All CottageCutz Dies are linked to the Scrapping Cottage Store for easy findings. On my card I used some pretty Crate Paper Design paper I got from the Warehouse sale last year here in Utah. I layered it, and did some sewing on each layer. Next I airbrushed the clouds using a die cut for the outline. All the CottageCutz pieces were cut in white, and then colored using copic markers. I did add some half backed pearls to the CottageCutz Vine. The border is CottageCutz Sweetheart Border, I love this border, its one of my many favorites from the Scrapping Cottage! All the wording are from the CottageCutz Expressions line. I used the MOM Expressions die, and the Thinking of you Expressions die,. I just colored them with copics to match my design.
Thank you for looking and hope you have an AWESOME week!
This time with card which is perfect to congratulate someone who graduate, for example. I took Bible and Lilies die and cut out the book three times. I colored them with different Distress Inks and made pile of books.
By the way, did you see new Spring release, already? It is so inspiring, I love it. I also cut out little Owl and Congratulation Expression and put everything together. I like the simplicity of this card. It was really quickly finished. But with such great dies is everything easy:) This is why I love CottageCutz dies. Motives speak for themselves.
this project I cut the cardstock (folded in half) using the Two tags
die with the Big Shot. Make sure to place the cardstock fold just below
the cutting line on the die so that the fold doesn't get cut.
Hello everyone, Cheryl here today with my CottageCutz Critter Mini Album I made using Toilet Paper Rolls. On this mini, I did add a spine and binding, so that it looks like a mini book. I love the way this one turned out, and LOVE all the CottageCutz Dies I used in it, This one was super fun to make!
Wow, have you checked out the CottageCutz Critterville release at The Scrapping Cottage. It's Carol here today to share a project. Oh my goodness these dies are as sweet as can be. And don't you just love the feel of spring with the sweet little animals and outdoor feel of the little critter cottages. These are so delightful to work with. I just cut out the pieces from some cardstock I had on my work table-it was bright lime green and kraft. This is what I got after using distress inks. I love me some distress ink!