Happy Monday everyone! To start off the week, I’m sharing three cards created using the die set from i-Crafter called Puppy Love.
These cards were super easy peasy! I die cut the three doggies from the stamped images from the die set Puppy Love and then colored them up using copic markers. I decided because of their size that they had to be their own star of the show so I wanted to use one for each card. For the background, I did quick ink blending using Honey Bee Stamps Whimsical Hearts stencil with Speckled Egg and Kitsch Flamingo.
For my first card, I used the sentiment from the Happy Birthday Wiper Insert and added some of the die accessories for the dog. It looks like he’s eyeing that bone doesn’t he?
For this second card, I thought it was so cute that he looked like he was walking, so I used the Thanks from the Pop Up Wiper Insert and placed it in parallel to the doggie.
Lastly, for my final card. I used the corgi who is probably my favorite. He looks so happy! I used the large Hello from Hello Flower right at his feet.
I used the flower die in this set along with the solid coordinating die from the i-Crafter Box Pops Flowers set, cutting the flower out of white cardstock and the solid die out of black cardstock. I trimmed down the white flower outline removing the stem so it would be a standalone floral.
Hi everyone! Ok, I’ve been really bad with keeping up with doing blog posts but I’m trying to get back into it.
Today, I’m really excited to be a guest designer for i-crafter today. I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to share my creations with you! For today’s blog post, I actually ended up creating three different cards showing off three different designs using the dies from the Box Pops, Flower Add On set. The possibilities are really endless!
For my first card, I used the leafy die, which was so perfect for a simple frame design. I quickly used watercolors for the background and added some splatter. While die cutting the leafy die, I also took the interior bits and ink blended them with similar colors and did some die inlay.
To finish off this card, I used the “hello” sentiment from the Hello Flower die set in black. The leafy die cuts really make that sentiment pop!
For my second card, I thought I would use this really pretty, intricate floral die to create a circular design. Once I die cut 8 of these florals, I inked them up quickly. For the sentiment, I used the sentiment from the Happy Birthday Wiper Insert and inked them up using the same colors for the florals while creating an ombre effect.
To really have the florals pop, I put them up on kraft cardstock and thought they colors went so well together. The coordinating sentiment really tied together the entire card.
For my third card, I decided to use a slimline design and again only used one die for this particular card.
I took some watercolors and quickly created a rainbow background and placed each die cut in each color section.
This is one of those designs that can be quickly created for a simple and elegant card. To finish off this card, I used the smaller hello in the Flip Card Dashed Circle die set and actually used a gold pen to give it a bit of elegance.
I really loved how all these cards turned and hopefully, these examples gave you some ideas for the endless possibilities of this Box Pops, Flower Add On die set.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a crafty day!