Sunday, November 12, 2017

Gift Boxes for Christmas


Today i am sharing a pretty Christmas gift box that i covered made with dies from Becca Feeken's new die set called "Chantilly Paper Lace".  I love to get the most from my dies so today i combined one from the last release and 2 from this new release called Bella Rose Lattice Layering Frame and the Annabelle's Trousseau Layering Frame.  All of them are amazing together but i really had fun creating this sweet box with some of my favorite papers from Maja Designs. 


So to make this you will need the Hemstitch Rectangle for the base in blue.  Then cut just the center of the Bella Rose Lattice die for the lighter snowflake layer.  And on top of that i put just that little edging from the Annabelle's Trousseau layering frame.  These gave the layers a lovely contrast and really made the last center stamped piece stand out.  And since i wanted it to be more Christmas themed I added tiny poinsettia's that i die cut in matching paper and inked around the edges.  And of course lots of pretty rhinestones to make it pretty and magical like the season.


The gorgeous stamp is from a new set of Penny Black christmas stamps and was just perfect to match with the delicate snowflakes in the papers.  I just love when things go together so pretty!!  Can't wait to give this one away to someone special..... 

Have a very wonderful and crafty day!

Teresa

Supply List for you:


Paper: Maja Designs Christmas paper

Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

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Of all the cards that i have made with Becca's new Chantilly Paper Lace dies this is my favorite!  I wanted to make a card with that old fashioned feel of long ago so i chose muted shades of peach and tan and mixed them with an oh so subtle ivory to cut the dies in.  This die set is called 
"Talullah Frill Layering Die and it's also the one i used for the blue box this month.  Isn't it amazing how colors can change the way your projects come out.


Again i can't enough about all the gorgeous details in this die set and how pretty it comes out by adding lots of flowers and pearls to it.  And it's always nice to have a pretty card on hand to send to someone special that you miss talking to.  

Thank you so much for stopping by this week!!

Teresa


Supplies:


Paper: Ivory Cardstock, peach printed paper


Want 2 Scrap- 72 count adhesive pearls in ivory

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Nice to have a Good Friend


Today i am sharing a pretty card that i did with two of the new dies from Becca Feeken.  There is a brand new release that we are sharing all this month of November called Chantilly Paper Lace and I thought it would be good to use some of the other dies in the past release so that you can mix them.  

This was my blog hop die called "Nestabilities Hemstitch Ovals" but i really adore it and had to use it again.  I found a really pretty sentiment in my stash from Penny Black that fit perfectly on the beautiful label so i thought i would keep it simple and add a backround from the Emmeline Treillage die in ivory and tan to make it pop.   


I wanted to use fall colors so i used ivory, tan and a beautiful rich burgundy to frame the dies.  The Good Friends stamp i used with Archival Ink in Sepia and embossed it with clear embossing powder so that the writing would be more defined.  The gorgeous dies really made this card... don't you love it?


And here's a closeup of the stamp and the pretty oval die.  This combo would work so well together with lots of themes.. even Christmas and wedding would be wonderful.

Thanks so much for stopping by and hope to see you back again soon!!

Supplies:

Paper: 
Bazzill Basics Ivory, Tan and Burgandy

Stamp: Penny Black

Ink: Archival Ink in Sepia

Other:  Ivory Tulle, pearl button, adhesive pearls, scissors, paper trimmer




Sunday, October 29, 2017

Lilly Pearl flowers and lace


I am so happy that you stopped by today because i have a really beautiful and easy flower to make with a new die from Becca's Chantilly Paper Lace dies called Lilly Pearl flatfold flower.  These flowers are made just by die cutting the borders and folding along the lines and glueing them together.  I also used the "Breanna's Corset Label die" to attach the flowers on as a base, and then the "Hemstitch Rectangles die set" from the Venise Lace Collection to frame the whole thing. 


It's amazing how wonderful all these dies mix together but then that is how amazing Becca Feeken is when she designs them.  I adore the detail on this flower die and used just a touch of chalk in to darken the paper on the edges and make the designs stand out more to see.  The stamp i used is from Penny Black and fit oh so perfectly on the new Label die.


And here is a closeup of the flowers so that you could see them.  They are really fun to make!

And that's all for my share today with you and hope you day is a really fun crafty one.

Supplies:


Paper: Bazzill Basics in shades of pink

Stamp: Penny Black

Adhesives: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Lace Ribbon, rhinestones by Prima, 

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Chantilly Paper Lace with Tallulah Frill



Good Morning and thank you so much for stopping by.  Today i have a very fancy and very victorian card set that i created for a friend of mine for her birthday.  I used a brand new Spellbinders Chantilly Paper Lace die for this one called "Tallulah Frill" and wow is it ever the prettiest die set.  I started with the card only but then thought i would see how the die set fits on our box and well ... it does!!


The card i made so that the outside design will be more like lace and didn't mat it on a base card.  I then cut the center in white and the tiniest die in the set i cut and put one on both the top and the bottom to frame it a little more.  And i stamped it in a beautiful navy ink to bring out the blues.


And for my box i really had fun.  I used the basic "Mini card/ booklet gift box" set to make the box and then i layered on the Chantilly Paper Lace "Tallulah Frill layering frame die set with the new "Eliza Lace Corners" on the top under the flowers and on the sides over the blue.  It gave it that special over the top lacy victorian look i wanted and i am sure my friend is going to like it and the gift i have to put inside for her.

All the Chantilly Paper lace dies are so pretty and elegant and so fun to use for all of us so be sure and stop back in the weeks ahead for more inspiration from our design team and of course Becca Feeken herself :)  Wow, what a treat that is for each week for all of us....

Have a really wonderful day and have fun crafting :_

Teresa

Supply List:

Shapeabilities Tallulah Frill Layering Frame Small Etched Dies Chantilly Paper Lace Collection by Becca Feeken


Paper:  Blue and white cardstock

Adhesives: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Rhinestones from Want 2 Scrap





Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Blog Hop with Quietfire Design and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Hi everyone-- it's day 3 of our Blog Hop and giveaway with Quietfire Design/ Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.  It's my turn today to share one of my favorite new stamps with Quietfire called "May we all walk".  And it's from a brand new set called "A Bit of Fragrance".  With all the things going on the world today I think this is a perfect sentiment to share with everyone.


For my card i went with a simple layering technique overlapping different colors and layers of dies that coordinated with my flowers and the stamp that i picked.  I used lots of 3D Foam Squares to divide the layers and attach the flowers and a few small adhesive Dodz to attach the ribbon.  And of course to glue all the layers together i used my favorite EZ Runner Permanent Strip tape runner that i couldn't live without.  It's my absolute favorite.


And here is a closeup of the stamp and all the pretty layers i did with the foam squares.  

There are lots of prizes too so be sure and hop on over to the Quietfire Blog and the Scrapbook Adhesives by3L blog today to see more ideas with all the new collections  and get in for a chance to win.....


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