Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween

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

 I cut out the Happy Halloween die 4 times and used liquid glue to stack together, I did color it once dried using Wink of Stella glitter pen.

I cut out the circles and the ovals I did add a wee bit of orange ink to the edges and then using liquid glue adhered them together 

I added a small green hill to the bottom of the card and added a few Your Next Stamp Gumdrops in the corners

I added a few embellishments and the foam cat I had from my stash

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, October 30, 2018

Trick or Treat

Tomorrow is Halloween...
can you believe it?
Sure seems like October just flew by...

So, in honor of the scariest night of the year,
I have FIVE, (yes five) different Halloween cards to share
using two very fun Tutti Designs dies with you.

The first three cards feature the

I used fun designer papers, and inked a round circle for a moon,
The haunted house itself was cut from a black card stock
for a shadow underneath and a fun print paper.
The little witch is a punch.

The next card was created with scraps of papers that seemed perfect for the

I once again used the 
shadow' effect by cutting from black and then again from orange card stocks.
And here is that little witch punch again!

The third Spooky House card was cut from a purple metallic print paper,
giving it a totally different look from the two cards above.
It was adhered to a Tutti Designs Stitched Square.
A pretty Halloween bow/ribbon were added.

The next two cards use the 'Cooking Witch' die,
I thought it the perfect match for the spooky house I am sure she resides in!
I am sure she is cooking up something to go with her pickled bat wings!

Last card using the 'Cooking Witch' die...
simply made cut from black card stock and added some sequins for bubbles
from her cooking pot!

Well, that's it for me for Halloween this year, hope you enjoyed these fun cards...
I'll be back next Tuesday with some awesome Christmas cards..see ya!!

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for LOTS more fabulous dies!!
Come back tomorrow for lots more Tutti Designs inspiration!

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Monday, October 29, 2018

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen . . .

Happy Monday Friends!
Darlene with you today sharing another fun holiday card
using dies from the Tutti Designs Store.

Don't ask me why, but as I was created the following card, I just started singing Christmas Carols and specifically ... 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen . . . etc. etc.'  So that must be what this beautiful Caroler Family is sharing today!  LOL

The weather here is Ohio has changed to Fall so quickly, I'm hoping that it doesn't turn to Winter quite so fast!  But, we know it is coming and it won't be long before we are all sharing holiday joy.  THAT is what I had on my mind when creating today.  PLUS ... I've combined the Old with the New (I'm referring to the dies I've used!).  That is what I love about dies ... being able to combine them to create the scene that is in my head!!

Today I've used an older die called 'Arched Fir Branch'

TUTTI-123 Arched Fir Branch

along with a newer die called 'Caroler Family'.

TUTTI-469 Caroler Family

I began by die cutting the fir branch from a scrap of white card stock then coloring just the branch using a Spectrum Noir alcohol marker.

To add dimension to my Caroler Family, I've die cut twice from black card stock and glued the panels together.  I also used dimensional tape on the back of my Caroler Family for even more dimension.

To create the 'background' for my winter's night Christmas Caroling, I've cut a panel if white card stock just a bit smaller than my card base and sponged the upper portion using Tim Holtz broken china ink and a large sponge dauber.

I've also created a couple 'snow mounds' for the family to stand in front of by once again using some scraps of white card stock ... cutting them to width and then simply tearing them randomly across the top.

Adhere all the pieces together and VIOLA!

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Tutti Designs basic shapes

Hi everyone, Laurie here sharing a Christmas card set today using some of Tutti Designs basic shape dies.

I began by sponging some oxide ink onto 3 pieces of watercolor paper:

Then I sprinkled on some water and let them dry. I stamped the trees and sentiments on in black, and cut them out with some Tutti basic shapes dies.

First up is the Nesting Dotted Rectangles.

TUTTI-414 Dotted Nesting Rectangles

Then I used the scalloped stitched nesting rectangles. (I also cut one out in black and stuck it in behind for some added interest.)

TUTTI-419 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Circles

And finally I used the Scalloped Stitched Nesting Rectangles.

TUTTI-418 Scalloped Stitched Nesting Rectangles

On each one I added some snow with my gel pen.

Here's a list of the dies I used:

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Bountiful Harvest Wishes

Hello everyone! Jenn here today, sharing a fun Fall themed card I have titled Bountiful harvest Wishes. For this card I have paired some amazing Tutti Designs Dies with beautiful designer papers from Graphic 45.
Dies Used:

The designer paper collection is Children's Hour from Graphic 45 (November)
I started with a 5X7 Kraft card base.
For the inside of the card:
Cut a piece of coordinating cardstock such as the yellow used here to 4 3/4 X 6 3/4 and adhere to the inside. I added some strips to the top and bottom that were cut from the designer paper scraps.
On to the Front:
Use the two largest cross stitched nesting oval dies to cut one  from designer and the second largest size to cut a photo cut away. These were layered using foam adhesive squares.
Cut a piece of coordinating cardstock such as the orange used here to 4 3/4 X 6 3/4. Rough up the edge and ink using a brown distress ink. Adhere to the front of the Kraft card base.
Cut a patterned piece from designer collection to 4 1/2 X 6 1/2, rough the edges and ink them the same way. Adhere centered over the previous. 
Cut 2 of the Floral Orchestra Corners in 2 different coordinating colors. I also cut some butterflies and sentiments from the designer papers. Adhere as shown or in any composition you like. Add a bow and some flowers for an extra pop!

Just look at all the beautiful detail and texture achieved with these amazing dies!!

Thank You for visiting my post today!! I hope you are inspired to get out your tools and supplies and create!!

Be sure to visit the Tutti Designs Store  for all available die cuts in the most recent release along with the full inventory of Tutti Dies.

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Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Brightly Shining

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

I cut out the die 4 times and snipped the inside out of 3 of them 

I added some strips of craft foam to the three I removed the insides

I tried here to show you the thickness, but the photo was hard to take

Once the craft foam dried, I glued them together stacking the one full die and layered the last on top

I then added a ribbon/bow and a few gems
I also cut out the back foil using the die and traced it, I didn't take the picture of that though

I stamped a sentiment onto the bottom of the card base and messed up and so I had to redo it and used the white and layered it over top, sometimes this happens

Supplies: Tutti Designs-Holiday Window, Glue, Craft Foam, Ribbon, Gems, Stamp-sentiment, 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!