Iris Uy was amazed at how the Memory Box die Catalina Wreath produced such a delicate and intricate cut! The wreaths were originally designed for a Christmas theme but it still went perfectly well with this everyday layout of her two girls. She die-cut three wreaths and used it as a background and base for her photos and hand-cut elements.
Iris created this page using the brand new Webster's Line "Composition and Color" by Allison Kreft. The hot air balloon and clouds dies from Memory Box really completed this page for Iris. The dies really came in handy when Iris tried to come up with embellishments for her layout.
To add more definition to the die-cuts, she outlined the shapes with a coloured pencil and then used dimensional paint to create small dots on the hot air balloons and the clouds.
Jane trimmed the Row of Trees die-cut so she would have just one trunk with branches, this enable her to make a smaller card. She used both of the cloud dies with shades of green paper she had lying around and use them as the tree tops.
Jane die-cut the trees from the wood panel side of the Yesterday paper then used the clouds again as the tree tops. The largest cloud die was cut twice from the chapter paper and used as mountains, a cute little banner was added to one of the trunks for the sentiment, simple but cute!
Isabel Ocliasa is a paper crafter and an entrepreneur specializing in the production and distribution of hand crafted items. As the owner of "The Yellow Violet House", she is often on the look out for quality dies. Memory Box dies is definitely one of her favorite brands. Here she shows us how one can create an elegant and beautiful card using a tree die. Thank you for sharing this beautiful card with us Isabel!
Deborah Nolan from the Memory Box design team created this beautiful card. She has combined the Classic Pear die with the Embellished Pear die. We love how she has mounted it onto woodgrain cardstock created by the Sizzix/Tim Holtz woodgrain embossing die as well!