Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Fall Tri-Fold Card

Hello my crafty friends!!
This is Connie with Connie Can Crop and I am super excited to be posting as a designer for Paper Crafting World. I am so excited to be able to share these adorable cut and digital files with you.

This week I  created a gorgeous beautiful Tri Fold Card Cut File I created using a Paper Crafting World file that can be used for any Holiday or Occasion.

 I chose to make it in Fall colors and will be stamping it with a Thanksgiving Sentiment. I just haven't found the right one yet.
It's simply elegant! I can't wait to make this tri fold card in other colors too.
 I just love the details of this cut!! So pretty! And the way it opens up...oh so awesome!!

Check out the store, there's so many amazing files. You can find a file for every need: digital, printable or even cuttable.
 Be sure to stop by Paper Crafting World and see all the great files waiting for you! 

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I can't thank you enough for checking out my project. It means the world to me and I hope you truly enjoyed it. May it inspire you to create something wonderful!   Scrappy Hugs! 

Monday, November 23, 2015

Gingerbread Easel Card

Making an easel card is fun and easy! I used the adorable gingerbread people from the All Baked Out set. There are a lot of cute files included in this collection. I used the single man and woman. You can easily use the other designs such as the border people or the title on the base of this card.

Let's make a card!!

I used a die for the base of my card. It is from Sizzix. You can use any stand up bases you like. Silhouette has many in the design store and you can always cut one by hand too. Once you have your base cut from red card stock, decorate it with some patterned paper. I use Christmas papers from Recollections Sugar Plum pad. It was sold by Michael's a few years back but any papers will do.
Cut a white piece of card stock and stamp a greeting. I used a stamp from my stash. I used Stazon black ink and then antiqued the edges of the cut shape with some tea dye Distress Ink.
Cut the cute gingerbread people out your die cut machine. I used my Silhouette Cameo. I inked all the pieces with Distress Inks that matched my papers. I used all solid papers for these cuties. Assemble the folks. Decorate them if you would like with 3D elements to add interest. I added buttons made from melted Perler beads.

I cut the candies out from red and white card stock. I used a red permanent marker to add some extra lines to match my candy paper, this is optional. Add some Glossy Accents to the candy die cuts to add dimension. Let them dry before you attach them. I also added a dot of white acrylic paint with a tooth pick to their cheeks to finish off their faces.
 As for the bottom "joyful" embellishment. I used a die from Sizzix. I cut it out three times and glued them together for dimension.

 Glue on all your embellishments and you are done!! This card can be folded flat to mail and propped up to display!!
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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Love & Hugs By Laura

Happy Sunday!
 I'm Laura and today I bring you a very sweet and soft card, it was worked with great cut file "Card side lattice panel," which allowed me to embellish with the lattice sides of my card.
The center could place a scallop layered embosé previously and on which I placed my sentiment. Finally, I used some flowers the same file inked and which gave them some volume, then place them up and down my sentiment.
In the bottom of my card I added some white and pink lace, and up and down the flowers added some gauze, to emphasize the female character. I highlighted my flowers centers with half pearls in bright pink.Finally, the flourishes that are also part of my court file, just hit some small pine needles to which I gave some volume with white glitter.
Please remember that it is still the challenge of November.
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Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to visit me on my blog for more inspiring projects. Until the next time, Happy crafting.
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