Saturday, June 23, 2018

Butterfly garden

Hi there Tutti fans!

Today I am sharing a stair/stepper type card using two lovely dies called


So I started by cutting the Butterfly strip in white card twice.

I then scored a piece of yellow card for my base.
It measured 4'' x 4 1/2''
and I scored at 1 5/8'', 3 1/8'' and burnished the creases.

I then adhered one strip to the base as shown below.

Then one strip to the front as seen below.

I then cut 4 of the Flower Friends die, 2 in yellow, 2 in green
and cut away the flower from the green base so I could adhere it to the yellow ones.

I made two small slits in the middle of the base card
and slot in the Flower Friends.

I stamped and coloured the little girl image and sat her in centre of back Butterfly strip.

And on the front I added a birthday sentiment.
A very quick and easy card!

For my project today I have used

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Friday, June 22, 2018

Tutti Designs Sea Shell Frame

Hi everyone!
 Laurie here sharing a card I made using Tutti Designs beautiful Sea Shell frame.

TUTTI-445 Seashell Frame

I cut it out in a piece of alcohol ink paper ( which I am now addicted to) and adhered it onto a white card. I stamped the sentiment in the middle. Then I cut out an anchor and the ship from the ship in a bottle die.

TUTTI-446 AnchorTUTTI-442 Ship In Bottle

I also cut out a few shells, and adhered them all onto the frame,and added a few enamel dots.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

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Have a great day!

Thursday, June 21, 2018

By The Sea Card

Hello everyone! Jenn here today sharing a fun beach themed card I created using the amazing Tutti Designs Dies! I just returned from a trip to the beautiful Oregon Coast and thought this was the perfect theme for my project this week!
I used the following dies: (clicking the pictures will direct you to online store)

Other Supplies:
5" X 6 1/2" Kraft card base
By The Sea Designer Papers from Graphic 45
Blue cardstock light and dark
Yellow cardstock
Foam adhesive dots

Die Cuts to make:
Use the dotted rectangle die sized 4.25" x 3.00" and cut one from light blue cardstock
Use the dotted rectangle sized 3.875" x 2.625" to cut the "Beach Rules" cut out from designer papers
Use the stitched star die sized 2.25" X 2.125" and cut one from yellow cardstock
Use light blue cardstock to cut two seashell corners
Other cuts:
From designer papers cut the following
Front base - 4 3/4" X 6 1/4"
4" X 5 1/2"

Inside of card

4 3/4" X 6 1/4"
Cut from dark blue cardstock
4" X 5 1/2"
Fussy cut some shells and use strips of scrap as shown

Use adhesive of choice to assemble. For the Seashell corner die-cuts use a strong liquid glue and only apply to the edges. This will create the pocket like look. Use Foam dot for the star.

I just love all of the amazing detail that is achieved with these dies!
Thanks so much for visiting the blog and viewing my card today!

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Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!


Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Big Tropical Fish

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

So first off I cut out the Seashell Frame in cream, the circle in the light blue/green, the wreath in dark olive green and the big fish in yellow.

I adhere the Seashell Frame to my base, also added the ribbon.  I added the circle

I snipped the wreath and used liquid glue to the adhere to the circle

I then added foam adhesives to the fish to popped it up somewhat.

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, June 19, 2018

Swirly Butterfly Circles

Hi, Diane with you today using one of my favorite dies

I actually have two cards using these dies in very different ways.

The first card is simple yet elegant,
created on an embossed background.
I simple die cut first in a gold and white metallic patterned paper,
then cut once again in a solid gold metallic.
I hand cut the solid gold butterflies off, then popped them
up on the first die cut.
Three gold 'candi's were added to the card to finish.
I sure wish you could see this IRL, as it is much more 'gold' then it shows!

For the second card, I die cut from a colorful metallic paper,
added it to a solid white metallic paper,
this time turning it a slight different way from the card above.
I used an edge punch for the top and a pretty ribbon bow for the bottom!

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Make sure to visit the Tutti blog everyday for even more inspiration.
I will see you next Tuesday!

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Thank you for visiting with me today.

Monday, June 18, 2018


Good morning, Tutti friends...

Today, I'm sharing a simple thank you card using the Tutti Designs Swirly Thanks.  Thank you cards are always great to have on hand!!
I created a simple background with water color paper and oxide inks in two of my favorite colors.  This is my first project using these inks and I really like the design they created.

I inked the paper with Candied Apple and Fossilized Amber inks and flicked water droplets onto the paper using the end of the plastic tube on the spritzer.  I matted this with coral cardstock.

 The Thanks sentiment is cut from white cardstock.

I adhered the sentiment to the front of the card and embellished with gems.

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Tutti Designs Swirly Thanks

 Thank you for stopping by to share my newest  inspiration for Tutti Designs!
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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Anniversary heart

Hi there Tutti fans!
It's Pinky here today sharing my Saturday project!

Today I am using this lovely die called

to make a 1st anniversary tag for my son and his wife!
I can't believe it's a year already!

So I started cutting the heart out in cardboard (fairly thick) and cut myself
four layers so I could build the thickness.
The die managed beautifully and I was able to keep the rose pieces in place.

I then cut myself a piece of ribbon and coloured it with my stampin' write pen
to match the paper I was going to use.

I joined two of the hearts using a strong wet glue.

Then I adhered the ribbon using double sided sticky tape.

I then sandwiched the ribbon with the other two cardboard cuts
leaving the ribbon nicely hidden in centre.

I then added glue to the rose parts and sprinkled some gold glitter on top.
I then cut the rose heart again in black card
and adhered this over the top of the glittered cardboard.
Be sure and add glue round the edges well and round the rose parts.

I used the die itself to trace the shape on my designer paper and cut out with scissors.
Then stuck to back of my heart.
I cut another heart in my dsp, using the spotty side this time.
I stamped the details and date.

This was stuck over the top of the black base, giving a
black layered of detail between glitter and top paper.

I was very happy with the finished heart which I am giving
to my son and daughter-in-law for their 1st Wedding Anniversary next week.

For my project today I have used

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Thank you for visiting with me today.