Window Box Cards

Hi, everyone and welcome! Today I'm over on the SVG Attic Blog sharing my take on the Window Box Card from the CG Box Cards 2 Collection. This card comes together quickly. I did a little embossing with a wood grain and stamped a die-cut banner for the sentiment. 

So while I was putting the finishing touches on this card, I got to thinking(scary) what if I pulled a few files from other SVG Attic Collections and created an Easter Card. So back to the machine I head cutting the Window Box Card minus the flowers. I then grabbed the carrot from the JGW Happy Easter Upright Bunny Box and the Chocolate Bunny from the SVG Attic Easter Elements for resizing and cutting. 

I stamped the wood grain, embossed the clouds, die-cut the banner and fence, stamped my sentiment and finished off with pearls. 

As always, thanks for joining us! 

Luck In A Bottle with Lisa

Hi, everyone and welcome! Today I'm over on the SVG Attic Blog sharing a fun spin on the JGW Cupids Aim - Love Potion Bottle. I've bottled up some luck for all of us! If I could bottle luck I would be one rich woman, right? We all know that is not going to happen, but I digress!

I used a few elements like the horseshoe and some of the shamrocks from the JGW Lucky Box Letters.  A few of the other parts come from the St. Patrick's Day Box Card that can be found in the Silhouette Design Store.

All the papers I used are from my stash. The solid green is Bazzill that I purchased last year from Tuesday Morning and the patterned paper is Doodlebug.

As always, thanks for joining us! 


Friends with SVG Attic

Hi, everyone and Happy Friday! Lisa from The Relativity of Paper sharing a little Spring gift using the JGW Cottontail Bunny Kit - Bunny Chase Box Tote. This tote is so easy to assemble that I'm thinking of using it for my parent's 50th Anniversary Party for Thank You Gifts filled candy. 

That big gorgeous butterfly is from the Easter Elements Collection. I love this collection because the cutouts are easy and can be dressed up by dry embossing and adding some distress ink. I decided it would be fun to use a clock embossing folder on the butterfly hoping to lead everyone to "Springtime". 

Feel free to join me on my blog. The Relativity of Paper for all the details on this project. 

As always, thanks for joining us! 


A Flower A Day Side Shaker

Hi and welcome, everyone! I'm over on the Craftin Desert Divas Blog bringing you the daily post. In this post, I'm sharing a fun side shaker card. What is a side shaker? It's a shaker card with one side of the shaker exposed. Don't worry I have a video to walk you through the process.

Here are the products I used:

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