Saturday, August 1, 2015

What can your dies do?


Tammy Louise here with you today to share what the designer dies can do when you think outside the box!  

You'll find a NEW instructional tutorial at the beginning of every month starting this month at the LITTLE DARLINGS RUBBER STAMPS TUTORIAL YOU TUBE CHANNEL!

There are times when you grab that favorite die in order to fill in an empty spot on a card just behind the lovely little image you've spent an hour or two coloring.  However, there is really no end to what you can do when you've FLIPPED THE SWITCH on your creativity with a wonderful die cut.  Let me show you.

 I've created a video for the Little Darlings Rubber Stamps You Tube Tutorial site and invite you to visit to see first hand how.

 I've created a chipboard like element from 4 cuts of the Fluttered Tulip Bodice Die out of Kraft Paper.  I cut 6 of them however in order to pop out the tulip from them and I embossed them to use on the edges of the inside of the card.  Lastly, I used the Dew Drop Circle die to create a fully dimensional, embossed, distressed and glossed skirt to lavishly embellish the Tulip Bodice.  Watch how I do it all on YOU TUBE!


INGREDIENTS: 


EMBELLISHMENTS:
Glossy Accents
Black emboss powder
Emboss folder
Decorated Velum

Hugs till next time


Friday, July 31, 2015

Duckie

Hi!

Today It's my turn to share a project made for Little Darlings rubber stamps. I made a Birthday card using Duckie from Saturated Canary.


Image was coloured with Distress markers and ink pads. I stamped 'Just because postage stamp' from Vintage affections arround the image and added some dots made with Distress marker spritzer tool. 


I used some gorgeous papers from Graphic 45.



Thank you for stopping by today!
Hugs,
Tamara