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3 Products 3 Ways DT-Shanna Slater Hula Hello Rosie Sentiment Die You Are My Sunshine Paper Pack


     Hello and welcome everyone! This is Shanna from Caffeinated Craftiness with another 3 products 3ways feature post!  Every month I will be showcasing there different products, in three different ways, on the third of each month!  3-3-3! For my August trio here are my products:

      The products all went together SO well, I had a lot of fun creating these cards! The Rosie Sentiment die set is a super versatile set that is LOADED with dies!  There are even dies that create a paper rose!  I had to watch Tammy Lee's YouTube live replay to see how to put it together, but after that it was a breeze. Take a peek at my favorite rose I made while crafting these:

     My projects today feature a mini-slimline, a traditional A-2 card, and a shaped scallop card all using the same trio of products.  Let's get crafty!
     First up is the shaped scallop card with a fun feature---hot foil!!  Did you know you can hot foil with ANY die?? Not just hot foil plates!  I used the decorative border die in the Rosie Sentiments die set to hot foil onto the teal paper from the Hello Sunshine Designer Paper pack--and then die cut it out with the largest scalloped die!!  Such a fun way to add some sparkly interest to a card--and stretch your supplies!  
     My scene was die cut with the small rectangle die from the orange (partial die cut) and beach accessories paper!  I hot foiled the smile sentiment onto the orange as well.  My images were all colored with Copic markers and then cut out.  I adhered them to the panel using foam tape for extra dimension.
     My second project is a fun mini-slimline card (3"x6") That I have a lot of elements all pulled together.  I started by using the decorative edge die from Rosie Sentiments and die cut the edge of a 3"x6" piece of white cardstock.  Next I used the larger scallop outline die to die cut scraps of black and the yellow from You are my Sunshine paper pack to create my solid border to match the decorative edge!  I then filled the rest of my card with the wavy plaid from the paper pack to build out my base card panel.  
     My focal cluster includes the pineapple from the Hula Hello digital stamp set, a paper flower and die cut hello from the Rosie Sentiment dies, and a banner cut from a scrap of that fun wavy plaid paper!  I adhered the banner, hello, and flower all with glue directly tot he panel, but chose to pop up the pineapple for added dimension.  Final touches were some yellow dew drop embellishments from my stash in the center of the flower and scattered around my focal cluster!
     My last project is my idea of clean and simple.  I struggle with white space, so my solution is to add LOTS of color and interest in layers behind the white!!  (yeah--I know that isn't CAS by definition--but it's as close as I tend to get!!). I printed the hula dancer girl and sentiment on the same panel and die cut it out with the smallest rectangle die from the Rosie Sentiments die.  I layered the teardrop pattern paper with a strip of orange that I diecut with the Scallop die and mounted those onto a standard top fold A-2 card base.  I matted my colored panel onto a piece of the yellow paper from You are my Sunshine and then adhered it in the center of my card.  Final touch was the addition of a small paper flower made from the Rosie dies to the hair of my sweet dancer girl!
     I love stretching my supplies and getting the most I can out of them!  Don't you?!?  If you have any suggestions on what you would like to see me create with text month, let me know below!!


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