Friday, August 4, 2017

Stampin' Up! Fussy Cutting edges

A lovely finish to a card is a boarder of fussy cutting.  This post showcases the technique where the edge of the card stock is stamped and then fussy cut to produce a very striking card!

A Crafty Cat - Stampin' Up! Daisy Delight
In Berry Burst, Stampin' Up! new hot pink in colour, 
A Crafty Cat: Stampin' Up! Daisy Delight

and Tranquil Tide below, the cards are simply created by stamping and fussy cutting the mat that is adhered to the coloured base card. The stamping is colour coordinated with the ink and Designer Series Paper. The sentiment "thank you" is from the Daisy Delight set (143669)
A Crafty Cat - Stampin' Up! Butterfly Basics
A Crafty Cat: Stampin' Up! Butterfly Basics
You can choose any stamp for this layout - above I used the butterfly from Butterfly Basics (137154) and masked to over lap the butterflies, then die cut the detailed butterfly to add depth to the card.

A Crafty Cat - Stampin' Up! Daisy Delight
Back to Daisy Delight - just a gorgeous little flower that can be transformed into any aster with consideration of colour, petal shape and petal density.  I AM having a lot of fun with this bundle (145361) 

A Crafty Cat: Stampin' Up! Flower Shop
If you live in Australia and want to shop with me, I'd love to serve you!  You can shop online with me or contact me and I will serve you personally.  If you live on the Darling Downs, I'd love to have a cuppa with you.  Know you are always welcome!  Hmmm thinking snow flakes and dancing Santa.......stay posted to see what I get up to next!

Yours in paper craft,

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