Flora #1 Ephemera
Hello everyone! Anya here today to share more of Metropolitan Girl’s goodness! I was completely thrilled to get some art prints with this collection! Recently, we’ve remodeled our daughter’s room and this was such a great addition in decorating!
I love how these art prints are so versatile. They can go from vintage, to retro, to modern, depending on what you want to mix it with. Here I have a few white wood pieces, an Eiffel Tower statue and one of her favorite flowers – a succulent. Also, she keeps her journal here, since it matches the style and color scheme.
You can do so much with these. You could hang a mix of art prints, wood pieces and mirrors on the wall, preplanning everything on the floor first. You could mix framed art prints with framed pictures or you can simply align pieces on a wall shelf or furniture. I am planning to add a similar idea for my boy’s room with art prints from the Space Academy collection.
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Hello! Jana Eubank here. I love floral papers and the Carta Bella Flora No. 1 collection is full of them! I especially love it when the flower pattern is large enough to allow me to fussy-cut individual flowers to use as accents on my page ... and that is exactly what I have done on my project today!
Hi there everyone! Tya here to share with you a cute card using the adorable Just Be You collection. This seriously is the cutest line full of on trend icons and lovely uplifting sayings. The colors are bright and bold and were so fun to use.
I love adding lots of different shapes and textures to my cards. The circle background was cut from some navy solid paper using my Silhouette. I love the dimension that it gives. I also used a die cut tag from the Rounded Tag Die Cut set and tied it up with a pretty little aqua bow.
I have always loved this sentiment - so encouraging! I am looking forward to sending this card to one of my very best friends to remind her how beautiful she is. I cut this from the 3x4 Journaling Sheet.
The Element Sticker Sheet is full of beautiful icons like this flower cluster. I added the sticker to the corner of the journaling card using some foam dimensional squares for some interest. I also added some sparkly rhinestone jewel here and there on the card. Beautiful girls need their bling right?
This sentiment is part of the Ephemera Pack and I thought it was a great way to finish off the card. I added it to the bottom of the journaling card.
Thanks for stopping by today! If you have special girls in your life who need a little reminder of how amazing they are - this collection is just what you need to let them know just that!
Happy Crafting !
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Just Be You Collection
-6x6 Paper Pad
-3x4 Journaling Cards
-Navy/Yellow Coordination Solid
-Designer Dies Rounded Tag Die Set
-Carta Bella Ultra White Felt Cardstock
-Silhouette Electronic Die Cutting Machine
-Circle Lace Background Silhouette Shape
-Foam Dimensional Adhesive
-Aqua Sheer Ribbon
-Brown Distress Ink
Hi there Echo Park fans! It's Tya here and I am up on the blog today sharing the dashing new Once Upon a Time Prince collection with you today. If you love dragons, knights, enchanted forests and swords - this collection is for you! The papers and icons were so fun to work with and I loved the deep rich colors as well.I made a card trio showcasing this collection.
For my first card I highlighted this awesome dragon from the sticker sheet. He look great against the wood background paper. I also added some rhinestones to the sword and the banner sentiment for some added sparkle. A book and Fleur de Lis sticker were also used. I finished the card off by punching the navy solid paper with a notebook edge punch and tied some twine to the bottom edge.
My next card is reminiscent of that boy who never grew up - I loved the little green hat and bow and arrow sticker surround the "Lost Boy Rules" sticker. Up on the right top side is the Enchanted Forest filled with fun, colorful trees. The striped paper is contrasted nicely against the starry navy blue paper. I added some twine, and a wooden button to finish off this card.
For my final card I used lots of royalty themed stickers with a castle, crown, sword and shield on the front. I added some star stickers with some enamel dots on them I cut 2 different sized circles out of some red diamond pattern paper and some green pattern paper. I added a strip of colorful paper from the Great Hall pattern paper and a strip of navy solid paper that I used a edge punch for some added dimension. I glued a piece of twine that I looped into a circle behind the castle as well.
This collection is just so much fun - the icons are the perfect addition to a fun gift or card for that special little prince in your life. Thank you for stopping by the blog today - Happy Crafting!
-6x6 Paper Pad- I used the Great Hall, Bows and Arrows, Regal Banners, Enchanted Forest, and Happily Ever After papers
-Once Upon a Time Prince Solids Pack
-Once Upon a Time Prince Element Sticker
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Good morning card makers! Is there such a thing as too many cards? Maybe, but on the other hand, I always feel so happy when I can make or find a perfect card for that someone special! Anya here today to share a card with you that I made using the “Just be You” collection by Echo Park Paper. I began this card with a fun triangle pattern on the Fly Free pattern paper. It has multiple colors on it, from which I could build my colors scheme off.
The Smile pattern paper gave a nice solid background for the card. Also, I used a small Stitched Circle Nesting Die to cut some circle elements from the back of this paper and use them as embellishments.
Products I used to create this card:
Fly Free pattern paper
Smile pattern paper
3x4 Journaling Cards pattern paper
4x6 Journaling Cards
Pink Coordinating Solid
Just be You Ephemera
Fall is in the Air Enamel Dots
Rectangle Nesting Designer Dies
Stitched Circle Nesting Designer
Hello friends! Anya here today to share a set of valentines we made for my daughter’s class using the beautiful “Flora №1” collection by Carta Bella.
When it comes to making multiple gifts or cards, I am always looking for tips that can save me time as well as money.
Let me show you how you can make these in a few simple and easy steps, without purchasing any extra supplies, besides the ones you already own in your crafty corner!
To make these cute gift bags, I cut a few 12 x 12 pieces of pattern paper into 3 x 12 long strips. You will get four strips from each sheet of paper. Each one needs to be scored at 1.5”, 6” and 7.5” marks. Tape a heart shaped die to the 3 x 4.5 portion of the strip and cut a window. If you don’t have a heart shaped die, you can use a circle, square, scalloped circle or oval instead. Fold all scored lines and your basic bag construction is done.
For the inside of the bags, I used printable cards, that were cut to 3 x 4.25 and a plain sandwich bag.
All you need to do is slide the card into the bag, fold the bag over the card from both sides, and tape it down. Add the treats into each bag. Fold the top of the bag and staple it together.
To decorate my valentines, I used a number of dies and solid pattern paper by Echo Park Paper. For the doily, I used Designer Heart Doily Die. The banner was cut from the Designer Banners Set Designer Banners Set. The word “love” was found in Silhouette Love Die Set. The cute little hearts were cut with the Designer Princess Die Set.
For a finishing touch, I used boy and girl shaped dies from the same Silhouette Love Die Set to make the gifts a little more personalized. You can also add a bow and enamel dots to decorate the gifts.
Products used to make these valentines:
Peony Posy Journaling Cards pattern paper
Rose Garden Journaling Cards pattern paper
Rose Garden Bouquet pattern paper
Rose Garden Wreath pattern paper
Petunia Patch Bundle pattern paper
Peony Posy Cluster pattern paper
Designer Heart Doily Die
Designer Banners Set
Designer Princess Set
Silhouette Love Die Set
You gotta love a holiday that breaks into the winter doldrums with the purpose of telling everyone around you that you love and appreciate them! For that reason, Valentine's Day is one of my favorite holidays!