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Tuesday 22 March 2011

Scalloped shaped card

Yeah, I used my new distressing tool that I bought several months ago and have had fun with it on this card.

I printed the image on my computer via my Pazzles Inspiration and hand coloured the roses. Then I just added a button and the card just needed to be layered onto some digi papers that I had on my computer.

I am SEW pleased with the result (sorry for the pun) because I need to make about 24 of these cards (smaller in size) to make as gifts where I work in the next 2 weeks!

SEW, I better get on with them!

Saturday 12 March 2011

Shaped Shirt and Tie cards

For this months Design Team inspiration at The Cutting Cafe, Regina Easter, has asked us to use printable backgrounds. I love the monthly inspirations because I get to try out cutting files and printable stamps that I may have overlooked.

I tried to challenge myself to make a card for a man and came up with three!

I have used the SHIRT AND TIE SHAPED CARD which I have cut out on my Pazzles Inspiration.

I then looked through all The Cutting Cafe's background stamps and found the BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS....COLORED PRINTABLE STAMP SET which gave me the fun look I wanted for these cards for men.

Regina will be offering one lucky person on the 16th March the chance to win 3 sets so don't forget to head to THE CUTTING CAFE for heaps of inspiration by the Design Team using background printable stamps.

Sunday 6 March 2011

Flower Scalloped Shaped Card

This adorable stamp is from the It's about that time.....printable stamp set from The Cutting Cafe. I have played with the digi flower clock file and imported some digi background stamps I already had on my computer......I love a challenge and the chance to learn something new!

I was so pleased with the result. Everything was printed out on my colour printer. I then cut out the scalloped pink frame with my Pazzles Inspiration using the Colorful Clocks....printable stamp set.

Using this technique uses up a lot of computer memory but I like the result......printing all in one go!