Tuesday, November 20, 2007

                   
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Cuttlebug Challenge

I finally stamped, can you believe it?! I signed up recently for a Cuttlebug Challenge in one of my Yahoo groups. You make a card and send it to someone and someone else makes you a card. They kind of move around in a circle. This challenge was to use your Cuttlebug, or any other type of die cutter/embosser you have, so I decided that would be a good challenge for me (as mine does tend to collect dust!).

This card is 5x7 (card stock cut 7x10 and scored at 5" on the 10" side), and it had a matching envelope that I embossed as well. I used the Cuttlebug Snowflakes embosser. All of the patterned paper pieces are embossed, but it's a little hard to see in the photo. The next photo shows the little tags when you pull them out of the pockets. I used mostly Certainly Celery, Sage Shadow, Always Artichoke, Confetti White, Wintergreen Designer Series Paper and Season of Joy stamp set. Feel free to email me or post any particular questions.


Okay, I'm off to school, running late! It's the last day before Thanksgiving break, give me strength!! I don't know who's more excited...the kids or me! Who am I kidding...it's me!

8 comments:

Jenn D said...

This is so pretty. I love the colors, dsp and everything about it. You certainly haven't lost your groove.

Donna said...

this is great! I love the multiple textures with the DS paper CB'd

Theresa said...

I love this paper. Got some ordered with the SU special this month. Thanks for the inspiration!
http://stampingwiththeresa.blogspot.com

Kim said...

Great project! I keep looking at the Cuttlebug, it looks so fun! Hope you have a fun swap!

mj albright said...

Angie, I sooo love this. What a great idea. Thanks for the inspiration.
Workin' on any artisan entries over the break???

AJ said...

yea~ don't you love the time away!!
Glad you could play, great card!! I have neglected my poor cuttlebug...maybe I should dust it off!!

JenMarie said...

Beautiful!! Love the CB'd DP!!!

Cindy said...

Oh Wow!! What a GREAT set, Angie!!