Posts Tagged ‘glitter paper’

Die – Namite Optional Blog Hop

Welcome to our Die-namite Blog Hop!  We will be feature a variety of Thin Cut dies that are on sale this month.

If you have come here from Darlys Recker’s Blog , you are on the right path! The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way all around.  If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melinda’s Blog.  To visit each blog for some great ideas just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next one! Here we go! 

Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Basic Stars Thin Cuts, Celebrate Thin Cut, Silver Glitter paper, Clear Sparkles, Bitty Sparkles, and White Daisy Cards & Envelopes.

This card was so much fun to make. I cut out the star dies and adhered them temporarily to the card. Then I used sponge daubers with ink to add color to the die. The magic happens when I remove the star dies for a very cool card!

Now “Hop” on over to Krista Hershberger’s Blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the consultants at their blogs to get some great crafting ideas!

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New Product Blog Hop (Spring/Summer 2014)

If you have already started the hop, you should be coming from Maria Myers.

Hoo-ray! Birthday Layout by Wendy Kessler

Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Make It From Your Heart Volume 1 (Pattern 4), Ariana Paper Packet, Lollydoodle Paper Packet, Ivy Lane Paper Packet, Pink Glitter Paper, Lollydoodle Complements, Lollydoodle Assortment, Sparkle Flourishes, White Daisy Cardstock, Cotton Candy Washi Tape (retired), Flamingo Dots, Cricut Art Philosophy Collection, Corner Rounder, and 3D Foam Tape.

This layout is a great example of how you can mix and match all the paper packs and embellishments!  Who would have thought that Ariana, Ivy Lane, and Lollydoodle could all be used together?!?  What I really used were all the scraps left over after completing the Workshop on the Go Kits for each of these papers.  I am very pleased with this layout of “scraps”!  I cut the number with using Art Philosophy, layered it with Washi Tape, and trimmed the edges.  I used this same technique for the polka dot border on the top.  Sorry, I keep forgetting that the Cotton Candy Washi Tape is retired; I just really like it!  For this layout you could substitute another Washi Tape.  There are many that would coordinate.

Sheila Bennett is your next stop!

Click here for a complete list of participants.

Lollydoodle Layout – A Giggle a Day

Lollydoodle Layout by Wendy Kessler

Supplies used: Make It from Your Heart™ Vol. 2: Pattern 10, Lollydoodle Paper Packet, Paper Fundamentals, Pink Glitter Paper, Lollydoodle My Stickease, Flamingo Dots, Washi Tape (I guess what I used is retired but you could substitute others) and cardstock (Juniper and Twilight).

I started this layout with the leftover B&T papers and embellishments from the Lollydoodle WOTG Kit and then added a bunch of the many new products like the Paper Fundamentals and Pink Glitter Paper!

Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to check out all the other great artwork in our New Product Blog Hop!

Artbooking Layout Series – Spooky 1

Halloween Layout by Wendy KesslerSupplies used: CTMH Artbooking Cricut CollectionCTMH Brown & Tan Glitter Paper, CTMH Black Cardstock, and (I think) We R Memory Keepers Glitter Brads.

I just love all the bling on this simple page.  And just in case there wasn’t enough I added a couple glitter brads. 😉

Click here to see all the layouts that I have completed so far.

Visit my website to purchase the amazing Artbooking Cricut Collection!

Artbooking Layout Series – School 2

Think, Grow, Learn Layout by Wendy KesslerSupplies used: CTMH Artbooking Cricut Cartridge, CTMH Art Philosophy Cartridge, CTMH Paper (retired), CTMH Cardstock (Outdoor Denim, Indian Corn Blue), and Brown & Tan Glitter Paper.

I had already ripped up what was left of the paper I used to cut the photo mats into scraps.  If I hadn’t, this would have been an easy way to find the placement for the numbers and letters that I wanted to cut out of glitter paper.  I only had scraps and who wants to waste that much paper cutting the whole thing anyway.   Since I didn’t have the paper, I “cut” the photo mat without any paper on my Cricut mat.  I could then see where it had cut and was able to line up my scrap where it needed to be and repeat the cut.  I really wanted to add embellishments to this page but I just couldn’t because it really looks great as is.

Click here to see all the layouts that I have completed so far.

Visit my website to purchase the amazing Artbooking Cricut Collection!