Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Divinity Designs LLC December New Release

Hi, everyone!  Welcome to the December new release party for Divinity Designs LLC!  Check out the entire release plus some amazing designer samples HERE!  

Here are the new items featured in my three samples for today.....please click the links in the descriptions for the previously released items:

My first card features the new 'Snowbirds' Stamp/Die Duos set (LOVE THESE BIRDIES!)  I was super excited that the birds were the right size to fit in the pockets from the Fishing and Hunting Vest Dies set!  The card base (and shirt) were cut with the Couture Collection Dies.  The buffalo plaid paper is from the 'Menswear Material' Collection.  The sentiment was framed and matted with the Rectangles Dies and Double Stitched Rectangles Dies set. A clear glaze pen was used to coat the zipper, snaps, and the birdies' eyes.

My second sample is a slimline design which features the adorable 'Beary Christmas' Stamp/Die Duos set and the new Slimline Cubes Background Die.  I began by using the Slimline Layering Rectangles Dies to cut a panel out of the Serenity Snowflakes Slimline Paper Pad.  The cube background was cut twice, once with the plum cardstock and again with shimmery white cardstock, so that I could insert shimmery snowflake shapes within the cube pattern before popping up the frame with foam tape over the snowflake designer paper.  The Slimline Curvy Slopes Dies and Slimline Rectangles Dies were used with the shimmery white cardstock to cut out the snowy hillside.  An Oval Die was used to cut the skating pond and the Sentiment Strips Dies were used for the sentiment panels. The scene was matted with the Slimline Scalloped Rectangles Dies; the card base was cut with the Slimline Card Base Die.
My third sample features the new Mandala Layering Combo Dies, along with the following items: Stoneware Paper Pad, Circles Mixed Media Stencil (dry embossed), Pierced Circles Dies, Pierced Rectangles Dies, Deco Border Die, Inspiration Words Dies, Matting Rectangle, and A2 Portrait Card Base with Layer Dies.  For the center of the mandala, I used the smallest Circle Die (with the Stoneware paper) and the smallest Pierced Circle Die to create a decorative piece.  The top mandala layer was cut from black mirror paper which gives it a nice finished look.

Thanks for stopping by!


Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

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