Thursday, February 19, 2015
CottageCutz Critterville release at The Scrapping Cottage. Oh my goodness it's as sweet as can be. And don't you just love the feel of spring with the sweet little animals and outdoor feel of the little critter cottages. These are so delightful to work with. I just cut out the pieces from some cardstock I had on my work table-it was bright lime green and kraft. This is what I got after using distress inks. I love me some distress ink!Critterville Tree house, Squirrel, Little Owl, Victorian Fence, and Greetings Expression die. I can't wait to make the other little cottages. They are just darling. Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to check these super cute dies out. Until next time, Happy Crafting! See you soon.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Greetings friends and crafters. Here is another old project I did back when I was a member of the Dirty Dozen over at Splitcoast Stampers. It's just one I had to share because of this sweet Inkadinkadoo stamp that I have had for ever.
Monday, February 9, 2015
Hello everyone, and welcome to CottageCutz Week of "Storage Idea's" for your CottageCutz Dies. Here's how I store my CottageCutz Dies. This next week the CottageCut Design Team Members will be sharing how they store their CottageCutz dies with all of you. Its always nice to get some idea's of storage for our crafting supplies, and we hope that you find some inspiration from our Design Team. They will each be posting on different days this week sharing idea's on how to store CottageCutz Dies!
My Cottage Cutz die are stored in one of those huge boxes you can purchase at Michaels. You can see that I have rubber bands around my groups of dies. That's because I like to keep the collections together. It's just me!!! I keep all my original packaging as well. Yes I do! I've always been like this even as a kid. I had collect Boyds Bears since 1997 and it took me just 4 years ago to get rid of all the boxes and original foam packaging....lol I'm a stickler for keeping things like new.
This is another box I keep my dies in. I use my CottageCutz die a lot so I keep them close to me in my work area. Christmas and Halloween dies are stored away until the next season. I like to keep everything in their original package. It's just me and the way I am. I collected Boyds Bears since 1997 and just 5 years ago I got rid of all the original packaging for those. I like to keep things like new. Maybe I'll change this some other time. But for now I like them this way. I am a die-a-holic and require the 12 step program for my addiction...lol I do use the magnetic pages and binding system for wafer thin dies, cut I like my CottageCutz with the original pictures so I can refer to them when piecing the die cut pieces together.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Don't you just love the sweet little burlap touches. All the edges of the edges of the envelope and paper have been distressed inked with Brushed Corduroy.