Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Lily Of The Valley - Leaping Fairy - Happy Birthday

Yogi here today - It's that time of year when my Lily of the Valley will start to sprout. I've got loads of them in my garden...

I'm using one of the newer quote stamps from Quietfire Design, as well as part of an Xmas sentiment stamp.

("Always Believe...");  ("Tiny Christmas Wishes" 3pce set)

I'm using a bunch of digital products from Suzanne available on the Silhouette OnLine store. Click on any image to purchase.

Scored and folded my cream toned cardstock to create the side easel, cutting another piece the same size as card for the front - see diagram to create one.  

I started with 8.5 x 11" cardstock. Cut the cardstock to 6" x 11". Scored vertically at the 6" point. The measure vertically to the 5" point and diagonally scored. Note: if you're using a wider than 11" cardstock, measure whatever is past the 6" point and measure that vertically so you have the same measurement on the base as the vertical side.

Selectively embossed the edges using my hard rubber mallet and Cuttlebug Anna Griffin "Rosa" embossing folder. Adhered to front of card.

I had the orangy frame leftover from a previous Oxide background. Adhered to front.

Electronically cut all my elements. Inked the fairy, the word "Fairy" and the "Happy Birthday" using Distress pads direct to paper with layers of "Iced Spruce"; "Peeled Paint"; "Broken China"; and "Salty Ocean" then clear embossing the words.

The leaves were inked with the Iced Spruce and Peeled Paint. Veins put in using a colored pencil. Elements adhered and then adhered to card.

Masked the rest of the words from the stamp, inking only the word "wishes" using Versafine Black Onyx .

On the floor: Created a shadow layer for the "happy birthday" words from the cream cardstock. Adhered the two together, scored down the middle, then adhered the bottom portion of the word to the floor as my stopper.

Stamped the quote onto a previously decorated cardstock (Colour Burst Liquid Metals) using the black and clear embossed. Adhered to floor.

The butterflies were cut from the Liquid Metals background and adhered to front and floor. Gems adhered to bodies.

Final touch added the rhinestone flourishes.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Happy Birthday Scrapbook Page - with Cupcake #3 Digital Cut File

Hello, Connie Nichol here with a festive birthday layout featuring a Quietfire digital cupcake cut file, star stencil and Happy Birthday metal die.  Everything just went together!

This is a very simple layout of my youngest son's third birthday that just uses various scraps of cardstock that I had on hand.  I started with cutting the flourished cupcake 3 with my Silhouette Cameo.  The numbers zero through nine are available in the Silhouette store in groups of two and can of course be used individually or combined together.  If you like, you can also just cut the number and leave out the cupcake.  These would make such beautiful birthday cards.   Imagine the possibilities.....
In the upper right hand corner of the page, I wanted to add a little bit of texture so I added some stars with the Star Stencil.  I used transparent texture paste from Ranger - it goes on white, but dries clear.  I sprinkled it with clear glitter while it was wet and let it dry.  The result is some very subtle sparkly stars.

Then pretty much all that was left to do was to add a title, so I used the Happy Birthday die from Quietfire Designs.  Quick and easy.  So dust off your birthday party pictures and get them scrapbooked.  An electronic cupcake cutting file can be used to add the perfect numbers!

Monday, April 17, 2017

Easter Egg Doily Card/Blessings

Hi Y'all! Robyn here
 with a card using both digital files and a die cut that can be used for multiple occasions.

On the Mat
Use the offset tool to create the background circle and the black mat.

The bottom embellishments are the drop outs from the doily.
Cut the die twice and offset the black layer slightly for the drop shadow.
Put double sided tape on the back of the paper before you die cut to simplify gluing.
This is a stash buster card, and everything else but the Neenah solar white 110lb for the base and 80lb for the doily came out of the scrap bin!

I'm sending this off as a belated birthday card to a dear friend who might not want to be thinking as much about birthdays as counting her blessings!

I'd love to see what you do with the digital files and dies!
Comments and Questions Welcomed.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Last Minute Easter Ideas!

Here is an idea that might be fun for the young ladies in your life.  Just use some coloured papers, a hairband, ribbon and some Glue Dots with the Quietfire easter ring cutting files from the Silhouette Online Design Store and you have this adorable little accessory!

The Easter Rings look like this and would be great for a little boy! They are super easy to cut and assemble.

Bunny Ring    Lamb Ring    Chick Ring     Butterfly Ring

If you purchased the Easter Egg Holder you can cut some bunnies from vinyl and stick them on your Easter eggs - even real eggs! Get crackin'!!  or rather - cuttin'!  Quick as a bunny!

Happy Easter!
(who still needs to fill the carrot box!)
P.S. These shapes are still on sale at the Silhouette Online Store as I type this!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Easter Baskets - Guest Designer!

Mary Trevantino loves the Quietfire bunny baskets!  She says these project just tickled her!

Mary wrote to me to share her sweet versions of my digital cutting files which are available on the Silhouette Design Store.

She said she assembled the critters with a sort of "hinge" between the two bunny pieces so they would be open wider all the way down. (Love the bowtie!)

She added the sweetest face on this bunny and embellishments!

This bunny is all dressed up in her floral best!
 Mary also added some chipboard layers under the base to give the project a bit more stability.  Good idea!

Here are the projects as they appear on the Silhouette Design Store so you can see Mary has had a lot of fun making them ready for Easter!
Thanks for dropping by to have a look and a big thank you to Mary for sharing her creations!
Hoppy Easter!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Hippity Hoppity Easter basket and cards

Hi everyone and it's so nice to see you again on the Quietfire digital blog.  Today i have a few fun projects that i made up with the new Quietfire Bunnyville digital papers, tags and washi tapes.  I printed up lots of these pretty designs and had a blast making up some pretty things to give away for Easter this year.  Grab a cup of tea and join me for a quick tutorial.

For my projects i printed up 1 page of each of the scrapbook paper prints on my 8 1/2 x 11 printer. The papers will be slightly smaller and have a white border around them.  I also found that when you print them you can also change the scale of the print and make it smaller and print a 6x6 size.  You will have to play with your printer but this is an amazing find because you can also have all those adorable little prints just for smaller things and for cards.  I was so excited to find this little trick.

To make the baskets i cut a strip of the Washi tape to make the top border.  Then i cut 5 strips of paper that were 3/4 inch by 10 inches.  I glued them side by side at the bottom edge of the border strip and then repeated the bottom edge of the strip again criss crossing the papers to make the basket weave.

Then i glued it together at the ends to make a circle with strong double sided adhesive or you can hot glue gun it too.  The handle is another small strip of the dotted paper or you can even use some of the Washi borders.  I added lots of easter grass and white satin bows to the sides and it's all ready to stuff with lots of easter treats to give away.  

The bunny card is made with the bunny print from the Scrapbook papers and i also reprinted the stripe in a 6x6 size to go under the Washi tape border.  You can also die cut your own flowers from the paper and then you really have a fun piece of art to give away.  Perfectly matched and you can make them for everyone... i really love that.

And for my second card i shrunk down the paper again on the zig zag print to a 6x6 size and added a little strip of the Washi paper across the front and a pretty flower and a ribbon to match.  The backround print is a tiny green dot.  My favorite thing about the papers is that the colors go perfect together and you can print another piece if you mess up.  So go ahead and have fun and let yourself be creative.  You never know what you might come up with.

Thanks so much for stopping by to get a few more digital ideas and be sure and stop by the digital store for the Washi tapes and tags too.

                                                         Have a wonderful day!! Teresa

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Easter Bunny Bendi Card / Spring

Hi Y'all! Robyn continuing to type at you from Bunnyville!
This adorable card comes together quicker than a rabbit out of a hat! and with a change in color way will be as useful for welcome baby and other kissable occasions as it is for Easter and Spring.
I love the dimension and movement-and the little cotton tails!
All Easter is on sale right now in the Silhouette Design Store.

On the Mat
The extra flower top center is not part of the file.
In point editing, delete points till you can separate the image, then copy that and add it to your file.
Always make copies of your images before you start editing.

 is a die cut.

Please join me in Bunnyville and I'd love to see your creations!
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Comments and Questions Welcomed!