Heffy Doodle Release 5 Blog Hop- Two for one cardmaking!

Hello Heffy Doodlers! And welcome to another wonderful release by Heffy Doodle Stamps. Our fifth release is full of crafty goodness and it’s just in time for your holiday projects too, so make sure to check it out! You should have arrived here from amazing Franci’s blog and your next stop will be lovely Jessica ‘s blog. But before you move on, please remember to leave me some crafty love on the comments below by 11:59 PM PST on 22nd October 2018. A random winner will be selected to win a £50 gift certificate to the Heffy Doodle store. The winner will be announced on the Heffy Doodle blog on 24th October 2018.

For today’s project I’m bringing you some two-in-one cardmaking inspiration with what is probably my favourite item of this new release: our Metric Stitched Rectangles Dies (EU Size). I’m certain this is going to be a total hit among card-makers in Europe, as it is the first of its kind. The standard card size in the US is A2 (the equivalent of a letter-size paper folded in half twice). In Europe we tend to use A4-size paper instead of letter-size, and the largest rectangle in this die set is the equivalent of an A4-sized paper folded in half twice, which makes our standard A6 European card size! As if that wasn’t enough, this set has stitching on both sides of the cut line, giving you beautiful stitching detail on your positive and negative pieces.

To create this card I used the second largest rectangle in the set to cut out a window from my teal card base. I then adhered a piece of acetate behind that window for a very special effect. After that, I used the positive pieces cut out with all the smaller rectangles in the set and adhered them one on top of the other on the inside of my card, behind my acetate window. The smallest piece, however, I glued on top of the acetate for that extra umph! The little birdie and the sentiment are from our very popular release four set called “Wingman” which I’m sure you all know by now.

My second card project for this blog hop is a birthday card which was very quick and easy to create, as I did so using the little frame pieces which I had left when cutting out the rectangles for my previous project. The “happy” and “birthday” Heffy Cuts dies are also from our latest release and they are sure to be a versatile addition to your collection, since they can be paired up with our new “winter” and “wishes” Heffy Cuts dies for a bunch of different sentiment combos (happy birthday, birthday wishes, happy winter, winter wishes, winter birhtday wishes, etc.).

So that’s it from me for today. I leave you with one last photo to wrap up this post. Please remember to tag us on social media when you put your new release goodies to good use, as we love to see what you create and often find inspiration in your work too! Until next time… happy hopping! Next stop: Jessica’s blog.

24 thoughts on “Heffy Doodle Release 5 Blog Hop- Two for one cardmaking!

  1. I love that floating sentiment! Also (and this is totally irrelevant), I’m so impressed with how clear your acetate is. No matter how many times I clean mine, I always manage to find a fingerprint in the final picture. Thanks for sharing these great cards with us.

  2. What a fantastic set of cards ! Very creative ! Thanks for sharing ! Love, Marjorie
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

  3. Fun cards! I love the brightness of the colors! I also really love your matching colorful bird too! Very sweet!

  4. Love a two-fer.
    The colors are fantastic.
    Great combination.
    thanks for sharing
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  5. Fabulous cards! Love the vibrant colors and graphic designs. The layered sentiments and acetate on the first card is so clever and fun.

  6. What a clever and fun way to use these dies! You had me when I saw all those wonderful bright colours together, for some reason I’ve been trying out some pastels lately but my true love is with the brights lol.

  7. I like how you used it all up. I try to do the same thing—-at the same time. Otherwise it goes to waste because it gets wrinkled…nice job!

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