Hi everyone! Isn’t this a neat die? love it and the fancy thanks too! I have several things to share with you today. I don’t mean to have long posts but it seems like it always turns out that way!
Here’s a video of the NEW poppystamps ‘poppy’ dies and Starlitstudio’s exclusive die!
Click on the gear to see in high definition… or the frame to see larger. Sorry about the blurry ‘fancy Merry Christmas’ die. I have not idea why! ugh.
I used the Perfect Layers Tools to cut the ⅛ inch border on each side of the main panel.
Linking my first card to the Festive Friday Challenge – inspiration photo
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes
Here’s the Birthday Stack die again…
I used the Embedded Die Cut technique I show in a video… pull down the video tab under the blog header.
Here’s the tags I show in the video…
and the NEW Vintage Merry Christmas and Celestial Star Border.
The NEW exclusive die for Starlitstudio.net is gorgeous! Horse Country and you can make it up for all four seasons!
Holler if you have any questions… ‘preciate you stopping by. Have a creative weekend!
Supplies I used to make these cards and tags…
16 thoughts on “NEW poppystamps dies, Video and Horse Country exclusive die…”
All the new dies are great. You do a wonderful job of showcasing the dies and makes us want to buy them. I really like the tags you made You are so talented.
Oh My Gosh!! I LOVE every single card!!! Wow on how different colors makes the presents totally different!!
WOW!!! My head is spinning from all the new stuff and my wish list has grown by a ton just watching this video & seeing these fantastic cards! Super cards & tags !!
The little tags are the cutest and I ordered the Merry Christmas yesterday! Lots of good ideas in your samples.
Darling cards and tags Pam! You beat me to it using Birthday Stack for Festive Friday. I love what you have done with that fun die. The polka dot BS is gorgeous! I have those tags and love the way you decorated them.
Don’t forget to vote 🙂 Now I am going to watch your video and I am sure I will learn a thing or two.
Oh my goodness! I keep scrolling up and down the page trying to decide which of these I love the most! It’s a toss up! They are all amazing! Love your neat embedding technique! I’m going to have to watch your video again to see if I can do it. Love what you did with the little tags too. I have those and now I’m inspired!
Gorgeous set of cards – I love that you’ve shown the versatility of that present die! So glad you joined us at Festive Friday!
Wow Pam. The new Poppy and Memory Box die’s and stamps are amazing! Great video…thank you for sharing them with us! I cannot pick a FAVE as they are all AWESOME! Your cards and tags are just fabulous!
Have a great weekend! P.S. My Husband’s eye surgery did not work!!! So bummin’!
Oh my…my mojo was MIA this a.m. Then….I came here! Wowza, girl – you rocked these new dies! As always, it’s pure bliss to come see what you’ve created – thanks for sharing!!!
Hey Pam! I have always loved red and tan and have always loved your creations! You always come up with very creative cards using die cuts.
The new dies are really fun for Christmas – love the presents especially and what you did with them, Pam! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!
FABULOUS use of these dies. SO creative and fun, and just a lot of inspiration here, so THANK YOU for sharing! I really enjoyed browsing through your blog, and I would LOVE to have you visit me when you get a chance.
Thanks for showing off all the goodies, I love the birthday boxes with the banner, such pretty papers, love that color!
Lovely cards! Love your paper pieced presents. Thanks for joining us over at Festive Friday! 🙂
Oh Pam they are all gorgeous!!!! I’m going to have to try that technique with the die cuts! 🙂 Nancee
Wow, what a fabulous selection of tags and cards, Pam … I’m so taken with the aqua and white gift stack … crisp, fresh and absolutely CAS … yum! Thanks so much for coming by my blog and leaving me some sweet words … it meant I could come here and explore … lovely! Anita 🙂