I've colored the image using Copic markers. The oval die cuts are Jaded Blossom Stitched Oval Dies. The border and stitched hearts are from the JB Valentine dies set. The patterned papers are from American Crafts.
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You can see projects made using each of the images when you visit the design team blog at
I hope you had a wonderful holiday and that this New Year brings lots of joy to you and yours.
It's my turn to share a project on the Paper Crafting World blog.
I can't believe it's time to start thinking of Valentine's Day projects but it will be here before you know it. Paper Crafting World has a lot of Valentine files to whet your crafty appetite. I chose a new file which is a 3 D Mailbox.
This will make such a cute treat box but you could also put tiny Valentine notes in the box.
I made it into a shaker box by using Jaded Blossom stitched rectangle dies to cut a shaker window and frame. I used my Fuse tool to make the shaker pocket. I also cut out one of the sides and added a frame for the heat embossed sentiment. The added cutouts are from a K&Company set of chipboard icons that I've had in my stash for a long time. I also die cut the word, MAIL from Jaded Blossom Alphabet Dies to add to the front of the box. The patterned papers are from Pink Paisley. I like the non-traditional Valentine look of them.
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The "good bye" sentiment is computer generated. My OLD supplies include the patterned papers from Paper Studio's Eat Cake stack, and my Jaded Blossom Stitched Rectangle dies (oh, and my Copic markers). The "Celebrate" word die and shadow is new from Neat and Tangled and the "curly border" die is new from Taylored Expressions.
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I've made a gift tag to celebrate the New Year. It would be perfect to add to any hostess gift you're sharing. I've used the pre colored version of New Year Baby Snow.
Funny story: I had a different image and it was all laid out and ready to color. Then I realized that the image said 2016!!! Oops, that wasn't going to work so I quickly downloaded the pre colored version of Baby Snow and my project was saved.
I used Jaded Blossom's newest die sets, Scalloped Hexagons, Stitched Hexagons, and Words to create my tag. I cut two words and off set them to make them pop a little more.
Thanks for stopping in today. I hope you'll play along with our challenge by adding your project using the link above.
Today I'm participating in a joint blog hop presented by the Cut It Up and Die Cuttin' Divas design teams.
Welcome to this co-hop withDie
Cuttin’ DivaandCut It Up. We are so glad that you are joining us today and super excited
to share our inspiration with you.
We have a line-up of DT
members frombothteams sharing Holiday Treats and we
are hoping you enjoy them all. Our teams even had to play Secret Santa and send
their project to a fellow team member as a surprise. It's all about the joy of
giving this holiday season!
How about some prizes?
Georgiana is offering a surprise
goodie pack. And there is more blog candy being offered along the way.
Secret Santa's Rules…
sure you are a follower on each stop along this hop.
a comment oneachproject and you will be entered to win
one of the prizes.
Prize winners will be announced onTuesday,
I created my project
forKatrinaon theCut it Up team.
I hope she enjoys this hot chocolate and treats gift. I sure had fun creating it for her.
The hot chocolate holder is a Silhouette Design store file. The Arched Handle box holding the "goodies" is from SVG Cutting Files. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut both files. The patterned paper is from Carta Bella's Christmas Delivery set. I also used Jaded Blossom Fall Dies (sign), Mini Tag Dies 2, Winter Dies (snowflakes), Sweet Treats and Christmas Signs stamp sets.
After importing the file into my Silhouette software, I added an offset and then print and cut the image and offset separately so that I could pop the reindeer onto the offset for a little dimension. I added Spectrum Noir Sparkle glitter to the lights and Glossy Accents to the eyes. The sentiment mat is a stitched rectangle die from Jaded Blossom. The sequins are from Jillibean.
Here is what the Cutie file includes:
I hope you'll play along with us. You have 3 weeks to enter. Just click the Challenge link above.