The February TCP Tuesday challenge to use patterned paper on a project is ongoing until the end of the month. Use any amount of patterned paper you like. TCP products are not required but encouraged. Remember, there is a $50 gift voucher up for grabs.
Monday, February 15, 2021
Friday, February 12, 2021
I wanted to give the three other ladies in my Discipleship Essentials guad a small Valentine gift for being so willing to be vulnerable and speaking their truths, good or bad. I found some sweet sock cupcakes on Etsy which was the kind of thing I was looking for. Sometimes you don't know what you want until you see it.
I started out by using the largest die from The Greetery Heart Leaf Posy Pocket die to cut the heart shaped leaves from white cardstock. I then used the smaller die to cut inside hearts from red and pink cardstock, placing them inside so they peaked out at the top. I closed them up with a bit of glue at the bottom and foam dimensionals inside to give them a puffy look. I cut the flowers from white, red and pink cardstock using dies from The Greetery BotaniCuts Forget-Me-Nots. Before attaching the dies I stamped the partial sentiment from the Reverse Confetti Huggable set using pure poppy ink. I punched holes in each leave to make it a hanging tag, added one of the forget-me-nots pieces around the hole, and threaded divine twine through it.
Monday, February 1, 2021
The February TCP Tuesday challenge is to use patterned paper on a project. Use a little, use a lot, either way is fine. TCP products are not required but encouraged. You have until the end of the month to submit a project and there is a $50 gift voucher up for grabs.
Here are the details for the TCP Challenge: