Card Making

Cute Cards with Tiny Woods!

February 1, 2012

Hello everyone and welcome to our Wednesday post with Tiny Woods. Today we are inspiring you with cards to help spark some creativity for someone special!

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“Owl Card” by Hilde Janbroers


Kaisercraft Materials; Tiny Woods Paper Pad (PP862), Clear Stamps (CS815), Layered Chipboard (CB136), Mini Paper Blooms Coconut (F644), Paper Blooms Terracotta (F635), Rhinestones Black (SB777), Tiny Woods Specialty Paper (PS193)

Other Materials; Kraft Cardstock, Stazon Ink

Hilde Says:

” You only need to have the paper pad to create dozens of cards! These paper pads are simply amazing since you don’t only find papers in them, but also lots of die cuts! Great to use on cards!!

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‘Hello’ card by Michelle Frisby

Materials used : CB136 layered chipboard, RB956 rub ons, MA507 mini alphas – forest green, PP862 paper pad, P792 Pine, P791 Cypress, P790 Oak, P794 Cedar, raw tags

 Extras : cardstock, embroidery thread, ink, dies, twine

Michelle says:

“ I’ve used Kraft cardstock as my base, I’ve layered the front of my card similar to my layout even down to the hand stitching. On the inside of my card I’ve made a little pocket and put a little tag on it with the recipient’s name [which I haven’t shown you, sorry!]. I’ve embellished a little on the next side of the card for my handwritten message and on the back of my card  I’ve used three wee rub ons using the trees and owl … too cute.

Happy creating everyone”

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“Set of Cards” by Svetlana Austin

Materials used: Tiny Woods Collection – Clear Stamps/CS815; Paper Pad/PP862; Collectables/CT707; Rub ons – Tiny Woods/RB956, Happy Birthday/RB838; Mini Alpha Stickers – Cherry Red/MA508, Black & White/MA501, White & Black/MA502.

Other: carton box, card stock, black pen, ink, button.

Svetlana says:

“I like the Tiny Woods clear stamps so much that I wanted to create something that would feature all these sweet pictures. I came up with the idea of making cards for kids. Your child can color the stamped images and give a card for his or her friend for their birthday. I decorated a box for this set of cards. I added some markers and voila! – now I have a little cute gift.”

Enjoy your crafting!

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1 Comment

  • Reply AdrianaB February 1, 2012 at 9:48 am

    so adorable :)

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