Friday, September 13, 2019

Winter Woods - LICI-B-22


Stamps: Winter Woods.

Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Everyday Enchantment DSP (SAB 2012).

Ink: Granny Apple Green, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake.

Tools: Stamparatus, bone folder, purchased envelope, sponge, dimensionals, Tombow adhesive, snail adhesive, glue dots, sequins, Natural Trim ribbon, Subtle embossing folder.

Punches/Dies: Lots of Labels dies, In the Woods Framelits.

Use a full panel from your Love It Chop It pile (5-1/4” x 4”).  Sponge edges with Soft Suede ink.  Set aside.



Cut Very Vanilla at 4” x 2-1/2”.  Set it and the phrase from the Winter Woods stamp set on the Stamparatus.  Stamp with Granny Apple Green.  Die cut from the Lots of Labels dies.  Sponge with Crumb Cake ink.  Run through the Subtle EF.  Set aside.



Die cut the two pine tress from the In the Woods dies from 3-3/4” x 4” Very Vanilla.  Pop the branches outwards.  Sponge branches and both trees with Crumb Cake ink.  Add mini dimensionals to the back of the top tree, avoiding the branches.  Set aside.

Measure up from the bottom of the DSP about 2-5/8” and adhere phrase at that mark.  Cut 5” of Natural Trim and tape to the back across the bottom of the phrase.  Adhere to a Very Vanilla card.  Add tree and gold sequins.



Cut 4” of Natural Trim and tie a knot around the trim on the card.  Add a glue dot behind the knot to hold in place.  Add glue dots to hold the tails in place.



Stamp a phrase and some images to the inside of the card.  Decorate the envelope.



I have loved and now chopped the entire package of my Everyday Enchantment DSP from 2012!  I chopped it in 5-1/4” strips then cut the strips into 4” pieces.  Kept the leftover strips too.  I cut the cardboard backing from the DSP to fit in a Full Wide Stamp case. I checked my ribbons to see what I had that matched and taped a small piece to the cardboard.  Stored all the chopped DSP in a Full Wide Stamp case.

Friday, September 6, 2019

Happy Birthday - LICI-B-20


Stamps: Well Said, Falling Flowers (envelope).

Cardstock: Poppy Parade, Pool Party, Old Olive, Everyday Enchantment DSP (SAB 2012).

Ink: Poppy Parade, Soft Suede.

Tools: Stamparatus, bone folder, purchased envelope, sponge, dimensionals, Tombow adhesive, snail adhesive, glue dots, pearls, ribbon, Corrugated embossing folder, Wink of Stella, spritzer.

Punches/Dies: Stitched Shapes Framelits, Well Written Framelits.

Use a full panel from your Love It Chop It pile (5-1/4” x 4”).  Sponge edges with Soft Suede ink. 


Die cut all the pieces.



Add the flowers to the leaves.

Cut Soft Suede cardstock at 1-1/4” x 4-1/4”.  Spritz with water and run through the Corrugated EF.  Adhere to the center of the DSP panel without adding glue to the long edges.  Trim edges.



Tape 5” of Pool Party ribbon around the Corrugated piece.  Adhere to a Poppy Parade card.  Set aside.

Set the panel for the inside of the card and the Stitched circle (3) for the outside of the card on the Stamparatus and stamp both phrases.  Add dimensionals to the circle.



Add circle to the card front.  Add the die cuts, tucking the ends of the leaves under the Soft Suede strip.



Cut ribbon 8” and make a bow.  Adhere to the ribbon on the card front with mini glue dots. Trim.  Add pearls.  Color the bird, flowers and butterfly with the Wink of Stella.



Add the butterfly to the inside of the card.  Decorate the envelope.



I’m still working on the Everyday Enchantment DSP that I have loved and now chopped.  I chopped it in 5-1/4” strips then cut the strips into 4” pieces.  Kept the leftover strips too.  I have them stored in a Full Wide Stamp case.  This is card #20 of 24 cards I made by loving and chopping the entire package of my Everyday Enchantment DSP!  I made 4 of each card so a total of 96 cards!  It is such a good way of using the DSP that has sat on my shelf for years!  Do watch Kylie Bertucci’s video on how to do this!

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