Sunday, February 21, 2021

You Color My World

Hi, everyone!  This week's Featured Stamper over at Splitcoast is Dawn aka dawnmercedes.....congrats, Dawn!!  I was inspired by this creative card.....I loved the fun colors and the strips reminded me of a rainbow.  For my card, I stuck with the same colors but created a rainbow and clouds.  The rainbow strips and clouds are from the Slimline Rainbow and Clouds Dies.  The tiny hearts were cut with the Clouds and Raindrops Dies.  The sentiment is from Rainbow of Hope and was cut and matted with the Sentiment Strips 2 Dies. The largest of the Pierced Frames Dies was cut from red cardstock and popped with foam tape over the pattern paper from the Birthday Bash Paper Collection.  The card base was cut with the A2 Portrait Card Base with Layer Dies. (All items used are from Divinity Designs LLC.) 

Thanks for stopping by today!


Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett

Monday, February 1, 2021

Divinity Designs LLC February New Releases!

Hi, everyone!  Wow, January flew by and now it's time for another new release from Divinity Designs LLC!  To see the entire new release plus all of the amazing designer samples, please visit the Divinity Designs LLC Blog or find them on social media.

Here are the new products I have featured in my three project for today:

My first card is a slimline design using the new Slimline Rainbow and Clouds Dies set, along with the 'Rainbow of Hope' stamp set, Neighborhood Border Die, Slimline Scalloped Rectangles Dies, Slimline Rectangles Dies, Slimline Card Base, and Sentiment Strips 2 Dies.  The rainbow was cut from white cardstock, the center strips removed from the rainbow, the remaining frame was colored with markers, then turned into a shaker by adding a layer of acetate and tiny cut foam tape strips to pop it up.  All of the sequins are from Divinity Designs LLC as well.....find these and more HERE.  Layered on top of the rainbow is the neighborhood die, which I carefully lined up and cut twice since it is A2 sized. (The trick is to leave the end of the die outside of the cutting plate so you can hand trim carefully line up the die again to continue the scene with the next cut. I then cut the neighborhood from white and hand trimmed the houses to adhere to the green panel.

For my next card, I have used the fun 'Peek-A-Boo with Layers' Dies set, along with the Wedding Wishes Paper Pad, tiny hearts from the 'Clouds and Raindrops' Dies, Bitty Borders Dies, and the 'Long Lasting Love' stamp set. The view from the front of the card shows the greeting which I created with three stamps from the set; open the card to see the hidden panel magically appear! (Next photo)
The wedding cake image slides into place when the card is opened.  Make sure you watch Lisa's video to see how easy this card is to make.  There are instructions printed within the die packaging as well.
My third card features the 'Rainbow of Hope' set, A2 Rainbow and Clouds Dies, along with the Pierced Rectangles Dies, A2 Landscape Card Base with Layer Die, and Crystal Rhinestones.  The rainbow was cut from white cardstock, then adhered to another white panel to keep all of the pieces together.  After water-coloring the rainbow, it was popped up with foam tape,  The sentiment was white embossed onto the blue background then the crystal 'raindrops' and baker's twine were added.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  It's greatly appreciated!!


Designer for Divinity Designs LLC, Angie Crockett