Friday, 13 November 2015

Friday Die Day

Hello friends
This Friday Die Day I'm featuring Pinecones.
This is a two piece die set and the approximate sizes are:

 Pinecone Large: 2.05 x 2.05 inches
Pinecone Small: 1.55 x 1.55 inches
This is how they look cut/embossed.

I've chosen to use the pokey tool end of my Tool n' One,
starting at the outer edge rolling them - a little like Spiral and Bitty Blossoms. 
An aerial view of rolling!
Rolled and about to be stuck to the base.
I then chose to spritz them lightly with some bronze glimmer mist.
My card base, some scrap patterned paper,
berries from Stylized Flowers and a stamped sentiment.
My pinecones now added - it is possible to stretch these out more for
longer cones if you wish - I quite liked the cute diddy ones!
Added my favourite leaves of the moment!
Some close up pics.
Hoping to add these little pinecones to a festive wreath project I keep 
thinking about - let's hope I get to that before Christmas!
Pinecones are available on the website here
and those Stylized Flowers with gorgeous leaves can be found here.
This weekend I am going to be at The Artistic Stamper in Faversham,
it's my mini tree workshop and I've heard it is sold out so that's
wonderful news.
Also Faversham is not too far away from me - makes a change to
be quite local - I may even have a roast dinner on Sunday!
Take care friends.


  1. Hello Christine
    I have been awake since silly O'clock, so got up at 5 for a cup of Tea !
    Thats a clever way to make Pinecones ! So pretty too!
    Lets hope you get a roast on Sunday!
    Take care
    Love Marg

  2. Hi Christine
    Love your card, sometimes less is more
    Pat x

  3. Hi Christine
    Great card those pine cones are really lifelike ,loving your background papers too.
    Have a great weekend .
    Elaine H X

  4. Lovely dies set and card Christine. These will look fabulous on the Christmas tree xx hazel

  5. Hi Christine. I'm glad that you enjoyed the NEC, even though it was very tiring for you, thanks for sharing the wonderful knitted tree and house.
    Your tsgs and cards this week are all lovely, I must say that the acorns and oak leaves are my favourite, Nick did a great job with the colouring. The pine cones are so sweet too.
    Congratulations to all of the wrapper winners, so much variety and lots of inspiration for me : )
    By the way, you can't share too many Christmas cards, tags and projects for me. I love them.all : )
    I hope you do manage to get a home cooked Sunday dinner, enjoy your weekend. I hope your Mum is feeling better. Take care xx

  6. Hi Christine, love the pine cones so pretty. love Jean Z xx

  7. Morning Christine, I love, love, love, these diddy pinecones, they look gorgeous on your beautiful card.
    Good luck for your workshop, no wonder it is sold out, the lucky peeps will be taking home a masterpiece.
    Have a good weekend.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

  8. Morning Christine
    I love your card today, the pine cones are so cute, and look really good amongst the leaves and berries!
    Wishing you a good crafty day tomorrow, good to hear it's less travelling for you this weekend.
    Janice X

  9. Lovely card & those pine cones look great.


  10. Morning Christine,
    A great die, makes for a cute pine cone. Hope you have a good day in Faversham.

  11. Hi Christine,
    Really like today's card,the pine cones are lovely.
    Have a good day. Take care....

  12. Hi Christina,
    What a pretty card and I love the clever little pinecones. A nice easy way of making them.
    Thanks for sharing with us and have a great weekend.
    Bejay x

  13. Gorgeous card and fabulous die! Enjoy your Sunday roast xxx

  14. Hello Christine
    Gorgeous card today. The pine cones die is fab.
    Safe journey tomorrow.

  15. Lovely card and those pine cones are very cute Like you've said they'd look lovely on a wreath....hope you get the time to make one enjoy your workshop and don't work too hard