Hello everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug and I have a project to share. This is a gift bag and card all in one! I used the newly released Winter Boys Set for that fun snowboarder.
I used the SVG Cutting File A2 Card Bag to cut the bag and the Curved Fold Over Base for the card.
I printed and colored the snowboarder with Copic markers. I hand cut him out and I stamped the sentiment using My Craft Spot's Birthday Wishes stamp set.
I wrapped some twine around the side of the card and used a star brad to hold it in the center. Before adding the card to the bag base, I wrapped some twine around for a closure and glued it onto the bag. Then I tied the card shut using the twine.
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Hello! Melissa here today and I just finished making projects with new digi stamps from Digi My World. The new set this week is called "Winter Time Boys" and will be available this Friday. So ADORABLE! I just loved coloring these cute images. I made these treats for my sweets that love to ski. Of course this set designed to be Boys.. but I think switching up the colors makes for a pretty sporty girl ;)
Sorry I forgot to pay attention to the Copic Combos I used... since I did this card in a last minute haste!!
Hope you enjoy... I will be adding the GC Die to the inside to surprise my brother with a holiday Gift card!
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Hello everyone! This is GiGi from The Cricut Bug and I have a super cute Christmas card to share with you. I used the Santa's Helper-Emily for this card. Isn't she adorable?
I colored Emily using Copic markers and added some Stickles to her headband and shoes. I used a white gel pen to add the dots on her dress and the highlights on the berries. I inked the edges of the mat in a light green and stamped the background stripe. I added a bow to the bottom and some gems to the corners. To finish I added the stamped sentiment and added it with pop dots.
I hope you all like my card and thanks for stoppin in!
Hey everyone, it's Barb from BugBites with a little card to celebrate all the snow so many of us are seeing this week.
The cute digi I used is called Winter Blues. It is listed under the Winter category.
I actually used the clipart version of this digi stamp today. I am not always confident in my coloring skills nor do I have a ton of markers to make those wonderful color combos. But by using the clipart, it was all colored up nicely for me.
I brought the image into the Silhouette software and did a quick trace followed by making a shadow layer before printing and cutting it. I actually was able to get 6 of these on a 12x12 sheet of paper.
The card base is an svg file from SVG Cutting files. Before cutting it, I added a little shape to the front so my treat would show through. I did the same to the mat that comes with the card base.
Hi Crafty Friends,
It's Larelyn from Handmade From My Heart. Today is my day to share with you. I'm on the downhill slide towards completing my Christmas cards. I try to send as many hand-colored ones as possible but I must admit that my Cameo and some SVG Cutting Files may bail me out in the end LOL.
For this card I chose one of the adorable penguins from the Chibi Penquins set. You can find the entire set HERE.
I'm having a blast being part of this team and even my Copic coloring is getting better too! This adorable snowman is part of the Traditional Snowmen Digital Stamp set which can be found here.
For the base of my card, I used one of the new Fold Over Card Bases over at SVG Cutting Files. I didn't want the fold over part, so I just used my Silhouette Studio to modify the base a little.
I printed and cut my image with my Silhouette Cameo and then colored it in with Copics. To make the snow, I cut some white cardstock with one of the My Creative Time Fun Stitched Edges dies. Then I put it through my Xyron Sticker maker and poured the Martha Stewart Glitter on it to completely cover it.
Hello Crafty Friends,
It's Larelyn from Handmade From My Heart. Today I wanted to share another image from the Chibi Snowmen release. I love snowmen and having both the Traditional and Chibi sets just gives me so many possibilities.
I also love having a complete set of card bases close at hand. It sure makes it easy to create fun fold cards. This is the Center Step Open Circle card base from SVG Cutting Files.
Hello! Melissa here with a card featuring "Emily". She is from the Santa's Helpers collection from the new release last week. She is such a beautiful image.. I colored with her Copic Markers to look like my niece Emily. :)
I wanted her to have a purple dress and found some purple and green Christmas paper from Recollections, The Ballet. The card base is from SVG Cutting files but I added an extra shadow on the layers. The sentiment is from Jaded Blossom's Merry & Bright.
I created this fun Treat Box Card using a great tutorial found HERE. I colored that adorable penguin using Copic markers and added some glitter for the snow. I cut out the tag using My Craft Spot's Tiny Tags Metal Dies and stamped the sentiment using the Tiny Tags 3 stamp set. I added it to the mat using a brad and added a bow to the bottom side.
A fun little card AND candy box!
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I hope you all liked my project and thanks for stopping in!
Welcome to release week and the first sneaky peek of the new releases!
Today I'm sharing Emily of the Santa's Helpers files.
And...if you don't think this is the sweetest little image EVER...there will be three more helpers available! You can find them here on Friday.
To print out my digital files I import the PNG file into my Silhouette software. Once I have it in there, I create the base of my card, sometimes it is just a regular rectangle (standard A2 4.250 x 5.50 inches) base. Other times I create a shaped card or use some card bases from SVG Cutting Files.
Once that is the correct size, I size down my digital image to fit on the card. With that complete then I use the Trace feature to trace the image and create a cut line. I like to have a white border around my images, and in order to do this, you use the offset feature to create a shadow.
I always print out my images onto X-Press It Blending Card with my Epson Printer. LOVE that with this printer and ink, I don't even have to wait for anything to dry. As soon as it's printed I can start coloring and there is no smearing of the printer ink at all. :)
I colored the image in with Copics and the Wink of Stella Glitter Pen for the white parts. Then I added some pearls around her neck.
PaperTrey Ink White cardstock
DoodleBug Designs Home for the Holidays 6x6 paper stack
Hello Everyone! Melissa here and I had time to craft this week and made a small gift bag with a new image from Digi My World, Getting Ready. The Getting Ready set comes with 3 kids and are super cute and fun to color.
Isn't she just the sweetest thing loving her new dolly on Christmas morning? If you haven't visited the store to see the newest holiday releases, you really should. They are delightful and so much fun to color.