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8.18.2015

A Hauntingly Adorable Card!!!

Hello and welcome back fellow crafters!! For this design team project for The Cutting Cafe we got to work with the super adorable Elisha Jean and Friends Sets. I choose to work with Elisha Jean and Friends Being Good Witches.


I used a few more Cutting Cafe Sets to create my sweet little Halloween scene. I used the Easel Card Template (which I LOVE!!), The 3D House Set for the tree, Garden Stand Ups for the sign and grass and Halloween and Fall Basic Shapes for the crooked fence, pumpkins, bat, moon and broom.


I colored the little witch Mikala Ann with Copics markers adding in a belt and some shading. This is my first Copic coloring that I have shared as I have been teaching myself how to use them properly. Who knew you couldn't just color with markers!?! I think the coloring came out pretty good!


I added some fun little rats with glitter on them and put one in my little witches hand after I cut the broom out of her hand and lots of Stickles accents throughout.


Here's a close up of the sign. I found the tombstone sag through a google search.


Here's a side shot so you can see the easel.


I really hope you enjoy my project as much as I enjoyed making it!! I think it turned out pretty darn cute!!


8.06.2015

A Moustache Box!!!

Hello and welcome back fellow crafters!! Here is my project for the design team at The Cutting Cafe!! I choose to work with Post It Note Box and Cover Set! When it comes to the stationary type projects I like to stick with a more masculine aesthetic. I like to think that if I had a need for a stationary set it would definitely be more masculine and made from wood. So here it is!


I used a wood grain paper and a burlap ribbon to keep everything together. I also used some stickles to make it look like there are rivets around the outside of the lid.


I used a navy pinstripe paper for the covers of the post it notes and choose to use the included PDF file to print the wraps with the pre-printed words.


I think it turned out pretty darn cute! I hope you like! Make sure you head over to The Cutting Cafe Blog and check out the other projects by the design team members. If you leave a comment you could win 3 free files from The Cafe!!!