More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 23, 2021


Hey everyone! Heather here.

Today, I've got a fun tag project using the new More Critter Circle Tags stamp set. 

To start my tags, I stamped and die cut the animal circles. Then, I die cut the scalloped tag layer from kraft. Finally I decided to add a tag behind them and adhered it all together with dimensional adhesive. 


I repeated all of the layers on the backside and added the happy birthday sentiment. 

Super fun, right? 

Thanks for stopping by today!



More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 22, 2021



Hello!  Amy here today sharing some LOVE for the upcoming Valentine season!  The More Critter Circle Tags are adorable and perfect for the occasion and more!


I created a focal point for my cute hippo by using the Holidays Circle Tag Elle-ments.  This panel was added to a top folding notecard with foam adhesive.  The circle area was a perfect place for my hippo!  For the bold sentiment, Love You Elle-ments was done in red cardstock and added with dimension.  A small Strawberry Hemp Twine bow was tied to the Love sentiment and a few red pearls for some shine to finish this card!


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More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 21, 2021



Hello!

It's Yainea here today featuring the new set of the Circle Tags series, More Critter Circle Tags stamps. How cute are these jungle animals?!
They're perfect for making fun and colorful birthday cards but sweet Valentine's cards too :)



So my card combines a bit of watercolor, alcohol markers to color the images and some enamel dots here and there. I love those happy colors to celebrate such a happy occassion!


Now it's your turn to go and play with your crafty supplies! Thank you so much for stopping by, have a wonderful day!

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More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 20, 2021



Hi all! It's Deasy here. Today I want to share my card for Avery Elle featuring More Critter Circle Tags Clear Stamps. I make a card using this stamp set and turn out the critters look so cute in frames!



Avery Elle supply that I'm using : 

More Critter Circle Tags Clear Stamps for the images and sentiment

The Holiday Collection Paper Pad for the patterned paper


I stamp, color the images using copic then cut with scissors. The sentiment is from silver embossing powder. To color the background, I'm using dye ink pad with blending tool on colorful card stock

 
Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting!


Hugs,



Melania Deasy


Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

More Critter Circle Tag Week

December 17, 2021


Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing More Critter Circle Tags. These images are some of my all time favorite animals in the Avery Elle collection!


I started by coloring ALL of the circles! I could have easily used them all on one card but I decided to highlight just one (and save the rest for more quick and easy cards)!

I layered the toucan over the Love You die and hand cut fringe. The heart was popped out of the die cut and adds the perfect sparkly embellishment. 


Thanks for stopping by!


Supplies:

More Critter Circle Tags

Love You Die

More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 16, 2021



Hello! I hope that everyone is having a great week!  I wanted to pop in to share these cute tags that I created using our new More Critter Circle Tags stamp set.  I think these are so cute and would look great tied to Valentine's, Birthday or even baby gifts!  They were so fun and easy to make!


Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 15, 2021



Hi there, it’s Caryn here sharing a fun way to use our More Critter Circle Tags in a different way.  I saw someone on Pinterest who had used our Christmas tags in a similar way but I can’t find the post now so if you’re reading this and this was you, thanks for the inspiration!!







I’m in full Christmas mode right now making lots of last minute bits and pieces for the big day.  So when I sat down to create with the new More Critter Circle Tags from the Winter release I just couldn’t get my mojo on!  So I thought, why not make them Christmassey?  So with a dig through my festive sets I found a wee holly sprig and a candy cane and dressed the critters for the holiday season.

 

I die cut 6 of the scalloped circles using the co-ordinating dies from the Critter Circle Tags set (2 for each design).  I then stamped and die cut 3 of the circle critter stamps and coloured them using Copics.  I also stamped, coloured and die cut some candy canes from the Santa Jaws set and the holly image from the Peek-a-Boo Train stamp set.

 

To assemble the project I took some paper straws and flattened one end.  Then I sandwiched this between two red scalloped circle die cuts and adhered the stamped critter circle image to the front.  I added the holly and candy canes and finished off with a tag from the Party Tags die set stamped with greetings from the Seasonal Simple Sentiments set.  I think these would look great as an embellishment on the front of a gift or as table d├ęcor for a Christmas party! 

 

Supplies:

 

More Critter Circle Tags

Critter Circle Tags Elle-ments

Santa Jaws Clear Stamps

Santa Jaws Elle-ments

Peek-a-Boo Train Clear Stamps

Peek-a-Boo Train Elle-ments

Seasonal Simple Sentiments Clear Stamps

Party Tags Elle-ments

 


More Critter Circle Tags Week

December 13, 2021



Hi there!

Elena here, with a fun card featuring More Critter Circle Tags:


I went straight for the giraffe! Isn't he so sweet? Once he was stamped and colored, I used the Holiday Circle Tags die set to create the scalloped circle moment around him, and gave him balloons and a party hat. The party hat is from the RAWR stamp set, and I'm so sorry but the balloons are from a retired set.

In lieu of a stamped sentiment, I opted for the Hooray die, and used the wide tip of a copic marker to give it a blue color-blocked look. I set all of the images onto a piece of patterned paper from the Spring Collection pack. 

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!

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Cherry On Top Week

December 10, 2021


Hey everyone! It's Heather here. 

Today, I've got a fun Cherry On Top card for you! 

For my card, I stamped and masked the cherries. Then, I stamped some simple background dots to create a background and then added a heat embossed sentiment on top of the colored in cherries. Super fun, right?
Thanks for stopping by! Hope you have a great day!
XO, Heather 



Cherry On Top Week

December 8, 2021


Hi everyone!  

Amy here with a fun play on a birthday card using Cherry on Top.


With such a large image, I thought it would be fun to pull out the pattern papers from the Holiday Collection Paper Pad to do the PAPER PIECING technique.  After deciding what patterns I wanted to use, the images were stamped and hand trimmed out.  A full image was stamped and the stem colored with matching Copics.  The trimmed images were "pieced" back together and some with dimension.  The cherry image was layered onto a pattern panel that was die cut using the stitched rectangle from Easy Layers 1 Elle-ments.  The sentiments were stamped with bold black ink onto the striped panel with the word "sweet" stamped and hand trimmed out.  To finish this off, a few silver pearls were added.

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Cherry On Top Week

December 7, 2021


Hello there! 

I hope you're having a great week so far! It's Yainea here to showcase the new Cherry on Top stamp set and coordinating dies.

As soon as I saw this cherry stamp, I knew it'd make a great tag for a birthday present! 

I used a pair of Avery Elle patterned papers, stamped the cherries and then cut them out with a pair of scissors. Than I adhered them to a cherry die cut of white cardstock to create more contrast. Finally, I stamped the sentiment on a stripe of carstock using red and black ink.

I hope you like the idea and help thinking of using your stamps in new ways ;) 

Thank you so much for stoping by, have a nice day!!

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Cherry On Top Week

December 6, 2021



Hi all! It's Deasy here. Today I want to share my card for Avery Elle featuring Cherry On Top.This stamp set is fun and so easy to make!


Avery Elle supply that I'm using : 

Cherry On Top Clear Stamps for the images and sentiment

Cherry On Top Elle-ments to die cut the images

The Holiday Collection Paper Pad for the patterned paper

Easy Layers 1 Elle-ments to die cut the frame


First I die cut the image without coloring it. I stamp again then color the images using dye ink pad with blending tool, after that I cut it with scissors and glue it to my colorless image. The sentiment is from white embossing powder. For the embellishment, I add some clear droplets and clear sequins.


Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting!


Hugs,



Melania Deasy




Cherry On Top Week - Day 4

December 3, 2021



Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing a card using the fun stamp and die set Cherry on Top!


There are so many fun ways to fill in these cherries. I chose to stamp, die cut and use Distress Inks to fill them in. I masked the image and blended several inks together to get the perfect cherry color!



Next, I die cut a pink shadow for the cherries, placed it on a dotted background and then stamped the sentiment. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies

Cherry on Top Stamps

Cherry on Top Dies



Cherry On Top Week - Day 3

December 2, 2021



Hello! I am popping in today to share this sweet card with you.  I just love shaped cards and this one is the perfect size!  I hope you like it!!


Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Cherry On Top Week - Day 2

December 1, 2021


Hi friends, 

Katie here with a video to share with you today featuring a card I made featuring the Cherry On Top stamp set and coordinating Elle-ments die. 

I am crazy about this set because it's so easy to put together cards that pack a visual punch in a simple way. I also appreciate that the set has sentiments for so many occasions. 



I hope you will take a peek at my video to see how my card came together. 



Supplies:
Cherry On Top clear stamps
Die: Cherry On Top Elle-ments
The Holiday Collection Paper Pad

Thanks for stopping by!

Katie

 
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