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Monday, December 11, 2017

Roses in December...

Happy Monday, Tutti friends!
 
Vicki here with more Christmas inspiration using a couple of the November 2017 release dies in the Tutti Design Store.   The twelve dies in the November release are available in the Tutti Store now!  This is a great collection of basic shapes with scalloped stitched, cross stitched and dotted designs that would be a great asset to your die cut stash!

 Christmas is just two weeks away and I am busy purchasing gift cards, gifts and other items.  Today, I'm sharing a library pocket gift card tag using two of the new release dies from Tutti Design...Cross Stitched Nesting Rectangles and Scalloped Stitched Nesting Squares.

 
"Roses in December"

 
 
The library pocket was easy to make using a template that I downloaded years ago from Mirkwood Designs.  After tracing and cutting out the pocket, I scored the fold lines and added double sided tape to the side flaps that would be adhered to the pocket background.


I traced, cut, inked and adhered patterned paper to the back and front of the library pocket.


I cut and covered the tag using the same cardstock and patterned paper as the pocket.

 
I created the pocket for the gift card using one of the Cross Stitched Rectangles. Next, I adhered double sided tape on three sides, leaving the top open so the gift card can be inserted. 
 
 
The front of the tag has the gift card pocket and quote while the back is blank for signing.
 

The library pocket and gift card tag are embellished with both die cut and fussy cut embellishments that have been inked to add a vintage feel.

Here's a close up of the beautiful scalloped edges on the newly released Scallop Stitched Nesting Squares and the cross stitch design on the Nesting Cross Stitch Rectangles.

These library pockets are simple to make and great for holding a tag, card or other small item.  If you would like a copy of the template visit www.mirkwooddesigns.com or send me an e-mail and I'll be glad to forward it to you!

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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Butterfly Thanks Card

Hello Everyone! Jenn here for another Sunday share project using the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!
For my Butterfly Thanks Card I chose the following die:


This die is so detailed and versatile to use. I just love it!
So How did I make my card?

First, using white cardstock, I ran my die through machine and cut.

Next, I wanted to add stamping, so I used a script stamp on the die cut and sprinkled with embossing powder and heat set. The embossing powder was clear on top of black archival ink stamping. This adds shine to the lettering.

Next, the stamped die cut was placed on heavy black cardstock using adhesive and was then cut out.

Next, I used the same white cardstock used for the die and cut out a piece to fit on card and then also cut a piece of patterned cardstock slightly smaller to go on top of that. These were both distressed all around edges with distressing tool. The white piece was stamped with the same stamp, ink, and embossing technique used for the butterflies.

Next, the cardstock pieces were aligned and adhered to the card using scortape. I also added a thin strip of black cardstock for a touch of detail.

Next, I added foam dots and pieces to the back side of the butterflies and adhered to the front of my card.

Finally, a metal Thanks plate and some black bling dots were added and there ya go! A Beautiful card to show someone your gratitude.

Thanks so much for viewing! I will be back every Sunday with another creation using one or more of these beautiful Tutti Designs dies.

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These dies would make great stocking stuffers for all of the artists on your list!






Saturday, December 9, 2017

Poinsettia Corner Card


Hello! Pinky here sharing a card I made using this gorgeous Poinsettia Corner die.
I decided I wanted to layer the die cut as I went along so I started off cutting it in gold mirri card.


Next I cut the die in red satin paper. I snipped away the poinsettias and used a zig glue pen
to glue them on top of the gold poinsettias.


I cut the die yet again, in red satin paper, snipped the poinsettias and added 
gold candi to each one.


On the back I added a 3d foam square so I could get some dimension.
I slightly shaped each flower with my shaping tool.


I then layered them on top of the original cuts.


I used a red square card as my base, added some star embossed matting card
and added the Poinsettia Corner using glue.
I finished my card with some red faux stitching and added a sentiment from my stash.
Hope you like it.

You can buy this lovely Poinsettia Corner die HERE


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Friday, December 8, 2017

Tutti Designs Snow globe tag set



Hi everyone!

 Laurie here from Stamping Up North sharing some fun and festive Tutti Designs snowman tags with you today.

I can't get enough of this adorable Snowman Trio!

TUTTI-362 Snowman Trio

Last week I made a card with the whole gang together, and this week I cut them apart to make some tags.

I cut the trio out in white, blue and baby blue.



I also cut out some bows from the The Gifts Under the Tree die. Those bows are so cute, and they are just the perfect size!



TUTTI-131 Gifts Under The Tree






I cut out the globes in the same 3 colors form the Snowglobe Expressions set.



TUTTI-143 Snowglobe Expressions




 Then I took the snow globe die, tracing around it on white 2 times ( for my base) and once on the baby blue. I cut all 3 out and then the fun began!



Using all the small pieces, I did some inlaying here and there, or some cutting and adhering, whatever I felt like! Some places I just left open,too. You can do as much or as little as you want, and it always looks adorable. I added some black jewels for the eyes. Then I punched a small hole on the top to tie on some silver string.



Here's a list of the dies I used:



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 I'll be back next Friday with a card and tag set, I hope you will stop by!

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Merry Christmas Card Set + an ornament

Hello friends! Giovana here with my first post as a Design team member! YAY, super excited to be part of this amazing group!
So let's get started, for today I have a set of Christmas card, super simple and easy to mass produce , but with the WOW factor {wink, wink} 
for this project I used Nesting Stitched Rectangles and Nativity Ornament.


TUTTI-217 Nesting Stitched RectanglesTUTTI-374 Nativity Ornament


I started selecting Gold and Copper Metallic and Glitter Cardstock.
 Die-cut the ornament as well as the metallic and glitter cardstock. 
 Mount a layer of rectangle stitched metallic cardstock with a piece of glitter cardstock. Then, add Nativity Ornament with foam tape.
 Close up
 Here is a picture of the Cards

Now, I have a bonus project for you, I made a super cute ornament using just the Nativity Ornament die-cut piece.
For this project I die-cut the Nativity Ornament 4 times, then I glue them together, added ribbon and ready to be hung up on my Christmas tree.



Hope you like my projects!
Have a fantastic day!

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Happy Crafting!