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World Wildlife – Margay

World Wildlife – Margay

This card has been made using the World Wildlife dvd rom by Pollyanna Pickering and Creative Crafting World.

The image is of a Margay cat, which is a small cat native to Central and South America.

For this card design I decided to make an easel card.

Materials used:

8″ by 8″ white scallop card
World Wildlife dvd rom
The paper boutique nested Thank you die set
The paper boutique sentiments collection 2
White card
Green card
Small butterfly die
Leaf die
Small green pearls
Foam pads
Glue

Instructions:

Print off an image and two different papers from the dvd rom.

Score the front of the 8″ by 8″ white scallop card in half and then fold. This will make the easel part of the card.

Next with one of the papers cut two pieces measuring approx,  19 cms by 9 cm and a 19 cm by 19 cm.

Using these two pieces glue the smaller one to the front fold (this is the section of card where the topper will be placed onto).

Glue the larger piece to the bottom of your easel (this is the section that would normally be the inside of the card but as we are making an easel card it becomes the base).

Cut a piece of the chosen paper, measuring approx 14 cms by 8 cms and then a piece of white card measuring approx 12 cms by 6 cms. Matt and layer these together (white card on top). Attach foam pads to this and place on to the bottom of the easel card. (Please see picture for ref).
This has now made a stopper for the easel card, as the front will sit perfectly behind this.

With the other paper cut out the decorative die from the paper boutique and then using white card cut out the matt layer and then glue these together.

Next layer on the topper using glue. (For my card I used a stacker image so I already have abit of height to my card, if you have chosen a flat image I would suggest that you use foam pads to attach the topper)
With foam pads attached this to the top of the easel at a slight angle.

Using the leaf die, cut out five in one of the papers and five out of green card. Glue two of each to the corner of the topper and then one of each to the base of the easel card. (Please see picture for ref)

Cut out a sentiment, using green for the base layer and one of the papers for the sentiment. Using foam pads attach this to the bottom corner of the topper.

Add a couple of die cut butterflies and green pearls to finish off the card.

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Challenges I would like to enter are:

Crafter’s Castle Challenge – Anything goes
Brown Sugar Challenge – Birthday
Emerald City Crafts – Anything goes
A Perfect Time To Craft – Anything goes
Crafty Creations – Anything goes
Crafting With Dragonflies – Anything goes
Through The Craftroom Door – Anything goes
Aud Sentiments Challenge – Anything goes

The Story So Far…Christmas Companions

The Story So Far…Christmas Companions

This Christmas card has been made using The Story So Far…Christmas Companions dvd-rom.

With another beautiful image by Pollyanna Pickering.

Materials used:

8″ by 8″ white scallop card
The Story So Far…Christmas Companions dvd-rom
White card
Red card
Cream card
2 different sized flower die
Flourish ( I used one of Debbi Moore Floral Flourishes)
Medium pearl
Foam pads
Glue
Double sided tape

Instructions:

After you have chosen your topper and papers cut out all the matts and layers.

Red card :
1 x 19 cms by 19 cms
1 x 11 cms by 15 cms
1 x 19 cms by 8 cms

White card:
1 x 11.5 cms by 15.5 cms
1 x 19 cms by 7.5 cms

Patterned paper:
1 x 18.5 cms by 18.5 cms

To start putting the card together matt and layer the patterned paper (18.5 cms by 18.5 cms) on to the red card (19 cms by 19 cms) using double sided tape.

Next matt and layer the white card (19 cms by 7.5 cms) on to the red card (19 cms by 8 cms) Using a matching paper add a thin piece to the white card, just to take a little of the whiteness away.

Using double sided tape attach this to the bottom of your first matt and layer, please see picture.

Attach this to your white scallop card using double sided tape. Now you have the start of your card design.

Next matt and layer the red card (11 cms by 15 cms) on to the white card (11.5 cms by 15.5 cms) adding your chosen topper to the top layer.

Using double sided tape attach this to your card at a slight angle.

With the flower dies cut one of each size in red and cream card and layer these up, please see picture.

Add the flower to your card along with a couple of little flourishes.

To finish your card off add a pearl to the centre of the flower and a Christmas sentiment.

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Challenges I would like to enter are:

cdsunday – Christmas Flowers and or Foliage

The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog – Anything Christmas Related or Red , White and Green

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned paper January 2018 Challenge

CCC Digi Creations – Anything Goes

 

 

Christmas Flowers

Christmas Flowers

This Christmas card has been made using A Winter Walk in the Countryside cd rom.

Images are by Betty Davis.

As you will see this is a quick and easy card to make.

Materials used:

6″ by 6″ white scallop card
A Winter Walk in the Countryside cd rom
Red card
Small red gem
Foam tape
Glue
Double sided tape

Instructions:

When the disc has been opened choose an image and then select Designer Toppers from the list. This then gives you a complete design to use.

Cut out all the elements on the page.

Using the paper you have been given, cut this to 14cms by 14cms.

Attach one of the borders you have cut out going across the centre of the paper using double sided tape.

Glue this to the white scallop card using double sided tape.

Next measure a piece of red card approx 12.5cms by 12.5cms.

Place your topper on to the red card using double sided tape.

To place the topper on to the card use foam tape to give your card a little dimension.

To finish the card added your bows and red gem and a suitable Christmas sentiment.

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Challenges I would like to enter are:

cdsunday – Christmas Flowers and or Foliage

The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog – Anything Christmas Related or Red , White and Green

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned paper January 2018 Challenge

 

 

 

 

The Magic Of Christmas

The Magic Of Christmas

Here are three Christmas cards that  have been made using The Magic of Christmas cd rom by Debbi Moore Designs.