Check out this cool collection of Silhouette Shapes designed for the tech savvy gamer in your family.
Coordinating with our popular “Game On” collection, die shapes include common gaming phrases, and delightful technology inspired images.
This collection works for both boys and girls, which wins big points with all players. The game is never over with a collection and digital die shapes this awesome. So play on!
The size of this banner makes it very versatile. You could use it to embellish a gift bag or box, tie it across a wreath or empty picture frame or simple hang it on the wall. Each flag shape measures 4” x 2-1/2”. You can find the file here in the Silhouette Store.
There are tons of fabulous files in the Echo Park portfolio that work perfectly as backgrounds for the dies.
Hello, friends! It’s Tania back with you again today sharing a few Christmas cards I created using the fun and fabulous Christmas Cheer Collection along with the Christmas Cheer Designer Die and Stamp Set.
Most of the Designer Dies lend themselves very well to both layering and embellishing to take them from drab to fab in just minutes, which is precisely the route I took when putting together these two cards. For this first one, I simply pulled three different sheets of green patterned paper from the 6x6 Paper Pad and die-cut a Christmas Tree out of all three. Next up, all that needed done was cutting apart a different section from two of the trees and adhering to the third three. I embellished it further by changing the color of the trunk with brown cardstock and then added ornaments using Enamel Shapes. Decorative Brads would look just as lovely. Finally, I finished it off with a star die-cut using the Moon Stars Designer Dies set. You can step it up a notch by using foam dimensional adhesive to adhere your tree sections or by adding glitter to your star topper.
This next idea with the reindeer die and stamp is something you’ve seen me do recently with a layout using the Arsenic and Lace Collection. I wanted my stamped embellishment to overlay the die-cut, but I wanted it to face the opposite direction. Die-cuts are quite easily changed since all you have to do is flip the paper over, but stamping takes an extra step. All you’ll need is a sheet of transparency and a Staz-On ink pad. Stamp directly onto the transparency, allow the ink to dry, then die-cut the image. Washi tape works great for holding the die in place over the stamped image. Then, just flip over the stamped image before adhering it to the die-cut cardstock. To finish it off, I layered some excess thread behind the die-cut, added a small red Decorative Brad for the nose and a green asterisk Enamel Shape.
Next time you are die-cutting, challenge yourself to step it up a notch and add a little customization. With all the Designer Dies that are available, the possibilities for layering and embellishing are absolutely endless!
EPDIESTAMP16 Christmas Cheer Designer Die and Stamp Set
EPPDIE61 Moon Stars Designer Dies
Christmas Cheer Enamel Shapes
CC72020 Christmas Cheer Decorative Brads
CC72022 Cheer Chipboard
CC72023 6x6 Paper Pad
Cuttlebug Manual Die-Cutting Machine
White Acrylic Paint
Jet Black Staz-On Ink
Capture your memories throughout the year with this exciting new collection by Jennifer Gallacher.
“Through The Year,” includes 24 double-sided patterned papers, 2 - sticker sheets, 3X4 memo card set, 4X6memo card set, 4 designer dies, 1 4X6 stamp set, and 2 collection kits.
Here's some great information about this kit from the designer herself!
We wanted to create a system that would allow paper crafters and scrapbookers to do a few things:
* Create seasonal layouts with the main paper collection kit. You can also use the "Designer Products" (dies and stamps) to decorate your pages (see images below).
* For those scrapbookers who prefer a pocket-page system, we wanted to give them the option of pre-cut cards!
* We also wanted to give crafters the option of creating a calendar so we provided them with monthly papers!
By using the calendar paper, you can also use all the of the "Designer Products" listed below to stamp days of the week, and numbers onto their calendar or add a die cut month to each page of their calendar. You can use stickers from the main kit to decorate the calendar (look for special "event" stickers you can place on days of the week.
If you're looking for more ways to dress up your calendar (or seasonal pages), try using the "Through the Year" die cut set. And finally, you can use the tabbed die cuts to create tabs in their calendar.
No matter what type of project you're working on, we've got you covered with this amazing collection! What project do you want to tackle first?
The holiday season is such an exciting and busy time of year! It always means plenty of shopping, baking, planning, getting together, and…card making! Since so much card making happens to occur during such a busy time of year I try to keep my card designs simple, and I try to use time-saving products whenever possible.
The decorative brads from the Home For The Holidays collection are just that--perfect ready-made embellishments that are easy to use and save time. These cards came together in minutes and the brads really add that something special.
I punched out some circles from blocks of patterned paper to create a negative space background for the brads. I combined different sizes and types of brads for a more eclectic feel, and I punched out some smaller circles from patterned paper to place behind some of them.
Here’s a little tip for working with brads: if you need to attach a brad directly to your card surface (like the “i” in my card sentiment), trim off the prongs with a wire cutter and adhere the brad head to the card with a glue dot. That way the prongs won’t show on the inside when you open the card.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this bit of holiday card inspiration. Are you planning on making some cards for the holidays?
Home For The Holidays Decorative Brads
Home For The Holidays 6x6 Paper Pad
Home For The Holidays Element Stickers
Home For The Holidays Alpha Stickers
Home For The Holidays Designer Stamps—Holiday Cheer
pigment ink pads
plain white cardstock
circle punches (1 ¼” & 1”)
Hi Echo Park fans! It’s Ashley, and I’m here today to share a little Christmas Cheer with you! And speaking of Christmas Cheer…that’s the exact collection from Echo Park that I used to create a quick and easy card!
This card may look like it took a lot of time to complete, but I actually finished it in less than 10 minutes! How, you might ask? Well, I used a variety of the awesome embellishments that come with the Christmas Cheer collection. Here’s a quick run down, of the different ones I used: Santa Decorative Tape, Chipboard Accents, Flair Buttons, Decorative Brads, Enamel Shapes and some of the fun stickers from the Alpha Stickers Sheet and the Element Stickers Sheet. You can’t go wrong, when all of the embellishments coordinate perfectly! And I love the depth of variety, that you can create with the Chipboard Accents and Flair Buttons giving a higher dimension and the stickers and washi tape, that add a flat element to your projects!
So now that you’re ready to get started on those Christmas cards for this year (it’s coming up fast), then check out the Christmas Cheer collection, as well as all of the coordinating embellishments. You can start a Christmas card assembly line, and have them finished in no time!
Hello Echo Park fans! Today I'm here to share a layout I made with the festive, new Christmas Cheer collection. Along with traditional holiday colors, Christmas Cheer features black and aqua accents, turning a traditional palette into a fresh contemporary one.
While creating my layout, I wanted to incorporate the Decorative Tapes in a fun way. I laid strips of the Holly Berries Decorative Tape across the tree sticker found on the Element Sticker sheet. I used an X-acto knife to trim off any excess tape so it followed the contours of the tree. Voila! Instant garland.
The Alpha Stickers allowed me to work my page title (A Festive Countdown to Christmas) right into words already printed on the Border Strips paper I used at the top of the page. I also added in sentiment and shaped stickers, along with Enamel Shapes.
When it comes time to scrapping your holiday photos or making holiday cards, be sure to check out the Christmas Cheer collection, as well as the coordinating Designer Stamps and Designer Dies.
Holiday Plaid 12x12 Paper
Festive Stripes 12x12 Paper
3x4 Cards 12x12 Paper
Border Strips 12x12 Paper
Holly Berries Decorative Tape