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February 27, 2014

Design Team: Debi Tullier Week 21 Cycle 8

I am so Happy! I love Hello, my name is!


One of things we love about Teresa Collins new 'Hello My Name Is' collection, is how gender neutral and classic it is! See the project Debi Tullier created today!

One of my favorite paper designers summed it all up with her new paper collection, “Hello My Name Is” I love the wonderful creativity it stirs in me! I love the pop-up card I made this week with her collection this week!




This is the outside view of my card! I used Teresa Collins stickers to produce the Happy as well as the sentiment, Thankful for This.

I used my Spellbinders Edgeabilities to make my edges. I love using my eBosser!

The Metal piece is a find from the Dollar Store, I used one of the stickers found in the Teresa Collins collection. I love the Happy circle and was delighted to see it fit in the Metal embellishment I used. I also used her “Thankful for This” sticker to add to my card.
Now when the card is open it thrills me!



I used my Sizzix pop-up die to create the base for my pop-ups. I used a flower steel ruled die to cut the flower loops. I am so delighted that my husband and grandchildren pop-up to greet!

You can see the wonderful sentiment assortment that I used on my card.



I trimmed my paper to fit my die, so I would not waste any of my beloved collection!


The die cut the paper out so beautifully, it also had the fold lines neatly pressed into the paper! Very easy to make my folds!

I also used one of Teresa Collins embossing folders made especially for the eBosser.  The one I used is called, Twill Herringbone. I love it. I also used a Playcolor Metallic Tempera paint stick to highlight the stripes.



I love this collection and encourage you to try one of Teresa Collins collections. This one is 
so much fun!

Have a wonderful week!

Debi

Thanks Debi! 

See more of Debi's projects on her blog here: 
http://fabric-ecraft.blogspot.com/

What do you think of Debi's project? Isn't it nice to have a collection where you can make it a bit more masculine for the wonderful men in your life?

2 comments :

  1. I love this! Great Picture and Tutorial! Thank you for sharing!

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