Thursday, January 25, 2018

A die-cut grid

It's taken five months for a new post.... but I have been inspired with a die-cut I found which really suits the style I love.
 As I am now the owner of a cuttlebug, it opens a new dimension of crafting.


I am so pleased to be using up some more papers from the everlasting pile. Actually my pile always get used in one way or another.


This is the second one and I used the diecut the other way around. In total there are four ways to use it... and I die-cut it on an old sheet of paper from a Nature Book. So not only can I use bits and pieces of loose paper, I don't even have to use card-stock for the template.



This is another combination, using a Bible verse.


For those who have asked, this is the diecut and I bought it from WISH in China.

Jacqueline

10 comments:

  1. just love this one and so suited to using up the scraps. what die is it? I need this!

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    1. Hi Dee, have edited the post so you can see what it looks like.

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  2. So good to see you posting again! I really like the design of these cards, I have to say though, that the first one if my favorite...(since PINK is my favorite color...smile) Yes, the cuttlebug does open a whole new world doesn't it!

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    1. Thank you, Jill! Love to you and Jim!

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  3. What a versitile die Jacquiline - what brand it is? Love your cards and the soft colour palettes you have used
    Blessings
    Maxine

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    1. Thanks, Maxine, so kind to leave feedback! I have edited the post so that you can see what the die-cut looks like if you want to look for it. It comes from 'Wish' an on-line store in China. Very good price for the quality, I believe it was just two euros with an euro shipping. It took two weeks to get here but I don't mind, seeing the price!

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    2. Thank you Jacqueline - I may just have to go and shop :-)
      Blessings
      Maxine

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    3. Hmmm, shopping completed and bank accound dented.... :-)

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  4. Wonderful! Beautiful and creative cards, dear Jacqueline! So great to see your creations!

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Thanks so much for your visit!

Mix and match and added sewing

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