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Corrugated Pumpkin Tags

Hello everyone, and welcome back!  You are sure to “fall” in love with this week’s round of wonderful fall project tutorials.  The inspiration from different designers will certainly inspire you to start your festive projects.  Are you ready for some serious autumn inspiration?  Let’s get started! Autumn Days By Anna-Karin Evaldsson Anna-Karin shares a fabulous […]

Nestled Die Cuts

Happy Tuesday! Are you getting creative today? If so, grab your favorite dies and try this fun technique called “nestling your die cuts”! Typically after I run my metal dies through the die cutting machine, I throw away the excess paper. But what if we saved those pieces and put them to good use? Here I’ve […]

Quick & Easy Easter Baskets

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing an Easter basket I created using the Bigz­­™ L Basket #2 die by Sizzix. First, I got out my Cricut Cuttlebug® machine, two long B plates, my die, and some cardstock. I ran the die through the machine twice, so I […]

On An Angle

Hello cardmakers! When making a card, do you prefer symmetry? Or do you like to mix it up and create something unexpected? I’m very much into symmetrical designs, but sometimes it’s fun to add a unique twist to a card and set things on an angle. For today’s card, I used a new butterfly stamp […]

Working with Cover Plate Dies

Today I want to talk about some metal dies by Papertrey Ink that are made to cover a whole card front, and share some creative uses for them. Let’s get started! These are called Cover Plate Dies, which you can see more of HERE. This is an example of a Cover Plate Die by Papertrey […]

Inlaid Die Cuts

Welcome back to another creative cardmaking post! Today I want to show you how to create a card with an “Inlaid Die Cut Technique,” which really creates a professional look to your cards! Let’s get started! All you will need is a die cutting machine, dies, and some different colors of cardstock. I’ve used black […]

A Touch of Gold

For me, gold has really made its way back into card making in little touches here and there… with gold embossing, gold foil paper, gold tape… there are so many fun ways to add gold! On this “Let It Snow” card, I used a gold foil adhesive paper called Luxe Gold Adhesive Sheets by Papertrey Ink. […]