Tuesday, April 30, 2013


This was going to be a Mother's Day card, but I decided to use this round rub-on sentiment that I had in my stash!!! I used the lucious Petallics papers for this card, it is sized to use with the matching envelope, the actual card is 6x6.

The background is embossed and I used Spellbinder's dies to make all of the blooms and leaves. All except the tiny yellow centers which is a small Paper Shaper punch.

Here you see the rose, and I used seed beads and Glossy Accents in the center. The yellow ones have Bronze stickles in the center.

Here you see the sunflower and little pink bloom. Also a piece of the leaves and title. The little tiny pink blooms are so pretty up close!!!

Here you see more of the leaves and you can see that I used pop dots for dimension on the title. I also used my Zig pen to "faux stitch" around the borders.

WorldWin products used:
Petallics Sky Pilot
Petallics Coral Pink
Petallics Gold Ore
Petallics Beargrass
Vellum (laser print)

Spellbinders products used:
Rose Creations die
Foliage Two die
Jewel Flowers & Flourishes die

Friday, April 26, 2013

Need a Little Sunshine?

Katrina here with a little sunshine for you!  We have had some crazy weather and a bright cheery card is just what I needed to make to perk me up!

I used the Petallics collection again and I just cannot get enough of the beauty of it.  Such a soft shimmer and feel.  

On the sentiment, I did use the Pearlescent Paper in Swirl.  It is also the paper that is behind my clouds. As soon as I saw it's texture, I knew I wanted to use clouds on my project!  And I used an American Crafts/Dear Lizzy roller stamp to stamp my sentiment.  The Pearlescent Paper took it perfect and roller stamps can be a little tricky to get them to stamp correctly!

I used the Petallics Paper in Spring Larch for my base and then for my die cut layout I used Autumn Hay.

The Petallics and also the Pearlescents are wonderful to make simple elegant cards for any occasion.  Or in my case, no occassion at all!

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!

Katrina Hunt

WorldWin Cardstock:  Petallics (Autumn Hay and Spring Larch)  Pearlescents (Swirl)

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sweet Friend

Hello, it is Gloria here and it's my day to post 

It is a challenge to me to try to make a card with little or no printed paper. But I am a brave, so I keep trying! {wink}

I embossed a sheet of Petallics Wine Cup cardstock with an embossing folder for my background. Look how amazing the embossing is! I embossed Beargrass Petallics with another folder and cut it out with a circle die. 

Notice that the embossing is a bit flat on the circle. That is because I embossed first, then ran the paper through the machine again to cut the circle. I should have cut the circle first. I stamped the sentiment on a scrap of the Beargrass Petallics.  My card base and circle mats are made from Treasures Pitch Black cardstock.  

I hope you have a chance to check out all that WorldWin Papers has to offer!

WorldWin Cardstock: 
Petallics: Beargrass, Wine Cup
Treasures: Pitch Black
Original ColorMates: Heritage White

Stamps: The Greeting Farm Miss Anya, Inspired by Stamping Creative Tags
Designer paper: Teresa Collins Every Day Moments
Embossing Folders: Couture Creations Encaustic, Craft Concepts Celine
Ink: Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Markers
Dies: Spellbinders Standard Circles Small and Large, Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Mini Tag
Adhesive: Scotch 3M tape, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Nothing But Blue Skies

Hi, it's Gini. I love creating monotone cards with lots of texture - there is just something quite elegant about the look.  This card really shows off the great color gradation that is available with WorldWin Cardstock.  I used four different neutral shades, and they blend so well.

WorldWin Cardstock:
Anna Griffin/ProvoCraft Embossing Folder
Want2Scrap Pearls

Friday, April 12, 2013

Hello Spring and Enjoy The Now

Hi, it's Katrina here.  I am one of the new design team members for WorldWin and I am so excited to share my projects today with you.

My first project is a shaped card made with the Petallics collection.  The first time I used the Petallics cardstock I fell in love with it.  The sheen and just the elegance of it made me swoon!

I love how the Gold Ore and Petal Pink colors go together.  I decided to emboss  the flower layers and leave the leaves just as they were.  I wanted my flower to stand out more than the leaves.  Spring Larch is a great soft green color.

I used the Autumn Hay color for my card base.  
The top layer is the Beargrass color that I embossed. 

Next up, I have a layout using the Colormates cardstock.  Both the Petallics and the Colormates cut wonderfully in any die cutting machine.  I happened to used my Cameo for both these projects.

I used the Medium Coffee Brown, which is a great kraft color, for my background.  Then I used White for my center strip and to stamp on.

I love how the Colormates cardstock stamps also.  I used a chalk ink to stamp.  The chalk ink gave more of a distressed look, which is what I was going for.

Here you can see how cleanly the Colormates cut in my Cameo.  I just layered some pattern paper behind my openings to break it up some. 

Thanks for stopping by today.  I can't wait to share more projects and inspiration here on the blog for you!

Supplies for Card: 
Petallics in Autumn Hay, Beargrass, Gold Ore, Petal Pink, Spring Larch

Other Supplies:  Paper Bakery Flair (Oh Happy Day), Doodlebug Designs Letter Stickers, Bella Blvd. Washi Tape, Scotch and 3L Scrapbook Adhesives, Silhouette Cameo, Provo Craft and Lifestyle Crafts Embossing Folders, Cuttlebug

Supplies for Layout:
Colormates in Medium Coffee Brown and White

Other Supplies: GCD Studios Nostalgia paper collection and chipboard letters, Paper Bakery Flair (You've Been Geotagged), Laina Lamb Designs Stamps (Right This Way), American Crafts Thickers, October Afternoon Letter Stickers, Wilton Doily, May Arts jute twine, Silhouette Cameo, Scotch and 3L Scrapbook Adhesives, Prima Chalk Ink

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Best of Luck!

Good morning, WorldWin Fans! It's Gloria with you today. We are coming to the season of graduations here in the US. My own daughter will graduate from high school in June. It is nice to have a supply of cards on hand for those congratulations wishes.

I created this card for a man or boy, either for a birthday or a graduation.  

I embossed the Petalllics Black Ore cardstock with an embossing folder. The Petallics line is great to work with. The cardstock is heavy weight and the shimmer is amazing. The Black Ore reminds me of granite or mica. 

I used Original ColorMates Light Berry Red for my card base and Heritage White for my stamped image.

I used Petallics Silver as a mat and also for my stamped sentiment. Both the Siver and Black Ore are part of the WorldWin Card and Stationary line (8 1/2 x 11 inch cardstock with matching envelopes).

I have a few extra cards to share today. I used some WorldWin Cardstock for a few of my other design teams and wanted to share the cards with you here!

I embossed Original ColorMates Heritage White and used ColorMates Deep and Medium Lovely Lilac for a card base and mats. The embossing is perfect! 

I also wanted to share this next card to show you how well WorldWin Cardstock cuts with thin die templates!

I used ColorMates Light Coffee Brown for the card base and Heritage White for the stamped sentiment. I used Treasures Deep Brown textured cardstock for the mats.

I hope you have a chance to check out all that WorldWin has to offer! Visit me at my blog for information about the "bonus" cards! Scraps of Life

Gloria Stengel

Supply List for Best of Luck Card:

WorldWin Cardstock: 
Petallics: Silver, Black Ore
Original ColorMates: Heritage White, Light Berry Red

Stamps: Stampers Anonymous Mini Blueprints 4, Inkadinkado Greetings 2
Embossing Folders: Sizzix Retro Circles
Ink: Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black,Clearsnap Colorbox Fluid Chalk Peach Pastel, Yellow Cadmium
Dies: Spellbinders Framed Tags 1
Brad: Idea-ology
Adhesive: Scotch 3M tape, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L foam squares

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Today's Beautiful Moments

Do you ever see a piece of paper, and just want to keep holding it, because it is so beautiful? That's how I feel about the WorldWin Petallics.  They are the most elegant papers ever!  The beautiful colors are so shimmery due to the mica-infused coating.  I wanted to create a card that really played up these characteristics, so I thought dry embossing would do the trick.

On this side view, you can see the shimmer a little better.  And look how gorgeous this paper accepts stamping and heat embossing. This  is a 5x 7" card - and the really great thing, is that WorldWin has matching envelopes in 5 different sizes in the Autumn Hay ( and  12 other Petallic colors).

WorldWin Papers
Metallic Foil Gold 
Hampton Art Stamps
Words or Whatever Chipboard
May Arts Ribbon
Wow Embossing Powder
Anna Griffin Embossing Folder