What an awesome year 2017 was here at Miss Kate Cuttables!!
We had the most amazing guest designers this year and were so lucky to be able to showcase their talents! We wanted to make sure you all were able to see what adorable projects they created using Miss Kate Cuttables files! So please join us as we take another look at all of their creations!
January 20th- Anita Curran
January 27th- Angela Corcoran
February 3rd- Kimberly Sisco
February 17th- Lori Ames
March 17th- Roberta Stevenson
March 24th- Sonja Bakonyi
April 14th- Ginger Ropp
April 28th- Terri Burson
May 12th- Gerda Bonfrere
June 16th- Evelyn Holmberg
June 23rd- Rebecca Altimirano
July 14th- Martha Lucia Gomez
August 18th- Karin Adamczyk
August 25th- Julie Weise
September 15th- Kim Ferguson
September 29th- Christi Steinbeck
October 27th- Jenny Fruchey
November 17th- Christi Steinbeck
November 24- Angela Corcoran
December 15th- Rebecca Altimirano
Thank you to all of our wonderful guest design team members, and to all of our super MKC fans for supporting Miss Kate and the designers.
2018 promises to be just as wonderful with a bunch of new guests and fabulous projects!! It kicks off January 12th so be sure to stay tuned!
Well Hello Everyone It Me Again Today I'm Bring You My Last Card Of My Christmas Series and Also My Last DT project Its has been one of my best Experience and I want to thank you ,So on to my Card I used Waving Santa isn't he just too cute so I hope you Guys have a wonderful Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018. Smoochez, Oh By The Way Go Grab You FREEBIE Love Ya Click on the Link Below
Today I'm sharing a project made using one of Miss Kate Cuttables new Paper Die Cuts, Ho Ho Ho. These die cuts are wonderful to work with. They make easy work out of any project. If you haven't looked at them yet, here's the link. And while I'm sharing links, here's one to the Freebie of the Week. Now let me show you the gift card holder I made.
I used almost all the pieces provided, leaving only one elf (which I'm going to use as a gift tag on one of my Christmas packages this year) and the snowflakes, which I'm saving for another project.
Coordinating perfectly with these dies is the digital patterned paper from the North Pole Collection. I embossed the bottom side mats with the Northern Flurries embossing folder and the mats for the top with the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder.
I wanted the Ho Ho Ho to pop, so I created little braces for it. Here's a look at that:
When you open the box, you get a little surprise.
The contents of the box are connected to the lid with ribbon. I ran it through a slit and attached it to the top under the mat. The ribbon also connects each of the six panels in alternating colors. I print and cut the mats from the same digital collection I used for the outside of the box. Here are the first three panels.
And here is a picture of the second three.
On the final panel, I used one of the elements of the kit as a holder for the gift card. I just attached a little glue on either side. On the end of the ribbon, I attached a little gift box die cut on either side.
I made this using cut file from the Silhouette store. Intended to be a mini album, I think it makes for a unique gift card holder as well. I know just how I'm going to use this!
I am so excited to be a guest Designer for the Miss Kate Blog!
I made a 5 X 7 card with the Christmas Tree Truck file, I also used some Close To My Heart retired Christmas paper and a Close To My Heart embossing folder, I also used Cranberry ink and sales the sentiment Christmas Joy from the Close To My Heart Stamp set Merriest Christmas Holiday!
I hope the person that I send this card to enjoys it !