28.9.16

Gatefold Owl Card

Gatefold Owl Card
        Hi friends, I just couldn't resist making another Owl Card...especially since I found to my amazement that so many of you loved owls!!
        This gatefold Owl card was so easy and fun to make since I used a Sizzix Owl  Fold A Long die , part of the candy I had won from Katarina...blogland is an amazing generous place!
Heat Embossed Flower
           The flower and leaves I used at the bottom is from Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set .I used WOW Metallic Gold Sparkle embossing powder on the leaves...its one of my favorite embossing powders!
Owl Shaped Card
      My owl has a  pattern paper base [ details below] and  details made using foam. I love to use foam to give light weight dimension in  papercraft projects ! Sticking it however can be tricky...you can use tacky tape/ Aleene's tacky glue or fabric glue.
Gatefold Owl Card
         Since this card is for the Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop I wanted to add a nice cup of Cappuccino inside my card but I didn't have any cup/ glass die so I  improvised and made a creamy frothy cup of coffee with dies I had in my stash!
Coffee Cup
         I drew the glass freehand and used the "icing" from a Marianne Cupcake set to make the frothy cream of my coffee! Cut up a Spellbinders die cut to make the sleeve of my coffee cup! I am so happy with the  way it has turned out!
Creamy Coffee
And here is my Owl Fancy Fold card sitting happily amongst the flowers in our terrace garden.
Gatefold Owl Card
Supplies : Dies : Sizzix Owl Label Fold A Long , Cheery Lynn  Flourish 13, Spellbinders Aster Flower Topper,Nellie Snellen Hearts,Sizzix Handwritten Love 660218,Marianne Creatables Cupcake LR0160,Spellbinders Majestic Labels 25
Pattern Paper : Debbie Mumm Harvest and Holiday
Stamps : Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set 
Linking to  
Winnie and Walter Rerun 14 - inspired by Emily's fall themed card and used flowers and leaves from Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set 
WOW September Challenge : used WOW Metallic Gold Sparkle
Fall Coffee Lover's Blog Hop

27.9.16

Tea and Flowers !

Die Cut Paper Flowers
          Hi friends I am on a  crafting spree and enjoying making cards for the Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!The teapot is a Kaisercraft Tea Party stamp embossed with WOW's Metallic Copper embossing powder and layered on  a Spellbinders decorative curved square die cut.
Cheery Lynn  Chrysanthemum
      Created the paper flowers using the Cheery Lynn  Chrysanthemum strip die and thin punchcraft paper. The leaves are a  favorite of mine and were made with Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set and WOW  Metallic Gold Sparkle embossing powder
Cheery Lynn  Chrysanthemum
        I used a Martha Stewart border punch to make a fall themed leafy frame to decorate the inside of the card .
Fall themed Card
      Also added a few punched butterflies and in this view you can also see the lovely aperture style floral vines created using the Couture Creations Venetta die .
Fall themed Card
And that is the card sitting amongst the flowers in our terrace garden!Hope you like the riot of bright colors!

Supplies : Dies :  Couture Creations Venetta,Cheery Lynn Chrysanthemum Strip, Spellbinders Decorative Curved Square ,Cheery Lynn Build A Flower Embellishments 3 , Spellbinders 2012 Holiday tree ,Spellbinders Fancy Labels Tags 4
Stamps : Heartfelt creations  Sun kissed fleur, Kaisercraft Tea Party, Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set 
Pattern Paper : Debbie Mumm Harvest and Holiday
Embossing powder : WOW's Metallic Copper embossing powder, WOW Metallic Gold Sparkle
Punches : Jef medium Butterfly Punch, Martha Stewart Leaf border punch
Linking to  
Winnie and Walter Rerun 14 - inspired by Emily's fall themed card and used leaves from Winnie and Walter In Bloom Elsa's Flora Stamp Set 
613 Avenue Create ,Crafty Cardmakers,Trimmies Craft Challenge
WOW September Challenge : used WOW Metallic Copper embossing powder and WOW Metallic Gold Sparkle
Fall Coffee Lover's Blog Hop
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