Today I have a card that I have used the cuttlebug in a couple of ways. For the main front, I have embossed the card and then I have sanded parts of the embossed section so that the underlying colour come through.
With the white card stock, I have used another embossing folder, which I have inked up and used it as a stamp.
The stamp oval has been cut using the Cuttlebug.
For the butterfly, yellow flower, the dots and "Good Times" I have used rubons.
Today I would like to share with you some Laser Cut Card Fronts that I have made into cards. I have stitched where the holes are on these ones, but you don't have to, you can leave them blank. You can purchase them from Blue Edge Crafts.
I was given this blue background patterned paper and was asked to make a card. I had no idea what to do. So I went through my embossing folders and dies to try and think of what could be used. This is what I've come up with.
I used the Persia die for the bird and it came with a matching embossing folder which I used on the green card stock, which I sanded to have a bit of the white card showing. Hope the above make sense. If not, please let me know.
I had to make to cards for a swap, using acetate. This is what I've come up with. On the second card, I've embossed the acetate using the same embossing folder as I did on the pink card on the left. Love how both of them have worked out.
If I had a favourite stitching pattern, for some reason it would have to be this dress pattern from Form-A-Lines. It's part of the Fashion set. I love the different colours that you can use to create a different look each time.