Thursday, July 19, 2018

Altered Box

The challenge at Die Cut Divas is sponsored by Dies R Us for July.  The challenge is anything but a card.  And the prize is a $10 Voucher.

   $10 Voucher Prize!!!


Here is my project:

Front


Back

 This is how it looked like before-


This box used to contain Candy Cane lotion, and I couldn't bear to throw it out, so I altered it! I think that I'll put peppermints in it for my husband to set on his desk at work! Here is the material list-
  1. Dies:  cream labels (Spellbinders Labels 9), poinsettia (Spellbinders Poinsettia, but these would work as well).
  2. Other: ribbon (American Craft), poinsettia stickers, cream, red, and green cardstock (scrap stash).
It's real easy to alter items, just add dies!

Monday, July 9, 2018

Challenge- #330-Baby

Challenge #330-Baby
Make a project that is all about a baby!

This Weeks Sponsor

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The winner will receive a $10 Gift Certificate!

To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!

Here is my project-
 
and in the back a gift card!
 
 
Here is the material list for this card-
  1. Cricut cuts: onesie (Nine Months, cut at 5 1/4" wide, 6 3/4" tall), heart (Cricut Access Shapes).
  2. Paper: purple baby paper (DJ Inkers), blue dot (Bo-Bunny), black cardstock.
Before assembling, make a slit in back for gift card to be inserted. Glue only the very outer edges so gift card isn't difficult to insert. So easy!




Make sure you enter to win that great gift certificate from Canvas Corp!

Thursday, July 5, 2018

House Ornaments


The challenge at Die Cut Divas is sponsored by Dies R Us for July.  The challenge is anything but a card.  And the prize is a $10 Voucher.

   $10 Voucher Prize!!!


Here is my project:






I made these for my nieces to remember their pets by. Anna still has her collie, but Amanda just lost her pet bunny, Pez. These can be used as decorations, or ornaments on their Christmas trees. Here is a list of materials used to make these ornaments-
  1. Dies: tiny houses (Tim Holtz Alterations, Sizzix), grass (Frantic Stamper), clouds (Impression Obsession), fence (Spellbinders Wrought Iron, but these would work as well), bunny, collie, dog dish (Cricut Pet Shop).
  2. Paper: chipboard, white, blue cardstock.
  3. Other: gold wire edged ribbon.
Have a great day!

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Die Cut Diva's Anything but a Card Challenge!

The challenge at Die Cut Divas is sponsored by Dies R Us for July.  The challenge is anything but a card.  And the prize is a $10 Voucher.

   $10 Voucher Prize!!!


Here is my project:


These are so simple to make-it's just like an easel card, with a post it note pad as the stopper. The card stock needs to be heavier to give it some "heft", and I used some older CTMH purple over white. The blue/purple background to the calendar is alcohol inks and Yupo, and the hydrangea stamp & die is from Ellen Hutson, embossed with white powder over blue/purple Brusho'd watercolor paper. I made one for each of my classmates in my water aerobics class.

You can find so many great flower and die stamps to make this your own at Dies R Us!

Monday, June 25, 2018

Challenge #329-Patriotism

Challenge #329-Patriotism
Make a project that symbolizes Patriotism in any country!

This Weeks Sponsor



Dreaming Tree SVG's

The winner will receive a $10 Gift Certificate!

To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!

Here is my project-





with light-



This is a Dreaming Tree file called Rocket Lantern, and was very easy to use after I learned a couple of things! The only thing you have to do with the SVG file is attach the score lines, so that when you cut the lantern pieces the score lines match up! Dreaming Tree tells you exactly how to do that here. So I cut, glued, and assembled until I got the rocket and base done. I chose to make sparklers for my decorations instead of metallic pipe cleaners, so I flattened the Sparkler from Summer Celebrations, made a mirror image, then printed and cut them. There are six sparklers with 6 mirror images. I thought that by gluing them together they would stand up by themselves-NOT! So I took some black wire I had and glued it to the back of the sparkler, then went through the holes and taped the wire down. Don't finish the bottom of the base until everything else is done! But i like the way the sparklers turned out! I did order the same tealight that Dreaming Tree uses, and they are awesome! After the 4th of July I'll use the tealight in something else so I can enjoy it.






Make something Patriotic to win a $10 gift certificate to Dreaming Tree!


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Cats!

This month at Die Cut Diva's, our challenge is Pets or animals. Lots of things to choose from! Our sponsor is the always wonderful Frantic Stamper!




 and the prize is this die set worth $20!


Here is my project-


These are going to be purr-fect for my cat loving friends! Here is the material list-

  1. Dies: cats (Feline, by Penny Black), fishtail flags (My Favorite Things),
  2. Paper: cat fur (KaiserCraft Pawfect Collection, 12 x 12 double sided), dark brown, tan cardstock (scrap stash).
  3. Stamp: sentiments (Smitten Kitten, Sugar Pea Design), Rich Cocoa Memento ink.
  4. Other: ribbon (beige sheer ribbon, American Crafts), paw print stickers (unknown).
Thanks for visiting!

Monday, June 11, 2018

Challenge #328-Father's Day

 Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!


Challenge #328-Father's Day
Make a project about Father's Day

The FCCB Design Team is sponsoring a $25 gift card at

Amazon!

To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!


Here is my project-

A friend of mine makes cards for some of the local nursing homes, and I thought I would join in with some fast and classy cards for Father's Day. Here is my material list-
 
Football card
  1. Cricut Cut: Father's Day Card - Football.
  2. Paper: Recollection green, yellow cardstock.
Glasses & Tie Card
  1. Cricut Cut: glasses & tie dad (Simple Holiday Cards)
  2. Paper: grey circles (DCWV Black Currant Stack), white cardstock.
Golf Card
  1. Cricut Cut: golfer (Summer Celebrations).
  2. Paper: black, white, red, beige cardstock.
I hope that these will brighten someones day.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

'Cuz you're Pawsome

This month at Die Cut Diva's, our challenge is Pets or animals. Lots of things to choose from! Our sponsor is the always wonderful Frantic Stamper!




 and the prize is this die set worth $20!


Here is my project-


I always need animal themed cards, since so many friends and family love their pets. Here is the material list for this card-
  1. Dies: Sweet Pea (Frantic Stamper) and leash (Doggy Accessories by Frantic Stamper), colored with Copics, rounded banner (Lil' Inkers Design, but any wide banner will work).
  2. Stamp: sentiment (Terrific Terriers by Newtons Nook), Versamark Ink, white embossing powder.
  3. Paper: black & cream patterned (Devoted Collection, Authentique), black, cream stripe from stash.
Make sure to enter for a chance to win that cute puppy die!