Do you remember this project? It was one that I created for the Core'dinations booth for Winter CHA as a feature to the new Tim Holtz cardstock colors.
Well, there is a little tutorial on the Core'dinations blog to give you the pattern and directions for creating a little birdhouse like this. It was soooooo easy and fast, be sure to check out that post.
Next, my second piece of exciting news is that I am part of the new Design Team at Just Imagine/Kreaxions. I just had to put together a card using some of my new supplies as I shared this news.
I have never been much of a fan of circle cutters but wow, let me tell you, as I first went to use the Kreaxions circle cutter, I knew this was something different. It is so easy to use. It is very small and actually doesn't look like a whole lot but it works so smoothly. I did watch the little video on the Just Imagine crafts blog to see their tips on the best way to use it.
(hint) for my large flower accent, I hand drew a flower on the back of a piece of cardstock and then cut that out)
And, here is an example of one of their 4-in-1 punches. Again, I did watch their video in order to get a better idea of the variety of ways that these punches can be used. I love that each one of the 4-in-1 punches can be used in more then one way for different looks. This is the Fountain punch.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
Just Because card
Black Versafine stamp pad
Detail Clear embossing powder - Stampendous
BasicGrey stamps for the sentiment
Studio G for the border and butterfly
Spray color - Maya Road
Kreaxions circle cutter
Kreaxions 4-in-1 Fountain punch
Sanding block - Core'dinations
Ribbon - BoBunny