Friday, July 11, 2014

Top Dog Dies Alphabet Die-Cuts

It's hard to believe that it's already Friday again - but it's time for my weekly Top Dog Dies post.  The weeks have been getting away from me, and time has been slipping right through my fingers, or so it seems.  Ever since the day I learned that my Dad went to be with the Lord, and having this flood of emotions going through my mind - combined with travel, arrangements, family and more......time just seems to be floating past me much too quickly.  I'm hoping that things will slow down a bit soon, and that I can catch up on everything now that I'm home again.  But for now, my head is still "spinning" so to speak.  Thanks for being patient, loving and kind with and to me as I go through this difficult time.  It's been so nice to have your support, and I've received some of the nicest cards from you - my crafty friends.  Thank you for the love and support you've shown.  I'm also SUPER grateful for the amazing companies' Design Teams I create for, and for their patience, support, and understanding as I've been away and dealing with my Dad's estate, etc.  I could have never gotten through it all without the wonderful support of my Design Teams and the companies they represent for being SO supportive.   I'm SO very blessed.
This week for my Top Dog Dies post, I wanted to share a project that I created using the ADORABLE new Top Dog Dies Vintage Alphabet Die and I am absolutely IN LOVE with this sweet die set.  I've been creating all kinds of projects using this MUST HAVE alphabet set.  In my picture above, you will see that I added a personalized touch to a little girl's Birthday card by adding her name to this simple card by using this Vintage Alphabet Die Set from Top Dog Dies.  You can easily add a name to a card, a title to a scrapbook cover, or a word or phrase on a card or page.  The possibilities are endless with this amazing new set.   It looks like this:
                                         
I made this card with Crate Paper Oh Darling supplies, some May Arts ribbon, and machine stitching.  To see other Top Dog Dies inspiration, please visit the Top Dog Dies Blog.  Thanks so much for visiting me today.   I always appreciate visits and comments, and I will do by very best to stop by your blog to say hello to you as well.

Have a wonderful week!
Hugs,
Karen

5 comments:

  1. Hello, Karen,
    Thank you so much for visiting me! I truly appreciate your encouragement. I enjoyed my visit today and I see you have been so busy and creative. I love all the layers of patterns and prints and the stitching! Lovely! Hugs, peggy

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  2. I'm ooooing and ohhhhhhhhhhhhhing! Totally adorable Karen!

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  3. Beautiful card. I have 5 birthday cards to make in July (for grandchildren) so this really caught my eye. What a lovely die set. And cute paper.

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  4. mais que c'est chou, totalement adorable cette touche vintage et cette ambiance enfantine, biz

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  5. What little girl would not like a card with pretty flowers and clothes on it? Brilliant card and artful presentation.

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