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Blue Fern Studios and Tres Jolie Kit Club You Tube Hop

Hello crafty friends, Blue Fern Studios  and Tres Jolie kits have partnered up and are having 
a You Tube video hop.

All team members have created a project with the Blue Fern Christmas Cheer collection.
I've created these two tags:



They are very sparkley.





For more inspiration please visit all members on the  hop.

Gayle Agostinelli:


Kim Heard


Crystal Johnson (CJ Corner Scraps)


Michelle Danders


Janie Hooper


Tiffany Guenther


Susan Bossiere


Henriette van Mierlo


For the YouTube hop, make sure you watch each video, thumbs it up, and comment for a chance to win a prize from Tres Jolie Kit Club and Blue Fern Studios. You have until December 20th to complete the hop.

Good luck and thanks for stopping by.

Hugs, Henriëtte.

Tunnel box for Crafteezee

Hello, I've made another tunnel box card (here is the blogpost to  the one I've made last year).




I used Scrapboys papers "Dream Garden" and decorate the box with foamiran flowers,
die cuts and cut outs from the paperpad.



More info on the Crafteezee blog.


Hugs, Henriette


Reindeer Christmas card for Amazing Paper Grace

Hello crafty friends, today I'm sharing my last project as the November guest designer for 
This time I used three different die sets designed by Becca Feeken to create 
this Christmas card.  

The vignette in the center is the reindeer prance layered etched die .




This set has 3 dies and together they create a magical three-dimensional holiday scene.

The paperpad I used is from Lemoncraft - Christmas Greetings.
The center panel has a piece of ribbon glued on the edge.
For the vignette I die cut the pieces using different patterned papers from the
Lemoncraft papers.




The flowers I made from red and green foamiran and the Becca Feeken poinsettia dies.
With this set of six dies you can create dimensional poinsettia's in different sizes.

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The sentiment and the holly leaves are from the holly jolly christmas die set.




I also added a few rhinestones on the holly leaves and a twine bow 
with two little Christmas bells.





This was my last blogpost as guest designer for Amazing Paper Grace.
I want to thank Becca Feeken for giving me the opportunity to work with her amazing dies 
and the warm welcome she and her team gave me.



Check out the Amazing Paper Grace blog for more beautiful inspirations.

More Becca Feeken designed dies can be found in the Spellbinders shop:

Thanks so much for visiting!

Hugs, Henriëtte.



Wintery card folio for Crafteezee

Hello, today I'm sharing this card folio made with 
Scrapboys papers "Cotton Winter" on the Crafteezee blog.
Scrapboys is a new paper supplier and their first releases are very promising.








More info on the Crafteezee blog.

Hugs, Henriette


Three cards with one die for Amazing Paper Grace

Hello and welcome to my blog.

I was asked to be November's guest designer for Amazing Paper Grace 
Becca Feeken has sent me beautiful dies to work with and today
 I'm sharing 3 cards created with the fabulous Candlewick pocket die.




This die set has four dies which includes an intricate design pocket and
 3 different sizes of flower dies.




The paper I used for all cards is from Scrapmir called Family Tree.

For my first card I die cut two pieces of the pocket and layered the pieces slightly offset.
I glued the pocket in the left lower corner and place another card panel in the pocket




For my second card I created a white pocket using the die and filled it with 
lots of fussy cut flowers and leaves. 
I also added two butterflies for even more dimension.









On the third card I placed two pockets on each side of the cardbase. In this way it makes a kind of envelope.  It can hold a gift card, a little note or a tag, as I did.
 I embellished the card with flowers made from the blossom dies in the set.





I hope I've shown you the possibilities using  just one die.





More Becca Feeken designed dies can be found in the Spellbinders shop:


Need more inspiration? Please visit the Amazing Paper Grace blog here:



Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs, Henriëtte.