Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Divinity Designs Blessings Box

Hi Crafty Friends, 

Today I am sharing three more cards using stamps, dies and papers from the Divinity Designs April 2022 Blessings Box. 

For my first card today I have a Z Fold Card using Divinity Designs Z Fold Card with Layers die set.

I used patterned paper from the Sunset Skies Slimline Sized Paper Pad to add the layers to each of the various panels.

I decorated each of the panels using the Beach Silhouettes die set, die cutting each of the images from black cardstock.

I used three of the sentiments from the Mahola Stamp set to add to my card.

I die cut the "No Worries!" sentiment using one of the sentiment strips from the Sentiment Strips die set. The larger sentiment on the last panel is die cut using the Double Stitched Circles and Circles die sets.

The sentiment on the front panel is die cut using one of the pennants from the Double Stitched Pennants die set. 

I added more images to the panels using the Beach Silhouettes die set. The palm tree of the right panel is ahead behind the one on the front panel so it can only be seen when you open the card. This meant I had to use the back side of the die for this particular image 

For my second card, I created a square card using the Square Card Base with Layer die set. I added the Tropical Leaf Square Background die which I die cut from green cardstock. I layered this over a square panel of patterned paper using the Tropical Brights Paper Pad.

I used the Aloha sentiment which I added to the top left corner of the card.

For my final card I create a A2 Card using the A2 Card Base with Layer die set.

The inspiration for the colours used on this card was a background of a message I saw on Facebook recently. I loved the look so tried to replicate it on my card.
I used the Monstera Layering Combo die set to die cut the layered dies in various colours and layered them up. 

I white embossed the birthday sentiment to the lower right hand corner of my card using one of the sentiments included in the Mahola stamp set.

1 comment:

Karen Aicken said...

Nice cards, of course I like the trifold one the best. :-)