Hello everyone! The Inspiration Team is back again to show you how to make creative cards using Sizzix Dies. Last week we saw some amazing card creations using Eileen Hull Sizzix Dies and this week the IT has even more inspired card making ideas to share with you. Check out this weeks edition of Creative Cards using Sizzix Dies!
Creative Cards Using Sizzix Dies
Lisa Hoel has a super creative card using Sizzix dies. She used my Caddy Die and daisy wreath embossing folder to create this cheerful card topped with die cuts from my Paper Flower Party Sizzix collection.
Visit Lisa’s Blog for more details on how to create this clever Caddy Card.
Julia Aston shares an encore card making performance with this gorgeous make using my Basket Weave Folder and Mug and Spoon Sizzix die. The warm rich colors included in this card make me want to curl up with a cuppa. Plenty of pattern and texture are included for extra eye candy, making this caffeinated card creation a real birthday treat!
Stop by Julia’s blog for some hot tips on how to create your own Coffee mug card.
Diana Hetherington has another quick and easy card to share with you this week. Diana used my Pansy Die and Eyelet Lace embossing folder to create simple yet stunning birthday card. This card is extra special because she created it for MY birthday! Don’t you just love the neutral toned paper pansy against the delicately embossed white cardstock? I sure do!!
Check out Diana’s Blog for an in-depth look at this lovely birthday card creation.
Nicole Wright has a fabulous fall card to share with you! It all started with a negative cut left over from a previous project. Nicole then built this beauty around it filling the negative space with embossed foil using my Basket Weave folder. She used my Spring leaves die to add fall flair to the bottom of the card…who says spring leaves have to stick to their season anyway?
Fall in love with this lovely leaf card tutorial at Nicole’s Blog.
Michelle Zerull shows off her layering skills with this beautiful card. Can you say HELLO gorgeous? Michelle’s card features expertly layered patterned papers under black card stock topped off with a Romance Flower die cut, twine and dimensional letters.
Stop by Michelle’s blog for a tutorial and tips on how to give colored card stock die cuts a fresh look in just two simple steps.
Jonathan Fong has an interactive card creation that converts into a Christmas tree! How clever! When it comes to creativity Jonathan is king. Using my Romance Flower Die and Cranberry Christmas papers from DCWV Jonathan created a card that recipients can use the contents to create a cute little tree.
Run don’t walk over to Jonathan’s blog for a fun-filled tutorial on how to create this interactive card yourself.
Anna-Karin Evaldsson takes us on a creative card safari with these wonderful Wildlife Cards! Pack your bags and grab your dies from my Vintage Travel Sizzix Collection like the Luggage Tag and Passport Book. Anna-Karin also used several Eileen Hull Embossing Folders to create a textured background for these wild and wonderful cards. Sizzix Paper Leather is the perfect product to add stamps and sentiments to your card projects and complete this stunning card safari.
Take a walk on the wild side where you’ll find a full Wild Life Card tutorial at Anna-Karin’s Blog.
I too wanted to get in on the Creative Card making action this month. Here is a fun Flip Card I created in case you missed it earlier this week.
You can check out my Wedding Flip Card with Video Tutorial HERE.
I do hope you enjoyed these creative cards using Sizzix dies. The inspiration team is always full of creative tips and tricks….their creativity is limitless!
If you missed any of the Creative Cards shared last week you can check them out HERE.
Next week starts a new month and a fun collaboration with DCWV so stay tuned all month-long in November as the Inspiration Team and the DCWV Design Team take you through a Winter Wonderland!