Wednesday, May 31, 2017

It's Strawberry Season

Seriously, Don't you loveeee fresh strawberries?
There is truly nothing like them.

This week at PPCF, we are celebrating with SheepSki Designs

Andrea has so many gorgeous images to choose from but after seeing her coloring 
of this yummy image, I had to give it a go.

Yep, this is 

I used a variety of pencils and copics to color this up.
Complemented with Creative Basics Fancy Rectangles & Layers 
I finished it off with more deliciousness from I am Roses.

Jump on over to PPCF and grab your coupon code for 20% off the entire store 

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Grace and Beauty

Hello, Dorinda here with today's post from LDRS Creative Inspiration.
I've created a little flower garden using:

TLC Inspired Soft Blush 6x6 paper pack
Polkadoodles Scalloped Swag Die

Love this stamp set. So elegant.
See ya soon,

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Spring Time Makes the Roses Bloom

What a special week.
PPCF is celebrating I am Roses.
Why is that special?
Besides the fact that all of our sponsors are soooo amazing?
They Make Flowers.......

Using this gorgeous image by Ching Chou Kuik called
I've set my card on the latest Creative Basics 
and an older but still just as fabulous die called

And All these delicious blooms from I am Roses
D1-320 Blue Daisy
D1-48 Yellow Daisy
R2-839 Green roses
S3-839 Green Cherry blossoms
R8-170 Baby Blue Roses

Jump on over to PPCF for a coupon code from I am Roses

Friday, May 12, 2017

Creating with Creative Basics

It's Creative Basics Week at PPCF.
I can guarentee there's nothing basic about these dies.
as a matter of fact, it's easy to use them to create beauty all on their own.

Here I've taken the Basic Stitched Flag. Usi two dies; one smaller than the other.
It depends on how large you'd like your bow as to which you use.

Taking dbl sided paper, I cut them all out a series of the smaller version. The larger is only used fo the bottom row. Then we hot glue the ends. I used mini close pins to keep them secure until I was ready to form the ring. Now we do just that. Keeping in mind to keep the spacing equal. In this step, it may be easier to cut the forked pieces off.

Once finished, I took the larger and smaller, gluing the smaller a top the lager and once again, keeping in mind the spacing, created the bottom matt.
Finally I hot glued the two pieces together.
I added a little bling in my center. 
This was a super quick project to create a stunning ribbon.

Next I played with some butterflies.
I took a textured cloth, cut it to size and glued it down for my base,
I framed it with Basic Background Builder I cut in half.
Then  using Fancy Rectangles and Layers I cut out a designed paper and a sheer paper and glued them together. 
And realized I had oopsed. I placed the butterfly paper upside down.
oh dear, well I left it that way and it's not tooooo noticeable.
Then a cut butterflies out using Dotted Wings Set and that printed paper so my butterflies look like butterflies.
Popped on a sentiment and some brads and again have a super quick card.

What have you made lately using only dies?
Try it, it's addictive 

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Beauty of Spring

Good Morning, Dorinda here with some happy Spring inspiration,

Today, I've used

I gotta say, I am having a blast with the new LDRS Creative products.

Today I've taken one of the images, Ballerina Tutu, From All Dressed Up Set. There are 3 little

sweeties in this set. All with their own sentiment.

I used the gogeous Dotty Doily Die Set for some offset dimension.

Then placed them on the frame and base portion of Allifair build-A-Card Die

I cut out some flowers and hearts from Dotty Doily Die Set.

of course, this begged for the leaves from Grace Build-A-Card

sentiment is from

and paper used is

Tea Time Paper Pack from Polkadoodles