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Hello beautiful and handsome crafty friends! It is Lisa Lahiff here from the DCWV Social Media Design Team. I have a fun layout to share with you today that just screams summer. I simply can not get enough of the Watercolors Stack (available at your local JoAnns or online!), so I decided to just play some more with this stack and some photos of my children at the beach.
Hey there! It's Thomisia from the DCWV Social Media Design Team. Have you been keeping up with the "20 giveaways in 20 days"? This has been lots of fun for DCWV, the awesome sponsors, & the winners! Today, I want to share a couple of cards that I created using the DCWV "Birds & Butterflies" Stack. I think these go great with this fun prize theme.
Blue Moon Beads
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Hello friends! Happy Wednesday to you! Have I ever mentioned that May is my birthday month? It is also the month where we get to celebrate all the important women in our life (mom, grandma, auntie, nana, and more). This particular month of May, we've been able to add loads of our favorite people to our celebration list (YOU!). Did you know that DCWV (aka Die Cuts With a View) was founded nearly 21 years ago? I have been here 10.
Hello, DCWV friends! It's Jessi from the Social Media Design Team. May is my birthday month, so I figured it was time to work with the new DCWV Confetti Stack! So I am sharing with you my first ever shaker card! This is a very simple shaker card to create. I used a premade foam balloon for the shaker part of the card.
Father's Day Card: A Real Treasure Hello crafty friends! It is Lisa Lahiff from the Social Media Design Team here with you today, and I'm going to show you a super quick and perfectly manly card for you to re-create for any father figures in your life! I have used one of the newer stacks available at Michaels Stores called Treasures. This stack is filled with fun and quirky designs like mixed photos of letters to brick walls and everything in between! Just take a look at the card I've created for today… To create this card, I trimmed the white concrete wall patterned paper into a 5” x 7” card base. Next I added a strip of handwritten paper across the middle.
Hello DCWV fans!!! Piali here, and today I have few cards to share with you all. Can I say, the foiled Printed watercolor card sets are simply amazing!!! Today I used them with distress inks, not watercolors but with stencils. I used some gorgeous florals and butterflies from the new Birds and Butterflies Stack to accent the designs as well.
Hello friends! So glad you could join us for the May Stack-a-holic challenge! We have so much fun doing these challenges, especially as we see the creativity of our design team members and YOU! So, are you ready? Here are the cards the ladies made using our sketch for this month: Courtesy of Sharon; used prints from the Garden Charm Stack Courtesy of Valerie; used prints from the In Stitches stack Courtesy of Karen; used prints from the Birds and Butterflies Stack Courtesy of Jeri; used prints from the Watercolor Stack Courtesy of Lisa; used prints from the Garden Charm Stack Courtesy of Agata; used prints from the Embossed and Scripts and Music Notes stacks Courtesy of Karla; used prints from the Garden Charm stack and Insta Fun card set Courtesy of Jessi; used prints from the Garden Charm Stack Courtesy of Jaclyn, used prints from the Confetti Stack Courtesy of Susanne; used prints from the Garden Charm stack Courtesy of Veronika; used prints from the Birds and Butterflies stack Courtesy of Rhonda; used prints from the Birds and Butterflies Stack And here are the layouts: Courtesy of Karen; used prints from the Birds and Butterflies Stack Courtesy of Sharon Callis; used prints from the Stateside Stack Courtesy of Karla; used prints from the Birds and Butterflies stack Courtesy of Valerie; used prints from the Scripts and Music Notes Stack So. . .
Hello DCWV Fans!! Piali here, hope you all liked my last quick card post; today I have another super quick card set idea to share!! I used DCWV mini photo cards and the Garden Charm stack for my project. Teacher Appreciation week is almost here, so I whipped up a quick set of mini cards & a bookmark for my youngest to take to her teacher. I think this set with a gift card will be perfect for her! I Loooove the Garden Charm stack.
Welcome DCWV fans! It’s Jenifer from the DCWV Social Media Design Team! Mothers Day is coming up quickly, so I thought I would put together a quick gift for one of my special friends that will be celebrating her first Mothers Day this year. Using the DIY rolled Flowers stack, I created this large rose. I love how big and beautiful it is.
Mothers Day Flowers
Hi blog readers, it's Jaclyn joining you on the blog today! I'm sure a lot of you are like me, in the fact that you might associate Mother's Day with everything soft, pretty and floral! Knowing that, it will come as no surprise that I reached for the new Garden Charm stack to create some pretty Mother's Day cards for two special Moms in my life. The first card uses papers strictly from this stack. I used the kraft embossed mini dot paper for my background.
Hello!!! It is Lisa Lahiff here with you today from the Social Media Design Team! I am popping in with a layout I've created using two newer stacks that you can find at your local Michaels Store. One is called Scripts and Music Notes and the other is Classy Copper. Both have some delicious foiling in them that surprisingly worked well mixed together! Check it out… On this layout, I've used lots of layering as well as hand tearing and fussy cutting.
Hi everyone! It’s Social Media Design team member Karen H. and today I am sharing a bit of scrapbooking fun courtesy of the new Watercolor stack available at Jo-Ann! Now, while the word “watercolor” may not make you think of the word “delicious”, this stack is just that. Not just because of all the fantastic fruit-themed patterned papers throughout – papers that I would argue are perfect for “first food” layouts—but also because of the different elements that make pulling together a layout an absolute breeze! I happen to be a bit of a self-proclaimed “lazy title” scrapbooker.