Merry Branch

Hello and Happy Friday!  Marsha here sharing a card featuring a new die from Cheapo Dies.


The die featured today is the Merry Branch.  I cut out four of the Merry Branch and glued them together since I wasn't going to be able to use foam tape.  It added just the right amount of dimension.  I used one of the negatives as a stencil and added a touch of Coral Berry ink on the card front.  Then, I added the layered die-cut.  On each berry, I added a rhinestone I colored with a Copic marker.  I stamped the sentiment in black and that finished the card.  I love the clean and simple look of this. 


To find out more about these quality 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!

The Rose Die with a Twist


Vickie Y sharing another way to use your dies!  Don't throw away the negative cut after you die cut, use it as a stencil.

For my card, I used the negative cuts as stencils from the heart and rose card I shared last week.  Lay the " heart stencil" on top of your cardstock panel and use a sponge to lay some ink onto the panel; then remove the "stencil" and lay the rose "stencil" on top of the heart and lay the color down.  For the heart I used Worn Lipstick Distress Ink and for the rose I used VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink.  I added a sentiment and embellished the finished card with a multi-loop gingham bow.

Dies used from the Cheapo Dies Online Store to create the "stencils"



Branches and Gingerbread Men

Hello friends!

Happy Wednesday!  It's Jess here today to showcase another beautiful Cheapo Dies creation!

For today's card, I used the Branches Die.  To me this die seemed more like an "autumn" die, but I wanted to purpose it for Christmas!!

Cheapo Dies - Branches



Here is Handmade Card I created for you today:



I paired it with a super cute Lawn Fawn stamp set to make it look like the gingerbread men were ornaments on the tree branch, and one fell off! LOL I used two cuts of the branch - one was used in full, and the second I cut into two pieces. I think it turned out ok! :D



I hope you enjoy this card!  You really should pick up some of these great cutting dies to add to your collectionSee you again next week!



Jess

Twofer Tuesday Daisy Butterfly

Hello, Friends. Happy Twofer Tuesday. 
 It's Kren here using Daisy Butterfly.
Daisies are a personal favorite and
who can resist a butterfly?







The Tuesday Tips for creating this project:

Use Distress Oxides and heat embossing edges for a background.
Fancy fold accordion cards look great with a belly band.
Two layers of die cut fun foam look great in a window card.

See you next Tuesday!
Kren

Christmas tree by Gloria

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

Gloria here today, I want to share with a cute card using Christmas tree die from Cheapo Dies.

Here is what I came up with :


To create this card, I cut an oval with an oval die and white card stock and blended it with Salty ocean and Peacock feather Distress Oxide inks using mini blending tool. I die cut an oval frame with scallop stitch oval unbranded die on white card stock and adhere the colored oval on the white oval frame.
I embossed a white card stock with a snowflakes embossing folder by Cuttle bug for the background.


I die cut the Christmas tree on a white card stock and adhere it on the colored oval frame.
I added some shiny blue gem stones on the tree cut. mounted all elements on A2 size white card base using double-sided 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!

Flowers for You!

Hello All!
Darlene with you today sharing another fun creation 
using dies from the Cheapo Dies Store.


Today I'm using up scraps and bringing
full focus to this beautiful Cheapo die called 


 I have die cut this flower THREE times
then glued them together for dimension.


 Hand doodling was added around the outside edge of my base card
and I've used a few rectangular panels that were just begging
to be used from my work table.   A few Nuvo drops were added
as an accent.


By using this beautiful flower as the focus,
my card could be used for a variety of occasions!

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!
 

Sunny Daisies


Hello Cheapo Dies Fans!!  Lori here today with a a fun Christmas card that I made with the Exclusive Sunny Daisies die:


For my A2 card I started with white card stock for the base of the card.  Next I took some Christmas paper scraps that I have been saving and I cut them down to 4 inches by 1 1/2 inches and then inked the edges with red ink.  I glued the three papers down onto the card.  I took the Exclusive Sunny Daisy die and cut it out three times, once in green paper, once in red paper and once out of white fun foam.  I took the green outline of the flowers and glued that to the top of the white fun foam.  I then took the the insides of the red flower and inlaid them into the cut out.  I took some gold Nuvo drops and filled in the center holes with it.  I took a darker green ink and rubbed that onto the edges of the leaves and then I placed the flower in the middle of the card.  I took some Versamark and stamped the sentiment onto the card and then heat embossed it with bronze embossing powder.  Then I sprinkled some of the embossing powder on the top left hand of the card and bottom right corner and then heat embossed it to give the card a bit of a distressed look.


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



Floral Butterfly

Hello and Happy Friday!  Marsha here sharing a card featuring a new die from Cheapo Dies.


Today's card was made using the Floral Butterfly Die.  The butterfly is cut out of Pacific Point  cardstock and popped up with foam tape onto a pretty cattleya orchid.  I added not embellishments as I wanted that pretty butterfly to take center stage.



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!

Rose


Vickie Y sharing a card using the Exclusive Cheapo Rose die with you today.

A rose is the perfect way to let a special someone know you are thinking of them. I die cut the Rose using watercolor paper and colored using watercolor pens and an aqua brush.

Dies used from the Cheapo Dies Online Store:



Merry Branch by Jess

Hello friends!

Happy Wednesday!  It's Jess here today to showcase another beautiful Cheapo Dies creation!

For today's card, I used the Merry Branch Die.  I really loved how intricate the details are when cut!
It even cut through my glitter paper without a hitch!

Cheapo Dies - Merry Branch


 Here is Handmade Card I created for you today:





I hope you enjoy this card!  You really should pick up some of these great cutting dies to add to your collectionSee you again next week!



Jess

Pumpkin Patch by Gloria

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!!!

Gloria here today, I want to share with a thank you card using Pumpkin patch die from Cheapo Dies.

Here is what I came up with :


To create this card, I die cut the Pumpkin image from white card stock with Cheapo dies. Then I colored them using Copic markers. The inside pumpkin part I colored with Kuretake watercolors on a watercolor paper.


I die cut a circle with Unbranded Dotted circle die. Adhere the colored die cut on the white big circle die with Glue pen. 

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!



We're Praying For You!

Hello All!
Darlene with you today sharing another fun creation 
using dies from the Cheapo Dies Store.
 
 For today's creation, I have used TWO dies found
at the Cheapo Dies Store ...

Butterfly Corner

 and

Rose



 I've die cut the corner die twice from red card stock
in order to position one in the diagonal corners.

The rose was also cut twice ... once from white card stock
which was colored green using spectrum noir alcohol markers
for the stem/leaves ... then again from red card stock
just for the flower portion.  The red flower was then glued
over top the white flower portion of the die cut

A white die cut frame was popped up and positioned over top of the corner dies
to help bring focus to the beautiful popped up rose.

And encouraging sentiment was added to the lower corner.


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!

Happy Holidays


Hello Cheapo Dies Fans!!  Lori here today with this fun Christmas card I made with the Exclusive Scrolly Deer die:



For this A2 card I started with White card stock for the base of the card.  I took a piece of green patterned paper, inked the edges with Bundled Sage distress ink and added that to the card.  I took Brown paper and the Exclusive Scrolly Deer die and cut out reindeer.  I mounted the deer onto some brown patterned paper, inked the edges with Tea Dye distress ink and added that to the card.  I took the sentiment stamp, some brown ink and some more of the patterned paper and stamped the sentiment onto the paper, inked the edges with Tea Dye distress ink and then added that to the card underneath the deer.

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





Hello and Happy Friday!  Marsha here sharing a card featuring a new die from Cheapo Dies.


Today's card was made using the Wild Grass Die.  I cut one out of Oreo cardstock and two out of River Rock cardstock.  I stacked them together then, added them onto a piece of Serene Scenery patterned paper.  The sentiment was stamped using Chocolate Truffle ink.  For the finishing touch, I added a few Oreo Enamel Dots.


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!

Wild Grass


Vickie Y sharing a card with you today using the Wild Grass Exclusive Cheapo Die.

The little partridges are enjoying a stroll through the "wild grass!"  I die cut the Wild Grass using watercolor paper and watercolored the image using watercolor pens and an aqua brush.  The card background was created using a large clear stamp block by smooshing distress oxide inks on it, spritzing with water and stamping it onto the watercolor panel before stamping the images.

Die used from the Cheapo Dies online store:


Scrolly Deer


Hello friends!


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


I used the Scrolly Deer Die to make this card. It's perfect for holiday cards!!

Cheapo Dies - Scrolly Deer


 Here is what I created for you:





I had made some Nuvo Shimmer Powder backgrounds for a previous project and thought they went perfect with the gold die cut deer!  A simply sentiment to accent and a beautiful ribbon finish off the card. Isn't it beautiful how cleanly the gold cardstock cut with the die?

 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 Blooming Cherry Blossom

Hello, Friends. Happy Tuesday.  
It's Kren here sharing another project using  Cheapo Dies.  
Today I am using Blooming Cherry Blossom.




Tuesday Tips for creating these projects:
Add several layers of embossing powder to make a die cut "pop."
Create an oriental screen by placing vellum into die "windows."


See you next Tuesday!
Kren

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