Tuesday, 20 May 2014

A triple circle flip card

Hi my blogging family and friends, how are you? I hope the start of your week is going really well.I have been experimenting with some of the Sizzix triple cut flip dies.
The card I have made and am showing you today is the triple circle flip card. They are a dream to use, as the biggest choice is really the papers you want to use and the colour scheme.

Here it is:

I used a DCWV Sky's the limit 12 x 12 paper pad pack so all my papers coordinated and it such a great pack of papers. The card base is Quill white cardstock 210gsm.
I added a few buttons that I had n my stash; I just loved the little hat buttons - I think I bought those at the Sydney Lincraft store. The little butterflies were in a pack of mixed buttons that I have had for ages.
The seam binding is called Peacock from Really Reasonable ribbon I stuck this to the card using 1/2 inch double sided tape.

Here is the card opened so you can see the flip effect. I used peel off's for the sentiments on the front and inside the card. So very quick, a lot of fun and the card looks really nice too!

Here are the main ingredients that I used to make this card:

Thanks for stopping by to read my blog today, I hope the rest of your week is Fantastic

Sunday, 18 May 2014

A 4 panel ECD Circle Accordion Card

Hi, How are you? Thanks for dropping in to read my blog.
I hope you have had a great weekend.
I have continued to play with my new Elizabeth Craft Design dies and today's card is made using the Circle Accordion die as well as one of their peel offs. I used the technique of adding glitter to the peel off and then coloring the image using my Copic markers. It's a great technique and they have tutorials on their YouTube site on how to do it.

Here's my card:

The base was made using white card stock (210gsm - so nice and firm). I cut the main frame using the ECD circle accordion die. Then using the circle edges I cut out 4 sections for each page using a Kaisercraft Gelato paper pad.

I used the ECD Happy Birthday die for the sentiment cut out in black cardstock.

I then used ECD warm diamond microfine glitter with a peel off which I polished onto double sided adhesive sheets and coloured with Copic markers.

Here is the second panel of the card.
I added one of the Lady Bug dies - also from ECD - can you tell I am a fan of their products???

This is the third panel of my card. I used a Spellbinders circle die, a JustRite Stamp, a Black Tuxedo Memento ink pad and a very pale RV Copic Marker.
I also used the ECD Bees die too!

.. and here is the last panel of my card.

The main ingredients that I used to make my card are:

Thanks for stopping by and reading my Blog today, I hope you have a great week
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