Friday, April 28, 2017

Guest Designer Terri Burson

Hello, papercrafters!  Terri Burson here, from Waving My Wand, with my Guest Design Team post.  I'm thrilled to be sharing a couple of cards, the first of which features stenciling, using the Layered Rose Doily Bloom and Card Phrases.




I just happened to have the perfect designer paper in my stash to incorporate some of my MKC cut files.  The papers are from the Crate Paper Bloom collection and has "Hello" printed all over.   I downloaded the lovely Card Phrase quotes and cut the word Hello, included in this file.  Perfect! 

 Next, I trimmed the trio of rose blooms from the Layered Rose Doily and used it as a stencil on the designer paper, sponging on Ranger distress ink in Abandoned Coral .  I also used the print and cut feature with my Cricut to cut the heart duo; one of the shapes included in the card phrase set.  I changed the ink color to white on one of my hearts.   Love it!




Next, I made a scallop shaped card  by using the welding feature of my Cricut Explore.  I used one of the scallop base elements included in the Layered Rose Doily file, sizing it to 4.5".  I copied the image and rotated and stacked one above the other and welded two single petals together, then folded.  I used the print and cut feature to print the rose bloom doily, sized at 4" and changed to a light gray color for my black/white theme.




I wanted some sparkle on this card, so I went to the Card Phrases file again and cut "Thank You", covered it in a light coat of glue and sprinkled black extra fine glitter.  To speed things along, I used my heat emboss tool to quickly dry, then popped it up on foam squares.  All my adhesives are by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.  Using the Flourish Leaf Set, I once again used the print and cut feature of  my Cricut Explore, changing my colors to gray and black.  I love being able to switch out colors in unexpected ways, and I really love the detail on these leaves.  

I stacked my leaf stems and embellished with a bit of lace, silver thread and a bubble embellishment from DoubleClick Skittles.  Lastly, I accented my card with Perfect Pearls.




Thanks so much for having me!  Pop in and see me sometime on any of my social media sites using @wavingmywand or follow my blog at Waving My Wand.  I'd love to see you!

Saturday, April 22, 2017

2017 Learn to Dance in the Rain

Hello Guys I'm Back To Share With You My DT Post, So as we all know Life can be touchy at times and it's good to remind yourself to Stay Focus and Never Give up so that is what my project is about  I Used 2 Files  Spring Rainbow and Rain Day Umbrella Hope You Enjoy Don't Forget To Grab Your FREEBIE and Don't Forget To Subscribe to My Channel on YouTube at spyrorocks346 Click On The Link Below for more details . Smoochez Gloria ~MKCDT~~ 


             
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Tea-riffic

Hi all.  It's Kim from Katydid Cards.  I've been wanting to use this Tea Pot and coordinating Stacked Tea Cups for a while now.  With Mother's Day coming up next month, it was a perfect time for me to use them for my Miss Kate Cuttables design team post.  Here's the front of the card...you can't tell it's an easel just yet.




Making an easel card is pretty easy once you know where to score and fold.  In this case, I created a mirror image above the base of the teapot.  Then I slid the top piece down so the pieces overlap (this is where the fold will be) and welded the two pieces.  I created a score line across the middle of the card and another half way between that score and the top.  As I want to have a full teapot on the front, I also cut a single base...and created an internal offset to use for my panel inside.

And here it is opened:



Miss Kate's files always have such great layering to them.  I just love how dimensional this card looks.


If you'd like more details on the construction of the card or more pictures, just visit me at my blog.  In the meantime have a tea-riffic day!




Thursday, April 20, 2017

Happy Birthday 'Gator

Hi Everybody! 
Jenny from Crazy About Cricut here, and I'm so excited to share another Miss Kate Cuttables project with you!  First I want to make sure you grab the freebie of the day HERE.  Now, onto today's project!
 
 
Here is the file I used:
 
 
 
I have a friend who recently had a birthday, so I decided to use this adorable alligator for a card!  Here's how it turned out:
 


*What a cutie!!
 
I hope you enjoyed my project! I'd love to see some of you try one of these and share it on the Miss Kate Cuttables Facebook page HERE, or on my Facebook page HERE. TFL, and hope everyone has a chance to craft today :)

 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

You Blow me Away!

Hello and Happy Wednesday!  Thank you for joining me for my newest project using Miss Kate Designs.

Before I share, I want to remind you to go and gab your Freebie of the Day!

 
And now, here is my card for today...
 
 
 
I used MKD Kite file for my project - isn't it darling!  Just a quick, easy, fun card that could be used for several occasions.  I had such fun making it. 
 
I hope you enjoyed my card and that you will stop by often so see other projects made by our wonderful Miss Kate Designs DT! 
 

 


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Day of Fun Layout

Hello my crafty friends!!

It's Connie Can Crop here and my day to post with  Miss Kate Cuttables!  

But first, did you know that Miss Kate Cuttables gives away a free file everyday?
YES, absolutely FREE. So what are you waiting for, head over there and get your free file now!!

This month I have a super fun layout I created using 2 different files from Miss Kate.

What a perfect title for a day at an amusement park! Get Day of Fun HERE. 

 This Ferris Wheel file is so cute! I just love Ferris Wheels!!



I also added some fun stamped images from Close to my Heart and sequins! This layout is based on a sketch but I can't for the life remember whose it was! But it's awesome!


I can't thank you enough for checking out my project. It means the world to me and I hope you truly enjoyed it. May it inspire you to create something wonderful!   Scrappy Hugs!


Friday, April 14, 2017

Guest Designer Ginger Ropp

Hello everyone!
Today I am excited to share my project for the Miss Kate Cuttable Blog. I am a guest designer this week and decided to create a shaped card. Before I share my card make sure you grab the freebie of the day!

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For my project I used the Easter Egg in flowers file. I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 so I could create a shaped card.




MKC Easter Egg Shaped Card 
  I used some fun papers from Doodlebug for the egg as well as some Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes
paper for the flowers.



 MKC Easter Egg card closeup 
There you have it! If you have never made a shaped card I hope you give it a try! Have a great week! 


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