Transformation Tuesday

Rebecca’s Transformation Tuesday | Joy

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My original card is only from a couple of weeks ago, but it has quickly become one of my favorites.  I love the easy design of it and the Season of Joy wreath is both beautiful and in-season all year long.  I made the other card with autumn in mind, so I decided to make a Christmas card, being that Season of Joy is an intended holiday stamp set.  I used traditional Christmas colors and made a few small additions to dress it up a bit more.  Get the full scoop by heading over to my blog






Rebecca’s Transformation Tuesday | Happy Halloween

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“It seems funny to think that the original card, with its pretty pastel leaves against a light background, would make for a spooky Halloween card, but it really does!  The way the Lovely Leaves die cuts and Fall For Foliage border frame the center of the card, it’s like peering into a window.  When the background is black, covered in a spiderweb, and the leaves have turned to a late autumn rusty orange color, it’s more like looking into a window in a haunted house!”






Melissa’s Transformation Tuesday | Blessed Card

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“I transformed my original Christmas card into an Autumn card using the same basic sketch, but swapping out sunflower dies from the Simply Sweet:  Blessed die collection for the poinsettia dies found in the Tag Creations:  Modern Gift die collection.  These are so simple to use and don’t even require a stamp set.  I die cut my sunflowers from watercolor cardstock and sponged on color in varying shades of yellow.  After spritzing them with water and allowing them to dry, I layered them together, placed them on my card, and added a few embellishments.  I’m excited to try this with other floral sets from Ink to Paper.”



Rebecca’s Transformation Tuesday | Make a Wish Card

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“My original card was just what I had in mind when I designed the Frame it Out: Wishes stamp set.  That is, a quick and easy style to create.  It’s simple, minimal, and the perfect candidate for a fun makeover with a lot more detail and a much bolder color palette!  I’ve only made a few changes, yet the resulting card is almost completely different than the original.”




Michelle’s Transformation Tuesday | Thank You Card

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“I love each Transformation Tuesday post because it provides a chance to revisit a past project, which in this case was a project from the very first Ink to Paper release of May 2019! While my original card used dies exclusively (with the exception of the Just Sentiments: Tags ‘hello beautiful’ stamp), this new card incorporates cooler, more fall-like, colors (PrairieGrass/Pinefeather/Blueberry Sky/Enchanted Evening) and a plethora of stamped and die cut florals and greenery to create the free form wreath. The petite banner from Banner Builder: Basics and the crisp, clean ‘thank you’ sentiment are the finishing touches.”




Laurie’s Transformation Tuesday | Thanks Card

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“Transformation Tuesday is usually about remaking a project that didn’t turn out as well as originally planned.  This time, I decided to use one of my favorite cards as inspiration to create.  I adore the bright rainbow colors of the Be Happy card as well as the lovely flowers.  I used both the color combo as well as the You Are My Happy stamp set on my new card.  Stop by my blog to read about the other changes as well as some tips for adding glitter to die cuts!”

Kelly’s Transformation Tuesday | Make A Wish Card

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“I always love the Transformation Tuesday post because it gives me a chance to revisit a past project; in this case my card from the latest release using Dandelion Wishes. While I liked my card “okay”, I found it very hard to photograph and it felt washed out. I also used a heavy hand with the Nuvo drops, which were super fun to add, but in the end I felt I’d gone overboard. Head to my blog to find out how I made the two NEW designs!”