Showing posts with label die cut. Show all posts
Showing posts with label die cut. Show all posts

Monday, September 15, 2014

INKLING: Lifestyle Crafts Embossed & Die Cut Recipe Cards

Lifestyle Crafts Embossed Recipe Cards - homework (7)I’m trying to be organized this year and get ahead with some unique and handmade gift ideas for the holidays. I thought these letterpress and die cut recipe cards using my Lifestyle Crafts Evolution would be perfect.


Wednesday, July 16, 2014

INKLING: A Colorful DIY Herb Pot

Lifestyle Crafts Herb Pot via homework - carolynshomework (11)The hardest part about being on the Lifestyle Crafts Studio Design Team is deciding what to make. Not because I can’t think of something but because there are so many goodies to share with you. This month, I made something super easy but still fun and cheerful.


Friday, May 2, 2014

INKLING: National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop & Giveaway

Mother's Day Cake Flags via homework | carolynshomework.comUh oh… guess what day it is? It’s National Scrapbook Day. Did you know? I didn’t either but luckily I’m part of the Lifestyle Crafts Studio Design Team and they keep me up to date on all these things. Once I found out, I couldn’t wait to celebrate and what better way then participating in a blog hop.


Thursday, March 13, 2014

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

INKLING: Lifestyle Crafts Wood Labels {& A Giveaway}

Lifestyle Crafts Wood Labels via homework | www.carolynshomework.comDie Cut, Letterpress, Emboss… oh my! I’m super excited to share this with you. I’m on the Lifestyle Crafts Home and Organization Studio Design Team. I have a giant love of paper and paper crafting and have been wanting to challenge myself by making more detailed and intricate paper projects.

I’ll be slowly learning how to use the Lifestyle Crafts tools and I can’t wait to share all my projects with you. I hope you’ll enjoy learning how to die cut, letterpress and emboss with me. Look for projects specific to Lifestyle Crafts and We R Memory Keepers once or twice a month.

I also have a fun giveaway to celebrate this new venture. Details are at the bottom of the post.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Show and Tell: die cut moving cards

 
I love die cut cards - especially since I don’t personally have a die cut machine. So when I saw these cards, I couldn’t wait to share them.

My friend Maria created these cards when her daughter moved out of state to start her first job as a teacher. Each die cut house is mounted onto card stock and tied with light blue cotton floss. The color scheme is carried out on the envelopes with micro dots and a light blue scroll around the address area.

These cards are so perfect for the occasion and you can tell they
were made with love and a mother’s pride! 
Thanks for sharing Maria.