Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Bendi Card

 This month at Die Cut Diva's is our great sponsor is-


and our theme is Masculine/Men/Boys!

Here is my project-



This is the first Bendi card I've ever made, and I followed a tutorial out of a British magazine called Cardmaking & Papercrafting. I had to change a few things to suit my taste, but it's definitely a guy card. Here are the materials I used to make this card-
  1. Dies: truck (Impression Obsession), clouds (Impression Obsession), grass (Frantic Stamper), hills (Frantic Stamper Stitched Scene Builders, or these), banner (My Favorite Things), trees, sun (Cricut).
  2. Paper: solid greens, sky (Michaels), big dotted, striped cardstock (Coordination Brights), trees, clouds, truck, clouds (scrap stash).
  3. Stamp: sentiment (Stampendous Birthday Assortment).
I love the way it sets up and doesn't fall down, and I put the white backing on so I can write a note to the recipient.

Thanks for visiting!

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Trucks at Dies R Us!

Welcome to September, and our sponsor this month at Die Cut Diva's is-

and our theme is Masculine/Men/Boys!

Here is my project-


My husband is a gear head. Which means a lot of our friends are gear heads, so an old truck on a birthday card is pretty cool to them. They LOVE the riveted metal look. In fact I made 50 car cards for a gal who wanted plenty of guy cards. I asked her how long she thought the cards would last, and she guessed maybe 2 years! Whew!

Here are the materials I used:
  1.  Dies: truck (Frantic Stamper, Bob's Truck), sentiment (Lawn Fawn Happy Birthday Border Die).
  2.  Paper: gold, silver (Tim Holtz Kraft-Core metallic collection 6 x 6; black, light teal, teal cardstock.
  3. Embossing Folder: Riveted Metal (Tim Holtz Sizzix Texture Fades). 
 Thanks for visiting!

Monday, September 4, 2017

FCCB Challenge #309-Back to School

 Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!


Challenge #309-Back to School
Create a project that features anything about school

This Weeks Sponsor




The prize is 4 digital stamps!

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.

Here is my project:


I just love this image from Bugaboo Stamps! I like the fact that I can put anything in the text box and make it fit any school related activity. Here are the materials I used in this card-
  1. Image: Deacon School Sign It (Bugaboo Stamps), colored with Prismacolor pencils.
  2. Cricut Cut: pencil (Simply Charmed), scrap stash cardstock.
  3. Stamp: sentiment (School Time, Papertrey Ink).
  4. Paper: patterned paper (Echo Park-Paper & Glue Back to School).
  5. Die: zigzag border die (Tim Holtz Stitched Dies Rectangles).
It's real easy to use your Cricut to add great elements to your digital images-give it a try!

Thanks for visiting.

Friday, September 1, 2017

With Sympathy

Welcome to September, and our sponsor at Die Cut Diva's is-

and our theme is Masculine/Men/Boys!

Here is my project-


I had to whip up a quick card for my husband, who needed a card for a co-worker who had just lost his mom. So I went with black and gold (very masculine colors), and didn't make it too complicated.

Here are the materials I used:
  1. Dies: sentiment (Cottage Cuts-but these would work as well),  flowers (Tim Holtz Mixed Media 2, or you could use these.)
  2. Paper: gold kraft cardstock (Tim Holtz Alterations Metallic Kraft Core), black cardstock. 
Thank you for visiting.