Hello friends! Debbie Seyer here today to share with you a card I created using a few Tonic Studios dies. Making baby cards isn’t something I do alot so when I do need I card, I like to create ones that are gender neutral. That way I can just pull one of these cards from my stash! Here is my card…..
The base of this card was created from Kraft cardstock. I cut a piece of cardstock to 5 1/4 x 10 1/2″ and folded it at 5 1/4″. This I cut a slightly smaller piece of patterned paper – 5 x 5″. I die cut a circle from white cardstock using the 481E Circle Layering Die Set and then used the 524E Pinhole Nesting dies to add the detail around the outside of the circle. I added a strip of patterned paper along the bottom of my circle plus I tied some seam binding ribbon around the card. Then I adhered these layers to the base of the card. I die cut the 1274E Regal Carriage die from some yellow patterned paper and adhered it onto my card using 3d foam squares. For the “baby”, I die cut the 1267E Baby Balloons die from the mint paper. I only used the negative portion of the word Baby from this die. Using a die in this way gives you a few more ways to use a die, doesn’t it? Here is a closer look!
Now I will have a nice gender neutral card in my stash to pull out just when I need it! Thanks for stopping by today!
Tonic Studios Supplies:
Other products: Jillybean Soup – Summer Red Raspberry Soup Collection; white seam binding, 3d foam squares
Hello Tonic lovers! Karen here today and it’s my turn to post a project on Blog Tonic USA. I love it when a die is so versatile it can be used for Christmas card during the holidays and for birthday cards anytime of the year! I also love fun folds so I am sharing two fun folds and also two uses for the Christmas Present Rococo Die. My first card is a four way card I learned how to make here. I cut two sides out of holiday cardstock from Tonic’s Winter Wonderland 8×8 Premium Paper Pack and two sides out of dark green cardstock. I die cut a large circle in the center of all four sides with a die from the Circle Layering Die Set. I die cut the Christmas Present twice out of dark green cardstock and applied the new soon to be released Nuvo Garnet Red Glimmer Paste to both sides. I attached a piece of thread between the layers as I glued them together. When you put the four sides together, the sparkly ornament hangs down on the thread and swings freely. I added my holiday wishes for everyone – Peace, Joy and Love – cut out from the Christmas Wishes 8×8 Paper Pack as shown in this view:
Hello friends! Debbie Seyer here today to share with you a card I created using some pretty dies from Tonic Studios. Being the mom of 3 daughters makes me almost an expert at making cards for girls! So when there was a recent birth of a beautiful daughter in our family, I got busy creating a very girly card!
This card measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2″. I used a piece of pink cardstock for the base. I cut a piece of kraft cardstock to 4 x 5 1/4″ and then put a strip of patterned paper to place along the side. I added the little bit of lace and then adhered this to the base of my card. I used the 1266E Garland Fayre Decorative Bunting Die Set to create the banner across the card. There are alot of possibilities with this die set! Then I die cut the 1262E Miniature Moments Little Princess die from white cardstock. I used the negative letters from the 1263E Minature Moments New Baby for the “new”. To give the crown and highlight the “little” I used some 766N Pink Champagne Glitter Drops. When creating a card for a sweet new little girl, you have to use some bling! Here is a closer look!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Tonic Studios Supplies:
Other supplies: 3d foam squares, lace, twine
Today’s share is a happy little birthday card.
Hello Friends! Marisa here with a wedding card to share with you. I absolutely love the Ornate Church die, you can use it for many different occasions. The flowers were die cut with one of my favorites Tonic flower dies, Entwining Trellis Plush Peony.