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Jewelry Sets – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project Featuring Joy Clair Stamps

21 Apr
Jewelry Holder Set Featuring Joy Clair Stamps

Here is the box and necklace file with Joy Clair stamps added.

For this The Cutting Cafe design team project, some of us collaborated with Joy Clair Stamps to create our projects.  I used the Jewelry Holder Set from The Cutting Cafe to make earring and necklace holders and boxes, and the Shine Bright Stamp set from Joy Clair.

One of my staff is heading a fun fair for her school and my mom made jewelry for her for the silent auction.  I wanted to make a couple of cute boxes so this is what I came up with.

Jewelry Box Holder

Stamp from Joy Clair Born to Sparkle Set

Necklace Card Holder

I altered the file to remove the earring holder section and cut slits to make it a necklace card.

Here is the second set…

Jewelry Holder Set

This set features the earring card and I embossed the stamps with holographic embossing powder.

And the stamp set…

Joy Clair Stamp Set

I used the Shine Bright set from Joy Clair.

Be sure to stop by The Cutting Cafe Blog to see all the design team posts.  We post on the 7th and 21st of each month.  Leave a comment and you just might win three free files in a random drawing on the next design team post.

Thanks for stopping by.  Before you go, here is my video…

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Happy Easter Shaker Card – Design Team Project for The Cutting Cafe

7 Apr
Happy Easter Shaker Card

Happy Easter Shaker Card

Hello Again!  I make a cute shaker card for my design team project for The Cutting Cafe.  I used the Happy Easter Overlay Template and added acetate, foam and sequins/seed beads/tiny shapes to create the shaker.

The file comes with the card base and a background piece so making a shaker was very easy.  You can also just use the overlay on top of the backing sheet, making it with maybe glitter paper or patterned paper.  Either way would be cute also.

Make sure you stop by The Cutting Cafe Blog.  We post design team projects on the 7th and 21st of each month.  Leave a comment and you just might win three free files of your choice in a random drawing to be held on the following design team posting.

Thanks for stopping by.  Here is my video sharing more detail…

Popcorn Box Vase – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

7 Mar
Popcorn Box Vase

Popcorn Box Vase

Hello everyone!  This week for the Cutting Cafe Design Team projects, we worked with the Popcorn Box file and it is filled with multiple options like two sizes and styles of box, scalloped edging, printed toppers, and many different sentiments.

I used confetti printed paper and a cut apart from the Confetti stack from DCWV. I added the scalloped top option and bling at top and around the middle.

Popcorn Box Vase Side

Side View

I also added a popcorn shape which is part of the file, and stamped just for you on it.

Popcorn Box VaseBack

Back

You can fill this box with any goodies you like.  It is easy to put together and there are so many options.  Stop by the Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and 21st of the month to see our design team posts.  Leave a comment and be eligible to win three free files.

Thanks for stopping by.  Before you go, take a look at the video…

Mini 3D Shadow Box Card – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Post

21 Feb
Mini 3D Shadow Box Card

Mini 3D Shadow Box Card

It has been a while since I posted but I am slowly but surely coming back!  We moved and I haven’t fully unpacked my craft room yet.  But I am digging out things to do cards and projects for.

This card is a design team project for The Cutting Cafe.  It is the 3D Shadow Box Card Template and has many options, different shaped openings, layers, and sentiments.  I chose to alter the size and make it 3 x 3 inches so I can use it as part of a swap that my friend Scrapdaworld is hosting.

Here is the inside…

Mini 3D Shadow Box Card

Inside

I added a glitter heart in the window but you can add pictures, sentiments, etc.  Also, if you keep the embellishments relatively flat, you can fold the card flat and put it in an envelope.

Be sure to stop by the blog to see everyone’s design team projects.  We post on the 7th and 21st of each month.  Leave a comment and you will be entered into a drawing to win three free files.

Thanks for stopping by and before you go, here is my video…

Reflection: My Favorite 2018 Project for The Cutting Cafe

21 Dec

Hello Everyone!  Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy Whatever You May Celebrate!  Since it is a busy time for everyone, for this posting of design team projects for The Cutting Cafe, we were asked to reshare our favorite project we did for 2018.

That is sort of a hard task for a creator of anything as everything you create tends to become your favorite of the moment.  I looked at my projects for this year and there were a few that I was going between as my favorite.  I was going to select two because I just could not decide.  But, without further ado, the project that I chose as my favorite this year is…

Typewriter Shaped Card

Typewriter Card

The typewriter card I created this summer for a staff person celebrating her 25th work anniversary was not my usual color palate but I loved the softness, but yet the sparkle of this card.  I made it with the Typewriter Shaped Card file.  To see my original post on this project, along with the video of it, click here.

Be sure to visit the Cutting Cafe Blog to see other team member’s favorites.   There may also be some new projects from the newer team members so you will have a mix of fantastic favorites along with some new favorites to view!

When you visit, leave a comment on the design team post to be eligible to win three files from The Cutting Cafe in a drawing on the next design team post, which are done on the 7th and 21st of each month!

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more with you in 2019!  Happy Holiday!!!

Snowflake Kisses Treat Box – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project

8 Dec
Snowflake Kisses Treat Box

Snowflake Kisses Treat Box

Hello!  It has been a while since I posted, or even crafted.  We recently moved and I did not have time for anything but packing.  I have not begun to unpack my craft room yet, but I dug some things out to do this project.

For this posting of the Design Team of The Cutting Cafe, we could choose any file to work with as long as our project was about Christmas.  I used the Snowflakes Kisses set which has two boxes, the treat box, which I used and a square box.

The paper I used has holographic foiled snowflakes on it.  I had some holographic bling so I added those to the centers of the big snowflakes on each side.

Snowflake Kisses Treat Box Close Up

The bling center is holographic to go with the holographic foiling on the paper.

Don’t forget to head over to The Cutting Cafe Blog to see the design team projects.  Leave a comment and you will be entered into a drawing to win three free files of your choice!  Before you go, check out my video below.  Thanks for stopping by!

Flower and Star Cutout Cards – The Cutting Cafe Design Team Project 10/21/18

21 Oct
Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Cards

Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Cards

This week at The Cutting Cafe, we could choose any file we wanted. I needed a couple cards so I chose the Everyday Shapes Window Card Tops.  The file has several cut out shapes that you can add as toppers to your cards.  I used the flower version…

Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Card - Flower

There are many shapes in the file. this one is the flower.

Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Card - Flower Inside

I kept it simple for the inside.

And one of the two star versions…

Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Card - Star

This one uses cascading stars.

Everyday Shapes Window Card Topper Card - Star Inside

Here is the inside of the star version.

Be sure to stop by the Cutting Cafe Blog and view all of the design team projects.  Leave a comment and be eligible to win three free files of your choice on the next design team posting.  Thanks for stopping by and be sure to watch my video before you go!

 

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