white and blue
cardstock, ink, scissors,
bonefolder,glue, ribbon, brads
Here is the
template for the side step card for you personal use.
* Create the side
step card according the template.
* then cut 3
stripes of white cardstock with size 2 ¾” x 1” and ink the edges in color you
put them on top of
each other and punch holes on the left and right side, add brads in each piece
of cardstock. Add 3D foam to the back. The top drawer you add a little ribbon
to the back and pull to the front and adhire it there.
* Cut out your
colored Teddy Beauregard image that is colored.
* Assemble the
dies with white and blue cardstock.
* Stamp text
congratulations and it’s a boy on a large piece of white cardstock 2⅜”x 4⅛” and
* stamp the Winnie
the Pooh tekst on a small piece of white cardstock and ink edges.
Then assemble the
card like the sample or as you desire.
Hope you will
enjoy the All That Scraps products and template.
Good morning! Sorry I am a little late with this. I was under the weather last night and didn't get to it.
Today I chose Erica for our Show n' Tell. I love how she did the little flags on top of this. So cute. She didn't explain on her blog but it looks like the flags are felt and hand sewn on the banner! Love this idea! She used Swiss Pixie Birgitta on a Tree for this.
Erica be sure to add this banner to your blog!
Thanks for visiting! It is so fun to share what our customers are doing with our stamps. Come again.
I hope you all enjoyed the previews last week of the new January stamps. :) Today we are showing you a couple projects that are anything but a card. It is always fun to get ideas for those other projects. I think you will love these.
Created by Martine using Swiss Pixi baby boy, Welcome Little One
Created by Mae using Lucky Rainbow, Lucky Sentiments, Lucky Charms
I hope you enjoyed these. Tomorrow we will be reviewing Christine's stamps from the January release. We have some fun stuff to show you. Thanks for stopping by.
Hi! It's Jay Jay here with a new DT MiM post. Today I want to show you how to make a (n easel) calendar card. It's really easy! Here I used Swiss Pixie Pig and C.C. Cutters 8 Petals & Branch die. I bought these cute calendars last year but you can also print your own. I made two and if you want, you can download them here (calibri) and here (footlight). You just have to print the sheet, cut the single calendar sheets out and glue them together with non-permanent glue. You can also use a ribbon.
I made my calendar in DIN A6 size. You need two pieces of cardstock. One 4 1/8" x 11 3/4" and the other one 4 1/8" x 5 7/8". Fold the bigger piece in the middle and then again in the middle like shown on the picture above.
Decorate the front and the "inner" piece of cardstock like shown above or like you want! Add the front piece to the easel space which is the free space here! Ready you are! Of course you can also rotate the whole thing and work with the landscape format.
Here's a calendar card with cute Swiss Pixie Mushroom Girl. I hope you like this kind of card and that you'll try it yourself!
When I first started C.C. Designs I wanted my stamps to be cut out. At one point I hand cut the stamps, but with a little bit of arthritic in my hands that didn't last long.
So for the last 7 years I have thought about other methods to cut out the stamps, and 3 months ago I decided to try scroll saw cutting them.
I am so happy to announce that our stamps are now pre-cut. Our logos and sentiments and a few other sets are not cut out at this time. Now you can get our stamps and use them right away, no more worrying about cutting them out.
The new pre-cut stamps started with January 3rd orders. If you place your order tonight for our January release they will be pre-cut.
I also had some time over the New Year holiday to create this-
I just love these little blocks, I got the idea from Stempeleinmaleins. I also made one of the cube calendars using cream and browns. I plan on making quite a few more in the future.