Happy Birthday with Little Letters

This card is the most "normal" way people think to use the Little Letters Thinlits.  All you have to do is place the letter thinlits on your cardstock and cut out.  Then just adhere the letters to your project — simple.  Happy Birthday

For this card I also used the Stars & Heart Mask to sponge the stars on to the card front.  Once I inked up the sponge dauber you could "color" all the stars starting at the bottom — the higher up you went the light the color was.  Then we stamped the birthday image using the Age Awareness stamp set.  

BOO time is getting closer!!!

BOO — I know it's hard to believe that Halloween and fall are right around the corner but it will be here before we know it.  I helped my ladies start getting ready with this adorable BOO card.

Boo
We used the Little Letters Thinlits to cut the word BOO out of the Tangerine Tango cardstock (don't forget to save the orange inside of each letter so you can adhere them back in).  I adhered a strip of black cardstock behind the letter cutouts.  I put the orange letter insides on with glue dots.  The designer paper is from the adorable Motley Monsters DSP.  I love the little monsters on this paper but there are also some other great papers in the package.  I can't show you the whole package of DSP until Thursday when the Holiday Catalog goes live — YEAH, I can't wait.

 

Holly Berry Joy

Last night was my Big Shot of the Month Class.  This month I featured the Little Letter Thinlits.  Many of you wondered what to do with this Big Shot item. 

Joy Red Glitter

Here is the first sample that we made.  I found this idea on google (sorry, not sure who created it) — I did make a couple of changes to the original card.  I love the look of this Zig Zag embossing folder.  The red glitter cardstock helps to make this card pop.  We cut out the JOY using the Little Letter Thinlits — make sure you keep the center of the "O" so it really does look like an "O" and not just a big hole.  I used dimensionals to raise the white cardstock for a 3D look.  The Holly Berries are from a new stamp set "Holiday Invitation" which is in the Holiday Catalog.  WOOHOO, the Holiday Catalog starts this Thursday — only a few more days to wait.