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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Lovely Wedding Card


Hello Everyone! Today I would like to show you this lovely wedding card I created using Tutti Designs Dies.
For my card I used the following dies:
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Use a pre-made blank card or make one using heavy cardstock.
Choose colorful, coordinating cardstock to cut your shapes and also for some fussy cutting additions.
For this card the following die cuts were made:
2 large rectangles in 2 different patterned papers.
1 Floral corner in a coordinating paper color.
1 Large circle and one smaller circle in 2 different patterned papers.
A larger rectangle piece of coordinating cardstock was used for the base front of the card. This paper was tattered on the edges using a distresser tool.
Flowers and butterflies were fussy cut from the same paper set.
Start by adhering the first piece of patterned cardstock to the front of the card using double-sided tape or paper safe glue.

For the Inside of the card adhere the 2 circle die cuts. Add a fussy cut flower and wedding couple.

Continue building up the front of the card by adhering the two rectangle die cuts.  I added a black paper doily in between the two. Add focal cut out on top. (edges distressed with distresser tool). Add floral corner die cut to the bottom left corner and adhere fussy cut butterflies with paper safe glue in small drops. Finally, add the fussy cut flowers by elevating one with foam dots and adhering the other with paper safe glue.

Now you have a beautiful handmade wedding card for that special couple to enjoy!!
Just look the detail these beautiful dies add to your cards!


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Thanks so much for viewing my post today! I hope that you have a wonderful New Year!


Saturday, December 30, 2017

Celebrate


As it's nearly New Year's Eve I thought it might be nice to have a 'celebrate' card, just in case!
So I came up with this design using these gorgeous dies


So here are the items I used to make my card:
White card, orange card, embossed white card, two oval dies.


First I cut 6 ovals in the 3rd smallest size (3 for each balloon) in orange card
and folded them in half.


Using the waste I cut two little sections to act as the balloon tag.


I glued the tag in position then started to build my balloon, gluing one half of the oval
to my backing card.

then another at the other side.

and finally, adding a strip of glue to the centre


and placing my third oval, holding in place until glue dries.


Repeat this for the second balloon.


Hand draw strings to base of card.


Finish off by stamping a sentiment to fit inside the smallest oval shape.

Hope you like it!





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Friday, December 29, 2017

Winter Thanks


Hi everyone!

Laurie here from Stamping Up North sharing a Winter Thank you card set made with Tutti Designs Swirly Thanks. I don't know about you, but I sure have lots of thank yous to write after Christmas! 

TUTTI-221 Swirly Thanks

 I love the beautiful scrolls on this thank you die. Tutti has several of these sentiments using this design, you can check them out here.


For the first card, I used Tutti designs Scalloped Stitched nesting rectangles:


TUTTI-418 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Rectangles




The next card I layered with the scalloped stitched rectangles and the dotted nesting rectangles:


And for the last card, I made a frame with the scalloped stitched nesting rectangles:


For an embellishment, I added some Purple Rain Nuvo  glitter drops to the centers of the flowers on all 3 cards. 


Here's a list of the dies I used:



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Thanks for stopping by!


Thursday, December 28, 2017

Life is Beautiful


Hello friends! Hope you all had an amazing Christmas! I am here today sharing a super feminine card, anytime I make a card now I try to make more than one. So this die really invited me to create a couple of cards using the leftover parts from the border die.

TUTTI-421 Delicate RoseTUTTI-419 Scalloped Stitched Nesting CirclesTUTTI-418 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Rectangles


Let's get started:
  • For this project you need a piece of white cardstock, a piece of watercolor paper already painted or patterned paper and the beautiful Delicate Rose Die.
  • Adhere Stick It behind the cardstock for easy movement of pieces.
  •  TIP: Use Press'n Seal behind your die-cut, every single piece will stay in place and you will not have a problem moving the little pieces to the opposite color border rose.
  •  Adhere your base die-cut on a piece of white and pink cardstock. Then, start moving the die-cut rose edge first to the opposite background piece, then add the little filling pieces.
  •  Ta-da!!!
  •  Finally, score all the sides, die-cut the smallest Scalloped Stitched Nesting die, then stamp the sentiment. Add panels to card base, add sequins and cards are done!! 


Hope you like my project!
Have a fantastic day!

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Happy Crafting!


Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Tutti Designs Forest Star Ornament


  Thank you and welcome back, so excited to share my ornament with you.


Using the wonderful Tutti Design Dies.


I cut the star out of black cardstock and I added the glitter silver cardstock on the back. I traced the star and freehand cut it out and popped it up with craft foam strips.  Then added the silver string to hang the ornament.  


Thanks again for stopping and for these dies and more wonderful inspirations stop by the store, blog and for all the links, see below.  

Tutti Designs Store
Tutti Designs Blog
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Until next time Happy Crafting!


Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Winter House and Dotted Nesting Circles Shaker Card

Hi everyone, Sherry with you again on this wonderful Tuesday after Christmas.  I'm hoping everyone had a wonderful Christmas and enjoyed time with family and friends.  With that said, let's not forget the Thank You cards!  Here I'm using the Winter House die and the newly released Dotted Nesting Circles die to make a circle shaker card.








I used the Dotted Nesting Circles to cut out the card, the background, the frame, the acetate, as well as, all of the frame layers needed to build up the shaker well.


The process is a bit too difficult for me to explain in words, so I've created another short video to walk you through the creation.



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Need inspiration? 
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Monday, December 25, 2017

"O Holy Night"

Happy Monday Tutti friends and Merry Christmas to all of those that celebrate!

Vicki here sharing inspiration with you on this Christmas morning...


Since it's Christmas day, I wanted to share a project that represents the "reason for the season".  This Photoplay paper collection, Luke 2, was perfect for this 6" x 6" card.  The base is a deep wine red layered with white and patterned paper.  The focal point of the card, the Nativity Shooting Star is cut from gold glitter paper and layered over two circles cut using the Nesting Dotted Circles die. 

 

I wanted to highlight the town of Bethlehem image in the center of the patterned paper and decided on a star shaped frame.  The frame was created using two Nesting Stitched Star dies, progressive in size, cut at the same time.  Since I don't have a magnetic platform, I used tacky tape to hold the dies in place.  They created a perfect frame. I saved the smaller star for later use.

 
I adhered the star frame around the town image and layered the Nativity Shooting Star featuring the Nativity and Three Kings over it.  I saved the tiny gold stars cut from the shooting star and used them to embellish around the star frame.   I also cut a few smaller stars and placed them randomly around the focal point.


In this close up, you can see the beautiful design of the Nesting Dotted Circles along with the Nesting Stitched Star and the Nativity Shooting Star. 


The background paper was better than adding a sentiment!

Thanks so much for stopping by to share my Tutti inspiration with you.
Looking forward to seeing you all again on New Year's Day!

Featured Product

Tutti Designs Nesting Dotted Circles


Tutti Designs Nativity Shooting Star

 
Tutti Designs Nesting Stitched Stars

 
Thanks again for stopping by!
 
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Happy Monday!
Vicki