Sunday, 4 June 2017

Tutti Designs - Chapel

Hello, my friends!

It's Monday, and I'm back with a new Tutti Designs share!

This time I had some fun with the new "Chapel" die,
which you can find HERE.

I love to play with these symmetrical dies,
and see what I can come up with.
You might remember my Nativity Bell Ornament post HERE
This time I created a fun wedding place card holder. 

Here it is: 

Here's how I did it.

I began by cutting the die out of white cardstock - four times.
Can you see how it's nicely the same on both sides?

When all four were cut out, I scored them right down the center.
I did not score through the cross at the top of the chapel.

Next I adhered two chapels together,
leaving the steeple free of glue.
I repeated this with the other two chapels.
So I had two pieces like this:

I adhered those two pieces together,
and stood it up like this:

Isn't that fun?
I cut a strip of lavender cardstock, punched the corners,
inked the edges, and wrote "The Bride" on it.
Finally, I added a little sparkly ribbon bow.
Wouldn't these look nice at each place setting at a wedding?
Well...maybe just at the head table, 
if you have a really big wedding! lol
They're very quick and easy to put together!
Hope you like them and try it for yourself! :o)

Other Materials Used:
Papers: Cardstock - White, Lavender;
Punch: WRMK Corner Chomper - Deco;
Ribbon: Celebrate It. 

Tutti Designs Die Used:

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I'll be back next week with a new project.
In the meantime, here are all the links you'll need:


Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

What a fun little project! Love how you created this Nancy! Very cute and definitely makes a nice place card holder!
Have a wonderful day!


Such a gorgeous project, Nancy. Love so so so much.

Donna Phelan said...

WOW! That's amazing and so creative! I love the 3D look and how you created this beauty! Fantastic!

Eek Eek said...

Really lovely idea :) I've got a large batch of favours/place names to make and I wish I had thought of this! :)

Annabel - Knitty Kitty Digis

Daffodil Cards said...

You make this look so easy Nancy, a wonderful piece to put centre stage, Love it.