Thursday, May 18, 2017

My favorite Things...


It's been too long and i can't believe summer is almost here again.... I am excited for all the things we have planned to do as a family and of course it's warmer and the days are longer so that means more time to craft.

Today i am sharing some more of my favorite cards i did with Spellbinders when i was on the team. There were always so many gorgeous dies to chose from and both Becca Feeken and Stacey Caron were always my favorites.  And if you haven't been to the Spellbinders store lately you should go and see all the new things that they are releasing!!  It's amazing....


So this is probably one of my favorite things i did.  It's a wedding invitation using one of 
Becca Feeken's pocket dies.   It's gorgeous and easy to make and then all you have to do is fill it in with the invitation and response cards and mail them out.  What could be more elegant or gorgeous than that.


This one i did for one of the trade shows and it was fun to do a little sewing and lots of layers on it with that cute little owl.  I love snowflakes and using them on all kinds of things so this one was really special to me.


And this one i loved the colors and how simple and vintage it looked with the dies and the cute little rocking chair die.  The saying was really special too and perfect to give a special friend.


This one i really love because how the vellum looks as a layer on the card.  The light aqua is such a soft and pretty color and layers from the dies really stand out.  


This one is also one of my favorites because i mixed a bunch of dies together to make it.  I really love the gold and ivory colors together and the butterflies were my moms favorite.


And this one I love because of the pretty designs in the dies and the textured backround.  It was super easy to make with all those gorgeous layers that came in the set and a fun stamp i had in my stash.

Thanks for dropping over and seeing what's new.  And i hope i gave you some ideas to create
a fun card or cards to send out this weekend.... Big Hugs and Smiles!!







Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Ruby Rock-it Favs

I don't often get the chance to share my other teams posts on my blog but i have a few i want to share today that are some of my favs.  Ruby Rock-it if you don't know already has some amazing paper lines and they also have this fun line called Fundamentals.  These are all your basics that you always need like colored cards, letter, bling, flowers, mini letters and so much more to use for all your crafty things.  I am so blessed to be able to work with all that they have and hope you enjoy a few of the things that i was able to design for them.


This is one of my favorite wedding paper lines that they carry. It is called Betrothed and you can find the link here to order it. It has both gold and silver on the papers so it's easy to mix a neutral color with it to make it personal to match a wedding.


And these papers are from another wedding line that has lots of pretty grey patterns and whites in it.  I mixed it with the Hearts and Stripes papers in silver and pink for these fun Valentine projects.


And this project i did for a friend for her new baby girl.  I used lots of pinks and kraft papers and then added their pretty gold faded empire letters on the top.  They have so many pretty things......


This is also from one of the Bella wedding lines of paper.  This one is called "True Romantic".  I used lots of bling and the new doilies that they came out with in the Fundamentals lines and really had some fun with it.  Just layering pretty papers makes such gorgeous pages.  


And... lastly this is one of my favorite vintage lines that they have called "Faded Empire".  I love all the beautiful colors in this one and really had a good time just making lots of things with it for gifts.  I also used some of my favorite dies from Spellbinders... looks like i will never get over my obsession with them.  Anyway thanks for stopping over to see what is new and hope you have a wonderful and very, very crafty day!!  Teresa

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

2017 Queen of Hearts blog hop


Welcome to the Quietfire Design's 2017 Queen of Hearts Blog Hop.  This week we're celebrating the release of the new dies, stencils and stamps from Quietfire Design by sharing our best projects!!

Today i am sharing a card that i made with the new stamp release called "Always Believe".  I really love the sentiment on this card and it's such a nice one to send to a friend or colleague to give them a little encouragement in a tough time.


For my card i started with a plain white base and then cut a smaller bit of dark blackish grey to go over it.  Then i used a die to cut the pink rose backround paper and attached that with 3D Foam squares to the card base. 

To make the top i cut it with a die and stamped my image in the center with black ink.  Then i embossed it with clear and let it dry for a few minutes.  To bring out the edges I used a sponge applicator and inked around the inside edges of the space with the die over it to slightly darken it.  And to make it pop out even more i die cut a smaller piece of the blackish grey paper and put it under the sentiment. 

And i finished it with a few tiny rhinestones, some pink folliage and a pretty black satin bow trimmed in silver to match the rhinestones.  


To see the entire new release be sure and check out the "what's new" on the website...

Here is our Blog Hop Schedule with the dates that each of the designers will be posting
Sun Feb 12 - Suzanne 

Mon Feb 13 - Wanda and Connie
Tues Feb 14 Robyn and Teresa
Wed Feb 15 - Kathy Jo and Diana 
Thurs Feb 16 Yvonne and Yogi
Fri Feb 17 Selma


What would a celebration be without a giveaway!? Suzanne is giving away stamps, dies or stencils to random winners on each blog. 
Make sure you leave a comment below before midnight Sunday February 19, 2017. A winner will be randomly chosen from my list of comments and the winner's name will be posted on Quietfire Creations shortly afterwards. Visit and leave comments on all the designers Queen of Hearts blog posts! You can go back if you've missed any of them. 
Good Luck!

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Getting ready for Valentines...

I am so happy for the start of this new year and thankfully one of the first holidays is Valentines and it's my favorite one.  I love all the papers and other goodies you get to create with and it's been fun creating for my DT with all of their gorgeous products too.  So today i have a pretty card that i 
made with a stamp set I got from Penny Black last year.  It's filled with lots of fun sayings so i am sure i will have more to share in the next couple of weeks.  


The papers are from Graphic 45's Mon Amour set and the flowers are a mixture of things in my stash that went really good with this really gorgeous paper line.  I love the muted colors and prints, they are the perfect size and colors to mix and match.


The dies i used are of course from Spellbinders.  I used the basic circle and lacy circles to cut the paper and the tiny doily is from Ruby Rock-its new fundamentals.  The stamp fit perfectly in the center of it.  I hope that you like it.  

Thanks for dropping by and i hope that you have a really nice weekend!!

Teresa



Thursday, January 5, 2017

Time for Tea and a blog hop too...


Hi and welcome to our first Craft Hoarders blog hop of the new year 2017... I hope that your holidays were really fun and you all got lots of time off to spend doing fun things with family and friends.  I spent lots of time at the castle this year which was really fun but did get a few moments to spend with my family to relax so it was a wonderful holiday for me.

If you started the hop in the beginning then you should have arrived from Bonnie's blog....


Today i have a few projects to share that i did for Ruby Rock-it's Faded Empire Collection.  This beautiful line was one of my favorites and i went a little crazy making up some things for a tea party and would also work great for Valentines. The paper line had lots of tags and other fun embellishments and gorgeous victorian papers to create cards, tags and boxes with.  All the fancy edges i have on them are from Spellbinders dies... i have so many of them it's really nice to be able and use them for lots of projects i have....but you can use punches to achieve some of the same ideas.




These projects are my favorites.  Not only for the pretty colors in the papers but also for the pretty princess diecuts that they have to go with the paper line.  It was really fun to do this.


Thanks for stopping by and be sure to finish the hop by stopping over to 
Barbara's blog... Each of us is giving a random prize so be sure and leave a comment for a chance to win.  Here is a photo of my prize from Ruby Rock-it!!  I will announce the winner on the 9th and it's only open to US residents :) 


So it's time again to hop on over to Barbara's blog to see what she has to share!

Supply List:
Spellbinders Dies

Paper trimmer, scissors, ribbons

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