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Twelve Days of Christmas Tags

December 24th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

Christmastide, or the Twelve Days of Christmas, begins soon so my project for today is a set of Twelve Days of Christmas Tags.  The tags are made using Graphic 45 Twelve Days of Christmas papers and a Sizzix/Brenda Walton die (Inserts and Envelopes Mini Correspondence), and are very quick and easy to make.     I began by selecting papers from the Graphic 45 Twelve Days of Christmas, Patterns and Solids 6×6 paper pack to make the pockets.  I also selected a solid paper for the tag – Bazzill “Cream Puff”.   I used 1/2 sheet of the 6×6 paper for each pocket, a 2″x3″ piece of

Sizzix Sleigh Favor Box!

December 18th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

I just can’t believe that Christmas Day is exactly one week from today, but it truly is, so I have made this adorable Sizzix Sleigh Favor Box by Brenda Walton for a few special people who put up with a lot from me. I SOOOO love this die! It surprised me at how quickly it actually went together once I had all the pieces cut out. I can’t tell you how long that took because I cut out enough for 8 boxes, and I cut some chipboard runners as well as the paper to cover them to give more stability

Gift Tag Holiday Banners

December 12th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

Today I want to share a couple of gift tag holiday banners.  There are so many fun gift tag dies on the market right now, and banners are still very popular.  It seemed a logical choice to put the two together to create a quick and simple Christmas decoration.                   For the “Merry & Bright” banner, I used the “Tilda Tag” Magnolia DooHickey die.  What a fun tag!  I love the little distress edging, and the topper that goes with this tag.  It is perfect to showcase in a banner.  I began by cutting 12 tags and toppers from white cardstock.  I

Kaisercraft Christmas Tree Countdown!

December 4th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

I am already on day 4 on my Kaisercraft Christmas Tree countdown that I made this year to count down the days until Christmas. I can’t believe it! Have we even digested our Thanksgiving turkey yet? So, keep in mind, if I EVER remember to take pictures DURING the creating process of my project, we may have to have a cyber party, because when I get going on something, I forget to stop and take pictures in the process. I tend to crank up the tunes and get in “The Zone” where I am like a little kid playing and

Christmas Countdown Box

November 26th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

    December 1 is almost here, so this week it was time for me to finish a Christmas Countdown box.  Christmas countdown boxes are a fun way to spread the joy and anticipation of Christmas through the entire month of December.  The drawers can be filled with any small gift – candy, money, ornaments, etc. I started with a pre-made countdown box, so this project was quick and easy.  I knew that I wanted to use the Santa’s List decorative brads by Theresa Collins to number the boxes.  These brads are so cute, and were just so perfect for my project. 

Dimensional Holiday Trees

November 19th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick

This week I had a lot of fun making dimensional holiday trees using a Brenda Walton for Sizzix Bigz die called 3D Christmas Trees.   The trees are very easy to make, and turn out so very cute!  The die makes three sizes of trees —  small (approx. 2-3/8″ x 2-3/8″ x 2-5/8″), medium (approx. 3″ x 3″ x 4″) and large (approx. 4-5/8″ x 4-5/8″ x 5-1/8″).  The large tree is a frame-shape, so it is open in the center.  You can also create an interesting effect by inserting a small tree inside the large one. To make the large and medium trees, I selected

Elf Magic Christmas Cards

November 14th, 2013 | by Patti Senter

Do you have a couple of sheets of Christmas paper you’re wondering what to do with?  Well wonder no more.  I’ve taken two sheets of Bo Bunny‘s Elf Magic Collection and created four cards.  In the video below I’ll show you what you need to cut and how to assemble this cute Elf card. By using a little imagination and looking at your papers in sections instead as a whole you’ll find lots of things to fussy cut (like the elf above and the Santa below) and create wonderful cards that each have their own individuality. I scrunched up the note paper for

Jingle Love Cards!

October 31st, 2013 | by Patti Senter

The wintery white season is fast approaching and it will soon be time for snowflakes and snowmen.  Today I have a fun Snowman card for you to make. Using Penny Black‘s Build a Snowman stamp set I’ve created a couple of cards to inspire you to give it a try!  This is such a fun set of stamps, you can change up his hat, scarf or even his nose.  I’ll walk you through what I did to make mine sparkle and glow in my video. I’ll show you  how to create the textured body of the snowman and the mulit-colored backgrounds. Take

White on White Reindeer Holiday Cards

October 10th, 2013 | by Patti Senter

How often have you done a monochromatic card similar to my White on White Reindeer Holiday Cards?  I always seem to shy away from them and yet I love the elegant look they produce.  When Cut@Home sent me the Spellbinders Reindeer Magic M-Bossibilities Embossing folder I knew right away I wanted to do a White on White card.   I think I surprised myself at how easily they came together and how I loved the end result. I ran a mat the size of my card front through the Cuttlebug first with Spellbinders Reindeer Magic M-Bossibilites folder to get a nice

Heartfelt Creations Season of Joy Collection!

September 11th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

The Heartfelt Creations Season of Joy Collection has been put together so you can create your most elegant Christmas cards, layouts and 3D projects. Create gorgeous typography backgrounds in your favorite Christmas hues. The hand-drawn, detailed stamps provide new excitement to every Christmas project you’ll create as the snow flies and the hot cocoa simmers on the stove. Feel your heart ignite with passion and excitement as you delight yourself with the Frosty Blanket Paper Collection which coordinates with this collection. Match the ornate poinsettia stamp with the cutting-edge Sun Kissed Fleur die and you’ll save time while creating your

Teresa Collins Paper Collections!

August 15th, 2013 | by Cut@Home

I am finally getting to show you Teresa Collins paper collections from Summer 2013 CHA! I was beginning to think that I would never get to show you how beautiful these are, even though some of you may have already seen the videos on our YouTube channel. I really do hope that you have actually. Janeth and I had a great time in Teresa’s booth visiting with her and her lovely daughter Gentry. I just can’t say enough nice things about Teresa. She is a rare gem and her designs reflect her refinement. When you walk into her booth, it is

Easy Christmas Gift Bag!

December 20th, 2012 | by Cut@Home

If you are looking for a last minute, quick bag idea, then you will love this easy Christmas gift bag! This really took about a half hour to whip up! I re-purposed a bag that had the store logo on the front, so of course I couldn’t have that showing! You could do this with any die, but like many of you I adore the Spellbinders 2012 Holiday Tree! It is a must have! Christmas Gift Bag You will need: Paper bag 3 colors of Cardstock 1/8″ gold ribbon 201-Scor-Pal 1/8″ Scor-Tape S4-339-Spellbinders 2012 Holiday Tree EL-008-Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Flower Fun 6079-Want2Scrap LaCreme Baby Pearls Die cutting machine (I used my

Scrapbooking Christmas!

December 18th, 2012 | by Cut@Home

We are down to the home stretch, so most of us have gifts bought and wrapped, cards sent and homes decorated to the hilt, but have you thought ahead to scrapbooking Christmas? I only ask, because in my world, having my memories of family and friends saved forever in photos is so important, especially since the older I get, the more things I’m forgetting! Scrapbooking is a wonderful way to not only to document important events, but reliving those times in my mind as I create, then reminiscing again in the coming years as our family gathers around the completed photo

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