Twofer Tuesday Wreaths

Hello, Friends. Happy Twofer Tuesday.  
It's Kren here sharing projects using  Cheapo Dies.  
Fall in NC inspired these wreath cards.



Tuesday Tips for Welcome Fall Wreath:
Sponge watercolor paper with watercolors and metallic inks.
Cut card stock with Poinsettia die three times.
Lay out leaves and use Press'nSeal to pick up leaves
and place on background card stock.
Lift up Press'nSeal a bit at a time and add liquid glue to the back.




Tuesday Tips for Autumn, Nature's Second Spring Card:
Cut kraft card stock with Bare Branch die
several times depending on size of wreath.
Lay out branches on background.

Use Press'nSeal to keep die cuts in place
and lift a bit at a time to add liquid glue to the back.

See you next Tuesday!
Kren




Sunflowers by Gloria Lee

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

Gloria here today, I want to share with you a card using Sunflowers  die from Cheapo dies.

Here is what I came up with :


To create this card, I die cut the Sunflower images from white card stock with Cheapo dies. Then I colored them using Copic markers.


Here’s a closer look at the beautiful die cut.
For the background, I draw some clouds and cut and blended with peacock feather Distress Oxide ink using mini blending tool.


Cheapo die used :


You can find this gorgeous dies and more in the Cheapo dies online store.
And also, stop by facebook group for more inspirations.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

Pumpkins 4 Sale

Hello All!
Darlene with you today sharing a fun Fall creation.   
Everywhere I look I see pumpkins adorning everyone's front porch decorations.  
I love this time of year ... going to the orchard for apples, corn stalks and pumpkins.


It used to be all you saw were the orange pumpkins, but these days you see a lot of WHITE pumpkins too along with various colored gourds.  What beautiful decorating you can do in the fall hence my wheelbarrow filled with orange AND white pumpkins. 

I've used the following dies for my creation ...





A touch of burlap paper, pumpkin ribbon and a few sequins ... Viola!  
My card is ready to mail to a friend to make her smile!

I hope you've enjoyed what I've shared today, and, if you're not familiar with Cheapo Dies, you are missing out!!!

Here's a listing of their store, blog & FB links to help you get familiar:

Thanks to all of you for stopping by today!
Here's wishing you a FABULOUS week ahead!
 

Winter is for the Birds!


Hello Cheapo Dies Fans!!  Lori here today with a card I made using the Exclusive Cheapo Dies Winter Birdhouse die.


For this A2 card I started with Neenah Desert Storm paper for the base of the card.  I then took a piece of winter patterned paper, inked the edges with Faded Jeans distress ink and added it to the card. I cut out the Exclusive Winter Birdhouse die 4 times, once in white, blue, black and wood paper.  I fussy the birdhouses apart and pieced them together.  I cut out the birds with gray paper and added them to the birdhouse.  I took some stickles clear rock candy and put that on the white part of the birdhouse so it would look like snow and ice dripping down from the birdhouse.  I cut out a strip of the wood paper for the birdhouse pole and I glued all of that onto the card. I took a piece of white paper and cut out some hills and added that to the bottom of the card. I took some black ink and the sentiment stamp and stamped the sentiment onto the white paper.  I took some more of the stickles clear rock candy and ran that along the top of the white paper to make it look like ice on top of the mounds of snow.  I took a black pen and put dots on the birds for their eyes.

I hope I have inspired you to create something beautiful today!

Be sure to stop back often to get some more inspiration from the Design Team!!

Thanks for stopping by!
Lori



Butterflies

Hello everyone.  Marsha here sharing some sweet butterflies cut using the beautiful Butterflies Die from Cheadpo Dies.  They look so pretty on that watercolor background.


The card base is gray.  I made a Brusho Crystals background on watercolor paper and added it to the base.  There are actually four butterflies in this set of dies but I only had room for three.



To find out more about Cheapo Dies, here's where you can go to check them out.


Thank you for stopping by today.  Be sure to come back daily to see all the wonderful projects the Design Team creates using these fun dies.  I'll see you, again, next Friday!  

Let It Snow


Vickie Y sharing a winter themed card with you today using the Exclusive Cheapo Let It Snow die.

The cardbase is white cardstock layered with red foil cardstock.  The die cut sentiment is also cut using red foil cardstock layered onto a soft snowflake patterned paper.

Dies used from the Cheapo Dies online store:



Elf Boot Home

Hello friends!


Happy Wednesday!  It's Jess here and Wednesday is my day to share with you a new Cheapo Dies creation!



Today I decided to use the Elf Boot Home Die - it's just so darn cute!

Cheapo Dies - Elf Boot Home


 Here is what I created for you:



I cut out the diecut twice - once in red and once in green. I simply used the negative cuts to fill in the red so it accented all the sections!



I used Crystal Drops in Bright Gold and Red Berry to accent the card - I tried to make the gold look like little bells!


I hope you enjoy this card!!

 If you're not familiar with Cheapo Dies, you are missing out!!!
Here's a listing of their store, blog & FB links to help you get familiar:


Thanks to all of you for stopping by today.  Can't wait to see you again soon!

Jess

Twofer Tuesday Holly Branch

Hello, Friends. Happy Twofer Tuesday.  Kren here sharing two projects using Holly Branch.  

The first card uses an embossing mat with the die to create the focal point and uses traditional holiday colors of red, green, and white and plaid papers.


The second card uses some metallic designer card stocks from recent posts but intertwines the Holly Branch dies to create a focal point.


Here are the Tuesday Tips for creating these projects.  Choosing similar shapes and metallic elements for papers and dies creates cohesion in the project.  Cutting several die cuts allows you to move them around on your project to find a pleasing layout and focal point.  Repetition of all the colors in a plaid creates unity.


See you next Tuesday!




Heart frame by Gloria Lee

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

Gloria here today, I want to share with you a card using Heart frame die from Cheapo dies.

Here is what I came up with :


To create this card, I die cut the heart frame on the white card stock and embossing the cut paper with Swiss dots embossing folder using Bigshot.  I die cut heart frame on light pink card stock and adhere on the white die cut paper.


I used some piece of paper pad from Pebbles.
I mounted all elements on A2 size light pink card base using double-sided tape.

Cheapo dies used :


You can find this gorgeous dies and more in the Cheapo dies online store.
And also, stop by facebook group for more inspirations.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!




Joy!

Hello All!
Darlene with you today sharing a fun and QUICK holiday creation.


The dies I have used today are:

Holly Branch

Cheapo Dies - Holly Branch

Cursive Font

Cheapo Dies - Cursive Font


After adhering a scrap of holiday designer paper to my card base, I simply laid out TWO cuts from the Holly Branch die until I had the orientation I desired on my card front.



Next I simply die cut the capital cursive letters I needed for my sentiment and adhered them to piece of red card stock and my card was ready for the post man.  BUT ... just to add a touch of sparkle, I added red stickles to each of the 'berries' on my die cut panels.  NOW it's ready for the postman!

I hope you've enjoyed what I've shared today, and, if you're not familiar with Cheapo Dies, you are missing out!!!

Here's a listing of their store, blog & FB links to help you get familiar:
Thanks to all of you for stopping by today!
Here's wishing you a FABULOUS week ahead!

Reindeer Scene


Hello Cheapo Dies Fans!!  I have this fun card for you today that I made with the Cheapo Dies Exclusive Reindeer Scene die.  The minute I saw it I thought if looked like it would be great as an ornament for the Christmas Tree!  



For this A2 card I started with dark green card stock for the base of the card.  I took a piece of patterned paper, inked the edges with green ink and attached it to the card base.  I took the Exclusive Reindeer Scene die and cut it out with glitter paper and then attached that to some white paper.  I fussy cut around the edges so it looks like one of those beautiful glass ornaments.  I placed the Reindeer Scene die cut onto the card as if it is hanging off the branch of a Christmas Tree.  I took the sentiment stamp and stamped that with black ink.  I also used the dollar sign from the Exclusive Cursive Font die to make a hook for the top of the Reindeer Scene

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I hope I have inspired you to create something beautiful today!

Be sure to stop back often to get some more inspiration from the Design Team!!

Thanks for stopping by!
Lori



 

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