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



Caroler Quartet

Hello and Happy Friday!  Marsha here today with a card featuring the Caroler Quartet Die from Cheapo Dies.  These carolers remind me of characters right out of a Dickens novel. 


On a black card base, I added the musical patterned paper as a background for the silhouette.  I made three die-cuts and layered them together to give it some dimension and popped it up on foam tape to really make it stand out.  The only embellishment is the small rhinestone above the 'i' in Christmas.   


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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!  

Nativity Line


Vickie Y sharing an elegant black/white card with you today using the Exclusive Cheapo Nativity Line die.  This die is perfect for creating a beautiful silhouette die cut to add to your card.

Cheapo Dies has many beautiful dies to provide you with a headstart as you begin creating your Christmas and Holiday cards.

Die used from the Cheapo Dies online store:


Mirrored Bare Branch

Hello crafty people!


Happy Wednesday!  Jess here today to share with you a new Cheapo Dies creation!


For today's card, I used the Bare Branch Die! I think it can be used in so many different ways! I used the die to cut two branches, and I used the flip side of one of them to create the mirrored branches on either side of my focal point.

Cheapo Dies - Bare Branch


 Here is what I created for you:



I hope you enjoy it! :)  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 with Forest

Hello, Friends. Happy Tuesday. 

It's Kren here sharing another project for Twofer Tuesday using a new arrival, Forest, to create two cards.  My cards are usually one-of-a-kind.  By doing two, I can vary the design and techniques and still save time.  I used vellum in several ways and now I have two more holiday cards to add to my stash.
Here are my cards.





Here are the Tuesday Tips for creating this project.  Dry embossing vellum creates interesting patterns for overlays.  Then more vellum, floating or across the card to add the sentiments makes adding adhesive easier and less conspicuous.  Stagger your dies to create a shadow effect.


See you next Tuesday!




Rose by Gloria Lee

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

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

Here’s a look at my completed card. 
It features the exclusive Rose die from Cheapo Dies. 


To create this card, I die cut the Rose image from white and pink card stock with Cheapo dies. I inlaid the pink die cut pieces in the white cut piece. 


I die cut a square on a white card stock with scallop stitched square Unbranded cutting dies. 
mounted all elements on A2 size white card base using double-sided tape and foam tape.


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!



Christmas is Coming!

Hello All!
Darlene with you today sharing a fun holiday creation.  
We all enjoy decorating our homes for the holidays and I thought this beautiful flock of cardinals would like a little holiday dressing up of their home too.  


The latest release die I have used is the 'Winter Birdhouse'.


A few various colored cuts, a fine tipped bottle of glue & a pair of 'snips' and the decorating begins.  Here are the steps I took on today's Winter Birdhouse.

My first cut was from white cardstock.  Then I traced out around the metal die, did a little cutting/gluing ...


and now I have a snow covered brown birdhouse.





Next came the birds ...





How about a little decorating on the front door ...


VIOLA ...

Snowflake corner dies cuts adorn the upper corners of my old SU designer paper and a little red/white bakers twine was strung through a paper pierced hole to hang & adorn the top of the house.

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!

 

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