Sneak Peek giveaway!
We will be giving away the set we are showcasing each day to ONE lucky winner! For example, the set we are showcasing on Monday, we will announce the winner of that on Tuesday & so on......
ALL you have to do is leave a comment on each of our blogs! You are NOT required to comment on EVERY SINGLE blog, but the more you comment on, the better chance you have for winning!
For EXTRA entries, you can spread the word about this release on Facebook, tweet about it OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime!
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE & let's start spreading the word! ;)
And once again, Miss Emma has knocked it out of the park! She never ceases to amaze, and I'm beginning to see why she says each release is her favorite...they are all my favorite too!
Today I have made a card for you...fall themed! My favorite time of the year.
I had watched a video the other day on YouTube of making a window card. So, I set about looking at my dies to see how I could make it work. Here's my card.
I needed square dies and didn't think I had one...till I spotted the embossed envelope die. I used it long ways to create three windows at the top of the card. I then backed it with acetate to really look like windows, and added dimensional adhesive to the back to raise it up.
I then picked fall papers and die cut the smallest two layers of the flower dies (all will be listed at the end of this post). I also die cut the leaves. I glued them together, positioned where I liked them, and added a pearl to the center. I cut two narrow strips of paper, punched one with a scalloped punch, and added under the window to create a window sill. I die cut two of the bottom layer of the ticket dies, stamped the frame, the sentiment, and a leaf. I wrapped some twine around the card and tied a bow. Then I added the tag with some dimensionals.
I then finished off the inside of the card with a bit of the patterned papers from the front.
I hope you like my card for you today. I was happy with how it came out. You can usually find something you have, to re create your inspiration piece. In my case, I needed and found something to cut the windows. Here's a list of what I used.
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