Jun 20, 2018

Gears Galore

Hello Everyone!
Monica here and I'm back with a quick and simple masculine card.
I don't know about the rest of you but I struggle a great deal with masculine cards. My go to for masculine cards are gears, so what better die to use that the Sue Wilson Industrial Chic Frame & Tag  as my focal point.
Hope you enjoy :)


Here is a quick Youtube video for you to quickly go over the dies and details of the card.



Products Used

Sue Wilson - Industrial Chic Frame & Tag

Sue Wilson - Ransom Note Birthday

Sue Wilson - Squared Squares



Sue Wilson - Double Pierced Squares

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Jun 19, 2018

Elegant Scrollwork

Scrollwork

Hello crafters!  It’s Donna once again with a very simple project for you.  Using just one die from DiesRUs, I’ll walk you through this project.  I love scrollwork and this Memory Box Elegant Scrollwork was just calling to be put into use.

For this project you will need:  
Base Cardsock:  5-1/2 X 8-1/2, folded in half
Top Layer, 5-1/4 x 4 and run through an embossing folder of choice
Four die cuts of Elegant Scrollwork
Paper Flowers and leaves
Stickles



I did round all my corners as it needed to mimic the softness of the scroll.  I then decided to use mounting tape on the white layer for more dimension.



Next I die cut four of the Elegant Scrollwork die and adhered them to the front of the white layer, starting in each corner and overlapping in the center.  Next I inked in my flowers to coordinate with the purple background and clustered them with leaves in the center to cover all the overlaps of the scrollwork.  Add a sentiment and some glitter to the flowers and voila!



Products Used:


Other products:
Sentiment by PTI


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Jun 18, 2018

Cheers to YOU!

Hello, Judy Woodland  here, and welcome to another Dies R Us inspirational blog post. Today I have a fun masculine card that would make any guy smile. I used the Tutti Designs Beer Set for the main images.

Here's my card:

 And here's how I made it:
I began by cutting out 3 of the beverage (beer??) bottles and adhering them together for dimension.
Then I cut out the mug and foam...........
and cut out the mug again with some textured paper to get the "innies".

I inlaid the "innies" to represent beer.

Next I cut a panel with the Frantic Stamper Double Diamonds Card Panel, and cropped it.

Now it was time to collect all the elements and put the card together.
I used Liquid Applique on the "foam" and then hit it with my heat gun to make it bubble. How fun!!!

These are the Dies R Us products I used:

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Jun 17, 2018

Hello with Poppystamps Blooming Dotted Border


Hello and welcome!  It's Angie here today with some inspiration for you using Poppystamps Blooming Dotted Border Die  on Yupo paper that was colored with alcohol inks.

First, I cut a Tutti Designs Cross Stitched Rectangle Dies from a piece of blue watercolored paper from Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes Paper Pad .  After coloring the Yupo paper with alcohol inks, I cut 2 of the Poppystamps Blooming Dotted Border Die  and glued (with  a Zig Two Way Glue Pen) one across the left side and one across the top of the rectangle.

Then I took one thin strip left over and added it to the bottom of the rectangle.  I adhered the watercolor rectangle to a piece of woodgrain paper from the Simple Stories "Vintage Bliss" paper pad.  I cut off the excess and use those pieces to add in random spots all over the card.




Then I took the Poppystamps Brush Hello Die and cut it from a left over piece of the inked Yupo paper.  To finish my card I added silver glitter Nuvo drops to the center of each flower!

Supplies used:

                                              


                                           

Poppystamps Brush Hello Die                                Zig Two Way Glue Pen
                                           
Nuvo Silver Drops


I hope I inspired you in your crafting adventures! 
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Thanks!



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Jun 16, 2018

Hello Card using Echo Park paper pad and lots of dies

 

Hi .. How are you today. This DT project for Dies R Us showcases a  fun bright Hello card made using some die cuts, super fun layers for depth and dimension along with Scraperfect Best Glue Ever. with the non clog writing tip. The paper is Echo Park Just be You 6x6" paper pad.

Supply List:
Glue: ScraPerfect Best Ever Glue, ScraPerfect non clog Writer
Machine/ tools: Big Shot Express
Other: Cardstock, twine, flowers, chipboard


To make this card I die cut pieces, grab papers and size to the card base. Nothing is glued yet though.


Now I glue some of the layers together and some are foam popped ready to go.


Going to pop the floral print and the die cut oval floral.... lots of layers for depth and dimension. The small Hello tag is a great sentiment.


With it all together paper wise I added the floral clustered section.


The close ups show some of the details.

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This photo shows the layers.



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