Friday, April 3, 2015

Quietfire Design Die-ing for Spring Blog Hop- Hello, Believe, Thanks and New Stamps too!

Welcome to the Quietfire Design Die-ing for Spring Blog Hop
Be sure to read all the way down for the Hop Schedule and
how to Enter for Prizes!
Even tho the Cameo digital cutter has stolen my heart, I remember my first loves, and manual die cutting will always have a place in my heart, especially now that
Quietfire Design is creating dies that cut, emboss and stencil!


  • Color heavy weight card stock, 110 Neenah Solar White Classic Crest
  • Apply Scrapbook Adhesives Adhesive sheet to colored side.
  • Die cut Hello Die
  • Carefully remove the die keeping the cut in the negative space and remove adhesive cover paper.
  • Cover the die cut with translucent glitter and burnish.
  • Die cut a second Hello out of fun foam and adhere to the glitter cut for dimension.
Inside
New Quietfire stamp set
Thanks, Cuddlers, set of seven

Then have fun and embellish to your hearts content!

My second card is a 15 minute wonder, clean and simple!
is cut from a soda can! and popped up with dimensional glue dots.

Inside
another new stamp!

My out takes, colored with alcohol ink.
Tomorrow is another day!



Here is our Blog Hop Schedule and the dates each designer will be posting (Click on each person's name to go to their blog):

March 30 - Kathy Jo and Yogi
March 31 - Wanda 
April 2 - Diana and Teresa
April 1 - Sherry and Suzanne
April 3 - Yvonne and Robyn(you are here!)



For a chance to win a Quietfire rubber stamp or die
 (Don’t be shy!) 
leave a comment below before midnight Sunday April 5th, 2015
 A winner will be randomly chosen from my list of comments and the winner's name will be posted on Quietfire Creations shortly afterwards.
 If you haven't done so already, go back and leave comments on all the designers Die-ing For Spring blog posts!

All comments and questions welcomed!

Good Luck!





77 comments:

  1. Robyn - both cards are beautiful and your out takes are so cool!! I look forward to seeing what you make with them!

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  2. Great card ideas! Never thought to make a colorful sentiment before. They are lovely!

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  3. WOW! LOVE both of these beautiful cards! LOVE the sparkaliscious Hello on the first one and the silver soda can Believe is a genius idea! Your preview for tomorrow has me anxiously awaiting the reveal off what you create with them! See you then!

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  4. Wowie...love your happy cards!!!! Such an inspiration!

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  5. I love them all ! I can't get over how amazing that tin can die cut is!

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  6. Love these cards! Amazing color on the Hello die and it's perfect with the added translucent glitter! That soda can die cut is gorgeous! The possibilities are endless with these dies! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  7. Those cards are gorgeous!!! How creative and original on both of them but that soda can die cut is just stinking fabulous!!!! Love them! Blessings!!

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  8. Love the use of the color variation on the lettering. Using foam underneath is a great new idea instead of the small dots Beautiful cards.

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  9. Wow, you should made some beauties! I love the use of soda cans and the alsohol ink really makes them pop. Great cards and loving all these dies!

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  10. Wow, these cut through soda cans? Great! Love what you've made with them, tfs.

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  11. So quick and easy yet so gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your know-how with us! It has been a fantastic hop just packed with lovely projects and inspiration. Happy Easter to all!

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  12. Absolutely GORGEOUS cards ,Robyn! Love the colors and what you have done with the dies! Loving the cuddlers to go with them!!! Beautiful job!!!!!

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  13. Awesome cards! Really love the Hello card and I love the colors of your out takes, I will have to check back to see what you do with them. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Really lovely cards they are a work of art, Well Done )

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  15. Beautiful cards! These word dies are amazing!

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  16. These are beautiful cards, I love the colors and what you have done with the dies.

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  17. oh. wow the first one is so delicate and femine looking. very cool.

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  18. Love both your cards how creative using the soda pop can love the look of the alcohol ink die cuts too . Tks. for the inspiration

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  19. DELIGHTFUL cards Robyn - they're BEAUTIFUL, inside & out!!!
    They cut soda cans? HOW COOL!!! I think your "out takes" are EXCITING, I've not used alcohol inks before, so you have introduced me to two techniques to try!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

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  20. Very cool! Love the outtakes too! So colorful. Thanks for showing us the inside and outside.

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  21. Beautiful cards. Especially love the believe one.

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  22. very nice Robyn. Love the use of the foam die cut for dimension. Those alcohol inked words are beautiful. Have a great day

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  23. They're both lovely! Especially love the lace frame background and those raindrops on the inside are fab! Even love your out-takes! : )

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  24. Thanks for sharing your cards and ideas, especially the diecut from a pop can -- such a great look.

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  25. Such creativity. Amazing to know you can cut the words fron a soda can. Gives us more options.

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  26. Such creativity. Amazing to know you can cut the words fron a soda can. Gives us more options.

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  27. love the vintage appeal to yourCAS cards!

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  28. I like the simplicity of the cards with using just one word such as Believe. Thank-you.

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  29. Great cards :) I sure enjoy the blog hops and all the creativity of all you girls! It's amazing how many diverse ways there are to use the Quietfire stamps and dies :)

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  30. I love all the ideas you come up with, thanks for sharing your creativity! The cards are amazing. :)

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  31. Love that rainbow card!! All of theme are gorgeous but that is my favorite :) Thanks for sharing with all of us !

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  32. These are all beautiful! Love the one cut from a can. I'll have to try that! The rainbow glittered one is very special too!

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  33. Beautiful cards. I like the multi colored, sparkly Hello and touches of gold on the first one.

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  34. Very pretty, the mixed colors on the words are very pretty. Great thinking outside of the box.

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  35. Oooh, those dies look so beautiful with the multi-colored technique! Just gorgeous!

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  36. These cards definitely won my heart. Love the lace and glitter effect, what an eye popper! Great raindrop background for a wonderful sentiment stamp, and a gorgeous sampling of tin can and alcohol technique on the metal die cuts.

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  37. Wow what a way to end the blog hop! These are all gorgeous!

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  38. Love the glitter card. Just beautiful. I have always been afraid to cut pop cans but you have inspired me. The card looks wonderful!

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  39. These cards are so pretty!
    Love the lace die cut and
    using the pop can is a
    great idea.
    Carla from Utah

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  40. Both of these cards are beautiful. Who would have believed a soda can can make such a wonderful die cut!

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  41. I love the first card with the varigated sentiment. The second is so pretty with all of the lace.
    Even your out-takes are great. They will come in handy someday.
    thanks for sharing.
    Happy Easter

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  42. Really lovely cards! Love the colors!

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  43. your cards are beautiful. I am so glad Quietfire is making dies. Die cuts have a particular appearance that electronic cutters can't duplicate.

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  44. Very pretty! I especially like the second one!

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  45. Beautiful cards! I really love the rainbow colored Hello with that pretty glitter!

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  46. These cards are gorgeous! I love the Hello card with the rainbow colours. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  47. I didn't know you could cut from a soda can. What a great idea and look! Thanks.

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  48. How beautiful that die cut word looks when you use a rainbow of colors!

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  49. I have learned so much from this blog hop. And it so with your blog. I love the Die cut from the can ( got to try that) and I love the glittered die cut as well. I was wondering how you did such a clean blending of colours. Thank you so much for your fabulous cards.

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  50. Love the different papers used to die cut the words out of. The cards are gorgeous. Beautiful work.

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  51. ja just need clean and simple from time to time. Beautiful.

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  52. I love the bright and beautiful glittered die cuts. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  53. Lovely cards! I like the lace detail in your first card. I also like the out takes, too!

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  54. Beautiful cards Robyn! I even love the outtakes! Great job.

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  55. love the mixture of colours. This is great inspiration for me to try different things. Thank you

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  56. Love your creativity and colors :)
    Norma N.

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  57. STUNNING cards with the colorful backgrounds!!! Great designs with these beautiful dies!!!

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  58. Love the colourful Hello!! Gorgeous cards!!

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  59. Both of these cards are outstanding. I love all the detail and layering. The inking is also a very good idea

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  60. The rainbow hello - fantastic. Looks like sugar coated candy..yummy. The believe is majestic cut in the silver metallic paper.
    I'm so inspired!

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  61. I love the rainbow hello, awesome.

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  62. Both cards are so lovely but I really love the rainbow colored hello you created. Well done :)

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  63. Great glittery hello and the second card is deceivingly simple! But OH JOY, I had no idea Suzanne carries the 110 # Solar White Neenah. Squeeee.... Have been looking for a supplier! Yay!

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  64. Stunning cards! My Thanks and Hello dies just arrived Thursday, with the long weekend, I haven't had a chance to play yet, that's going to change in the next day or two :) Love the alcohol inks on the metal die cuts too :D

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  65. Your work and your website are so inspiring! Thank you!
    Mary

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  66. So gorgeous, Robyn. I love your A-inked "Hello"--what pretty colors. That believe card is so pretty! Fantastico!!!

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  67. Last but certainly not least. Love your originality.

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  68. I love the new word lies. Beautiful cards!

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  69. Totally wonderful design work..allllllll those cool colors....love the look of the new dies!!! TFS and for a chance to win!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  70. What a great idea to cut the word out then recut with the adhesive you are truly a genius!!!! Love these die cuts more and more. thank you

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  71. Wow, wow and wow! The cards are just stunning! Thank you for the inspiration you have given us! Love the pretty colors! :-)

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  72. Wow, wow and wow! The cards are just stunning! Thank you for the inspiration you have given us! Love the pretty colors! :-)

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  73. So pretty! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  74. Wonderful cards, Robyn!!! I love that multi-colored Hello!!!

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