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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Shaped Cards - Day 4


Welcome to Day 4 of our Shaped Card Inspiration.

We hope that you've been inspired by the cards this past week to try something different.

TIP:

  • If you don't any kind of die-cutting machine you could always use a pre-cut die-cut image and trace it onto some cardstock. 
  • Then flip the image over (creating a mirrored image) and trace again. 
  • Make sure that when you flip the image over that the top or side edge lines up with the 1st image that you traced (this will be your FOLD line). 
  • When you cut the image out you will not cut on the FOLD line.

Let's see what creative cards we have to share with you today.



For this card I used the Outdoor Adventure collection, as the warm colors of this collection were just perfect for the card I had in mind. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the shape of this card. Actually, I cut the shape twice (one mirrored) and stitched them together. So on the back of the card there's lots of space to write your message.


Supplies: Imaginisce (Outdoor Adventure: patterned paper). Tools: Silhouette Cameo and shape design (sunset) by Loni Stevens, sentiment design by Samantha Walker.
 


I loved this fun challenge!  I made a fun birthday card in the shape of a camera.  I used my Silhouette to cut out the shape and then I got to use all sorts of fun papers from Imaginisce.  I used papers from  the Childhood Memories and Good Dog collections.  I love how well the two collections work together.  



supply list
cardstock- bazzill
paper- Imaginisce (Childhood Memories and Good Dog)
Stamps- The Alley Way Stamps
ink- Hero Arts
brads-  unknown



Please join us again tomorrow for our final day of Shaped Cards.

3 comments:

{VICKI} said...

OMG!
yall have outdone yourself today
can't wait to see what's in store for tomorrow

Delama Starling said...

I like them both. Great job!! :-)

ionabunny said...

The camera is just so lovely. What a great idea. Maybe a photo inside would be perfect.....

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