The simplest card can be made by using beautiful paper. A little die cut embellishment, flower and Art Deco lady add to make a fairy tale like themed card. This paper is from a Tattered Lace magazine.
I made this box and decorated it with diecuts from Tattered Lace and Spellbinders. It worked out really nicely and a little different from what I imagined - so I was pleased.
This card was made with the Tattered Lace trifold die and Bella die. Added bling, butterflies and wax paint were added to the delicate colors
This card was made with a Tattered Lace Bella Die. She is just gorgeous. I added various embellishments including glitter, wax paint and butterflies.
A screen card made with Tattered Lace Art Deco ladies. I made a black shadow lady under each to create the shadow you see here. I used wax polish paint on embossed paper and Spellbinders frames for the embellishments on each side.
These teacups are made with the Sizzix tea cup steel die. The flowers are also Sizzix small flowers combined to form the ones shown here.
Using Tattered Lace shoe and lady dies I created this card. I made the screen card by using punches at the top and bottom to create the screen.
This card was made by embossing cardstock and coloring with wax paint and glitters. The main die is Tattered Lace and I used a variety of embossing folders.
A lot of time is spent on experimenting with materials. Here I have used die cuts and embossing with various powders and polishes. Method is also important and it, too, needs practice.
I live Laurel Burch products. The bright colors are so cheerful and the funny faces delightful. I purchased the stamps and matching dies and had fun with Tombow markers. I made this little folder with other cuts on the inside too. Nice gift for all.
This tag was made with two pieces of fabric sandwiching cardstock. The material glued together is fed through the Big Shot using a tag die. The result is very nice. Fun to use as tags for gifts or for marking a box or a craft container.
I am having fun with embossing powders to color my dies. I find it very effective for color filling. This is a delightful Laurel BUrch dog die cut.
I crafted a box to contain a gift. Decorated with Art Deco cuts and a cute shoe die cut fromTattered Lace.
My craft for the day was making these two purses as a gift for a friend. I used all in the hoop designs for the zipper purse and the USB purse. Both are Pickle Pie Designs.
There are never enough stickers for kids to use on their crafts. These were made with small die cuts which were then painted with glitter. I fed them through a Xyron sticker maker to get them ready. Doing this used up all the small paper cuts collected in the craft room. Stickers can also be "glittered" by the kids who will use them.
Sewing, machine embroidery, paper-craft, and stamping are my hobbies. At the moment die-cutting paper craft is my favorite, and I am sharing my projects with you on this website.