Hi there blog friends! Today I’m joining in on the JustRite Papercraft December new release Blog Hop. I’m kind of excited because today they are showing one of my new dies and one of my new stamps sets. My first card uses a nice flourish die called Heirloom Flourish Die One that I designed and JustRite Papercraft is now carrying. This is a small single die and it’s nice on your wallet too . . . I used it to embellish other dies in my stash for a ‘new look’ – you know what I mean :-) It adds such an elegant touch to the clean classic Spellbinders Elegant Labels Four Spellbinders Labels Sixteen and Spellbinders Rose Creations I used in my card.
Here’s your Step By Step Recap of die cuts and layers, from the bottom up: Start out with a Green Card Base 6″ tall by 6″ wide, foam tape, kraft matting layer cut to design paper matting layer cut to 5-3/4″ x 5-3/4″, design paper layer cut to 5-5/8″ x 5-5/8″, foam tape, die cut layers using Elegant Labels Four (cut a sliver out of middle to make panel 5-1/4″ tall). foam tape, die cut layer using Labels Sixteen, die cut layer using labels Heirloom Flourish Die One. The three buds are made using Rose Creations. As always, cut everything first then stack. Position ribbon, pearls and bow on correct layer, admire, then glue!
|CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED
|Rubber Stamps: JustRite Papercraft – Birthday Vintage Labels Four
Craft Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Natural White 80lb Cardstock, Bazzill, My Minds Eye
Ink: Amuse – Eucalyptus
Accessories: Heirloom Flourish Die One, Spellbinders Elegant Labels Four, Spellbinders Labels Sixteen, Spellbinders Rose Creations, Recollection Pearls, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Grand Calibur Die Cut Machine
For my second card I’m using Elegant Celebrations, it has a lovely border and wide one and two liner sentiments that fit in several dies as well as across the bottom of your card. So many people ask me to point out samples they can use for Anniversary Cards – it’s the most requested card by my readers, so I created this set. My 31st wedding anniversary would have been the day before yesterday so while I was making the sample I sure thought of what sweet things I could say. I hope you’ll enjoy – you’d be pressed to find these sweet sentiments elsewhere – you can preview the new sets HERE. For this card I reached for Spellbinders Curved Borders Two, Spellbinders Corner Flourish and Spellbinders Fancy Framed Tags One.
Here’s your Step By Step Recap of die cuts and layers, from the bottom up: Start out with a Card Base 7″ wide by 5″ tall, foam tape, white layer cut to 4-7/8″ tall by 6-7/8″ wide, foam tape, adhere four Corner Flourishes on the back of the next layer and piece heart from flourish in the gap in the center, silver layer cut to 4-1/8″ tall by 6-1/8″ wide, stamped layer cut to 4″ tall by 6″ wide, foam tape, die cut layer made by cutting decorative edge of Curved Borders twice, foam tape, die cut layer made by cutting clean edge of Curved Borders twice, foam tape, die cut layer using Fancy Framed Tags One. As always, cut everything first, then stack. Position ribbon, pearls, button and bow on correct layer, admire, then glue!
|CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED
|Rubber Stamps: JustRite Papercraft – Elegant Celebrations
Craft Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80lb Cardstock, DCWV Silver Foil Ink: Versamark and Silver Embossing Powder
Accessories: Spellbinders Curved Borders Two, Spellbinders Corner Flourish, Spellbinders Fancy Framed Tags One, Recollection Pearls, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Button, Grand Calibur Die Cut Machine
For more inspiration using these new sets, the designers have worked up stunning samples; be sure to pop in and see what they made :-)
JustRite Inspiration • Becca Feeken • Debbie Olson • Marisa Job • Eva Dobilas • Kristi Schurr • Heidi Blankenship • Darsie Bruno • Sheri Holt • Michele Kovack • Kazan Clark • Angela Barkhouse
Hugs to you all, I have the most wonderful readers and love reading your comments with hints of what’s going on in your life. No worries if you are quiet here, I adore you no matter what and appreciate that you stop by in the midst of your busy day. Always grateful…