I bought the paisley nestabilities not long ago and I wanted to see if I could match the curve on this sentiment stamp I have. I found it quite easy to do by putting the stock to be cut through the paisley nestability and turning and lining up the cutting edge before putting it through the cuttlebug. The scalloped edge was done with the large paisley.
Date: Monday, May 19, 2008 GMT Views: 2666
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61619
Mon, May 19, 2008 @ 7:37 PM
Oh my gosh, Jean, is this ever stunning. I'm going to put it in my faves knowing full well I'd never ever be able to case this card. Never ever! This is so wonderfully designed. I read and reread your description, and I still have no idea how you did the curve and scallops. It's way over my head, my friend.
Hey, did you see you were mentioned in Post Your Rak! I was going to email you last night, but it was too late and I needed to get outta here! Fabulous card, Jean. Oh, to wake up and be you for just one day, that would be just like being 'queen for a day" in my world!
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Mon, May 19, 2008 @ 10:06 PM
Love it! I like what you did here, not sure what the paisley nestabilties are, but I plan on finding out. Great Job! TFS :0)
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