Hi there! Today we’re sharing with you a gorgeous creation by our talented DT member Davina.
To set this heavenly scene, Davina used our Let’s Celebrate stand-alone die to do a quick and easy yet perfect looking background. She also used the cute little unicorn images from our Birthday Unicorn stamp set and coordinating dies. I love the coloring and dots detailing she did on the unicorns – so pretty!
I love how she used a white base for this card, which allows the confetti-cut-out negative spaces to pop in the beautifully ink blended sky! The citrus rainbow hue is so gorgeous.
The layered vellum cloud and the sequins gave this card the perfect finishing touches! The little gift image at the bottom is from the An Amazing Friend stamp set. Head over to her blog to check out more!
Hi there everyone! Today I’m thrilled to share with you a creation by Vera featuring our Home Sweet Home stand-alone die.
For this card, she also incorporated the cute little penguins from the Penguin Agenda stamp set. I love how she placed two penguins looking through the windows and two popping at the door which really makes the card come to life!
I really like the light peachy brick façades which she blended onto the house. The denim color roof gives it a super nice contrast. I also love how she kept the cut-outs of the arch windows and made them into different colors.
To give the card a little more details, she added a lamp, the banners and the potted plant from our Rabbit Café stamp set.
Thank you so much Vera for sharing this wonderful inspiration featuring our Home Sweet Home stand-alone die! We love it!
Hi crafty friends! Hope you are having a brilliant day! Today, I’d like to share a few recent awesome creations from our DT which I really really love, all showcasing our Penguin Agenda stamp set and coordinating dies.
First we have Noga. She paired one of the cute penguin image with the cup of coffee from our Rabbit Café stamp set to made this simple and neat “Coffee Lover” tag! ^.^ so cute!
Then we have Vera with her two gorgeous cards. First she did a happy birthday card.
I just love the color blending and the rosy little cheeks on these penguins!
She also did a friendship card. I love the random musical notes that she stamped out multiple times. This card looks so vibrant and fun!
Then we have Franci with her “just-because” card. She chose the “Ping me Anytime” sentiment on her card which I love. For this card, she used all of the Penguin images from the set^^. I love the golden heart she added as the final touch!
Davina made her signature landscaped orientation card. I love how she incorporated images from our Summer Sunshine stamp set. It really gave the card a cool beachy look with the background color of the ocean!
Then we have Ali’s awesome birthday cards. First she made a slider card with the Penguin with the party hat on, and used the sentiments from our It’s Your Day stamp sets. She also used the confetti cut-outs from the Let’s Celebrate stand-alone die, which compliments perfectly with the birthday card theme!
The background color blending on Ali’s second card is bold and beautiful. The die cut circles really made all of these little penguins pop!
I hope you enjoy these inspiration from the team! Stay tuned for more wonderful projects.
I love how the colors on this card come together flawlessly. Ali also used our fancy hearts scalloped boarders stand-alone die on this card to create an eye-catching boarder detail. I love the white heat-embossed bold lettering sentiment on the black strip which really pops out.
Next we have Noga’s lovely creation. I just love how neat Noga’s card is. The stamped images together with the die-cut circles with the tumbled glass ink blending showing through, somehow reminds me of the windows of an airplane!^.^
Last but not least we have Davina’s card. I love the ink blending on this card. The image of the little girl & her puppy with the map really makes the focal point. The accessories images coordinate this perfectly. I also love the gold heat embossed bold letters which is a great final touch to her card! Head over to her blog for more details!