I have added a range of Cotton Bakers Twine to the Store, they come in 100 meter rolls. There is a selection of colours to chose from and 2 widths available, 1mm and 2mm. Check them out here!
Also it is my turn to post my design team project over at Team KnK today so if you’d like to take a look at the 4 cards I made and snag the freebies, head on over :)
I have some Snowman Digital Stamps for you today, I posted the Snowman Cut File in this post but as I didn’t provide any digis at the time I’m doing that now. I enjoyed breaking the Copics out and doing a little colouring, I still need much more practice at it though so that’s another thing on my to do list.
I printed the Frosty Circle onto some aqua patterned paper and cut with some circle dies to create a frame then I printed the snowman onto some Neenah card which works great with Copics. I fussy cut my snowman once he was coloured and popped him onto the frame with 3d foam pads then mounted both pieces onto a piece of wavy patterned paper with more foam pads. I made a scalloped tag and placed my assembled piece on top with double sided tape and added some turquoise seam binding. For the finishing touches I added some black glaze pen over the eyes, mouth and buttons on Mr Frosty then I added some dots on his scarf with a white gel pen. I picked a snowflake from my spare die cut pieces box, added an aqua gem into the middle and mounted it onto 2 layers of foam pads to make it stand out then popped some pearls around the frame.
Here are your Free Digi Stamps:
(click on the image to expand before saving to your computer)
I have a multi-purpose ‘It’s a Party!’ pennant for you today. It’s suitable for any party from Birthdays to Christmas, well anything really, so I hope it will be a useful addition to your collection.
I cut my pennants from some fairly thin mirror card in blue then threaded it with some ribbon, I used organza this time as it matched the colour of the card perfectly.
Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)