Chear & Dear

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Christmas & Winter

 Good Afternoon! 
Is anyone ready for Christmas? It's hard to imagine Christmas & winter, especially today with the hot & humid weather. But I am so much enjoying this warm weather! But just in case you're getting a head start on your Christmas cards and gifts, here are some ideas!

This bag and the cards were made by Karina.

These are the different fabrics that she used: 

Enjoy your week! 

Monday, May 25, 2015

Pink & Grey Flowers and Tool Box Card

 Good Afternoon, 
Take a look at these beautiful coordinating fabrics that we have in stock. 

With those fabrics, Rachel made these cards: 

 The writing is free hand and on this card, the shape is cut out using a Spellbinders die out of black paper and the writing was done with a white gel pen.

Father's Day is coming right up! 
Here is a sample of a Tool Box Father's Day card that Rachel made. 

And the tools came out of these two fabrics: 

 Enjoy your week! 

Monday, May 18, 2015

Music/Instruments, Flowers & Teacups

 Good Afternoon! 
Have you seen our selection of music and instrument fabric?

With the two above fabrics, Rachel made this Father's Day card. 

In addition to the two fabrics pictured above, we also have these music/instrument fabrics. 
 The shape on the above card was Labels 46 from Spellbinders. There is also a decorative Labels 46 that coordinates and on the cards below, Rachel used both of these die sets.

 The embellishments on the above cards came from these three fabrics:

 Over the weekend, Rachel also made these two cards:

Those cards were made using this fabric: 

Have a good week! 

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Crab Cards

Good Afternoon! 
Take a look at these adorable cards Karina made using the Elizabeth Craft designs crab die.

This next card was made using this Rectangle Pull card die by Elizabeth Craft designs. 

 When the card opens, the crab moves and waves. The brads are positioned so the arms of the crab can move. Karina watched an online tutorial to make this card.

 The papers were from the Kaisercraft Paradiso collection.
 And the crab die looks like this:

Enjoy your week!