Monday, 11 March 2013

Die-cutting week - Jane

Hope you had a great weekend.
Spring is just around the corner, and I think Jane is longing for spring and she's so desperate for  flowers that she made her own bouquet out of paper. 
That's what this week will be all about. No, not flowers nor spring specifically, but die-cutting and all the different ways you can use die-cuts in your projects. 

We have a VERY wide range of dies at the Craft Barn (believe it or not, we have over 1300 to choose from!): Spellbinders, Sizzix (including Tim Holtz), Memory Box, Poppystamp, Marianne D, Cheery Lynn, Crafty Individuals, Go Kreate, and the very latest ones Crafts Too Cutting and Embossing stencils

Jane has chosen the Sizzix dies today for her beautiful bouquet. 
Here's how she made it. 

Everlasting flowers.......that don't need watering!!!!!
Use coloured card and patterned papers to make die-cut flowers

Stems are drinking straws and then wrapped with strips of green card. Add a few die-cut leaves.

Et voilĂ 

Jane used
Sizzix Framelits - Flowers#3
Sizzix - Tattered Leaves
or Mini Tattered Leaves for a smaller project
My Minds Eye 6x6" Paper Pad - Unforgettable

See you tomorrow


  1. What a cheerful bunch. Love the colours and the leaves are great. I am with you on the spring thing but we seem to be going the wrong way again!! Very cold but sunny today. Stay warm everyone.

  2. These are gorgeous! Such fabulous bright colours! xx

  3. Beautiful flowers to brighten a very cold snowy day here!



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