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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Love Is All You Need

Hello there, Jenn here today sharing another adorable card made with the amazing Tutti Designs Dies! This card was so much fun! I used Bo Bunny's Garden Party Paper Collection.
The Tutti Design Dies Used here:
Dotted Nesting Rectangles
This set comes with 8 different sizes! I have used three for this card.

For this card I also used the following supplies and tools:
Die Cut Machine
Scissors
Adhesive foam Squares
Glue stick
Tape runner
Distress Ink in Vintage Photo (for inking paper edges)
Green and black cardstock
5X6 1/2" card base
Flower
You can also create your own card base using a 8 1/2" X 11" sheet of heavy black cardstock.
Cut it to 10" X 6 1/2" Place on a scoring pad lengthwise (10") and score at 5 fold and burnish.


Cuts needed for this card:
Die-Cuts
3.875" X 2.625" rectangle 1 from black cardstock 1 from patterned
3.5" X 2.25" rectangle - Sentiment cut-out (front)
4.25" X 3" rectangle 1 from black cardstock, 1 from patterned
Other Cuts
2 - 6" X 4 1/2" - green cardstock for inside and 1 for front
2 strips of black cardstock 4 1/2" X 1 1/4"
2 strips of patterned 4 1/4" X 1"
(these are for the top and bottom panels on the front)
Fussy Cuts
Mason Jar, Flowers, 2 potted succulents all from designer paper collection

Ink the edges of the pieces shown below:


Assemble the card as follows:
Start with the inside: Place green panel down using tape runner gun. Add the black die-cut rectangle and layer the die-cut lines on top. Add one of the fussy cut potted plants as an accent.

On to the front!
Place the green cardstock panel down with a tape runner. Using a glue stick adhere the patterned cut outstrips to the black strips and then onto the top and bottom of the card front. Layer the large die cut patterned rectangle with the remaining black die cut rectangle using glue stick. Place foam adhesive squares to the back of the die cut sentiment and layer on top.
Add a flower embellishment, fussy cuts, and any other elements you wish and now you have an adorable card to give to a friend!
Here is a closer view of the amazing dotted detail these dies give to your cards.

Another view of the entire completed card!

Thanks so much for visiting the blog and viewing my post today!

For your convenience, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:


Until next time! Happy crafting!!
Jenn



Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Happy Anniversary


 Thank you and welcome back I am here to share my card with you.  
Using the wonderful Tutti Designs Dies.


I cut out the Lily Heart Panel out of black cardstock



Then I snipped out the heart from the die panel.




I cut the white cardstock using ovals


 
I cut out the words three times from the burgundy cardstock and glued together 


I added some rhinestones in the corner and used some pattern paper on the bottom


Thanks again for stopping and for these dies and more wonderful inspirations stop by the store, blog and for all the links, see below.  
Until next time Happy Crafting!


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Stained Glass Poppies

Hi, Diane with you today with a couple
fabulous cards using the Tutti Designs Poppies Stained Glass die.

I have two cards today created very different.

The first card it full of total 'SPARKLE'!
It looks hard to do but it's not at all.
I simply die cut the poppy stained glass die,
then adhered it to a piece of sticker paper.
I added a fine white glitter (Cloud Nine) to that and rubbed it in with my finger.
Then I simply used my Copics to add the colors.
You don't need to press hard when doing this as the pens
seem to flow on the glitter, just wipe your pens off to remove the
glitter off the tips when done.
That simple and it looks great!!
I added a few paper layers, hemp cord and a wooden owl button.



The second card was created by die cutting, then adhering to a piece of vellum,
then coloring on the backside with Copics.
It gives a nice soft look.


Images for Stained Glass Dies:

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Here are all the Tutti Designs links for your convenience.

Thank you for visiting with me today.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Easy Money Wallet!

Happy Monday, Tutti friends! 
 
Today, I'm sharing an easy, peasy basic money wallet that is multi purpose.  Great for birthdays, anniversaries, and even Mother's Day! 


I've used the Tutti Designs Dotted Nesting Ovals and Flower Joy for this project.

Measurements

1.  Cut an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock (from the short side) to 7" wide.  Save the 1 1/2" x 11" piece to use later for the belly band.


2.  Turn the larger piece 90 degrees counter clockwise (to the left) and cut to 8 1/2".  Save the 2" x 7" piece for embellishing.


3.  Score the 8 1/2" x 7" piece at 3 1/4" and 6 1/2".  Fold and crease along the score lines.


4.  Cut the 1 1/2" x 11" strip to 9" in length.  Score at 2", 2 1/8", 5 3/8" and 5 1/2".  Fold and crease on score lines.  Adhere to make the belly band closure.


5.  I embellished the wallet folder using vellum layered over white cardstock.  You could also use patterned paper for this.  I cut the top fold vellum/cardstock to 2 1/4" x 6 1/4".  If you are not using any type of border, then the dimensions would be 2 1/2" x 6 1/4".  The bottom fold vellum/cardstock is cut to 1 3/4" x 6 1/4". 


6.  I used the Dotted Nesting Ovals and the Flower Joy to embellish the wallet.


 Featured Product

Tutti Designs Dotted Nesting Ovals


Tutti Designs Flower Joy 

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Anyone for tea?

Hello Tutti Fans!


Today I have used the cute little die called


to make this cute little teabag treat holder!

I cut myself a piece of double sided paper measuring 3'' x 9''
I scored at 4'' and 5'' and punched a tag top to each end and burnished the folds.



I then cut myself two strips 2'' x 5'' using the other side of the paper.


I scored each strip at 1/2'' then concertina folded them.
I then cut 6 pieces of paper 2'' by 3''
and glued in place on each fold.


This formed the pockets for my teabags.


I glued the concertina piece into the centre of my folded tag pouch.

I then cut the Stacked Butterfly Cups using white card.


I added the Cups to the outside of my teabag tag pouch
using dimensionals and stuck the butterflies so they were raised.


I then added my goodies, sorry for the blurred photo. I was holding mid air lol.

It held 4 teabags and a small snack packet of biscuits!
I secured the top with white ribbon.

For my project today I used:



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Friday, April 13, 2018

Happy Birthday Circle



Hi everyone, Laurie here from Stamping Up North!

Today's card is another one I made using some alcohol ink backgrounds along with Tutti's beautiful Happy Birthday Circle die.


TUTTI-283 Happy Birthday Circle

This time, I dropped the alcohol ink directly onto Yupo paper.....and I also used regular glossy paper too. I think the inks look even more vibrant on Yupo paper.  Then I dropped on the blender solution and watched the circles form...so pretty! I also use rubbing alcohol and a dropper...it gives the same effect as the blender solution.


You can see that I usually do quite a few backgrounds as long as I'm at it. It can get kind of messy...but so fun...LOL!



Once they dried I chose one to cut out the Tutti Designs Birthday Circle.



Then I traced around the die and cut out a white circle to back it on.



I adhered it onto another alcohol ink background, here's a closer look......




.....and the card was done!


Tutti-283 Happy Birthday Circle

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Thanks for stopping by!

Laurie

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Special day Mother's Day card

Hello there! Jenn here sharing this beautiful card I made for my mom using the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!! I love to use these dies when creating my cards because they add the perfect touches and shapes for my style.
The dies used in creating this card

Other Supples
Tape runner
Glue stick
Paper cutter
Adhesive foam squares
Aqua cardstock
Dark yellow cardstock
5X7 card base
Graphic 45 Children's Hour paper collection
Flowers
Brown Ribbon

Cuts needed for this card:
From Dies
Dotted Nesting Squares
3.375" - Cut two from aqua cardstock
3" - Cut two from patterned designer paper
2.625" -Cut one from yellow cardstock

Dotted Nesting Rectangles (for inside)
3.125" X 1.875" - Cut one from patterned designer paper
2.75" X 1.50" - Cut one from patterned designer paper

Regular cuts
Front layers
4 3/4" X 6 3/4" - Yellow
4 1/2" X 6 1/2" Brown patterned designer paper
4" X 6" - Brown Polka dot designer paper
 Inside layers
4 1/2" X 61/2" - Yellow
4" X 6" - Brown patterned designer paper

Fussy cut the mother and children, butterflies, and some flowers from the designer papers as well as some of the stamps, borders, and sentiments.

Gather everything together!


Build the card starting on the inside. This is much easier than doing the front first!


These were all adhered using a tape runner. The small pocket is meant to add a gift card. To create use the 2.75" X 1.50" die cut rectangle. Score each side at a 1/4" and 1/2" on the bottom. Fold and adhere using glue.

On to The beautiful front of this card!!

Adhere the main three layers using tape runner. Adhere the Aqua, Patterned, and Yellow dotted nesting square die cuts to each other and then adhere to the front of the card. Use adhesive foam squares on fussy cut children and two large butterflies. Also, use foam adhesive squares for the sentiments.

Place flowers and other fussy cuts where desired and adhere them.
Here are a few closer views to see all of the dimension using die cuts together with fussy cutting adds!


The Inside...

Thanks so much for visiting the blog and viewing my post today!

For your convenience, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:


Until next time! Happy crafting!!
Jenn