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Showing posts from November, 2023

Merry Christmas - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello friends! T oday I've got a delightful Christmas shaker card featuring the Pretty Pink Posh Stocking Shaker Die as the star of the show. This card is a breeze to recreate, so let's dive right in! First things first, I took some pink cardstock and cut it into a large rectangle using the Eyelet Rectangles Dies. Then, I used the Stocking Shaker Die to cut out the center area of the stocking. I taped the edges of the stocking onto the pink card panel and added a piece of clear acetate to the back of the stocking shape. To create the shaker part, I attached foam tape to the back of the card panel and filled it up with the Christmas Tree Mix . For the back of the shaker stocking, I used a piece of red cardstock that I decorated with dots using the Mini Polka Dots Stencil. For the sentiment, I cut out " Merry " in silver glitter foam and stamped " Christmas " in black ink on the top part of the stocking. Next, I cut out a cute Christmas tree from green card

Thankful For You - Pretty Pink Posh

Hey crafty pals!  I have a cool box card to share. I had this idea of fitting the PPP mug into the Scallop Box Card , and guess what? It totally worked, and I'm beyond thrilled! So, let's dive into the nitty-gritty. I grabbed some Sage green cardstock and cut out the box card. I assembled the box and added in three inserts and jazzed things up with dies from the Fall Cornucopia and Fall Mug Additions Dies. I used Spellbinders cardstock for all those awesome dies. How adorable is that little fox peeking out of the mug, by the way? And speaking of the mug, I added a sweet design using the Deco Leaves Stencil and some Glacier White Ranges Pigment Ink . Now, here comes the fun part. I used the Fall Mug Additions Dies and Fall Cornucopia Dies to cut out various shapes in different cardstock colors. I glued these on the inserts, creating the cutest autumn scene you ever did see. Next up, I used hot foil to make the Thankful Script shine, cut it with the Thankful Shadow Die, and