card or two. I got out my go to white cardstock.  It’s 110# basic white 8

Tim Holtz Distressed Doily Cards

May 29th, 2014 | by Patti Senter

Are you a fan of Pinterest?  I sure am, it can be down right addicting at times!  But it also has a wealth of inspiration.  I ran across a card the other day where they had used a doily type die for the front of their card and I thought hmmmm I have Tim Holtz Alterations On the Edge Distressed Doily Die and I’ve never used it!  Time to get that puppy out and play.  This is the result - I just love how it turned out!  I cut the doily across the bottom half of my card base front leaving the fold intact.

JustRite Stampers Coffee Cup Cards

May 22nd, 2014 | by Patti Senter

JustRite Stampers designs the most versatile dies and stamps, I’ve used several of them on today’s cards.  I stamped the JustRite Coffee Cup Stamp on Stratmore Watercolor Paper.  This is a nice 90# weight (190 gsm) paper and wonderful for a card base.   I double matted the coffee accent with papers from Kaisercraft’s Storyteller 6 1/2″ paper pad and added flourishes top and bottom from  Marianne Designs Vintage Swirls to finish off the card front.  Oh yes, I used my Corner Chomper to add a decorated corner edge all around. The stamped image was colored using my water brush and various Tim

Exquisite Cards Using Marianne Creatables Dies!

May 15th, 2014 | by Patti Senter

I received my first Marianne Design dies and couldn’t wait to make a couple of cards with them.  Beautifully etched designs give you cuts with deep impressions and wonderful details.  Marianne Perlot started her Dutch owned company in 1994 in the Netherlands.  She has created a collection of dies that will give your projects outstanding detail.  Please note these dies are imported and may take a little longer for delivery, but believe me it’s well worth the wait!!! By using a standard A2 size card (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ when folded) you can create a double swing effect on the front by

Delicate Doilies-Bright and Beautiful

February 7th, 2014 | by Crystal Thompson

Nothing says beautiful like a Delicate Doilies from Spellbinders. This die-cut set has been begging to be used and this week I am giving them the main focus. The following project had me using my Cuttlebug more than I have in the last couple weeks. Here is the large doilie I used on the cuttlebug. My selection of paper is from Heartfelt Creations :Majestic Morning. I chose this paper pack because it has bright colors already color coordinated and with one 12×12 sheet I got 4 colors to use on this lovely project.   Once my doilies were cut, I used Marianne Designs:

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

Cardmaking with Die-Namites Dies!

October 23rd, 2013 | by Cut@Home

Most of you are familiar with Spellbinders, Quickutz and Marianne Designs, but have you tried cardmaking with Die-Namites dies? Die-Namites Cutting Dies are chemically etched metal dies that are made from 100% steel and feature “SMALL LITTLE POKE HOLES” through out the die to help you get clean cuts and easily remove the paper die cut image from the die once your cut is done!!! These Die-Namite dies will work in all major Die-Cutting Machines such as the Cuttlebug,Sizzix Vagabond or Sizzix Big Shot,Spellbinders Grand Calibur,Lifestyle Crafts Evolution, and more! These cutting Dies will cut through cardstock,different types of paper,fun foam,thin chipboard,wool

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