Welcome to the August 2017 Pals Blog Hop. Thank you so much for joining us today. This month we’re going to “Cut It Out”. Participants will feature projects with “cuts” from punches, dies, Framelits, Edgelits, or Thinlits.
Whether you’re just starting the hop, or have come from a previous Pal’s blog, you’ll find the line-up toward the end of my post to help you move along.
The die used to make the township silhouette will be in the Holiday catalog which will debut next month. This will be the first of many Christmas cards that I will make for my loved one’s this Christmas, my favorite time of year. To give the yellow illumination in the windows and doors, I used my Aqua Painters with a little bit of Daffodil Delight ink and barely dabbed it on the cardstock. It doesn’t have to be perfect and messy is even better. =) Our Fine Tip glue is perfect for the miniature cut-outs, especially the edges of the roof tops.
The moon is not perfectly round and I used a Basic Gray and Daffodil Delight very lightly to give it a kind of dirty look. I stamped it off to the side to remove a little bit of the ink. Santa and his reindeer are from the Hearts Come Home stamp set, which will also debut next month in the Holiday catalog. The Stamp-A-Ma-Jig came in so handy when stamping Santa and his Reindeer.
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My card was made for a friend that is retiring after a 20-year military career. He had planned on taking some time off to travel and do whatever he wanted. However, his skill set is highly sought after and employers are already enticing him with possible employment offers. What to do, what to do! LOL
What makes card-making unique? Everything and nothing at the same time. Its like this, card-making is an individual design, even when designing a card for a design team. You are given a sketch and it’s up to you what you want to do with it. Each card is personal and custom to individual taste. It hold the same meaning as the beauty that is in the eye of the beholder. Play the Stamp Ink Paper sketch challenge here.
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- Make it personal. Many will think that the upside Typset DSP is upside down. But is it really? Or am I making a point to the person who the card will be given to? The red diagonal lines brings attention to the words, “Job Printing”. So, yes it was purposely placed upside. Go on make your cards personalized regardless of what anybody thinks. =)
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