Sunday, January 28, 2018

Das doppelte Lottchen #177 & new CAS release!

Hello everyone,

Here we are with a new Lottie and Lisa - yay! Still January and my second blog post already - wow... (hehe, you guess, I am a busy bee...)

For those new on my blog:
Lottie and Lisa means Anni and I usually pick a stamp or stamp set or die that we both have (we nearly have the same taste!) and create a card with this product and another task.
For today I made a wish, and it is:


Paper Piecing

I guess we all experience those moments when we fall in love again with a technique that we used to love years ago. Paper Piecing is something I re-discovered for me, lately. I just love the look - patterns everywhere.
I decided to use some of the newest Create A Smile products - the new release came out last friday. You can check all the new products out and see some inspirational projects here. Let's get to my Lottie and Lisa card first :)

With the dies it was crystal clear that the theme would be ocean, so I created a background with my oxide inks (Peacock feathers, salty ocean, wilted violet). I paper pieced the vampire squid from Glowing Seaside / Strahlende Küste, die cut the "du" with the new "doppeltes du" cool cuts and added a small handwritten sentiment. The sentiment says "you are unique".

I also have some more cards to share with you, using the newly released products:

This coffee-themes card uses an older stamp set (just like coffee / so wie Kaffee) and an older die set (Stacked pierced banners) with two brand new products: The "Huge polka Dots" stencil and the "you twice" cool cuts.

Here's a super clean and simple card, using the unfrogettable / sei kein Frosch stamp set, the new postage edge circles cool cuts, the doppeltes hallo cool cuts and the Nur mal hallo sagen stamp set:

The last card is very clean and simple also, using the doppeltes du dies, the postage edge circle dies and the new Focal Dots stencil.

 I hope you enjoyed this little colorful gallery :)

Please hop over to see what Anni created for our Lottie and Lisa #177!

Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful sunday!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Christine,
    how did you so these outlines (?) to the Polka Dots on the second card? Looks like they were cut out somehow...?
    Regards, Britta


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