Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Introducing Petite Places...

Are you ready for something super cute?  Betsy has another little addition to the Petite Places line.  A church!  I have 2 projects to share today using the new dies.

This first one is a mason jar project that would be great for any occasion.

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I cut the church out of white card stock and kept it white.  I used the new tree dies to pop up a couple of trees, as well.  

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I sprinkled some of the green filler and then added in some flower sequins.  I tied a Sweet Blush bow and then added in a little banner take with the sentiment.  And of course, I filled that jar with chocolate!  :)

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Next, I used the dies for a focal point on a CAS card.

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I die cut the 5 pieces...a white scalloped base, a Spring Rain cloud layer and 2 tree layers out of Simply Chartreuse.  Last, I added in the little white church with some Lemon Tart peaking through the windows.  I used one of the banners from the Double Ended Banner dies and made a little pop up sentiment.  The sentiment is also from Petite Places: Church.  I used a light gray ink for this and couldn't get the best photograph, but in person the light color looks great.  

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I know the rest of the DT have some amazing things to share.  Stop by their blogs and say hi!  Thanks for stopping in!


25 comments:

  1. I am so excited about these! LOVE the church die! Great projects, Laurie!

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  2. Oh how absolutely over the top beautiful these are!!! You've got me singing again, Laurie... "goin' to the chapel and we're gonna get may-ay-air-eed... " Can I get a little harmony here?
    =] Michele
    =] harmony

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  3. Wow, amazing projects today! I absolutely love your layered card, such a perfect card for the happy couple!

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  4. I love how you've used the dies for a card instead of a snow globe! Really lovely!

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  5. You really did an amazing job showcasing these dies, Laurie. I need them all now after seeing your "simple" versions.

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  6. These are wonderful! I am loving these new dies, so many great little scenes to make!

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  7. How fun is this sweet little church - Love your wedding card and candy jar dome!

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  8. Beautiful! I love your card!! What a beautiful scene!

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  9. Oh, Laurie! The white church is perfectly understated elegance and the card is gorgeous as well. Just fantastic projects.

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  10. Well done! I am loving that tree die so much. I think it is my favorite of all the new circle dies.

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  11. I knew you would do something fabulous!

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  12. Very elegant with the silver kisses and the white church...

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  13. Love your card. Very clean and great colors. Love how you layered the backgrounds.

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  14. Laurie, perfection in the wedding dept.! Love the depth you created in miniature! And so sweet to see the 'light' in the windows!

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  15. Hi Laurie,

    Your project are so cute and dainty and marvelous!

    Cariños,
    María Alba

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  16. Fabulous work, Laurie, as always. Love your attention to detail on both the dome & the card!

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  17. Both the card and the topper are gorgeous!!!!

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  18. Card is gorgeous, but the jar topper is BRILLIANT!!! Love it and will be using it for many gifts! :-) Thanks for the great idea!! Hugs, H in Healdsburg

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  19. Laurie, these BOTH are my FAVORITE of the release ... you totally knocked it out of the park with your mason jar project and the dreamy card. Love, love, love!!! The snow globes were cute, but I wasn't sure I'd use them. Your idea to put them on top of a mason jar totally sold me!! Brilliant. And your card with the solid soft colors + white ... so classy!!!!

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  20. Please tell me where we can buy the Petite Places dies? They are fabulous!!!!!

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