and what a surprise to see one of my projects as a featured one from SVGCuts fan page while they were advertising their latest free file! Ok, I'm thrilled to have it posted in the fan album! WOOT WOOT!
My project is the star box in the middle on the right side. I'm excited that it was selected to be used in the promotion for this kit.
I decided after posting my pic to their Facebook page that the box needed a little more dressing, so I added some buttons to the stars. And spritzed the front with some Smooch spray. Yep, that did it and I think it turned out perfect in the end.
The project started out with 2 and 1/2 pages of 12 x 12 white paper. I embossed the sides of the box and the top panel using Tim Holtz embossing folders (Sizzix) and inked everything using Ranger's Distress Inks.
Adhesives were from Xyron, Glue Dots, and Scotch. Ribbon is a remnant from my stash.
Here's the altered one -- the one I added a couple of buttons to. The Smooch spray doesn't show. Buttons are from my stash and the Smooch Spray is from SU. Thanks SVGCuts.com for a great kit, superb file and lots of fun every week!
Here's another take on the same box --
When you open this one, there's mini pop up card inside from the Fall Pop-Up Cards collection also available at SVGCuts.com. I just resized it to fit inside the box. I didn't take a picture of it though.
The box started out as white sheets of paper and is embossed and inked. Embossing folders are from Provo Craft and Sizzix (Tim Holtz collection); Ribbon is from Stampin' Up!; Ink is Distress Ink by Ranger; Buttons from stash. Adhesives from Xyron, Glue Dots and Scotch. I just love using my Sizzix Eclips to cut these files too.... It's made creating so much fun!
This is a fun and easy card using the heart frame from the Iris Fold kit (SVGCuts.com). Instead of using the iris folds, however, I decided to just used some scraps in 1/2 inch wide strips. I inked up the mini heart frame just a little bit for some added texture and added a sentiment on an angle and inked that as well. I figure for a little more embellishment I could "quilt" the strips with some stitching and that would add some additional detail -- might try that in the next one. Easy card and fun to do.
Ok, I can see I've rambled enough for today... time to get back to some of the more important things in life! Take care and keep crafting!