C4C – 426 Sketch Challenge!


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I love sketches!  The Sketch and my interpretation of it:


This week I chose to use an older release die set from Joset for Elizabeth Craft Designs:

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This card is so easy and can be used for any occasion, even a “stay in touch” card.

Lets make this card:

Step 1: Cut all the pieces from the above die set with white cardstock (adhere the “fin” pc. to the Dolphin. 1a:  Color the beach ball with Copics B21, B23, B24.

Step 2: Choose a designer paper to cut the half circle in the sketch.  I chose this one from Hot off The Press called “Big Bubbles“.  Choose a solid color cardstock that coordinates with the designer paper (the second color from the left in the Recollections pack below matched the “bubbles paper”:

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Step 3:  Make a base card by scoring an 8.5 x 11″ white cardstock at 5.5″ along the 11″ side.  Fold and trim to 5.5 x 7″ to make a book fold base card.  With solid blue above (2nd from the left) cut a rectangle that measures 5″ x 6.5″.

Step 4:  Using the largest die from the set below, cut a circle from the “bubbles” paper.

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Adhere this bubble circle to the blue rectangle with the top of the circle at 3.5/8″ from the top of the blue rectangle.  Then trim off the rest of the bubble paper that hangs off the shape of your blue rectangle.  See card picture below.

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Step 5:  Adhere all the pieces from the “Dolphin” set to the card as shown above.

Step 6:  I tried to emboss a sentiment directly to the blue base card.  It turned out perfect when I tried it on a pc. of scrap paper but not on the card.  I’m posting a picture of the Disaster and then the fix for a friend on FB that posted such a sweet comment under my post that it really touched me.  You can fix almost all mistakes.  I usually step away and breath.  Then an idea comes to me and I initiate plan B!

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Plan B for step 6!  Using the stamp set below, stamp the sentiment on white cardstock and then cut out with the second to the smallest of this nested set below by QuicKutz..

2016-07-24-12-16-08.jpgDistress the edges of this little sentiment frame with PanPastel 520.5 Ultra Marine Blue.  Now adhere to the front of the blue rectangle as shown in the pic. in step 4.  Adhere this completed blue rectangle to the white base card leaving 1/4″ margin on all sides.

Step 7:  Using the straight rope from the set below cut 4 times with white cardstock.

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Glue these 4 rope pieces on all four edges of the blue rectangle but start with the two long sides.  Glue from the top down but stop about 1/2 from the bottom even though it’s not long enough. Next glue the ropes to the short sides.  Save the pcs, you cut off of the short sides because they will be the exact size you need to complete the rope on the long sides.  Now, start with the finished edge of one of the pieces you saved and glue to the end of one of the short edges and going up the long edge to fill in where it was short. When you get almost where this cut off piece will go under the long pc. that was to short, then cut at an angle off the very end of the long pc.  Glue the short pc. under the now cut at an angle long pc.  Glue the angled end down.  See close up below:

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That’s it!

Thanks for taking a look and come back next week for a real cutie pie image!

Other Products used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs: Soft Finish Cardstock White, Clear Double sided adhesive 10m

Beacons Kids Choice Glue

Sizzix Big Shot Plus

C4C – 421 A Valentine or Appreciation

This weeks challenge is to make a Valentine or card of appreciation.  Well, another Valentines card it is!

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The Steps:

Step 1:  In Silhouette Studio, using the file “Nested Hearts”  resize to make a bunch of hearts in 3 sizes with both pink and red cardstock:

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Step 2:  Now cut two of the “Wheelbarrow” pc. from the below die set:


Color one of the “Wheelbarrow” pcs. with Copic Markers.  On the second pc. color only the edges so that no white will show when you glue the pcs. together.  Don’t glue together yet!

Step 3:  Cut from this die set below once in white and once in red:

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Step 4:  Make the base card by scoring an 11 X 8.5″ pc. of white cardstock at 5.5″ on the long side.  Fold over and trim to 5.5 x 7″.  Choose 2 coordinating desiger papers and cut a rectangle out of both papers that measure 3.25 x 5″.  Out of one of your papers cut a rectangle that measures 5 x 6.5 “.  Adhere all these designer paper rectangles to the base card as shown below.

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Step 5:  Make the featured raised panel.  Cut a pc. of coordinating solid color cardstock that measures 5.25 x 4″.  Adhere the largest white “Wavy frame to this rectangle.  Add the red negative pcs. from the same red frame as the white one into your white frame.

Glue the white with colored edges “wheelbarrow” pc. to your panel.  Then glue the fully colored wheelbarrow over the first one BUT don’t glue the top of the wheelbarrows so you can tuck some hearts inside the “wheelbarrow“.

Step 6:  From the set below cut “Love You” from red cardstock and the “xoxo”.


Step 7:  Finish the panel by adding the hearts and sentiment as shown.  Add dimensional dots under some of the hearts and adhere some flat to the panel.  Start your first layer of hearts by putting a little dab of glue on the bottom pointy end of the right side of four largest hearts and tuck into the top layer of the Wheelbarrows and then stick a dimensional dot under the top of this layer.  Keep adding hearts, some lifted with dots and some flat as you like them.  Add the sentiments.

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Step 8:  The last step is to adhere the panel to the card also using foam dimensionals.  For this step I used large square foam dimentionals.

For the inside of the card I used another of the red Wavy frames, the little hearts pc. that comes from the very center and the “xoxo”.

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That’s it!

Thanks for taking a look and I hope you’ll try your own version of this card.

Other products Used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  Clear Double Sided Adhesive, White Soft Finish Cardstock 8.5 x 11″

Michaels: Designer paper, Foam Dimension

Beacon’s Kids Choice glue

Sizzix Big Shot Plus



C4C 420 Show us a heart

This week’s theme for the “Crazies” challenge is to show us a “heart”!  There are so many ways you could make a card with this theme.  I decided to make a Valentines Card.

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If you’ve been following me, and please do, then you know I am so crazy for digital images from The Paper Shelter.  This adorable image is literally called “How you doin?” and I couldn’t think of a better sentiment!

Let’s make the card:

Step 1:  Size, print and color the image on cardstock with Copic Markers.  My new absolute favorite paper is this one that I learned about on the Kit and Clowder website:

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                This paper alone will make your coloring better.  I got mine at Amazon.

Step 2:  Using this die set from Elizabeth Craft Designs cut twice.  Once with white cardstock and once with hot pink (cut the hot pink second and leave in the die. (you’ll see why in step 4:

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When this die set first came out I wasn’t a fan because all the frames are cut at once.  But then when I saw their Design Team’s cards using these adorable nesting die I had to by a set and now I have all four sets!  The picture below shows the hot pink still in the die and 2 frames I colored from the white cardstock curvy frames.  It also shows the designer paper I thought I was going to use but ended up using something else.  I did however use the one in this photo for the back of the card

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Step 3:  Glue the green frame to the image printed and colored cardstock:

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Notice I haven’t taken the hot pink frames out of the die yet in the above photo?  It’s because as pictured below I knew I was going to use only the negative pcs. of the hot pink set as shown below:

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  Step 4:  Adhere the white frame and the hot pink negative pcs. out of the hot pink die set that matches it’s space.  It may look like they aren’t specific to the spaces but they are.  You would eventually figure it out but this tip saves a lot of time and mistakes.

Step 5:  Now cut with a paper cutter the assembled step 4.  With the die set below and the largest die , cut a white mat adhere your “image sandwich” to this mat as pictured above:

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Step 6:  Create the base card by cutting a 12 x 12″ pc. of White Soft Finish Cardstock to     7″ x 12″.   Score at 6″ on the long side.  Fold over (tent fold) and trim to 7 x 5.75″.

Step 7:  Cut a pc. of Designer paper or cardstock that measures 6.75″ x 5.5″.  Adhere to the front of the base card leaving 1/8″ border all around.  I chose this double sided cardstock from Lawn Fawn.

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Step 8:  Adhere the image sandwich centered over the front of the card.

Step 9:  Cut four corners from the smaller roof embellishment with this die set from Impression Obsession below and add them to the corners as shown.  The little pink heart above the Hedge Hog or Porcupine (not sure which he is)  is one I had in my “extra parts” container.

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That’s It!

Thanks so much for taking a look and I hope you’ll take the challenge and “show us a heart!”  This is the back of this card with designer paper mat I thought I was going to use.

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Other Products Used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  White Soft Finish Cardstock 12 x 12″,  Clear Double Side Adhesive 10mm

Sizzix Big Shot Plus

Beacon’s Kids Choice Glue

Copic Markers


Michaels:  Designer paper I used on the back.





C4C – 419 Opposites

This week’s Challenge over at Crazy 4 Challenges is to make a card with the theme “Opposites” such as black/white, mirror images etc.

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I chose to make my DT card black and white.  Obviously!

This is a really easy card to make.  The background is a Silhouette Studio file called “Fern Artisan”.  This file gives you two mat cutting files.  One is the mat that has the fern cutouts (in my card the top black mat).  The second one is a plain mat.  You can make these files any size.  However, if you don’t own a Silhouette Cutting machine you could use a set of nesting dies and cut out with black cardstock the third to the largest die.  Then put some “leaf or vine type” dies over the black mat and run through your machine to get this same effect.   Below is a picture of the negative from cutting the Silhouette file.  I’ll more than likely use that on another project!

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The Steps:

I needed enough room to add the daisies that I wanted to be the main feature because daisies make me “Smile”.

Step 1. Size the over daisy overlay file to measure 5.5″ square.  The plain mat file you will size to 6″ square and cut from white cardstock and another plain mat sized to 6.5″ in black cardstock.  Adhere the layers together as shown in pictures.

Step 2:  I used this die from Elizabeth Craft Designs to make these cute daisies:

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Cut the over lay piece 3 times from white cardstock.  Cut the daisy silhouette pc. from Velum 3 times.  Adhere the white over lay pcs. of the vellum silhouette pcs. Cut the pc. that is the daisy center from black and white polka dot paper or cardstock 3 times.  Cut the stem pc. 6 times from white cardstock (glue 2 together to end up with 3 stems).

Step 3:  Glue the daisies and their stems as pictured.  I put a foam dimensional dot underneath each daisy center and then glued down one edge of each flower.  I added a black and white polka dot organza bow.

Step 4: Cut the “Smile” sentiment out of white cardstock with this die set and adhere to card as shown:

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That’s it!

Thanks so much for taking a look.  I know your time is valuable!  Please comment and follow I love to read them.  Heck sometimes they’re the brightest spot in my day!

Other Products Used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  Clear Double sided Adhesive 10mm

Beacon’s Kids Choice Glue

Recollections:  Foam Adhesive Circles

Sizzix Big Shot Plus

Michaels:  Ribbon





C4C – 418 Sketch


I love a sketch challenge.  With all the excitement this past year with Oxide Inks I’ve been wanting to do one of those backgrounds.  However, I don’t own them. I did just get some Yupo paper.  I first read about this paper in Cardmaker Magazine.  Basically, it’s a sort of plastic paper.  This is my first experience with it, so I’m not an expert but here’s my experience.

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Because of it’s “plastic like” surface it doesn’t absorb the ink.  So you have a lot of time to move the ink around.  There are many videos on making your own background or designer paper.  What I did was first choose several ink pads of colors I love together.  I dabbed some ink on a non porous mat of all the colors.  Then I squirted the mat with water from a spray bottle.  I took a large pc. of plastic wrap and wadded it up to wrinkle it and then opened it up and laid it on the ink.  Then I turned the plastic over and laid my Yupo paper over that plastic wrap.  But I needed it to have more color so I added more ink directly on the Yupo and sprayed with water.  I discovered that because the ink stays wet for some time I could take a straw and blow the ink where I liked it!  Then you have to wait for it to dry.  You could probably speed it up with a heating tool.  I didn’t.

Here’s how I made this card:

Step 1:  Make your background using the technique above with your choice of colors.  The picture below shows one of the ATC’s I made with this technique and Watercolor Paper.  It’s interesting to me how much more vivid the colors are but no moving around time:

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Step 2:  I bought this beautiful stamp from Hero Arts called Leafy Vines.  This is a rubber cling stamp.  I used teal ink and my Misti and stamped over my dry background.

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Step 3:  Cut two lamp posts from white cardstock with this die set:

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Cut a little pc. of pale yellow cardstock to put between the two lamp post pcs. to mimic light and glue all together.

Step 4:  From these two die sets cut the 3 little butterflies from 1011 – Garden Notes – Bugs and Butterflies and the large butterfly from  out of white cardstock and color with Copic Markers.  On the large butterfly overlay pc. I went over the coloring with Glitter Pens.

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Step 5:  Cut four of the 2nd to the bottom bead dies from this die set 1168 – Bead Strings 1 out of purple cardstock:

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Step 6:  Stamp the sentiment on cream cardstock and cut out with the 2nd smallest from the set on the left.  Cut out of lavender cardstock the 3rd smallest die in the set on the right:


Step 7:  Create the base card by cutting a 12 x 12″ pc. of  Soft Sky cardstock in half.  On one half score at 6″ on the long side.  Fold into a book fold and trim to 6 x 7″.

Step 7:  Assemble the card.  In the below pictures are all the elements of the card.

Cut the Yupo background to 4.25″ x 5.5″.  Frame it with the purple “Bead Strings”.  Add two strips of the Peel Off silver stickers with the bottom one at 1″ from the bottom of the base card.  Next adhere the Yupo background to the base as shown putting the lavender circle under the upper right corner.  Adhere the largest butterfly on the top right corner of the background mat, then the sentiment circle.  Next adhere the “lamp post” to the lower left as shown.  The last step is to add the tiny butterflies as shown.

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That’s it!

Thank you so much for taking a look and I hope you will try this fun technique!

Other Products Used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  Soft Finish Cardstock 12 x 12 Sky Blue,  Clear Double sided Adhesive 10mm

Beacon’s Kids Choice glue

Sizzix Big Shot Plus

Rubber Ducky Day!

Again, who knew there was a “Rubber Ducky Day”?  Well, it’s today!  The challenge this week over at Crazy4Challenges is to put a duck or some other feathered friend on your project.  If you’ve been following, then you know I’m crazy for “The Paper Shelter”.  All through the Holiday Season I was using digital stamps from this company on many of my cards for Christmas.  This “Duck” image is called “Most Adorable Duck“.  I’ve been taking classes from Alyce at Kit and Clowder and applying the great technique’s I’m learning.  Alyce’s  mantra is “Practice, practice, practice”  Note: Whenever I get a new digi stamp I print both the black and white and the colored version.  I then usually copy the artist’s coloring the first time I color an image.  It helps me see where the artist’s light source is coming from:

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The Steps:

Step 1:  Size, print and color the image.  I used Prismacolor Premium Pencils.

Step 2:  Cut out the colored image with Elizabeth Craft Designs: 1116 –  Stitched Circles:

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Apply 250.5 Diarylide Yellow PanPastel with a make up sponge to the edges and blending into the center.

Step 3:  With the largest die in the below set 1254 – Entwined Circles cut one pc. with light blue cardstock:

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Step 4:  From the die set below cut 1 of all 3 of the smaller pcs. from white cardstock and color with Copic Markers :

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Step 5:  Cut both small butterflies 1011 – Garden Notes – Bugs and Butterflies from white cardstock and color with Copic Markers.

Step 6:  The card assembly.

6A:  Make a base card by cutting a pc. of 12″ x 12″ White Soft Finish Cardstock by Elizabeth Craft Designs in half and scoring one half at 6″ along the 12″ side.

6B:  Cut a pc. of designer paper with the largest die from the below set:

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6C:  Adhere this pc. centered on the white card base.

6D:  Adhere the “Duck Image Circle” centered as shown, then the light blue “Entwined Circle”.

6E:  Add the “cattail die pcs. and butterflies” as shown.

That’s It!

Thank you so much for taking a look and I hope you’ll join us over at the “Crazies” challenge.  We can’t wait to see what you create.

Other Products Used:

Beacons Kids Choice Glue

Michael’s:  Designer paper

Sizzix Big Shot Plus



C4C – 416 Tags for Christmas!

Hi friends!  I hope you had a great Christmas!  This week’s challenge is to incorporate a tag or tags on your project.  My grandchildren are all either teens or adults now so I usually give them money for Christmas.  I had purchased Elizabeth Craft Designs 960 – Tags and More 7 – Vine but hadn’t used it yet.  So I made these huge tags as gift holders for the Grands!  Below is a photo of the backs.

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I have fallen in love with The Paper Shelter’s digital images for Christmas.  These two are called “Santa’s Family Selfie” on the left and “Snowmen Selfie” on the right.

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The Steps:

Step 1:  Print out the two digital images on cardstock that is appropriate for what ever medium you will use to color them.   I got a bargain on Amazon for Prismacolor’s Premier 150 count color pencils.  Both of these I colored with my new set.  I watched some lessons over at Kit and Clowder and applied those techniques I learned for these two adorable images.

Step 2:  From and 8.5 x 11″ 110lb. cardstock cut two long rectangles that measure 8.5 x 4″.   Cut two more long rectangles from Designer paper the same size.  Put one white rectangle on top of one designer rectangle. Cut the top of each of these 2 sandwich rectangles with the die pc. that cuts the top edge from the set below.  TIP:  Leave the layers together and run through your cutting machine again removing the previous die and adding one of the  “hole” die pcs.  Use the “hole protector” pc. and cut 4 red hole covers.

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Step 3:  Cut two of each of these dies from green card stock:

Add red/gold glitter dots as shown.

Step 4:  I created the humorous sentiments on my computer, printed them out on light brown cardstock and cut them out with the smallest die from this die set.

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Step 5:  Assemble your tag as shown.  On the “Snowmen Selfie” make a frame from light brown cardstock and square nested dies by nesting two dies and running through the cutting machine.  The size of the two square dies would depend on the size of frame you need to frame your image.  I wanted it to look as if animated snowmen were looking into a window and coaxing my granddaughter to come outside.

Step 6:  Decorate a letter size envelope.  I used this stamp set and a Misti on the flap side:

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I also added some die cut stars and snowflakes I had in my stash.  Adhere the envelope to the back of the tag with ECD Clear Double Sided Adhesive 10mm.  Add glitter lines all around the outside of the envelope.

That’s it!

  These are so fun and easy to make and could be used for cash, gift cards and checks.  A great quick way to make the “gift and card all in one”!

Other products used:

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  Soft Finish Card Stock,  Clear Double sided Adhesive 10mm

Michael’s: Ribbon

Sissix Big Shot Plus

Beacon’s Kids Choice Glue







C4C 415 A clean and simple Holiday Card

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This week’s challenge over at Crazy4Challenges was to pick any one of the sketches above from the yr. 2017 for your card layout.  It could be any theme or colors.  I chose C4C369.  Do you see the mistake I made?  In my haste to get this done on time I glued the silver flourishes down going the wrong way for the sketch!  OH NO!  Well, we all make mistakes.  Once I was able to start breathing again, I decided I was just going to go with it.  Even though they would have looked so much better the right way.

I’m confessing this to you because we are our toughest critic.  The person who receives this card will never even see that there’s that mistake.

So let’s make this cute Christmas Tree .

The Steps:

Step 1:  This one is so fun because it combines two die sets not intended for each other.  With the below die set, use just the pine bough pc. and cut a bunch of these.  I just kept repositioning the die over two layers of white cardstock until I had cut out that die 12 times netting me 24 of these.

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Brush, on all 24 of these, with clear Wink of Stella.

Step 2:  With the below die set 755 – 5 Part Pine cut all 5 pcs. of this tree from white cardstock:

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Step 3:  Now start gluing the “pine boughs” over the 5 tree layers but only glue the top of the pine boughs down.  That’s what makes the tree more 3D:

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Once you have all 5 tree layers covered the way you want it, then glue the 5 tree layers as shown above.

Step 4:  Cut the two flourish pieces from this die set using silver mirror cardstock.

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Step 5:  Using the largest die from this set, cut a square from white cardstock:

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Then using the below embossing folder, emboss this white mat:

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Step 6:  Using the third to the largest die in the below die set cut a rectangle out of red cardstock:

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Emboss this red rectangle with this folder below:


The below are the main elements for this card.  The little silver star is one I had in my stash:

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Step 7:  Make the base card from heavy white cardstock that measures 11″ x .5″ and score on the long side at 5.5″.  Fold and trim to a 5.5″ square.  If you’re going to stamp a sentiment on the inside of the card then this is when you should do it.

Step 8:  Adhere the White mat to the base card leaving a 1/8″ on all sides.  Adhere the Red mat onto the white mat as shown.  Then adhere the completed tree.  The flourishes next and I added a Red/silver Glitter Dot from Elizabeth Craft Designs.

That’s it!  Pretty easy and I could also see this tree technique in green or a combo of white and green.

Thanks so much for taking a look!








C4C – 412 Sketch Week!

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This weeks Sketch Challenge is an easy and fun one.  There’s so many images, dies, stamps and even shakers that would be cute in those circles!  Since I’m working on Christmas cards, I chose ornaments!

The Steps:

Step 1:  Make the 3 ornaments.  I used Peel Off Stickers from Elizabeth Craft Designs:

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Peel the outlines of the same ornament in all 3 colors and adhere to white cardstock.  Then fill in the décor areas with pieces of all 3 colors anyway you like.  Now fussy cut out each finished ornament.  You can even color these stickers with Copics.

Step 2:  Cut a rectangle from black cardstock that measures 4″ x 6″.  Using the below embossing folder by Elizabeth Craft Designs called “Sprigs” emboss this rectangle:

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Using PanPastel’s 920.5 Silver, apply to the raised  pine “Sprigs”.  Very lightly, spray these two pcs. with hair spray.  Cut this pc. in half creating two rectangles that measure 2.5″ x 5″.

Step 3:  Cut a rectangle from white cardstock that measures 2.5″ x 5.5″.  Emboss this rectangle using this folder from Sizzix:

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The below picture shows the elements of the card:

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Step 4:  Create the base card by scoring an 8.5″ x 11″ pc. of red cardstock at 5.5″ on the long side.  Trim card to 5.5″ x 7″.

Step 5:  Assemble the card.  Adhere the two embossed black pcs. to the front as shown.  Using  Silver mat lines peel off stickers from Elizabeth Craft Designs,  outline the two black sprig pcs.  Apply a Peel Off Glitter Dot from Elizabeth Craft Designs in                Black glitter/silver to the corners to cover the seams

.Adhere the white embossed pc. over the two black ones as shown.  Outline this pc. this piece with silver/black glitter Peel Off lines.  (I actually used the negative strips of silver that sort of looks like a “postage stamp edge”.  See above pic.)

Using Dimensional Foam Dots, adhere the Ornaments as shown.  Make 3 black/white polka dot organza ribbon bows and hot glue on top of the ornaments.

That’s It!  

Thank you so much for taking a look.  I love to read your comments and hope that you’ll try this project.  We would love it if you take the challenge!  We want to see how you interpret this sketch! 

Other Products Used:

Michaels Craft Store:  Red, white and black cardstock, dimensional foam dots, ribbon

Elizabeth Craft Designs:  Clear Double sided adhesive 10mm

Sizzix Big Shot Plus