Happy Halloween everyone! I hope you have all those costumes figured out and the dish of candy ready for all those Trick or Treaters. I have a treat for you today: the new Nesting Fold Over Tags from WeR Memory Keepers.
These new Fold Over Tags give you the option of using these as tags, sleeves or gift card holders. There are 4 different sizes and a tiny die that will put a hole in your tag if you want it. I threaded a ribbon through the dies to keep them altogether.
This set comes with one hole that you place in the notch at the top if you want one.
This is great for giving a gift card for a baby shower or someone’s birthday.
I had to get one last Halloween project in I used the second sized one to make my Halloween tag. I used Authentique’s Spirited Paper Pad.
I didn’t seal up the bottom so it would hold a little bag of Candy corn.
The third size down is shown below. I again didn’t seal up the bottom so I could use it as a sleeve form my candy cane.
I tied the bow through the hole and around my candy cane so it wouldn’t fall out. I used Authentique’s Believe Paper Pad for this one.
With the holidays back to back in the coming months, now is the perfect time to grab these fold over tags and put them to good use.
See ya next time and have a safe and Happy Halloween!
Hey everyone, it’s Kay here with my WeR Memory Keepers (Quickutz/Lifestyle Crafts) post. I have a fun Halloween treat box I made out of the Template Cutting Die – Large Bakery Box. This bakery box is perfect for giving yummy treats for all your holiday occasions.
I used the new Authentique Spirited 12×12 pad to make my box. This star pattern comes in the kit as well. I love Authentique’s thick and sturdy patterned cardstock. It’s perfect for making these boxes.
After I cut my template die out twice, I ran one of them back through my Evolution with one of the Nesting Ovals – Cookie Cutter Nesting dies to make a window. I used a piece of removable tape to keep it in place.
I adhered some acetate on the inside and then assembled my box. You can see the tutorial I did on putting this bakery box together in a previous post. Click here to see it.
I used the Bat – 2×2 inch cutting die to decorate it,
which made this super quick and easy. I added some Stickles to make the eyes stand out. This Bat die is only $2.79 in the Scrapbook Express store and is super handy for all your Halloween projects.
This bakery box holds almost a whole 21 oz. bag of Brach’s Candy Corn. There was a handful left in the bag that made a nice treat for me while doing this post
I used one of the Punch Cutting Dies – Rectangle Labels for my tag. I punched a hole in the top so I could thread it through my tuelle.
Well, there you have it! See ya next time – enjoy those beautiful fall colors! I know I will.
Hi everyone! I’m finally back posting on the blog again after lots of family drama the past couple of months. It’s not over yet, but things have settled enough for me to get some time in my craft room. Both of my daughters had their first babies, one was 16 weeks early and is in the NICU. I had knee surgery and my mom had major surgery as well and is in a rehab center. Life is sure crazy sometimes!
I’ve got lots of the new 6×6 Embossing folders from WeR and I’ve used 3 of them on my cards today. They were simple and easy to make. I followed the same layout for each card but used different sentiments to show the versatility this paper collection and embossing folders give you.
The patterned papers all came from the WeR Little One 12×12 Paper Pad. I simply embossed a patterned paper piece, mounted it on some green cardstock, added some ribbon and a sentiment and there you have a quick and easy card.
We R’s new embossing folders are 6×6 which allows you to emboss square cards and go to the edge of an A2 sized card. The neat thing about this square size is you can emboss the pattern horizontally or vertically and still have your card go portrait or landscape. As usual you can emboss or deboss depending on what side of the paper you put up or down.
For my Little One card below I used the WeR Embossing Folders – Stripe folder. It’s always a little hard to get a picture of texture, but it’s very obvious in person.
For my Happy Birthday card I used WeR Embossing Folders – Chevron
And for my Sympathy card I used WeR Embossing folders – Triangle. There are two folders in each set and I have only used one of the folders on each of my cards. I will be making more embossed creations for you in the future.
Now add some of these new embossing folders to your cart and get making a these cute but simple cards to add to our stash.
See ya next time,
Hi everyone – welcome to today’s blog post featuring the Shape Cutting Die – Rose from WeR Memory Keepers (dies previously from Quickutz/Lifestyle Crafts).
Today I’d like to show you how to use the Rose die. As you can see there are 3 pieces. The piece below is the background-leaves. I cut this out and left it in the die so I could emboss it.
I took the blunt end of my paper piercer and pressed where the details of the leaf are.
You can see that it leaves an embossed detail.
On the closeup below you can see that I added some red Stickles to the darker portion of the rose.
On the Thank you card I also used the Punch Cutting Dies – Rectangle Labels for my sentiment border.
I made a really quick little wedding card using a 3×3 note card. I stamped Congratulations and added a white/ivory rose.
There are lots of ways to use this Rose die from WeR. All of these cards were quick and easy to make.
See ya next time!
Hi everyone! I’m excited to show you the new MONARCH Shape Die from We R. I love how you can use this die in lots of different ways.
Below is the first card where I just cut the detailed portion of the die. I adhered this directly to my card and repeated the pattern for a quick and easy birthday card.
The second way is by using some Sticky Thumb Dimensionals to pop it off the card. I also used Stickles to make it sparkle, then added a trail beneath the butterfly.
For the last card I cut out both pieces of the butterfly. The solid piece I used my daubers and distress ink and blended the inks slightly to get the look I wanted. Then I used Glossy Accents over the white layer and sprinkled on some glitter.
Here is a close up of how you can make the butterfly pop off your card. I added some Dimensionals and slightly bent the wings upward.
For those of you who have been Quickutz fans you may have noticed that many of the dies don’t come with foam on them anymore. Now they come with small holes that allow you to pop the die pieces from your die.
For the solid pieces a clump of sticky tack works perfect to pop out the die. I just leave a piece on top of my Revolution and Evolution die cut machines and it makes it quick and easy.
For the detailed portion of the die you can see the small dots on the back of the die. I just take my paper piercer or a pin and poke through the holes which allows the diecut to be removed from the metal die.
If you have any questions about this new method please feel free to ask. This MONARCH butterfly has a ton of uses so if you don’t already have one be sure to pick one up before they’re all gone. So many possibilities!!
I’ll be back in two weeks with another We R project using the Letterpress. Hopefully my new granddaughter will have arrived by then. I can’t wait!
Hi everyone! Well the day has finally come when us Quickutz lovers finally have new dies to purchase again. Granted we have to come up with a new name since We R Memory Keepers has bought out Lifestyle Crafts.
For today’s post I wanted to feature the Large Bakery Box Template Cutting Die. This comes with one die that you cut twice to make the bakery box. I’ll take you step by step on how to make one. It’s pretty easy.
First: Cut two pieces ( I like to use a heavy double sided cardstock or patterned paper. I used Authentique because it’s nice and thick.)
Second: Fold where the score lines are.
Third: Apply some adhesive on the small side flap on each of your pieces.
Fourth: Now to assemble the box – adhere the small flap to the flapless side on the other piece. Now do the same on the other side.
Fifth: It should look like the example above. Now apply some adhesive on the two places on the bottom. Fold in the small side flaps and interlock the larger flaps with the adhesive on them to close up the end.
Sixth: It should look like the box end below.
Seventh: Now stand the box up and fold in the top. Now your bakery box is ready to decorate and fill up with a yummy treat.
I made this box for my dad to give him for Father’s Day filled with Bridge Mix. He loves munching on Bridge Mix and this holds over a pound. I embellished my box with the Nesting Stars and the new Strung Alphabet.
The new Strung Alphabet comes with two 4×4 dies with the alphabet. Each letter has tabs out both sides with a small hole to string them together. I used brads to assemble DAD.
Here is a close up of the letters strung together.
The assembled box is 8″ high and 3.3″ wide and 2″ deep. This would hold about 8 regular sized cookies.
I hope you’ll join me next time for more die cut projects featuring We R Memory Keepers dies. Have a wonderful Father’s Day weekend!
On my last post I talked about re-purposing your supplies. For today’s post I’m showing you two more cards made with We R journaling cards that are intended for pocket scrapbooking.
We R has a small line of religious items that center around missionaries. One of these products is the We R Journaling Cards Sister. This pack comes with 100 double sided cards that make scrapbooking a breeze.
I decided to make a couple of Sister Missionary cards from this set. I used BoBunny Island Mist Vintage Dot cardstock for my background – it matches perfectly. I ran it through a Lifestyle Crafts (now WeR) embossing folder and inked the edges with Distress ink.
Then I inked the edges of one of the cards, tied a ribbon around it and added some scriptures (retired Quickutz book) and mounted it on my card.
For my second Sister Missionary card (or any purpose kind of card for that matter). I used the back side of BoBunny’s Coral Double Dot cardstock. I ran it through with another embossing folder and inked the edges like before. I added a ribbon and mounted it to my card.
I cut one of the Flower Punches – Quickutz Cookie Cutter, inked it and stamped my sentiment, punched a tiny hole and added a jump ring to it so I could put a safety pin through it.
I also added some Stickles and acrylic paint to some of the flower details to add some dimension.
So whether you are scrapbooking or card making check out the WeR Journaling card sets. They are a great value and make your projects quick and simple.
We R Missionary Album Kit/Sister is the perfect combination if you are scrapbooking the Sister Missionary in your life.
See ya next time with some projects using the new release of Quickutz dies from WeR. Yea! They’re in the store!!!
Hey everyone, it’s Kay here with my Quickutz Lifestyle Crafts post. As many of you know WeR Memory Keepers bought Lifestyle Crafts last fall. They will be having some new dies coming out soon, but until then I want to show you a couple of ways to repurpose 2 products we carry in the store.
I used the Quickutz Lifestyle Crafts by WeR Albums Made Easy Hooray Dies to make this card. I also used BoBunny Modern Miss Selfie 12×12 paper and a 3×4 card from the BoBunny Misc Me Modern Miss Journal Box Set.
The Misc Me Modern Miss Journal Box Set comes with 240 double-sided cards: (60) 6×8″ cards, (60) 4×6″ cards, and (120) 3×4″ cards that coordinate with the Modern Miss collection.
I used one of the 6×8 cards for my Oatmeal cookie recipe. I had to trim it on the sides a bit to make it fit in the sheet protector. It made for a quick and easy recipe page.
I hope this post helps you think outside the box when you make your next project. Have a great weekend!
Hey everyone, it’s Kay here with my Quickutz Lifestyle Crafts post. I have a May flower card for you today.
I used the Nesting Petals Cookie Cutter die set. There are 11 dies in the set. You can use them together, separately or pick and choose the layers you want. There are so many possibilities with these dies and the month of May is all about flowers so head on over to the Scrapbook Express store and “pick” some. Don’t miss the 20% off your order sale going on now just in time for National Scrapbook Day.
See ya next time and have a scrappy weekend.
Hi everyone – it’s Kay here with my Quickutz post.
My daughters mother-in-law is quite the quilter and has her own quilting store. My daughter and I went together over to her store to pick out fabric for a baby quilt she’s going to make. This was the first time I’d been in a quilting store before and it was quite fun. Lots of pretty fabrics that coordinated together made me think of all the pretty patterned papers I love to buy. This inspired me to create some “quilted” cards.
I took a small square from my Cookie Cutter Nesting Squares and some patterned paper from the Baby Bump 6×6 paper pad and some 12×12 papers from The Avenues Collection (Dot & Stripe) both are from BoBunny.
I cut out my squares and inked the edges and assembled them on a piece of cardstock slightly smaller than my card base. Then I ran the whole piece through my Evolution with my Goosebumpz embossing folder to make it look like it’s quilted.
I adhered it to my card front and rubbed a little ink over the top so the embossing stands out more. Then I used the labels from the Label It – It Kit to frame my sentiments.
So grab some fun papers from the Scrapbook Express store and make yourself a “quilted” card. The possibilities are endless!