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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Floral Watering Can Everyday Card


Autumn with you today to share a card created with the new Floral Watering Can die.  I cut the die from dotted designer paper and layered with a variety of other paper.  The die is so large and ornate that it doesn't need much accompaniment!  I thought a pot of flowers needed a sweet everyday sentiment, so I added a sticker, "you can never have too much happy".  How fun!


Purchase your Floral Watering Can die today!


Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Fashion Shoe



Welcome back to my Tuesday's Tutti Design posting days.  I am so excited to share with you this gorgeous new October released Tutti Designs Floral Shoe.  Isn't this die a STUNNING one from Tutti Designs. 



 I like to embellish my die cuts at times,  a little 'much'.  Seeing the beautiful flowers and intricate details in this die, you could leave out the extra embellishments and still have a gorgeous shoe die cut on your card.  Be sure to check out Diane's sample cards using this die cut by clicking HERE to give you additional ideas on how to use this die cut.  




I started with two die cuts and I colored the leaves green and added black glitter to the shoe. I used a Sue Wilson Design flower die cut for the flowers and glued these flowers on top of the white flowers and added 4mm flatback pearls and rhinestones to the center of the flowers.  I glued the shoe to a Graphic 45 Mon Amour card stock and added a tiny bow to the shoe. 

To explore more ways of using this die as well as other Tutti Designs dies, visit our Tutti Designs designers on the Tutti Designs Pinterest or Tutti Designs Facebook .

You'll want to be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store and check out all the beautiful diesYou can order these gorgeous dies from Tutti Designs on-line store or the wonderful stores and companies that carries Tutti Designs dies. 



Click HERE to see the new Tutti Designs releases

Reminder to visit the Tutti Designs Blog to see what our other designers have created for you and I would appreciate a comment and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.


Thank you again!

Nancy Hill, Design Team 

Monday, November 28, 2016

Swirly Sympathy Card

Hello, friends!

It's Monday, and it's Nancy Nickel back with a new Tutti Designs share!

This week I am sharing the Swirly Sympathy Die.
It's part of the October Release.
You can find it in the shop HERE.
Unfortunately, we all need this type of card on occasion. 
Some people are able to make several of these to have in their card stash.
I'm not one of those people.
It seems I always need one at the last minute.

This lovely word die helped me put this card together very quickly.

I cut the die out of blue patterned paper.
I adhered it onto another patterned paper with a glue pen.
I added some ribbon, a bow, and adhered it to the card base.



Finally, I added some pearls to the center of the flowers.


Having the sentiment die on the front of the card
leaves lots of room to write a message on the inside.


Tutti Designs Die - Swirly Sympathy



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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Flower Cart Fun

Happy Sunday Everyone!
Darlene with you today and it's my turn to share a new, inspirational creation using dies from the Tutti Designs Store.  Tutti has come out with so many amazing dies recently and just wait until you see what they will have to share over the next few months!  You won't want to miss it so be sure to pop in often!


Today's card was created with the October release die
Flower Cart - TUTTI-182

 I decided to do a little 'paper piecing' today.  A technique I don't do often but always love the outcome when I do.  Here's how it all began . . .

Typically when I receive my dies, I quickly die cut each one from white card stock.  Not only can I see how it looks once cut, but can also then decide if I want to color it with markers ... inks ... cut again from colored papers or use it as a base as I have done today.

Next I die cut the body of the die image from scrap designer paper.  A few snips here and there and I was ready to 'paper piece' over my white die cut panel.


 BUT BEFORE DOING THAT ...
I wanted to color the handles and wheel of the cart as well as the flowers using my markers.
You want to do that before you paper piece that way you can be sure
to get your color up 'under' the panels that will be paper pieced and
have a smoother look.


After getting my flower cart just the way I wanted it,
it was time to 'showcase it'.
By simply die cutting some ovals and doing a little
ink sponging for the sky and around the outside edge,
I was ready to compile my card onto my pink embossed background
panel and white base card.


Oh and I forgot to mention ... see those adorable little butterflies?
They pop out from the die cut and of course we can't waste them!
I simply colored them with whatever marker was laying on my work table
then added them into the sky on my finished product!
 VIOLA!


Please be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store 
and check out all of these fabulous dies. 

Need inspiration?  
The team has something new to share here on the Tutti Designs Blog EACH and EVERY DAY!   Pop in often and see for yourself ... what a talented group of designers!!
I'll be back again next Sunday with a new Tutti Designs project.
In the meantime, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:


 Thanks for stopping by and as always . . . HAPPY CUTTING!

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Tulip Panel

Hi crafters! Monica here sharing another Tutti Designs post featuring an October release called Tulip Panel  This die is covered with beautiful tulips and plenty of vines.

To create my card I used some Cosmic Flakes for the tulips and then covered the die with some Stardream Metallic card stock. 
I then laidd my panel over a piece of cream colored cardstock and added a metal sentiment form Making Memories entitled "Friend" a perfect finishing touch to the card.


I hope everyone enjoyed my post and be sure to check out all the Tutti Designs links below:

Tutti Designs Blog - http://www.tuttidesignsblog.com

Friday, November 25, 2016

Rich and Gold Flower Symphony Corner.

 Hello and welcome to Friday with Tutti Designs and Samantha Wade
Each and every Friday I will be sharing a Tutti Designs Project with you.
Today is Flower Symphony Corner, TUTTI-188.
From the new October release.


Die cut the corner twice from black card. Then rub gold gliding wax on both corners.


Shape the corners with a mat and ball tool to bring to life.
Add gold glitter and purple gems to the flowers.


Glue onto the purple card and add a sentiment, which has been stamped and heat embossed and glittered.
A simple yet elegant card.


Hope you like the card.

Please Click below for the links,
Tutti Designs Blog - http://www.tuttidesignsblog.com

Please pop by each day to see our amazing design teams inspiration.
Thank-you for visiting, see you next Friday.

Created by Samantha Wade for;


Thank-you for visiting.xx

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Tutti Designs Poinsettia Corner

Hi friends!  Today I'm sharing another Christmas Card project with Tutti Designs!  Tutti Designs has been busy creating away so many fabulous new dies be sure to stop by the store and check out all the new releases!  Today I'm sharing a New Christmas Card I created using the July Release Poinsettia Corner

To make this card I simply cut 4 of the Poinsettia Corners and pieced them together at the center of the base of the card.  I added a flower to the top of the center.  for the background I used a sparkly piece of glitter paper.



A little close up.  Not only are these dies beautiful they cut perfectly every time!!




Their July release is available in the store and keep watching because there is MORE TO COME over the next couple of months! 

More new releases are on their way so keep checking back daily! 

Have you started your Christmas cards yet? Tutti Designs has so many fun dies for Christmas, Thanksgiving and many other occasions so be sure to stop by and check those out too! 

 Our design team is here everyday so be sure to stop by and let them inspire you to create your own beautiful projects!!


Make sure you stop off at the Tutti Designs Store 
and check out all of these fabulous dies. 
Need inspiration?  
The team has something new to share here on the Tutti Designs Blog EVERY DAY!  
I'll be back again next Wednesday with a new Tutti Designs project.
In the meantime, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:



 Thanks for stopping by the Tutti Designs Blog today!

Debbie

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Shabby Chic Get Well Die Card


Autumn here with you today to share a shabby chic floral get well card using a die from our lovely new sentiment collection.  The Swirly Get Well die makes a striking focal point.  I embossed it with shabby pink, white and gold Frantage embossing powder.  It was too pale for me, so I went back and sponged permanent brown ink over it.  I cut an oval from chipboard and applied crackle paste to it.  Then I cut the Afternoon Chat die to layer beneath my crackle panel to create a frame.


Because the dies don't line up perfectly, I used several layers of foam tape to really bump the crackle panel up, which disguised the misalignment.  I layered some paper flowers and a seam binding bow for embellishment and mounted layers of Prima paper with some vintage trim to form my base.  I hope this cheery floral card will brighten a sick loved one's day.


Purchase your Swirly Get Well die and other beautiful dies today!




Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Happy Easter



This the is gorgeous October new release of the Tutti Designs Butterfly Vine Border.   If you click HERE, you will be able to get more ideas on how Diane used this die for her cards for Tutti Designs.  This would also be a beautiful die cut for birthday and get well cards.  You are probably thinking of other possibilities of how you would use this gorgeous die.  


I cut out two die cuts and to cut out the butterflies and flowers on one die cut and glue the center of each butterfly on the other die cut die cut.  I used Copic Markers to color the  die cut and used 3D foam under the flowers to give it some dimension on this card.  I added some glitter glue and rhinestones to the butterflies and some glitter to the flowers.  

Most of my cards have a bow.  I used a rhinestone/pearl ribbon buckle slider in the middle of the bow.

 To explore more ways of using this die as well as other Tutti Designs dies, visit our Tutti Designs designers on the Tutti Designs Pinterest or Tutti Designs Facebook .

You'll want to be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store and check out all the beautiful diesYou can order these gorgeous dies from Tutti Designs on-line store or the wonderful stores and companies that carries Tutti Designs dies. 



Click HERE to see the new Tutti Designs releases

Reminder to visit the Tutti Designs Blog to see what our other designers have created for you and I would appreciate a comment and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.


Thank you again!

Nancy Hill, Design Team 

Monday, November 21, 2016

Flourish Butterfly Corner Die

Hello, friends!

It's Monday, and it's Nancy Nickel back with a new Tutti Designs share!

This week I've created another card with the Flourish Butterfly Corner Die.
It's one of my favorites!

I came across this paper in my stash when I was working on another project.
I thought it would be perfect for this lovely die.

First, I cut the die once from a patterned paper.
This paper was from the same collection as the background paper,
so it matched beautifully.
I adhered that cut into position on the base.

Then I made another cut from a plain matching cardstock.
I fussy cut only the butterfly out of the diecut piece.
I folded the wings up, 
and adhered the second butterfly on top of the first along the fold.




To finish the card off, I added a pretty sheer bow, and some lovely sequins.


Here you can see the wonderful dimension of the second butterfly.


Tutti Designs Die - Flourish Butterfly Corner


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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Butterflies in Flight

Happy Sunday Everyone!
Darlene with you today and it's my turn to share a new, inspirational creation using dies from the Tutti Designs Store.  Tutti has come out with so many amazing dies recently!  Did you see their October release??   WOWZA!  If not, you really owe it to yourself to pop over and check it out!  AND there will be another release coming late November/early December ... wait until you see what they have up their sleeve!  LOL



Today I'm using the Swirly Butterfly Circles - Tutti-186
die for my creation.



I had such fun creating this pretty card and it could be used for a variety of occasions from encouragement to birthdays! 

Here's a few steps I took in the creation of this card.

After die cutting my Swirly Butterfly Circles from white card stock, I cut the varies butterfly sections using scraps of colored card stock I had laying on my work table.  Then fussy cut them and stacked them on top of those on the white card stock die cut.


Next I die cut another from pretty sparkly pink card stock, same as I used for my mat panel, and removed the butterflies for future use.


It was at that point that I decided to use the pink circles behind the white circle cut for a little added dimension and texture.  A pretty plaid background and a few cute little butterflies from a stamp set I've had for ages and my card is ready to go!!


Please be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store 
and check out all of these fabulous dies. 

Need inspiration?  
The team has something new to share here on the Tutti Designs Blog EACH and EVERY DAY!   Pop in often and see for yourself ... what a talented group of designers!!

I'll be back again next Sunday with a new Tutti Designs project.
In the meantime, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:


 Thanks for stopping by and as always . . . HAPPY CUTTING!