Saturday, June 30, 2018

Love you hearts

Hi there Tutti fans!

Today I had a play with a few of my favourite dies


I started by choosing two papers to work with.
One floral and one plain.

On the plain one I cut part of a circle using my largest circle die.

I adhered the plain paper over the top of the floral.

I coloured the ribbon to match my papers
and added to top of my card.

Using same pen I added some faux stitching.

I cut the Two Rose Heart using the plain paper

and added some matching card to the back to fill in the roses.

I added this to the card but cut away part of the heart as shown above.
I finish the card with  a Love You sentiment and the cute little girl stamp
which was coloured with promarkers.

Hope you like it.

For my project I used:

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Friday, June 29, 2018

You are my anchor

Hi everyone! Happy 4th of July! 
Well almost...just a few days to go now. But I do have a red,white, and blue card to share with you today.
It features some of Tutti Designs nautical dies. 

I started out by cutting out the anchor twice, once in red and once in blue. I inlaid the red in the center of the blue, and tied on some twine.

TUTTI-446 Anchor

Then I attached it to a white fishing net.

TUTTI-444 Fishing Net

I adhered it all onto a scalloped stitched rectangle, added some star shaped enamel hearts, and stamped the sentiment in black.

TUTTI-418 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Rectangles

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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Fun 4th of July Folio Keepsake

Hi there! Jenn here today sharing a super fun little folio with a 4th of July theme! Independence Day is such a fun time of year for family gatherings and of course many photos are usually captured to collect wonderful memories. This fun little folio is a great way to keep those photographs!
The following amazing Tutti Designs dies were perfect for this project!
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For my folio I used designer papers in the Bo Bunny® Firecracker collection

Other Supplies:
Plain cardstock in red, white, blue, and yellow
Adhesive tape gun
Foam Adhesive squares
Stickers from stash
Glittery blue ribbon

Start by making the following cuts 
For the base, cut a 5" tall by 11 3/4" wide piece from blue cardstock. Score this at 4" and 8" and fold and burnish on score lines toward you. This is the folio base.
Next, cut the following:
White - 2 -4 3/4" X 3 3/4" 1- 4 3/4" X 3 1/2"
Red - 1 - 4 1/2" X 3 1/2" and 1 - 4 3/4" X 3 3/4"
Patterned - 1 - 4 3/4" X 3 1/2"
Next make the following die cuts:
Patterned for front : 1 - Dotted Rectangle - 4 1/4" X 3"
Blue - 1 Dotted Square - 1 1/2" 
White - 1 Dotted Square - 1 1/4"
Red - 1 Dotted Square - 1"
Yellow - Cut three Stitched Stars 1 of each of three smallest.
I also used the Dotted Rectangle 2 1/4" X 3.125" to cut out the sentiments on the inside panel.
Finally use leftovers of designer papers and cardstock to create pockets.
Add some fun stickers to the pages.
Use ribbon for the tie by attaching to the back and wrapping around to tie in front on the side.
Start with the inside panels and adhere the base pieces using an adhesive tape runner. Add pockets and stickers. Complete the folio by assembling the front as shown. I used adhesive foam squares for dimension on the star die cuts.
Here are some more views:

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 27, 2018

Seashell Frame

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

I cut out the Seashell Frame out of the Peach cardstock

I snipped out the middle from the frame and added foam strips

Cut out a piece of clear cardstock and adhere to the frame

Stamped and colored my friends and fussy cut them out, adhered with liquid glue and some use foam dots added to the stamped scene.

Other Supplies: YNS-Aquarium Antics, Liquid Glue, Foam Dots, Copic Markes, Clear Cardstock, Memento Black Ink.
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 26, 2018

Bird House Stained Glass

Hello, Diane with you today using a beautiful 

I have 3 very different cards using this die
showing 3 fabulous ways this die can be used.

First is the glitter card, I die cut , then adhered down on a sticker paper,
then sprinkled with a fine white glitter, then colored it in with Copics...easy

Second card was die cut then adhered to a piece of vellum,
flipped over and colored on the back once again with Copics.

The third card, I used Ken Oliver color Burst and water,
then adhered (and trimmed) my die cut to fit.

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Dies also used in the making of these 3 cards were:

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Monday, June 25, 2018

ATC Coins...Going in Circles!!

Welcome back Tutti fans!
June will soon be over, it's hot, hot, hot here in SE Pennsylvania and I'm trying to stay cool in my craft space!   Today, I have a fun project to share using Tutti Designs Dotted Nesting Circles and Butterfly Corner.

In case you haven't heard, there's a new crafting trend...ATC Coins.  Do you remember making ATC/Artist Trading Cards to swap with friends?  Well now, we're swapping Artist Trading Coins!  They're easy to make, embellish and fun to trade with other crafty friends. 

ATC Coins

Most coins I've seen are cut from cardstock but I wanted to make mine a little heavier using chipboard also.  All of the Tutti Design Circle Die Sets...Cross Stitch Nesting, Dotted Nesting, Scalloped Stitched Nesting and Stitched Nesting are great for cutting ATC Coins.

 The 5th circle from the smallest is the one I used for the 2 1/2" diameter coin pieces.  I cut 4 chipboard and 4 patterned paper circles, adhering them together to make 4 ATC Coins.

I adhered paper to the back of each coin to allow for journaling and fussy cut images to use as the embellishments on the front of the coins.

This coin has a large butterfly that I fussy cut from the Butterfly Corner die.
I inked the coin edges and fussy cut images.  The coins all have added dimension with layered butterflies and roses.  I used gold Wink of Stella for sparkle.  I will be sending these off to friends in the near future!
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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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