Hi everyone, Jennifer Edwardson here with a quick and easy hostess gift using the David Tutera Celebrate mini cards. They are perfect for just about anythin. I always like to take a hostess gift along when we are visiting with friends and this is so great for those that don’t make their own cards.
I took (4) of the same card in white and in kraft too and gently pressed out the butterfly shape in the corner. Note: SAVE THESE. Then I used a few of the patterned card bases and cut 1″ squares from the and adhere them to the INSIDE of the front of each card to make the butterfly pop off the card.
I adhered the piece that I punched out ono the opposite color base, and only adhere it in the center so I could lift the wings so the butterfly comes off the card. I added different sentiments to them and tucked a coordinating envelope behind each card.
I slipped them into a clear gift bag and sealed it with a couple mini staples. I trimmed 2″ off the edge of a white card and used a small border punch along the bottom to create a topper for the gift bag to cover the staples. A piece of a patterned card base to coordinate, some ribbon and an envelope seal and this gift is ready to give!
Trim rectangle of cardstock from Core Essentials Cardstock Brights, emboss with Swiss Dots, sand using Sand-It Gadget and wipe with Dust Buddy. Add panel of Authentique Flourish Collection patterned paper. Trim Core Tag and attach, add Flourish Collection banner sticker and staple. Add strip of ribbon and adhere panel to a David Tutera Kraft Smooth Card base. Cut two leaf shapes from Core Essentials Cardstock Brights, emboss with Diagonal stripe embossing folder and sand lightly using Sand-It Gadget. Attach flowers and leaves to card. Add sentiment sticker. Adhere washi tape sticker from Authentique Flourish Collection and ric-rac border sticker. Add buttons, to finish.
Trim rectangle of cardstock from Core Essentials Cardstock Brights, emboss with Stars, using debossed side sand using Sand-It Gadget and wipe with Dust Buddy. Add panel of Authentique Flourish Collection patterned paper. Adhere ribbon and Flourish Collection banner sticker. Trim piece of vellum and adhere behind panel, add sentiment sticker. Add rectangle of Authentique Flourish Collection pink paper to a David Tutera Kraft Smooth Card base. Add panel to card base. Adhere washi tape sticker from Authentique Flourish Collection and ric-rac border sticker. Add flowers and buttons, to finish.
Clare Buswell here today sharing some cards for you for the upcoming summer wedding season. I tried to play with a white-on-white color palette with some splashes of color. You can easily interchange any color you want for the theme of the wedding, too. ENJOY!
May You Live Happily Ever After
Supplies: David Tutera A7 White Smooth Cards and Envelopes, Glitter Silk Opulent Opel, Core Essentials Snowflake, Signature Series Graphic 45 Lights Precious Pink, Core Premium 110lb cardstock White. Other: Stampendous Stamps – Cling Jumbo Lovely Garden, Cling Jumbo Hydrangea Garden and matching dies, VersaMark ink, StazOn Jet Black ink, May Arts (1/4″ Twill Ribbon w/Chevron stripes Pink, 7/8″ Crochet Ribbon White, 1mm waxed cord White), Big Shot, corner rounder, Silver Pearl embossing powder, heat gun, sewing machine, WMS Big Day Additions stamp set, Cuttlebug Anna Griffin embossing folder Rosa, flat backed pearls, Ranger Distress Markers – Tattered Rose, Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Squeezed Lemonade, Crushed Olive, Shabby Shutters.
Cover a David Tutera A7 White Smooth Card base with Signature Series Graphic 45 Lights Precious Pink cardstock. Cut a rectangle of Core Glitter Silk Opulent Opel, emboss using Anna Griffin embossing folder Rosa, round corners and machine stitch border. Layer onto larger panel of Core Essentials Snowflake cardstock and round corners. Adhere lace, ribbon and cord. Attach panel to card base. Stamp sentiment onto Core Premium Cardstock 110lb White and attach to card with foam pads.
Stamp flowers and leaves onto Core Premium Cardstock 110lb White using VersaMark ink and emboss in Silver Pearl. Color flowers and leaves using Distress Markers and wet with a artist’s paintbrush to create a watercolor effect. Once dry attach to card with foam pads and add pearls, to finish.
Cut a rectangle of Core Essentials Snowflake cardstock and emboss using the roses embossing folder and round corners. Die cut two butterflies using the Stampendous Jumbo Lovely Garden dies and Core Glitter Silk Opulent Opel, cut another two butterflies using Core Essentials Snowflake cardstock and emboss using the script embossing folder. Arrange butterflies onto panel, fix and machine stitch centers. Add lace and adhere panel to a David Tutera A7 White Smooth Card base. Stamp sentiment onto Core Premium Cardstock 110lb White and attach to card with foam pads. Add row of pearls and pink flowers, to finish.
Whether it’s a little or a lot, our Chocolate Box adds immediate impact on your papercrafting projects! It is definitely great for masculine projects as Kate did on this layout and for the Father’s Day cards we have for you today!
Debbie Standard paired hers with blue and some other neutrals. A great tip is to mix and match different embossed patterns for added interest like Debbie did for this card:
And how cute is this card from Tracy Gruber? I love how she has a more whimsical Father’s Day take:
Cut a piece of Chocolate Box card stock to 4″ x 5 1/4″.” Use the Curved Edge die from Simon Says Stamp to curve the bottom of the card stock. Next, emboss it with the Asst. Stars embossing folder from Darice. Sand over the embossed card stock with the Sand It Gadget. Stamp the dinosaur and tree images from the Lawn Fawn Critters from the Part set onto 110lb Smooth Cardstock. Color them in with Copics and fussy cut them out. Attach the pieces to the card base and them tie the natural twine from May Arts around the card. Stamp the sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and the dinosaur print in Memento Teal Zeal ink.
We have another super cute Thank You Teacher idea from Debbie Standard. This David Tutera Laser Cut Favor Box is the PERFECT idea for a super quick gift. All you need to do is add some candy and fold the box on the pre-scored lines. Finish it off David Tutera Celebrate Tag and sentiment and you are done! I ALWAYS reach for a Core Tag when finishing off a gift whether is one of our Core Tags or David Tutera Celebrate tags. They are the finishing touch for any project and always look great with the silver grommet and sanding.
David Tutera Celebrate Brights Tags are sandable, color core tags that come with a metal grommet. There are 24 gorgeous tags in four different colors and 6 designs and it includes string!
I don’t know about you but the end of school is right around the corner for us and I am looking for some ideas for my children’s teachers. If you are, to0, then this is the place for you!
Today we have a cute gift bag and mini card from Shaunte Wadley.
Instructions for the Gift Bag:
Using an electronic cutting machine, cut a scalloped border medallion shape from yellow cardstock. Fold and glue shape. Adhere to small kraft gift bag.
Using a 2 3/4″ circle punch, cut a circle from blue cardstock. Emboss with swirls embossing folder. Sand. Adhere to center of yellow medallion.
Using an electronic cutting machine, cut four (4) 2″ apple shapes from red cardstock. Fold each apple in half. Adhere apples back to back, and attach to center of blue cardstock circle. Add brown cardstock stem. Using a craft punch, create two leaves from green cardstock. Fold in half. Sand. Adhere to apple top.
Tie small tag to stem of apple. Hand write sentiment on tag.
Instructions for card:
Using a craft punch, create scalloped circle from yellow cardstock. Adhere to center of label shaped mini card. Using a craft punch, create a circle from blue cardstock. Sand. Adhere to center of yellow circle. Computer generate sentiment. Trim ends into pennant shape. Adhere to bottom of circle. Using a craft punch, create apple from red cardtstock. Add to top of circle. Using a craft punch, create leaves from green cardstock. Add to apple. Adhere red gems to bottom of circle.