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Old 11-16-2009, 02:02 AM   #1
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Default TLC247 Cutting "Outside the Box" {11/16/09)

Hi everyone. I hope you're ready to cut outside the lines today. This technique works great when you have an image that you want to extend past the edge of the frame you want to use. Whether it's a flower, a tree, or in my case today, a turkey, using Nestabilities, or Coluzzels, you can create interest and drama to your projects.

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I have created a PDF file with pictures showing you the process of achieving this look. If you don't have a PDF reader, you can download a free one by CLICKING HERE.

When you open the PDF file, along side each picture you will see little yellow boxes that looks like a sticky note. Click on these sticky notes to see my instructions and if you have questions, just post them and I'll do my best to answer them. Once you see how easy this technique is, you'll be cutting "Outside the Box" all the time!

To view my sample, CLICK HERE.

To view the gallery of all the project using this TLC, CLICK HERE.

And - remember to include the keyword TLC247 (no spaces) when you upload your project.
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Old 11-16-2009, 02:12 AM   #2
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ohhh This looks like fun...and I'm fisrt...which never happens...hopefully I'll be able to make something today!!
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Thank you, Lynn! It's a "gobblicious" technique ... or so your darlin' turkey would say! Must play for sure!
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I love this technique. In fact, I just did it on a card I made the other day. Won't have time before work, but I will definitely do something when I get home tonight. Oh, BTW, cute card!
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I just learned this technique a few weeks ago, and I LOVE IT! I always wondered how 'they' did that!
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Yeah !!! An instruction I understand immediately - great!!! Lynn, your card is super-cute, thanks for another fantastic project!
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So that's how that's done! Thanks for the awesome tutorial, Lynn - always wanted to try this!
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thanks Lynn... I'm an outside the box addict!
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I'm with Dawn! Great technique!
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I've always been an admirer of this technique. Have to run to town first thing but will be back and play in a little while.
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Thanks so much for the instructions on cutting outside the lines with a nestie. I've always wondered how that was done but was never able to figure it out. You're so clever!
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Here is my IVY OUT OF THE BOX CHRISTMAS SKETCH.
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Thanks for the challenge Lynn. I can't wait to try it. Your turkey is so much fun.
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Great technique, Lynn. I'll have to try it after the house empties and I can spread out.
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Oh, this is one of my favorite techniques. Thanks for the challenge Lynn! Here is my card:
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Thanks for this technique, I've tried it before but never knew how to do it exactly.
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Thanks for the very clear instructions! I wondered how so many ladies managed this look! Can't wait to try.
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Fabulous, Lynn. I haven't done this yet so I am anxious to try it!
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This was soo much harder then I thought it would be. This is my 4th try at it today...the others were horrible. I'll have to play with this a lot more before I can feel comfortable with it. BUT............that's what this challenge is all about !!! Learning something new !
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Lynn, Thanks for the great tutorial! I've been wanting to learn how to do this!
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Love this technique, Lynn! I use it all the time. In fact, I did a tutorial for it back in Feb, if y'all are interested. Out of the Box Nestie Tech.. I'll see if I can do one for the challenge today! Thanks!
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Great challenge, Lynn!

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I'd only tried this once before, so I was glad to be reminded of a fun way of using dies. Thanks, Lynn.
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Thanks Lynn for a great challenge! Here´s mine;

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What an awesome challenge, Lynn! I've never done this before! Thanks for the wonderful directions. Here's my card!
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Thanks for another fun challenge Lynn.

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Another great technique, Lynn!

Some are fun to do and most likely I might not repeat the technique often, but this one is SO useful(especially for someone who loves their Nesties and Labels). One of those "why didn't I think of that??" things.

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Hi Lynn, LOVE the technique! Did anyone else have trouble getting the instructions, though? I have the Adobe Reader, but couldn't quite get things to work. Thanks for another great challenge. hugs, Chris
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This is totally cool! I will try it as soon as I get the little one down for a nap!
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Is there a way to do this technique with Big Shot dies, like the Matchbox die labels?
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Thanks Lynn for another fun challenge.

Here is my Out of the Box Florals
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Hi Lynn, LOVE the technique! Did anyone else have trouble getting the instructions, though? I have the Adobe Reader, but couldn't quite get things to work. Thanks for another great challenge. hugs, Chris

I had to click several times on the directions for them to open for me.
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With a sizzix die there is no way (that I know of) to bring the image outside of the cutting line.

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Thanks Lynn! Fun challenge.
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Thank you for todays challenge here is another card I did!! I had alot of fun with this challenge
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LOVE this technique and am very happy I tried it.
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Thanks for the instructions of this. I did find that I had to cut into the image a bit further than I thought in order to line the die cut up where I wanted it. But otherwise this wasn't too bad. Here's my card.
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