Sunday, November 17, 2019

Tutti Designs joins Hochanda this Tuesday!




🍭😍 Tutti Designs join Hochanda!
Join us at 12pm & 4pm as we launch Tutti Designs on Hochanda with Julia Watts Crafts! Tune in for a selection of beautiful dies which will be sure to compliment your next craft project. We can't wait to see you there! #Hochanda #Craft #New


In the USA, the online airing times will be 7 AM EST and 11 AM EST

ALSO, please stop back  HERE on that date when
we will be celebrating this event with a DT BLOG HOP.
You'll be able to see WHO created the beautiful
samples showcased on the show and have a chance to win a $25 store voucher!
Hope you'll come join in our HOP!


Friday, November 15, 2019

Tutti Silver Christmas Bells


Laurie here with a Christmas card today!

I had lots of fun with this one! First I started by cutting out my all time favorite die from Tutti...the Arched Fir Branch. It's so stunning...and the detail is gorgeous. I cut it out in green and added some tiny red snowflakes I had left over from another project.


TUTTI-123 Arched Fir Branch


 Then I cut out the Christmas Bells in red and silver foil. I did some paper piecing before I adhered it to my card base. Then I stamped the sentiment and added an enamel dot.





TUTTI-583 Christmas Bells


Here's a list of the dies I used:




You'll find more inspiration on our other Tutti Designs sites:


Have a great day!

Laurie



Thursday, November 14, 2019

Festive Z-Fold Card by Jenn DuBell

Hello everyone! Jenn here sharing another fun card made with the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!
Today I have created a card with a Z-Fold style that can stand up when unfolded.



 The dies used to create this card:

Poinsettia Arrangement



 

Combining staple dies such as the Cross Stitch Nesting Ovals Set with more intricate dies like the Poinsettia Arrangement is a great way to create beautiful paper projects.

For this card I created a Z-Fold base from a dark red cardstock. Then I added panels of designer papers to the front and inside of the card.

To create all the beauty I added the following die cuts:
1 - large Cross Stitch Nesting Oval in dark red
1 - Medium Cross Stitch Nesting Oval in Kraft cardstock 
1- Small Cross Stitch Nesting Oval cut from a white scrap from the same designer papers.

To make the Poinsettia detail I cut the Poinsettia Arrangement die twice, once in green and the other in red.The red poinsettias and berries were cut and layered onto the green die cut to create the full image.


Assemble the die cuts as shown in the following photos.
A festive sentiment was stamped on the medium kraft oval die cut (above) as well as the white front oval (below). These were stamped in black ink, coated in clear embossing powder and set with a heat tool.


For an added bit of sparkly cheer I applied liquid pearls in white to the middle of my poinsettias.

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.

You'll find more inspiration on our other Tutti Designs sites:
 

Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!

Thanks! 
Jenn


Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Hello Summer Stitched Rectangles


  Hello again! I am here to share my card with you.  
Using the wonderful Tutti Designs Dies.





I started out, stamping and coloring my Vacation Santa stamping the Merry Christmas.  


Then I cut out the dies, the Hello Summer die I colored with copic markers too and snipped out the parts I used. 



I glued the red white cardstock onto the pattern paper those glasses make me smile.  Cute right!


I adhered the tree and umbrellas here and there using some liquid glue.


Think I want to be with this vacation Santa soon.


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, November 12, 2019

Flower Hope

Hello Tutti friends, Diane here with you on this fine Tuesday morning
with a bit of Flower Hope.

My first card I die cut my hope flower twice,
once from green and the second from peach,
then trimming off the flower and piecing it on.
I used the Scalloped Ovals for my flower to 'rest' on and added a few
glitter hearts.


For the next card, I embossed a background,
then die cut from white and colored in with Copics...easy peasy!


The last card I adhered scraps of designer paper to card stock
then die cut with the Scalloped Stitched Rectangles,
I turned this flower on its side for a different approach for using this die.



TUTTI-434 Flower Hope

Make sure to visit the Tutti Designs Store (link below)
for LOTS more fabulous dies!!
Come back tomorrow for more Tutti Designs inspiration!

and here are some Tutti Designs quick links:


Thank you for visiting with me today!

Monday, November 11, 2019

Oh Deer!

Hello Dear Friends!
 Darlene with you today and I've created yet another Christmas card using some old AND new dies from the Tutti Design Store.  I am having SO MUCH fun with these holiday dies.  This time around, I decided to create a shaker card.
 
 
 
The dies I have used on today's creation are:
 
 
TUTTI-581 Deer Forest Landscape
 

 
 
 
I'm not very good at making shaker cards but I'll keep trying!
Here's are a few steps I took on today's creation . . .
 
After die cutting several 'frames' using the Scalloped Stitched Nesting Squares,
I repurposed a panel of 'die packaging' and adhered between the top two frames
to create my window.   
 

I then added dimensional tape to my frame which will
give me the dimension I need to create my snowy scene.


 I die cut a solid piece of white card stock using the largest 
square die then inked it up to create the background sky.
I have used a die I had in my stash to make the background 'forest'
for my deer.  Then die cut it to length with the same square die
so it would fit perfectly.


 

Here's another peek at the finished card.
 
 
 Please be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store
and check out all of the fabulous dies available.

Need more inspiration? 
The team has something new to share on the Tutti Designs Blog  
EVERY DAY MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY!  

Pop in often and see for yourself ... what a talented group of designers!!
For your convenience, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:
 
Wishing you all an AMAZING day ahead! 
As always, thanks SO MUCH for taking the time to stop by! 
 

Friday, November 8, 2019

Tutti Deer Forest Landscape


Hi Tutti fans!

Laurie here with a Christmas card in blue and white. There's something about that color combo that I just love. So crisp and wintery!

I cut out the Gifts Under the Tree in blue....


TUTTI-131 Gifts Under The Tree

then added the Deer Forest Landscape in white underneath.

TUTTI-581 Deer Forest Landscape

I adhered it all onto the dotted nesting rectangle cut out in white. Then I added a few pearls and stamped the sentiment at the bottom.


Here's a list of the dies I used:




You'll find more inspiration on our other Tutti Designs sites:


Thanks for stopping by!

Laurie



Thursday, November 7, 2019

A Merry Little Square Easel Card by Jenn

Hello everyone, Jenn here today with another fun little card using the amazing Tutti Designs Dies! Last week I showed you a round easel card and this week I have made a square version. These are just so fun and simple enough to make several at a time!
This is a 4" X 4" square card that only requires a few items to create.
Start with the die cuts using:
These dies are a staple in my die collection. Tutti also has sets in circles, rectangles, tags, and others.
Use the two largest dies to cut 2 patterned and 1 focal image from designer papers.
Set these aside and create the base as follows:
Kraft cardstock - 4" X 8"
Lay on score board and score at 2" and 4".
Fold in half and then fold the two inch score line down.


From solid cardstock cut a 3 3/4" X 3 3/4" for the front matte.
Set aside and complete the inside first.
Cut a piece of solid cardstock (red here) to 3 5/8 X 3 5/8. Adhere to the inside panel as shown. Follow with the patterned die cut square and the sentiment piece.
Cut a sentiment from designer paper such as the Christmas one here. Adhere it to thick chipboard or use foam adhesive squares to create the stand.
Next adhere the matte, die cut square and die cut focal image to the front only attaching the bottom portion to the bottom two inch fold.

For a final touch create a belly band using scraps and add a bow and flower along with a small sentiment cut out as shown.

These are very fun and simple to create! They can even be made by using up all of your scraps and leftovers.
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.

You'll find more inspiration on our other Tutti Designs sites:
 

Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!

Thanks! 
Jenn