Saturday, March 03, 2012

It's Like A Bald Man Finding A Comb In The Street

Recently I bought a Silhouette Cameo
Saved up and bought it
I’ve never bought a scrappy item this expensive
But have been totally inspired by what I have seen others make
and totally excited by the possibilities
I’ve been ‘cutting’ a few things
I made a few big tags
and used it on this page, inspired by the March Kraft It Up challenge

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the challenge is
to use 1 piece of kraft cardstock
2 photos
a three word title (enter the silhouette cut tag)

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4 pieces of pattern paper

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2 of which are behind the Scrapmatts cupcake leftover
and the other 2 are on my journal tag

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and the last piece of the challenge is 5 embellishments
I used twine, chipboard, journal tag, title tag and a die cut (the red and kraft strip from My Minds Eye)

So many silhouette ideas, so little time!

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6 comments:

  1. Love the way you use lefovers - very thrifty scrapping!

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  2. Another fabulous LO. Love your style.

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  3. Love your work!!!!!!!!!! Wanna see more cutting magic :-)) xxx ps hope ya feelin better??

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  4. Congrats on the Cameo purchase!! Am hearing A LOT about them at the moment so I cant wait to see some more things that you create with it!!

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  5. Love your interpretation of the challenge. I hope your Mum had a great birthday too. Thanks for playing along a KIU. Cheers Di x

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  6. like your simplicity and the negetive looks great on your layout too....thanks for playing along at KIU

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