Sunday, 23 November 2014

some projects using docrafts products

the first 4 are made using the bellisima collection

a decoupage topper, and an xcut border punch used on the red paper, white ric rac, and a sentiment, both topper and greeting are mounted onto a spellbinders die cut from holographic silver card

this one is one of the ever popular 'box cards'
also made with a decoupage image , and flowers and leaves either punched or die cut from the matching papers

the label at the back is die cut from the bookplates xcut set, just the right size to write the greeting on

this one is another decoupage card, with a marrianne die cut to back the image, and a spellbinders bow. The lace is from the bellisima set, and the punch used is an xcut border punch

this last one is a spring card, I always think these look good for any occasion

the next 3 are made from the wild rose paper collection

the above card is made using the wild rose collection papers and flowers made from them, one of the beautiful wild rose notelets , with a stamped and decoupaged Gorgus image and a bow from the collection, a panel was cut out from one of the papers, and 2 strips of the fabric tape put on it
then I made an insert to match, leaving blank for any occasion

now for the next one

this one is a favourite of mine, I love exploding boxes, I call this the smiley box, because all the quotes are happy, smiley, and laughter ones.
flowers have been made from the papers, and a bow added to the lid

this is the inside of the box, I made a small pyramid, and covered it with flowers for the centre, and added a butterfly on acetate

some of the quotes

this next one is a wall hanging, the photo does not do it justice, as the background circle looks blue, but is in fact centura pearl white.

I cut various sized circles with the xcut large scallop circle dies from different papers from the collection, and one from pink mirri card, then placed a round notelet from the pack, and cut "Dream" out of an xcut alphabet die from pink and then silver mirri card, the letters were then glued to create a drop shadow effect.
an assortment of butterflies were then die cut and placed around the plaque, a ribbon hanger and a bow added, and finished off with pink liquid pearls around the outer edge.