Monday, October 14, 2019

APG Holiday Gift Giving Recipe Holder


This month our team is putting together lots of Christmas Gift ideas to share with you using some of our favorite dies that were released by Becca this season.  For my Recipe Card holder project i chose one of my favorite dies called Brilliante Rondelle.  It's such a gorgeous die it can stand on its own and truly make anything you make that much more gorgeous.


I actually had these recipe cards in my stash so i designed this pocket folder around it so that my sister can keep all her favorite recipes in it for the holidays.  You will need a Scor-pal to make the folds nice and straight but other than that just gorgeous christmas papers and a paper cutter.




If you saw our Blog Hop this month for the Oct Die of the Month you would have seen these cute letters that i used for the front too.  You get the whole set with it so you can make them in any colors that you want and i love that since vowels are always such a hard thing to come by.  I cut all my letters in a matching red and then attached them to an ivory band that i added over the dies.  It was really simple and didn't take long at all and now i have something fun to give as a gift this year already.  

Be sure and stop back all month and into Nov to see what i have to share and also the rest of the APG team.  And don't forget to stop by our guest designer Rajni Chawla and see her gorgeous set for this week.  Her flowers are truly amazing.... 

Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope to see you really soon 



Spellbinders Dies:

Shapeabilities Brillante Rondelle Etched Dies Vintage Treasures by Becca Feeken



Saturday, October 5, 2019

Amazing Paper Grace October Die of the Month Blog Hop



Have you ever needed to make a card and hunted through your stash and found that you could not find a sentiment with the right word?  Well, look no more!  It was out of that frustration that Becca created a sweet set that will accommodate that exact word you are looking for with One Kind Word Alphabet Collage.  

Now you can headline with Sorry, Amazing, Silly, Fierce, Happy, Heaven, Gather, Home, Grow, Friend, Bestie and the list goes on and on.  No need to stick with one word, you can have two - U Rock, Adore U, My Love.

One of the things we share when we share a handmade card, is kindness.  What better way to share that kindness than to put the exact word you mean on the front of the card.  Nothing like getting right to the point! The Alphabet collage is a card in and of itself but the words you can make with the letters that fall out, are priceless.  You can use the 5 x 7 Sentiment Frame or go naked and simply make up your own sentiment.

What i love about this die is that it can be anything that you want it to be.  Any season, any theme and any colors that you want it to be.  You just fill the space and add the sentiment with the letters that go with it.  It's amazing and the possibilities are endless.  You can see the die below and all the pieces that you get with it.  Even cute little flower dies!

It's World Card Making Day today too and the Amazing Paper Grace Creative Team is celebrating with a Giveaway and inspiration for the new October Die of the Month - 
(details at the bottom of my post).




My Project Today:


My project today is a fall themed Thank you card.  I never have enough cards to send out like this so a fall themed one seemed perfect to make with this gorgeous new die.  I went through my stash and found some cute fall papers and stickers that i had put away and this is what i came up with.  Easy peasy!

Supply List:

Paper: Simple Stories Fall Collection
Accessories: Echo Park Hello Fall Stickers

If you want to find out more about the Club - prices, how you sign up and what's included, please look ----; HERE.

If you missed the introduction and want to know more about what inspired the Die of the Month Club, look ----;HERE.

More inspiration is just a click away.  Stop by with each Creative Team Member to see how they manipulated this die to come up with a unique project for you to try!

Visit Kate        - craft2owls.blogspot.com
Visit Joanna   – joannakrog.blogspot.com
Visit Teresa   –  victorianpaperqueen.blogspot.com
Visit Ewelina -  elinaart.blogspot.co.uk
Visit Melissa  – keepsakesbymelissa.blogspot.com 
Visit Becca     – amazingpapergrace.com/blog

For our contest we are giving away 4 Dies of the Month that include any month up to and including the September Die of the Month.  All you have to do is leave a comment on each Creative Team Members Blog for more chances to win.  In your comment tell us what word are you itching to put on your card? 

We’ll pool all the comments from all the blogs together and randomly pick four.  The giveaway is open to anyone in the world and the winners will be picked on the Amazing Paper Grace Blog on October 9th. See the Amazing Paper Grace Blog for Giveaway Rules.

We can’t wait to see what you make with these exclusive dies – be sure to post your creation on the Amazing Paper Grace Die of the Month page ------; HERE or on Instagram using the hashtag #AmazingPaperGraceClubKit                                  

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Just a simple Thank you


It's been really fun this month showing you all the new dies that Becca created for her brand new Candlewick Collection.  Each of them has amazing details and this newest die is no exception.  The die i used to create my card  today with is called "Candlewick Canopy".  For me this die can be used to frame sentiments or be cut up and used as both a top or bottom on say an oval die. 

For my card I am sharing,  i mixed this new die with one of the older Shadowbox ovals called "Lisette Oval Shadowbox die".  This started me with a pretty base to add my new die on top of.  I cut and embossed it 2x to make it thicker and stand out really nicely.  The base is a printed vellum with tiny flowers in ivory and on top of that i added a simple border of peachy pink and ivory to match.  The simple base of the card makes the details in the die stand out that much more and it needs only a simple sentiment and a flower to finish it.



 I love this die so much and you could use the smaller piece to shadow underneath the top or bottom or even add it to the sides.  It's so pretty and delicate and it cuts so good!.


Be sure and stop by on our blog hop this Sat to show the newest Die of the Month and also you can see designs from our newest Guest Designer Rajni Chalwla.  She is sharing lots of gorgeous projects on Becca's blog this week so be sure and stop over for a peek if you get the chance!


Thank you for stopping by to see what's new...
Teresa

Supplies

Spellbinders:

Shapeabilities Lisette Oval Shadowbox Frame Etched Dies Shadowbox by Beeca Feeken


Paper: Bazzill Basics Paper - Vellum
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Ink: Tsukineko Versafine Onyx Black Ink

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Happy Birthday Money Card


 Happy Sunday to all of you and thank you so much for taking the time to stop over today.  I am sharing another of the newest dies by Becca Feeken and Spellbinders called "Candlewick Lace Card Front".  This is such a wonderful die to use because it's so easy to make a card or like i did a money envelope.  The die is so intricate and beautiful and it cuts like butter.  

Inside of the card it folds up and i cut the same piece and added the white on white to make a pocket to add a few dollars for a special persons birthday.  I hope she likes it.






And to this amazing die i also added the new "Rosebud Etched Die" by Becca Feeken.  With this die you can make those gorgeous buds in whatever size and color that you need for your projects.  I created a white rose and then chalked it with ink to make it match my card.  Oh and that cute little Candlewick swirl comes in the set.  I really love this new line and all the things that you can create with it.  I hope you do too so be sure and check out the whole line HERE <<<<<


Have a really wonderful Sunday and i hope you are doing something crafty today!

Hugs and Smiles.... Teresa

Supplies:

Spellbinders:

Shapeabilities Candlewick Lace Card Front Etched Dies Candlewick Sampler Collection by Becca Feeken

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Sending Birthday Wishes your way


Today i am sharing another one of the brand new dies just released by Becca Feeken and Spellbinders called Exquisite Topper.  I wanted to do something really different for this card so i cut the layers in different colors of cardstock and then glued them over the top of each other to make a waterfall of lace.  And to keep the waterfall going but not distract from it i added an ivory one at the bottom.


You can see all the beautiful detail in this die and how fun it is to use as a cut out and also mix the colors.  You all know aqua is one of my favorites so i guess that is why i love this so much.


Here is a picture of the die.  If you had the chance to hop with us on the blog hop this month you would have seen lots of fun ideas to use this die.  It's really gorgeous and the detailing is just amazing.



To close my card i made a slide on ribbon closure with a sentiment in the center.  The sentiment is from Penny Black and fits this card perfect!!  Can't wait to mail it out. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today and have a wonderful rest of the week.

Teresa

Supplies:

Spellbinders

Shapeabilities Candlewick Exquisite Topper Etched Dies Candlewick Sampler Collection by Becca Feeken

Paper: Bazzill Paper from JoAnns craft store
Ribbon: double sided aqua satin  
Stamp:  Penny Black

Sunday, September 22, 2019

A Special Gift for you


Who couldn't resist to get a gift purse for a special occasion?  I know i love them so when i saw this new die called Candlewick Petticoats i new that it would really make up pretty. 

My first step was to measure from side to side so that i could see how wide i needed to create the purse.  Then i  made a small rectangle box the same width to put my gift in.  The black paper i folded over the box and scored it to fit and then did the same for the top.  For the dies i cut one in black to blend in on the bottom and one in white for the top to layer over a piece of grey and white.


Here is the die set with all the pieces ....


After i glued on all the pieces of the purse i added a thin handle to fit.  I had some really pretty white satin ribbon and to that i created a white rose with the new Candlewick Rosebud die set.  It was super easy to just dampen the paper and use a stylus to skrunch it up a bit and then when it was dry i glued it all together and added the leaves and that adorable candlewick flourish.  So cute!!

I think i might make some matching stationery to go into this with a gift card for Christmas.  It won't be that long to start shopping and i will be that much farther ahead.

Have a really nice day and thank you for stopping by today!

Teresa
Supplies:

Spellbinders:

Shapeabilities Candlewick Petticoats Etched Dies Candlewick Sampler Collection by Becca Feeken

Shapeabilities Candlewick Rosebud Etched Dies Candlewick Sampler Collection by Becca Feeken

Paper:  Bazzill black and white
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

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