Lucky Horseshoe


Happy Saturday!  Lori here today with a Wedding card I would like to share with you!  I made this card using the Exclusive Cheapo Dies Lucky Horseshoe die.


For this A2 card I started with white card stock for the base of the card.  I took a piece of beige Lemoncraft paper and my Lifestyle Crafts embossing folder and ran that through my Big Shot and then added that to the card.  I took some silver shimmer paper and the Exclusive Cheapo Dies Lucky Horseshoe die and cut that out.  I took a piece of vellum and the Mr. and Mrs. stamp and some Versamark and stamped the Mr. and Mrs. onto the vellum between the gold hearts on the vellum.  I heat embossed that with Gold embossing powder and attached the horseshoe to the vellum paper. I fussy cut around the top of the horseshoe and added that to the center of the card.  I took the flowers die that comes with the horseshoe and cut it out twice, once in gold shimmer paper and once in green paper. I cut the gold flowers off and placed them on top of the green flowers and then I took some gems and added them to the center of the 2 bigger flowers. I took some DL.ART Crinkle Ribbon and wrapped it around the left hand edge of the card and then made a bow at the top.

Please be sure to stop by the blog often for some inspiration on how to use your dies!!

Thanks for stopping by!
Lori

Geisha

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Hey everyone, Anne here with a new project using the Geisha die and embellished with some negative pieces left over from one of my Fan die projects.





I began by die cutting the Geisha from white cardstock and then applying VersaMark over the entire die cut and heat embossing it with Gilded Ivory embossing powder.


The crane was given a bit of color from Nuvo Embellishment Mousse (Indian Gold).  Nuvo Sequins (Vanilla Delight) were added here and there for added eye candy 😀.

The sentiment was given a bit of extra bling by coloring the letters with a Spica glitter pen (Lavender).

For additional details, please visit my blog Anne-Made.

Until next time...





Geisha


Vickie Y sharing an easy to create all occasion-type card using the Exclusive Cheap Die Geisha.

The die was cut out using watercolor paper and colored using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens and an aquabrush.  The die cut was adhered to a black stitched scalloped rectangle die cut and anchored onto circle die cuts.  The inner circle provides some texture from an embossing folder.

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Fishing...

Hi ya peeps, DT Carolyn here to share a card made with a super fun & versatile die that is available now in the store.
Here is my make...
This fun die is very versatile and can easily be used in separate projects or all together at once.  The die is called Daddy's Fishing Buddy and can be found now in the Cheapo Dies store in the exclusive section.
I chose to use the fish for a different look, fastening them onto a dark background. This makes the fish pop and adds a little dimension. Don't forget to stop by the store and blog for new designs created by the DT. Happy Crafting!
Carolyn

Terrific TuesDIE Airplane Card by Melinda

Hello crafty friends!
Today I am sharing a cute card I made with the Cheapo Dies Exclusive Airplane Die.
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Here is my completed card. It is an A2 size white cardstock, top folding base. I then cut out a mat from some blue cardstock and then used some of the patterned paper from the Doodlebug paper pad for the patterned papers.  I used four of the cross stitched square dies from the set and cut them all out in white cardstock.

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The focal point of the card is this fun little airplane die from Cheapo Dies. I cut it out in white and green cardstock. I then pieced the various layers together after I used my Copic markers to color the red, blue, black and gray pieces.

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I then used my scallop stitched oval die set to cut out a few of them in white cardstock. I lightly inked the edges of them. For the smaller one on top, I created and then printed out my sentiment and then cut it out with my die.

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For the smaller sentiment, I cut it out after I printed it and mounted onto the smallest square die. I finished off the card by adding a little twine and then some fun sequins for some extra bells and whistles!

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Here is one last look at my completed card. I thought this turned out so fun!  Make sure you head over to the Cheapo Dies shop and grab some of their dies. They cut beautifully and are so reasonably priced!

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I am offering this cute little set of printable sentiments I created for free.
They are .jpg images you can print.


Thank you so much for stopping by. Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

Apple basket by Gloria Lee

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

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

Here is what I came up with :


For create this card, I blended the background on the white card stock with Distress Oxide inks using mini blending tools. I die cut the apple and basket part using white card stock and wood grain paper. 


I colored the apple and basket part on the watercolor panel using Kuretake watercolors.


You can find this gorgeous die 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!

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Fun Flamingo

Hello my crafty friends!! 

It's Connie Can Crop here and my day to post with  Cheapo Dies!  

What's more fun in summer than Flamingos?!
This Flamingo die from Cheapo Dies is sure to make you smile!


Bring your dies to life by layering different colors!
I couldn't resist this 3 D palm tree to go with this tropical beauty!

Cheapo Die Used:
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There are so many amazing dies in the store!
 Be sure to check them all out here!

I can't thank you enough for checking out my project. It means the world to me and I hope you truly enjoyed it. May it inspire you to create something wonderful!   Scrappy Hugs!

Bamboo


Hello Cheapo Dies Fans!!  Happy Saturday!  Lori here today with this fun card I made with the Cheapo Dies Exclusive Bamboo die.  



For this A2 card I started by cutting out the Cheapo Dies Exclusive Bamboo die twice with green paper.  I took the Panda stamp and some black ink and stamped that onto some Neenah Solar White paper and then I fussy cut it out.  I took some blue paper and placed the two Bamboo branches onto the paper.  I cut a small piece of the bamboo branch and I put a small cut in the paw and slipped the branch inside there so it looks like the panda is eating some of the leaves of the bamboo.  I placed the panda on top of the bamboo branches.  I cut down the blue paper and inked the edges with Faded Jeans distress ink and then I added that to a piece of green paper, I inked the edges with green ink.   I used white card stock for the base of the card.  I took the green and black paper, inked the edges with black ink and added that to the base of the card.   I placed the bamboo and panda square on the card.  I took some white paper, black ink and the happy birthday day stamp and stamped that onto the white paper, inked the edges with Faded Jeans distress ink and then added that to a piece of green paper. I inked the edges of the green paper with green ink and then added that to the card over the bamboo and panda.  I took a some blue, green and white bakers twine and wrapped that around the card a couple of times and then tied it into a knot.

Please be sure to stop by the blog often for some inspiration on how to use your dies!!

Thanks for stopping by!
Lori

Kimono


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Anne here and today I've combined two of the new Exclusive dies from Cheapo Dies: Kimono and some of the negative pieces from the Fan die.



I began by stamping an old medallion rubber stamp from Outlines (I don't think they are in business any longer) with VersaMark and then heat setting it with Gold Detail embossing powder.



Next I die cut the Kimono from white cardstock and then adding color using a Spectrum Noir Sparkle marker (Red Berry).  I love the shimmer these markers give. I wanted a background so I used the die cut and traced around it onto a piece of glossy paper and fussy cut it out.  I adhered the die cut on top of the cut out.

The four corners of the card base are embellished with pieces from the Fan that was die cut for an earlier project.  I used some of the dots as well as portions of the fan pieces at the bottom.

For additional details, please visit my blog Anne-Made.

Until next week....




Kimono


Vickie Y sharing an Oriental style card using the Kimono die.

I die cut the Kimono from a scrap of designer paper from the DCWV Far East paper stack.  The background layer is also cut from that paper stack.  The sentiment is from a stamp set that is now retired.

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A Clean & Simple Card...

Hi ya peeps, summer is here and school it out! How many of you are going to visit the ocean?  The closest I get to a large body of water is Lake Superior! Today I have a clean and simple summer card to share with you using a cute die. 

I LOVE this die. It is detailed with crisp edges, perfect for clean and simple cards. This die is called Seahorses and is available now in the Cheapo Dies Store.
I layered my die cuts for a dimensional look and cut them apart. I used popup dots and some pretty wavy blue paper.  Don't forget to stop by daily for more inspiration from the Design Team and stop by the Facebook page to share your makes!  Happy crafting, Carolyn

Terrific TuesDie Hello Crab Card by Melinda

Happy Terrific TuesDie crafty friends,
Today I am sharing another fun card I created with the Cheapo Crab die.
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Here’s my finished card. I started with a white cardstock base. I then cut a mat from some brown cardstock. Next I used some of the fantastic Rinea Starstruck foiled paper.

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For the inner mat I used the scallop stitched rectangle die and then a mat of background paper I created with the RG Studio 360 free digital download.  The shells as well as the sentiment are all part of the free download.

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The sweet little crab is made from some Rinea Red Foiled Paper I colored it with my copic markers to give it just a little extra dimension. His little eyes are created with some Ebony Nuvo Crystal Drops.

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Here is one last look at my cute little card! I just love how it turned out!

Here is a quick video showing how cute the little crab really is using the foiled paper.


Cheapo Dies Used


Be sure to head over to CheapoDies.com and check out all their dies at such reasonable prices!
As always, thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your crafty time with me. Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

Pocket Boquet by Gloria

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

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

Here is what I came up with :


For create this card, I die cut the pocket part using Pocket bouquet die and watercolor paper. And blended the die cut with faded jean Distress ink using mini blending tool. I colored pink and orange with a watercolor paper and kuretake watercolors, and then die cut the flower part.


I cut the flowers using pocket bouquet die and oval shape using Unbranded scollop stitch oval die for decorating the background. I adhere all elements as shown a top-folded kraft base card using double-sided tape and glue dot.


You can find this gorgeous die 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!

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