9/14/2020

H2H Challenge | Multi Dimensional Magic


This week I am hopping in as a Design Team member for the Heart 2 Heart Challenge ' Multi-Dimensional Magic (3D) Check out this cute little gift bag! 


9/09/2020

Why I Love Card sets!

Hey There! 

Welcome to my page! Today I am sharing an adorable card holder for a set of cards. 
Do you make, give or receive card sets? I love card sets as a gift so many reasons; they are handmade, they can be personalized, they can be made ahead of time, they can be given as a gift. 


This adorable holder is chunky and bulky! It holds three handmade cards. Ready to keep or gift! 


The front of the holder shows off the cut wishing you everything thin cut set. The balloons, banner and sentiment are stamped in intense black ink. The balloons are colored in with the amazing Tri-Blend markers. 
 

This Chunky, bulky card holder was taught this week in my DanYellScraps VIP Group on facebook. My group is open to non-CTMH consultants and USA residents. :) 

Thank you for stopping by! 
Danielle

9/07/2020

3 Thincuts Every Crafter Should Own

Hey there! 

Welcome to my page! This week I want to talk to you about 3 ThinCut dies that are a must have in every crafters stash. 

#1

A sentiment die with a base layer! Layers can make or break a layout or card. When you are able to shadow your sentiment, it stands out and really brings the attention the theme of the occasion. For example CTMH has a Thincut "Thanks" that comes with two dies. You can see in my example, I have made the sentiment pop against the rainbow of colors using neutral cardstock. 

#2

Nesting dies. A set of nesting dies is create to create dimension easily with a monochromatic or rainbow color theme. When you nest the dies together, add a bit of washi tape behind them. Cut all layers at once several times in as many colors as you have layers that will cut. For example below I used the Square ThinCuts, because it gave me 6 frames, I choose 6 colors. 



#3

Shaped Thincuts - shaped thin cuts offer more than just their shape. Use the star shaker cut window Thin Cut set to create a cute chevron design. Cut 2 or more colors several times. Cut the triangles off the stars and nest them together. You can also do this with the square or rectangle Thin Cuts. 





Thank you so much for stopping by!  I hope I have given you lots of inspiration and additional ways to use your Thin Cuts from CTMH. 

Want more inspiration? Join my VIP Group DanYellScraps on facebook, for FREE Classes each week. 
Open to non-CTMH consultants and residents of the U.S.A. 

Danielle! 


Wood You Rather | A Heart 2 heart challenge

If you {heart} Close To My Heart, then this challenge is for you!
Each Monday, a new challenge is posted, and Close To My Heart products are required to enter.
Don't have any CTMH products? Then beg, borrow, or BUY from our fabulous roster of Consultants!

Sponsored and created by Independent Consultants for Close To My Heart, all challenges will be posted on Monday mornings with the deadline to enter on the last day of the month or on the Saturday following the month's final challenge. All challenges close at midnight EST. (Each month, the final challenge date will be announced to help you play along. You have all month to play, so join us often!) You might even be in our Top 10!



Welcome to this week's Heart 2 Heart challenge!

We have something a little different for you this week - it's an inspiration challenge using wood or paper of wood, as I have done. 

You can take the theme, colors, design or another element from the photo below as inspiration for your project.

Let's take a look at what I've created for this challenge. 


Today's card was inspired by the woodgrain from the retired Timber paper collection! 

What will your inspiration be? 

*Our challenges are open to everyone!

*To enter, use the challenge of the week to inspire you and post your results to your personal blog or other online gallery.

*Be sure to the H2H blog and use a direct link* to your challenge post so we can see your artwork!

*In order to enter a challenge, you must use CTMH products but your project does not have to be 100% CTMH.

*If you use something from another company, please consider including details in your project's description.

* You MUST mention H2H challenges in your blog post (and a link back to H2H Blog would be appreciated).

*Spread the word about our challenge blog by including our badge on your blog.

*Most importantly, have fun creating - the Close To My Heart way!

Any entries not following the above rules are subject to having their link removed.

(*To direct link, please leave a link that takes us directly to your blog/gallery page that includes your challenge post - not to your blog home page. To do this, after you've published your post, click on the title. That URL in your browser window is the one that you want to copy & paste into Mr. Linky here.)