Oct 7, 2020

Grateful for you

 Grateful for You

Hello Everyone,

My name is Diane with "Pretty Fun Stuff" and I am super excited to be here with you today.  I am one of the new Dies R Us Design Team members for the next term.  I hope that I will inspire you with my designs.


I have used the Scrolly Bird Tree by Tutti Designs:


How I created my card:

I took 100lb white cardstock and cut it 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 and scored it at 4 1/4 for an A2 sized card. I cut some starry night paper slightly smaller than my card and adhered it down.  Then I took a layer of deep green/blue card stock cut slightly smaller than the previous layer and added it. Then I took some designer paper that looked like a night sky and cut it 3 5/8 x 4 3/4 and place it down. Next I took a piece of 3 5/8 x 5/8 piece of brown scrap and placed it towards the bottom for my tree to be grounded.

Next, I die cut the tree in four different colors of cardstock. Black, Brown, Redish Brown and Coral.

Then I layered the redish brown on top of the brown to make my die cut a little thicker and easier to work with.  I cut out the birds from the black die cut, then set aside.

Here you can see the Redish Brown on top.

Next, I cut out the coral tiny flowers.  I layered them on top of my die cut.

Here you can see me adding the little flowers to the front of my die.

After I place my black birds on top then I added some tiny pearls to the centers of the flowers.

Next, I stamped my sentiment in black ink. I cut out a few more little coral flowers to add them to the left hand corner under the word grateful.  That's it.  The card is finished.

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Thank you for joining me today.

I hope you were inspired to create something beautiful.

Blessings and Hugs,

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