Friday, February 3, 2023

Beautiful Bunny

Hi, everyone!  My clean and simple card today was created for both the Color Challenge (Poppy Parade, Pool Party, and Crumb Cake) and the Ways To Use It 'Bunny' Challenge over at Splitcoast this week.  The stamps and dies used are from My Favorite Things. The images were stamped with Stazon Jet Black onto watercolor paper, then cut out with coordinating dies.  The bunny and tire were water-colored and the flowers and butterfly were colored with markers.


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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Divinity Designs LLC February New Release!!

Hi, everyone!  It's time for a new release from Divinity Designs LLC!!!  Check out all of the new items plus amazing designer samples HERE or on Instagram HERE.  Below are the new products used in my samples for today.  All of the previously released items can be accessed by clicking the links.  Enjoy!!

My first sample is a shaker card created with the following items: Shining Light Lantern Dies, 'My Light' stamp set, A2 Thin Pierced Frame, A2 Portrait Card Base with Layers Dies, Cozy Quilt Paper Pad, Foam Mounting Tape, and Sequins.


My next card features the new Flower Petals Layering Combo Dies (each layer popped up with Foam Mounting Tape), Square Card Base with Layer Dies, Squares Dies, Heavenly Skies Paper Pad, and Rhinestones.
My third sample features the Shining Light Lantern Dies, Lantern Add-Ons Dies, Center Step A2 with Layers Dies, Slimline Mountain Silhouettes Dies, Trees and Deer Dies, Family Names 2 Dies, Clouds and Raindrops (cloud stencil), Blending Brush, Weathered Wood Paper Pad, and Foam Mounting Tape.  The scene within the lantern was created first and then I got the idea to create the background scene in a larger scale, like you were looking through a looking glass. 
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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Sunday, January 29, 2023

Field of Flowers

Hi, everyone!  This week's Featured Stamper over at Splitcoast is Kathy aka laurasbuffy....congrats, Kathy!  I loved the blended background colors of this beautiful card from Kathy's awesome gallery.  For my card, I used a watercolor wash technique with a wide brush.  After the panel was dry, it was stamped with 'Botanical Beauty' background stamp from Taylored Expressions and a sentiment from 'Large Peony 4' by The Ton, then cut out with a Double Stitched Rectangles Die from Divinity Designs LLC.  Lavender baker's twine and rhinestones were added for finishing touches.


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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Friday, January 27, 2023

Happy Marriage Recipe

Hi, everyone!  Happy Friday!!  This week's Friday Free4All Challenge over at Splitcoast is to 'Put A Heart On It'.  My card today was made for a bridal shower. (The stamps, designer paper, dies, and embossing folder are from Divinity Designs LLC.)  The 'Happy Marriage Recipe' stamp was placed in my MISTI and stamped several times to make sure all of the words had even ink coverage.  The designer paper is from the 'Wedding Flowers' Slimline Paper Pad; the recipe card was cut out with the Recipe Card Die, matted on gold metallic then fussy cut around the edge, then matted on pink and fussy cut again (since there are no layering dies.)  The ivory background panel was dry embossed with the Flourishes Embossing Folder, cut out with the Pierced Rectangles Dies, matted with the Matting Rectangle in gold, and adhered to the card which was cut with the A2 Landscape Card Base with Layer Dies.  Satin pink ribbon and tiny gold hearts (cut with the Clouds and Raindrops Dies) were added for finishing touches.


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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Thursday, January 26, 2023

NFL Birthday x 2

Hi, everyone!  This week's Ways To Use It Challenge theme is 'It's a Banner Day!', so I am posting two birthday cards I made recently, one for a co-worker and one for a friend to give to his brother.  For both cards, I used the same items, but personalized them with added touches to match the official jerseys.  The stripes on the sleeves were drawn with a journal pen and ruler on a separate piece of cardstock and colored with markers, fussy cut, then glued onto the jerseys.  The numbers were fussy cut even though there are coordinating dies.....I didn't want the white outline. For the banners, I used the die re-sizing technique to match the size of the sentiment stamp.  Other than the stars embossing folders, the rest of the items used are from Divinity Designs LLC: All-Star Jerseys Stamp/Die Duos, Rectangles Dies, Sparkling Stars Dies, Pennant Flags Dies, Double Stitched Pennant Flags Dies, Foam Mounting Tape.


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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

CAS Birthday Flowers


Hi, everyone!  This week's Color Challenge over at Splitcoast was perfect to make a quick birthday card.  The stamp set I chose is 'Flowing Flowers' by Stampin Up.  The image was colored with markers and stamped using the MISTI to make sure I had good coverage.  The leaves were stamped first in green, then I used a marker to add a touch of purple.  The circle frame was cut with the following dies from Divinity Designs LLC: Scalloped Circles and Circles.  I did not add the Color Challenge dessert option of ribbon since I wanted the card to be flat for mailing.


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Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Monday, January 23, 2023

Happy Third Birthday!

Hi, everyone!  Today is '123' day (January 23rd), so today's Clean and Simple Challenge over at Splitcoast is to include numbers in your CAS cards.  My card today is for one of my little nieces.  I used one of the Number Fun sets from MFT, colored with markers and water-coloring.  A few clouds were cut out and added for balance.  The scene was cut out with Double Stitched Squares Dies and Squares Dies from Divinity Designs LLC.


Thanks for stopping by!

Blessings,

Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett