We celebrate International Mother Earth Day on Monday and we thought it would be fun to theme the DT REVEAL – earthday/ earth tone colours and beauty and nature ….. lots of fun options with this.
Our first reveal today is hosted by our April GDT Wendi… we have really enjoyed her creative projects this month. She shares Spring Flowers R so Pretty.
She used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to cut multi sized and layer for a great flower and also used Kreaxions Punch #906 for the borders.
This is what Lisa had to share with us Dusk at Sherwood.
I used the Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch #918 for my top border. I used the Kreaxions Star Template and traced onto my brown patterned paper, cut it out and punched the corners with Kreaxions 4 in 1 punch #310 to make my doily. I also punched another border with it.
Close up of the doily.
Close up of the border.
This is Charity's project… Snow Glaze:
I used the star template and inked the shape directly onto the paper. I also traced and cut the star template onto white cardstock, and then punched the points with Kreaxions 4 in 1 punch #919. The pieces are confetti from punch # 919.
Bev's up next with Forever:
Earthtones using My Minds Eye Kraft Funday with a pop of red. Used Kreaxions Punch #920 with no insert… made a split border and matted it with black cardstock to pop it also.
In this section where the split border is I added some fun paint daubs, rubons and washi tape.
The other corner with split border with all the same clustered accents except the fun pop of red… and quote.
Monica's up next with Thinking of You.
Used navy, browns and golds earth tones.
Used Kreaxions Punch #915 to make doily and the frame.
Ginni is up next with The Outdoors
I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to create the scalloped border on this page about my oldest stepson.
Once I applied the circular rub-on, I used the Kreaxions Circle Cutter to cut my mat and then used an edge distresser and ink to "rough" it up.
This is the youngest of two adorable nephews I have – I joined him on his SK Class trip to our local Apple Orchard! He LOVES to eat – so this trip was right up his alley – I think he must have had 3 or 4 apples! To create the rings, I used my wonderful Kreaxion's Circle Cutter! -Enjoy! Jazzie