Today for The Cutting Cafe, the design team worked on things for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I know a couple people, including a former co-worker, Molly, and my cousin Kim who have both just beat breast cancer and I am very happy for both of them! It takes a lot of prayer and support for a person to make it through and these two are living proof that survival does happen and that God has the last word!
For my project, I used the Hope Shaped Word Card and the Breast Cancer Hershey Kiss Box Set.
Here is another view.
I used the kiss bottoms as sentiments on the card and added glittered scallops and half back pearls. On the back, I added a reminder…
On the back I added a reminder to fight!
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Hello there! It has been a month since I posted anything! I am sorry for the wait! But today I have two cute milk cartons I made for The Cutting Cafe‘s Design Team! These will house goodies for my god children. I used the Halloween and Fall Milk Carton cutting file. The file comes with several cut outs. I used the leaf and the pumpkin and added acetate to the window cutout.
Fall Themed Milk Cartons
My god son is nine and absolutely hates glitter so I still had to bling his up, just with acrylic pieces…
This one is for my god son
My god daughter is 3 1/2 and loves glitter! So for hers, I used glitter paper and some glittered embellishments…
This one is for my god daughter
Here is the back. See the bling on the border at the bottom!
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Thanks so much for stopping by! Here is my video that explains thing a bit more in detail…
For this posting for The Cutting Cafe, the design team used the Autumn Sentiments Frame Card Printable Stamp Set. I used the Autumn Blessings version to make a blessings book.
What is a blessings book? When you are facing challenges or feeling sad, it is a place to write down the blessings you have received in your life so you can remind yourself that if God blessed you once, He can bless you again!
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Apple Treat Cup Card Picture Frame
I created this apple picture frame using the Apple Treat Cup Card file from The Cutting Cafe. The focus for this post is back to school and we could use one of four files. The other three are the Apple Shaped Card, Pencil Treat Cup Card, and the Pencil Shaped Card.
I used the top and the back of the treat cup and backed it with white chip board. I added an easel on the back.
Apple Treat Cup Card Picture Frame Back
I left the top open so I can slide a photo inside. I added a gold glittered stem and leaf and a gold sticker that says So Sweet.
Apple Treat Cup Card Picture Frame Front View
Be sure to stop by The Cutting Cafe Blog to see this week’s design team projects. I am sure the team will have some fantastic projects! Thanks for stopping by! Here is my video…
Merry Christmas Word Shaped Card
Yes, I know July is over, but Christmas is still coming, so get prepared with The Cutting Cafe! The design team is featuring Christmas projects this week on the blog. Since we could choose any Christmas file we wanted to, there is sure to be a lot of variety as well as inspiration! Be sure to leave a comment so that you can be entered into a drawing for three files of your choice which will be announced on the design team post for August 21.
I used the Merry Christmas Word Shaped Card and I love it! I used bling…paper, trim, embellishments…to make this card sing Merry Christmas!
Are you ready for Christmas projects? If not, don’t let them sneak up on you! Get a jump on them now. Check out the multitude of Christmas files at The Cutting Cafe. You will surely find many you can use. Thanks for stopping by! Here is my video on the project…
Birthday Purse Gift Card Holder
I am loving this cute gift card holder I made! I used two stamp sets from The Cutting Cafe Shop, which is the sister store to The Cutting Cafe. On the front, I stamped the cardstock with the Birthday Party Background stamp and the make a wish sentiment is from the Birthday Party Fun stamp set. The base is cut from gold metallic paper. Here is the back…
The additional element to this is the insert that holds the gift card…
Gift card holder insert
The gift card goes on the front of the insert and you can add a note or any time of sentiments on the back. I used two sentiment stamps from the Birthday Party Fun set…
Gift card holder insert back
I really liked the way this came out and it is a quick and easy way to give a gift.
Holder and insert
The stamp set are so nice. The shop carries several now but you can also have custom stamps made. You can have your artwork transformed into your own stamps! Anyway, thanks for stopping by. As always here is a video for you…
Super-sized Polaroid Frame
Hello all! I am a couple of days late posting my design team project for The Cutting Cafe, but it is too cute not to share! This week we could choose any file we wanted to but we had to super-size it, that is, make it larger.
I took the frame from the Polaroid and Camera Fun Set and made it 10″ x 11 3/4″ so it could hold a 8″ x 10″ picture. I also used my new custom stamp, Fantabulous, from The Cutting Cafe Shop. I added some die cuts, a rosette, and some stickers and I love it.
I added easels to the back.
Make sure you check out The Cutting Cafe Blog as there are some terrific super-sized projects to see! Leave a comment and you just might win three files of your choice in a drawing for those who left comments.
Thanks so much for watching and here is a video of my project…