In eBrush by Craftwell USA Teresa Collins Cut N Boss

Thank You Card with my eBrush

Happy Monday! Peggy here to show you my eBrushed Thank You Card!
Today's supplies include our sponsor this month Teresa Collins products. 

I started with a white cardstock base to which I added a piece of yellow cardstock that I ran through my Cut N Boss with Teresa Collins Honeycomb Project Dies.  I also used the same die to cut a piece of acetate that I added to the left side of my card base. 
My butterflies are created with another Teresa Collins Project Die called Today. 
I was looking to make some texture on the butterflies, so I decided to cut out the butterflies out of paper doilies. I cut each butterfly out three times. 
1- doily
1-paper
1- vellum
Each of the butterflies was eBrushed with my Craftwell USA eBrush and my yellow markers.
I concentrated mostly in the middle of the butterfly with my eBrush. The closer I used my brush the darker the color of yellow I achieved.  I raised my eBrush about 5-7 inches off my butterfly and the color was lighter and not as intense. 
I then eBrushed my honeycomb paper and concentrated on the edges and openings to create a shadow. Then I was ready to assemble. 
Each butterfly was glued in the center and stuck together in the order they were cut. I used liquid glue for the butterflies and double sided tape for the rest.  


I hope you enjoyed today's card!
I encourage you to check out the Craftwell USA website!
They have some fantastic new products! Check it out! Here
Have a great week!
Warmly, 
Peggy 

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Special 7th Birthday Card

Hello! Peggy here to show you my special 7th birthday card made with 
my eBrush by Craftwell USA and our sponsor Teresa Collins products. 


I used these dies to make my cut outs and I eBrushed my parts with yellow markers. 
I layered my pieces onto a card base. 
I used stickles to embellish and that was it! 
Super Cute right? 
I hope you enjoyed today's card brought to you by Craftwell USA

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In #Susan K Weckesser Bouquet Live Love Create

You're My Friend Card

Hello! Welcome Peggy here to show you my friendship card made exclusively with Susan K Weckesser paper line. I chose my background paper and cut it to the size of my cardbase. 
I used punches to make a lattice fence, butterfly and decorations for the house. I only needed two sheets of Susan's paper line as this fabulous paper is double sided.  I also accented with crystal lacquer and stickles.  I cut clouds and used a punch for the flower used as a sun. 
Today's Susan K Weckesser Supplies: 

Live, Love, Create paper found here: http://www.susankweckesser.com/product/livelovecreate/

I hope you have enjoyed today's friendship card and I encourage you to check out Susan's Products here: http://www.susankweckesser.com/shop/
Have a great day!

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In #Susan K Weckesser Bouquet Journal Doodles with a Heart Live Love Create Love ya Whole Bunches

A Valentine's Smootch

 Hello! Welcome!
Peggy here to show you my Valentine's Day card made exclusively with
Susan k Weckesser Inc. Stamps and Paper line.  

I layered my papers to fit a card base and taped them down with double sided tape. 
Stamps used today are colored with copic and tombow markers. 
Susan k Weckesser Inc. Stamps. 
Bouquet paper
I hope you enjoyed today's card!
Warmly,

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Altered Box

Good Morning, Peggy here!    Who knew a crown royal box could look so pretty!.. lol My husband received a huge bottle of alcohol for Christmas so, I stole  er um , recycled the box!  Here is my box turned gelato tray. Today I used my eBrush by Craftwell USA.
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Items I used: 
An empty box
 this one is a sturdy one.
eBrush
Markers
Sandpaper
Patterned cardstock
Double sided tape
fruit cup/recycled
Inks

I covered my box in patterned paper using double sided tape. Each side is a separate panel. I used Blue and Green alcohol markers in my eBrush and sprayed all edges of the box. I cut a hole that would fit my recycled fruit cup. Next I sprayed the edges of the hole to cover the rough edges.  I used sandpaper to make the edges smoother to the surface of the box.

I loved this paper so much I have been hoarding it for quite some time. So I decided to make something to sit on my desk and hold my gelato's and since it is still a working box I may make a drawer on one end. Perhaps in the near future. I also used some distress inks to cover the whites of the edges I could still see and to give it an aged look.

I plopped down the fruit cup that I colored the edges of  and whalla! pretty instant gratification.
Now I get to look at my pretty paper every day.


I hope you are having a terrific day! Come check out the eBrush by Craftwell USA


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