Hello all! Today I am sharing another project with you that is chock-full of DCWV goodness!
I created this monogrammed oval using some of their BRAND NEW products to hit JoAnn Fabrics. They are so new, that they aren't even available on their website yet! I started with an oval shape base that is part of a DIY paperie package. I used brown and gold acrylic paint around the edges to create a faux frame look. I then went to work forming many paper roses from another DIY paperie package that has 28 sheets of those pre-die cut roses. Talk about easy peasy!
I added embellishments such as a key, satin ribbon, wooden buttons and pearls to finish the vintage look. The F was created with patterned paper from DCWV's Fall and Halloween basics stack. I popped the monogram up with thin foam tape for added dimension.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing what new products DCWV is coming out with! You can find them in your Jo-Ann stores :)
I used some pretty patterned paper from DCWV's new Happy Day stack. For the flowers and leaves, I used the Lush Flowers kit. That set of flowers is absolutely amazing! I can't get over how real and beautiful they all are. The flower I used on the top is called "Alba".
The roses on the side of the cup are the medium spiral rose.
And here is a close up of the label on the front of the cup.
I also created a simple card to coordinate with the cup. I resized the Papel Banner 2 from the Dia De Los Muertos set to fit onto an A2 size card. Once again, I used papers from the same Happy Day stack. I tied a simple ribbon around it and added a leaf spray from Lush Flowers kit.
I hope you have enjoyed my project for today. I really enjoyed creating these to share with you.
Hello crafting friends! Today I am going to share with you how easy it is to craft with children using files from SVG Attic. Our county fair was this past weekend, and my 8 year old son wanted to enter things into it. Of course, we had do do some paper crafting :) Here is what we made...
For my post on the Trendy Twine blog today, I made this punny shaker card. I really had a lot of fun choosing the papers and embellishments to create it!
I used the Nautical Trendy Twine to create a woven frame around the shaker area. I filled the shaker with sequins, glitter, star buttons and crystal pieces. The stamp set I used for the fish and the sentiment are from Paper Smooches' Birthday Buddies stamp set. The papers are from Echo Park's Paradise Beach.
We are in the middle of summer, which means sun filled days and playing in the water :) For my post on the Trendy Twine blog today, I made this fun bucket filled with treat bags.
I used the Nautical and Limeade Trendy Twines to wrap around the top of the bucket. I also used the same colors and braided them to create the handle on the bucket. The cutting file for the bucket is from SVG Attic's Sweet Shop Party. The tag is stamped with stamps from My Mind's Eye "the sweetest thing" and I also added Skittles to the tag.
Today I am sharing the two firecracker boxes that I created as part of the display I showed on THIS blog post. The SVG files I used to create them are from SVG Attic's Festive Fourth set. The blue one is the tall firecracker file in that set.
I used Krazy for Kraft twine as the "wick" of the firecracker. I simply made it into a tassel, flipped it upside-down and glued it to the top of the box.
I also used Stars and Stripes twine and wrapped it around the center panel several times to add more visual interest.
The red firecracker box was crafted in the same way as the blue one, but it is the medium box from SVG Attic's Festive Fourth set.
I also added a bow on the circle panel with Krazy for Kraft twine. The patterned papers I used for these projects are from The Paper Studio's Vintage Nation stack.