Sunday, July 24, 2016

Another Purr-fect Kitty+Fuse Tool+Video & Free Printable



Hello!  Hello!  Oh, my - I hope you are a lot cooler where you are than here in OKC.  Yikes, it's been hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk or maybe on your car  hood!  It's also been a fun weekend:  I've been practicing with the Fuse Tool and creating with a darling stamp set from Neat & Tangled.  And creating a new printable.  And filming two videos.  

I must be stuck on kitties - I have once again got kitty projects!!  It's been too hot for my kitty, too.  He's just lazing around (as if he doesn't always do that anyway).  And he interrupted one of my videos.  BAD kitty!

Both projects make use of the WRMK Fuse Tool.  I think it could be quite addictive.



First up is a clear tag created with the printable below and a page protector.  I really love it!  It was so fun to make.  (The tag is clipped to a gusset bag - you can see how to make one HERE.)  Here is the video on making the clear tag with the Fuse Tool:




Next up is a window shaker card.



The window is cut all the way through the card.  Very cool!  The video shows how to make the card including the shaker pocket made from packaging using the Fuse Tool.  



And it shows how I put the kitty together (I wanted his paws to hold the milk bottle,not be behind the bottle).  Also, how I made the cute tiny straw!

Here is the video:







Download the Purr-fect Download HERE.  

Dropbox can work differently for different people.  After you see the image, wait a moment.  A download button will appear in the top right corner.  if the download button doesn't appear, try right clicking on the image and saving.  If neither works for you, don't hesitate to email me.  I will send you the files through email.

I hope even if it is hot where you are, you are having fun creating something that makes your heart happy!  I'm as happy as my kitty is when he's lapping up milk!

Have a wonderful week!




For  Clear Tag:

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Garden Fun+Free Image and SVG!



Hi, there!  I've had a wonderful weekend.  My friend, Jean, came over Saturday morning for a little crafting time.  Dennis and I went to see Tarzan (it was pretty good!) and I had a cinnamon roll.   Pretty awesome, right???

AND I made these three cards.  Fun, fun, fun!



First up is this darling little girl with her puppy and that huge daisy.  I first used this image about six years ago.  I got a hankering (is that an okie word or do others of you use that word, too?) to create a little something new with her.  I've got her ready to download (below) just in case you've got a hankering too.  The garden notes sheet is from a pad of paper I picked up at Target.  



This is the sentiment that comes with the download.  Love this.  It reminds me of Jean saying Saturday how beautiful our yard is.  We totally go for the natural look (no watering), but luckily we just had a great rain.  And  picket fence is broken down in several places. So, Jean literally fits this sentiment!!



Well, this is the same garden notes sheet, just folded up smaller and the watering can is a sticky note!  So sweet...



I haven't done a shaped card in a long time, so it was so much fun making this watering can card!  I've got the watering can ready to download as a JPEG or  SVG (see below).   I've got a couple of tips on making the watering can card.  More on that cute gardening girl later.



Tips: 

I cut mine out by hand before I made the SVG, so it's not that hard to cut.   My paper is digital, so I printed it on 120lb paper, so my card would be good and sturdy.   Instead of printing the watering can right on my paper, I cut it out of heavy cardstock and used it to trace.  It doesn't really matter, except that you can erase any pencil lines that are left, but you have to go back and cut off any of the dark print lines that may be left.

If you're using regular decorative paper, in addition to those three, I would cut two watering cans from heavy cardstock (one with spout facing left and one with spout facing right).

You might remember the daisies.  I used them on a valentine project.  I've included the video here on how to make the daisies.  I love how quick and easy they are!




When the daisies were made, I wanted one to be little higher than I could easily glue to the 



watering can.  So I added a "stem" - it's really too fat for a stem but it kind of looks like one.  Then I glued the stem to the back of the front of the card:



To make it prettier, I covered it with one of the watering cans that faces the other direction:



The last steps are to glue the front piece to the back watering can (patterned paper is on the back of the card) only at the handles. 

Then I scored the handle where it meets the watering can so the card will open and close easily.



This adorable stamp set is from Woodware and I have a very small number of sets in my etsy  store.   LOVE the sweet fence and bird!  This cute little guy is part of the set, too:



I think he's going to make a darling Thanksgiving card.  I'm thinking a truck filled with pumpkins.  Hopefully, I'll have a finished card soon.


Download Daisy Girl HERE.  Dropbox seems to work two different ways.  1.  When image shows up,wait a bit and a download button will show in the top right hand corner.  2.  If download button does not appear, right click on image and save.  As always, if you have any trouble, don't hesitate to email me and I'll email you the files.  





Download Watering Can JPEG HERE.

Download Watering Can SVG HERE.

Wow, that's a long post.  Thank you for sticking with me!  Wishing you a fabulous week (maybe all it takes is a cinnamon roll)!





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