Sunday, August 21, 2016

Tutti Designs - Let It Snow

Happy Sunday Everyone!
With all the heat we've been having the past
couple of months, I thought maybe a 'snowy' creation 
would help 'cool things off' ... LOL!

 

Today I have a creation to share using the fabulous new dies available at the Tutti Designs Store and showcased on their Tutti Designs Blog.  The talented team shares a new sample using this new line of dies each and every day of the week ... be sure to pop over and take a peek!

The die I'm using today is the Tutti Designs 'Snowglobe Scene' - Tutti-145

Here's a few tips on how my card was created . . .

Step 1:  This photo shows you the negative and positive pieces once die cut.
I wanted to 'reassemble' the scene, so I did a little coloring
on the trees, house & sky with Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.


Step 2:  In order to 'reassemble', I used (recycled) packing material
from a die set and my piercing tool, to scribe around
my die in order to have the perfect shape.  I actually cut TWO.


Step 3:  I glued one acetate panel to the back of my die cut
in order to have a surface to 'reattach' the negative pieces ...
then  after adding a little Martha Stewart snow,
glued the front acetate panel,creating a true snow globe.


Step 4:  I recut the bottom portion of my die
from gold metallic card stock to create the base.
And once again reinserted the negative pieces.

A little time and patience ... but what a fun, fabulous 
end result that hopefully will make someone
say "WOW"!


Make sure and check out all the great places to see this new line of dies. 


Challenges to share in:
Crafty Friends Challenge #38 - Anything Goes
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge #295 - Cute or Anything Christmas
Creative Corner Challenge - 3 Layer Card 
A Bit More Time to Craft Challenge #26 - Always Anything Goes 
ABC Challenge - N is for Noel (Christmas creation)
Crafts and Me August Challenge - Anything Goes
The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up Challenge #20 - ATG Christmas

Thanks for stopping by today and here's wishing you a FABULOUS week ahead!

As always . . .

Recipe:
Papers:  White cs, Gold Metallic cs, Brown cs, acetate packing material
Dies:  Tutti Designs 'Snowglobe Scene - TUTTI-145, Sue Wilson Festive Collection 'Peeking Snowflake' CED3022 (set of four)
Accessories:  Provo Craft 'Snowflakes' embossing folder, Tim Holtz distress inks, Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, dimensional tape, large sponge daubers

21 comments:

Birgit said...

Oh my goodness Darlene, I love this!! This should be framed and hanging in a spot for all to see. It is adorable!!

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

This is simply adorable!

Olga Jewell said...

Gorgeous!

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW such a beautiful snowglobe...love how Thank you so much for a chance to win such awesome goodies.Am your follower.Have posted about your giveaway on my blog sidebar to send you some more traffic
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Donna Ellis said...

Your very snowy village in a globe is gorgeous, Darlene! Lovely colors. Thank you so much for the great tutorial. It's hard for me to conceive of positioning all those tee-tiny pieces so beautifully as you have done. The colors, glittery texture, and scene, all make it quite magical! Hope you are getting everything ready for your craft fairs. hugs, de

Donna Phelan said...

Me....it makes me say WOW!!! This is AHmazing! Love the details and how you put everything back together again AND made an entire card for it. The gold looks awesome too! WOW!!!

Leslie Miller said...

So cute, Darlene! Interesting to see how this die comes together. Sure makes for a fabulous snow globe! I love the gold, too. Another awesome Christmas card!

Leslie said...

WOW! Amazing and pretty card. Love that it is a snow globe!!

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

WOW Darlene this is truly amazing!!!! It looks exactly like a real snow globe! You did a fantastic job!!!
Hugs,
Jo

Cheryl said...

Wow, very unique, just lovely! Looking forward to some cooler weather (and less humidity) here in FL too!

Diane Louise J said...

Hello.… Thanks for joining our ‘Anything Goes’ challenge with your lovely snow globe card. Great tutorial too… Good luck in the draw and hope you can join us again next time.
[Diane Louise, Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]


Conniecrafter said...

So creative and just Beautiful, all your details make it just special!!

Richa said...

OMG...the card looks so gorgeous..lovee it..Thank you for dropping by my blog..
Love
Richa
apaper-palette.blogspot.com

cheryl said...

oh gosh this is simply stunning hun really looks like a real snow globe,beautiful detail hugs Cherylxxx

crafty said...

Lovely. Thank you for sharing your card with us at Creative Corner.
Mary

Marty Fishman said...

This is beautiful, Darlene, just love it! The craft snow really makes it look real. What a fun and gorgeous project!

Thank you for leaving some love on my "Elephant Stampede" blog post - I appreciate that!!!

pst said...

Beautiful card, the die you have used is great and I like the embossed background. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Friends. Good luck in the draw and we hope to see you back again soon.

Pat said...

Gorgeous card, Darlene! Thank you for joining us at 12 Months of Christmas Link-Up blog.

Andrea Norris said...

Oooo snow globe I love it how creative! Thanks for joining us at ABC Challenge and good luck
Andrea x

Granmargaret said...

Lovely work. Thank you for joining the challenge at the 12 months of Christmas link up and at A Bit More Time to Craft. Hope to see you again next time.

Vixykins said...

Gorgeous design x
Thanks for playing at Crafts & Me (Sorry I'm so late, holiday and manic work!)