My son's birthday is next month. And for inspiration, I enjoy my Silhouette Cameo when it comes to making shape cards. This pop up card is a Lori Whitlock file in the online Silhouette store; the measuring tape is from a separate file. I designed the ruler, his name plate, small piece of string to look like twine, some splatters to look like stains and the best part, a honey-do list tacked to the bench front; I enlisted his wife to let me know some of the projects she wants completed in their new home. The paper is Stampin'Up! crumb cake, real red and shiny silver for tools.
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I made this card last night for a former co-worker's wife who was diagnosed with breast cancer. The stamp is Hello Doily background stamp and the others are from the set Strength & Hope. The colors are Pretty in Pink and Regal Rose. All materials are Stampin' Up!
Life's simple beauty can be found all around you and the ocean is one of my favorite spots!
This is a card I designed on a rainy day in Charleston. The materials are all Stampin' Up! except for the nautilus shell/saying by Close To My heart. This is a side split easel card and the shells were fussy cut to hold the flap while up.
These first two pots have a rose pattern cut out for decoration.
Tea Pots are a current theme and here are a few I made today. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut our the 'parts' then decorated in different ways. The saying and embellishments can be changed to suit your need.
Good Tuesday morning! Another card in a box, which I love..
The papers are by Stampin'Up! and the castle, carriage and horse are cutting files on my Silhouette Cameo. I'm thinking a cute card for my granddaughter's 3rd birthday in May.
I can't help myself! These card in a box turn out so nice and your imagination is the limit for decorating. This one uses Zoo Babies stamp set by Stampin'Up! and all other materials are also Stampin'Up! To keep from having to cut the animals, I used my Silhouette Cameo to print and cut them...thanks for stopping by.
This is my take on the newest thing, a card in a box. Everything is StampinUp. I really like this card because it is pretty easy to make and it gives a lot of surprise to the recipient! I plan on making more of these; instructions are all over Pinterest.
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This is my take on a tutorial at the Silhouette site; it was so cute I had to make it. Everything was cute and printed in Silhouette using white sticker paper for the snowflakes, Stampin'Up papers for everything else and a little fuzzy ball thing for the end of the hat. For the hat and scarf, I used stickles to pop them out. If you can't tell from the picture, those are ear muffs under the hat. THANKS for stopping by....
Well, I said it would be Christmas more than usual! This is your basic pillow box cut using my Silhouette Cameo then and I embellished using the Stampin'Up framelits, stamp and Tim Holtz die for the poinsettia which I used printed paper then water colored in Stampin'Up markers cherry cobbler and old olive.
Feeling better now and on to Valentine cards....this doesn't mean there won't be any more Christmas cards as I am planning to enter the Pee Dee Artisan Market in November in Florence, SC for a one day event...wish me luck!
This is a card I designed for a friends grandson, John. Although the papers and stamp are by Stampin'Up, I used my Silhouette Cameo to print and cut the whale then added the sentiment. Stampin'Up has begun making SVG files that can be converted and used in Silhouette (that is why the whale is larger than the regular stamp itself) I used Zig clear wink of Stella glitter pen to pop out the hearts and water spout. THANKS for stopping by....