Sunday, September 4, 2016

We must have Faith . . .

Happy Sunday Everyone!

It's my turn today to share a new inspirational creation using dies from the Tutti Designs Store.  Have you checked out this new die company yet?  If not, you truly owe it to yourself to pop over to see the fabulous die designs available.  They just came out with their 3rd release so my creation today pulls from the new release as well as from the previous release.  Isn't it nice when you can combine dies to create something BEAUTIFUL!



 The dies I have used are:

















Here's a few tips on how this card was created.
First I chose the neutral colored designer paper I wanted to use for the background then went from there.  It was a double sided paper so the strip I had to cut to get the right dimension for my background panel was simply flipped over and used as a coordinating accent piece.

I adhered my beautiful Garden Frame to a solid gray panel the fussy cut around it to achieve my matting.  I used the corner scrap to die cut the Faith die and played around with the positioning.
My pieces are all laid out before I actually decide on how I want to put the card together and permanently adhere to my card base.



The word looked 'okay' but I wanted it to pop a little more so I die cut another word using black card stock then off set them to create my word panel.





1/4" strips of black and red card stock give the accent panel a little added ZIP!  Plus, a few embellishments using sequins and red Stickles glitter gives my card the finishing touches I was looking for.

 Please be sure to pop over to the Tutti Designs Store and check out all of these fabulous dies. 

Need inspiration?  
The team has something new to share over on the Tutti Designs Blog EACH and EVERY DAY!  Pop on over and see for yourself ... what a talented group of designers!!

I'll be back again next Sunday with a new Tutti Designs project.
In the meantime, here are all the Tutti Designs quick links you will need:

 Thanks for stopping by and as always . . .

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