This is a Thank You card I made for Susie (PaperPunch Scissors) for doing something wonderful for me. She is such a sweetheart and I hope to get to meet her in person, so I can thank her properly!
I saw the embossed part idea on Pinterest but the rest is all my design. I embossed and cut in half, turning the outside edges together. I popped the panels. I made the bow on my Cricut, using an SVG file and SCAL program on my computer. I also popped the Spellbinder label. I stamped the the Thank You in the SU Basic Gray and then took an element from Crafty Ann, cut parts of it off and added a leaf from a Marianne die. The rose is one of the small rolled ones from IO with a bit of my Star Dust Stickles on it. After it was completed I decided it would also work well for a wedding card! I used iridescent half pearls to finish it off.
Thank you for stopping by and taking a look! I really appreciate it.
Date: Monday, May 5, 2014 GMT Views: 3993
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Mon, May 05, 2014 @ 6:35 PM
WOW! Talk about creativity with die cuts! I LOVE the look of the double panels. No one can assemble die cuts like you can, Peggy! Using pieces, parts is an art form in itself! This one is headed RIGHT in to favorites and maybe someday, I'll get the hang of this!
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Mon, May 05, 2014 @ 9:08 PM
For those who don't know, Peggy and I were neighbors (Arizona/California that is). I met Peggy online while living in Arizona, but, we moved (back to Virginia) before we got a chance to meet in person. We hope to change that this summer. : ) Believe me this card is beautiful! *sigh* I absolutely love your die cut designs, Peggy. It's a lovely reminder of a very nice friendship. Thank you.
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Wed, May 07, 2014 @ 5:35 PM
Peggy, your creations are truly out of this world...and truly exquisite. Your work with embossing and die cuts is like no other...and especially when it comes to pale neutral/white cards. Each one is something VERY special.