I had cut the Bugaboo Presents out and they were still on my desk as was the scrap of dark chocolate file folder. I made a tag. This will go on one of my Christmas presents and the USPS truck just dropped one of my packages off and I'm in the midst of wrapping it. So have a wonderful season.
Bugaboo Stamps presents
Elizabeth Crafts Design Tags and More 1
Once upon a time, there was a fairy and her name was Fairy Christmas from the land of Bugaboo. She only came to life when she was painted and it didn't matter what colors she might wear, she always looked excited and sweet.
I'd like to share the fairy that made my month, Fairy Christmas!
I used a new die-cut here, all the bubbles and dots are part of the Memory Box Loopy Rings die.
I think if I titled the card below anything, this would be Fairy Bubbles. I was having fun with a new Die and went bubble happy. I just love coloring this particular image and hope you had a great month.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this month's treasures. Visit Die Cut Divas for our last day of the challenge sponsored by Bugaboo.
I colored these Bugaboo images and then didn't know what I wanted to do with them. I thought round and went from there. I made one tag with the Lacy die-cut as a backing to the blue folder from which I die-cut the round ornament.
I found some wonderful blue patterned papers and die cut the ornaments from those papers. I like the way they turned out. They'll go on my presents to my family for Christmas.
Tis the time to work on your holiday cards. I'm sure you must know I love, love, love the Bugaboo Sun Bonnet (SB) gals. I think she's being pretty careful with that ornament. You can find her here.
I colored her with Copic markers, using my markers on the side panels also. This is my sample card for the November Challenge. Go check Die Cut Divas out.
Front of card
See how the card opens
Inside of card when opened.
I saved some space to write a little something under the Season's Greetings.
I had to dress Poppy up in a patterned paper, just had to. I turned the Delicate branch frame upside down so Poppy could sit relaxed and happy. I hear him whistling a merry tune right now. I wondered how this would work upside down, but I think it actually looks like it was made for dear Poppy, don't you?
I used a patterned note card that had a white die-cut like center and I knew the branch frame would not fit the note card framing, but thought I'd give it a go and I think it works. It's not too far from the outline and the focal point (yes, it is the owl) draws the eye past any discrepancies in matching the die-cut with the imprinted card base. HAPPY DAYS!
Hope you like Poppy. He's totally fun to work with.
Close-up of Poppy with his BIG EYES made out of black gems.
Aren't these cute? I took a class and had some fun making a holiday village. I think the trees are a nice touch. We even went so far as to sparkle the trees! Don't you like the finishing touch of putting a bell into the top window on the left, like a belfry? I love the papers and all the wonderful embellishments.
All mothers have to be patient at one time of another. That's what the fun lady, Stella, from Bugaboo is practicing, but we don't know for sure because normally she'll go Darth Vader on you.
I had Stella colored for a good six months, but I hadn't done anything yet, but when I die-cut the positive of the die, I knew exactly what I wanted to do and had enough of this scrap paper to fill up the space inside the die-cut. Here's an orange moon distressed with distress ink Spiced Marmalade and matching glitter that I had to use because it was a match made under the moon, so to speak. I received this great background stamp from a friend and had to test it out. I thought it would be a fun card to send to my coffee drinking friend whose patience runs a bit think at times.
Hope you like this because I found myself finding it fun and delightful.
When I got this car die, I was overwhelmed. I put it aside to work on when I had time to determine what went where. I still have one tiny piece that didn't go on this car. The next time I do this car, maybe I'll know for sure where it goes. I actually think it's the dog in the window's tongue... yes, his tongue. There are a ton of little things that are easy to lose, especially when you also take stuff to color. After you go through the first time, I think you'll have an idea of where everything goes and it will go smoother and faster.
I embossed the card with a Cuttlebug frame die and cut blue patterned paper with the smaller die of a Poppystamps die called Photo Cuts. The "Let it Snow" die is a Cottage Cutz die which I cut out of a thin Glitter paper
Here's a close up of dog and car. No tongue on the dog. LOL
Christmas Cheer Car w/ Tree (4 X 6) from Cottage Cutz
Now that I've done one, I'd like to put together another, but I have so much to do that I may not get one done for another couple of months. Since the tree is separate from the rest, you could use this ol' car for any season. It's pretty good size. I'm not even sure where I bought it.
I know Halloween was in October, but I had to make a scary Halloween card. It's a wonderful crazy American holiday with candy, spooky tricks or treats and fantastic costumes. This mummy is saying "BOO" to you!
We're having a holiday at Die Cut Divas, so join the fun! You're asking me what holiday????
If you've joined the Card Chain Challenge (CCC) at Society of Stampaholics, then you know we send out real cards to real people once a month. It's so nice to get a beautiful handmade card in the mail. This is the card I made for my dear partner for October, but am not showing until today. I thought this image from Bugaboo was just too cute not to use for Halloween, which was only yesterday! I kept the colors spooky. Lots of black and some Burlap distress ink too. I think I have a kooky sense of humor because I just found it funny to stamp "tired of texting" on a banner.
The wonderful spider is colored grunge paper, colored with Distress ink and Distress glitter. The image behind the coffin is actually a tree on a wood block from Tim Holtz (v1-1219). I've had it for years and never really used it. I stamped it in black and London Fog several times each. I smudged distress ink, Burlap, on the same panel as the tree and on the sentiment. BOO is die-cut from a Memory Box alphabet set. This was a totally FUN card to make.