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Tiny Woods Cute Cards

February 15, 2012

Good morning, Pearl, Leanne and Debbie will be with you today to share their wonderful creations. They are are showing you cards made using the Tiny Woods range of papers and embellishments. Such a sweet range!

“Lets Celebrate” by Leanne Love

Materials used: Tiny Woods Elm  (P793), Paper pad (PP862), Collectables (CT707).  Other: Cardstock

Leanne says:  “I had so much fun putting this card together.  I can not begin to tell you how much I love the little animals in this collection.  They are so cute.”

“Dream On” Card by Pearl Lui


Materials Used: Kaisercraft Tiny Woods Sycamore (front & back)
Other: Copics

Pearl says: “I was absolutely set on using the “Sycamore” pattern paper in one of my projects this week because I loved the pattern. I wasn’t sure why I was so drawn to it but then it hit me, it reminded me of a fish or mermaid’s tail. Here I created a card encouraging people to always dream on and tying that to the vision of an enchanting mermaid. To give the illusion of a mermaid’s tail, I drew hearts in the shape and shading of scales. But are they hearts or are they scales? I decided to get a little artsy and try a little impressionism on the card. One of my favorite techniques with pattern papers is deconstructing the pattern and shape it into something else. Give it a try!”

‘You Are So Sweet’ by:  Debbie Marcinkiewicz

Kaisercraft Materials List:  Tiny Woods 6 1/2″ Paper Pad (PP862); Silly Season Jewels (RS424); Paper Tags & Shapes – White (EM923); Wooden Flourishes – Apple Tree (FL396); Wooden Flourishes – Apple (FL397); Paper Blooms – Iceberg (F630).

Other supplies:  paper doilie, baker’s twine, markers, jingle bells, leaves, cardstock.

Debbie says:  “Oh my goodness … how adorable are these sweet papers and whimsical embellishments.  This collection is full of fun-filled goodness that will make all your creations pop with color and enjoyment!”

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