Joy Fold Butterfly Basics Card

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Monday, 11 April 2016

I love the final result of this card. I was playing around with different 'anchors' for my joy fold card and came up with this unique butterfly idea.

If you pinch the butterfly's wings together, it will slide through the word window slot and you can open the card.

The butterfly is attached to the card front. My customers who made this in our classes recently loved this idea. What do you think?

Please leave a comment. I love to hear from you.


Grateful Bunch Cards

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Saturday, 02 April 2016

Turtle Punch Art:
This card uses the Grateful Bunch stamp set and matching blossom bunch punch to create a garden pond scene. I used vellum to give the look of water.

The turtle is created using the Fun Flower punch and an extra large oval for the shell.
You just need to cut out one petal from the flower punch as shown below to make the head of the turtle. Glue it to the underneath side of the punched oval and then mount the oval to the rest of the flower using Stampin' dimensionals.

Upright Z Fold Card:
Same layout minus the turtle but using a different card fold.

Inside of card -

Side view so you can see the "Z" fold.



Easter Basket

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Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Instructions for this basket and gift card are on my tutorial page.
The chick is done with paper piecing. (Stamped onto patterened paper and then cut out).



Easter Lamb and Easter Chick

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Sunday, 28 February 2016

Stampin' Up! has some cute animal stamps that are great for Easter and I have found that they are also great for baby cards too.
Easter Lamb:
This baby boy's card features the easter lamb heat-embossed with white embossing powder and the body, legs, tail and grass all have clear glitter applied. This is very easy to do with the new wink of stella glitter pen.

This little lamb stamp is sold as a single stamp with Happy Easter words as part of the stamp. If you want to use it without the words just place a piece of sticky tape across the words before you ink up the stamp. Make sure you remember to remove the sticky tape before you stamp the image on the card.

This is available until the end of May. Contact me if you would like to purchase one.

Easter Chick:
This chick is from the Honeycomb Happiness stamp set which is a free gift in our Sale-A-Bration promotion. It runs until the end of March. The Honeycomb happiness stamp set is great for birthdays, easter and baby cards.

This baby girl card above is done with paper piecing. The image is stamped on patterned paper and then fussy cut.

The baby girl card below is coloured with blender pens and ink.

Next post I will show you how I made this same chick on a gift card for easter.
From Rhonda


For your country

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Thursday, 11 February 2016

I brought this "For your country" stamp set to scrapbook an army themed birthday for my son.
It is great for male themed birthday cards also.



Party Pup

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Wednesday, 03 February 2016

This card and gift box features a cute punch-art puppy and the new Party Wishes stamp set.

Punches used extra large oval (body and tail), sweetheart (back haunches), word window (front legs and back feet), small oval retired punch (muzzel), 1 1/4" circle (face and collar), bird builder (ears), tree builder (eyes and nose), 1/4" circle handheld punch (pupils of eyes), 1" circle (ball), cupcake builder (bones and dog dish).

Happy Birthday is stamped inside the card.
Do you like it?


Punch Art Fun

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Sunday, 17 January 2016

I have had a bit of time these holidays to play with my punches and this is the card I made...

This is the process I go through when creating a new punch art. I start off with rough sketches of what I want. And I do mean rough!
Then I try to find punches that are close in shape to my drawings.

For this card, I used the circle framelits and the following punches:
2 1/2" circle, owl builder, tree builder, extra large oval, word window, itty bitty accents, the new blossom bunch, 1/16th hand held circle and 1 1/4" handheld circle punch.
I have put my instruction sheet below. Hopefully you will be able to read it if you want to recreate thisĀ  5 1/4" x 5 1/4" card.



Using lace on cards

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Wednesday, 23 December 2015

This Baptism card is inspired by a sample from our annual catalogue, page35. It has just a hint of crochet trim lace poking through underneath the sentiment.
The sahara sand lace complements the soft look of this watercolour card nicely.
Mint Macaroon dotted lace adds a bit of interest to this Christmas card, made for one of my wonderful downline demonstrators.
Happy Christmas from Rhonda


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