Monday, December 6, 2021

A Very Merry IO Die Cut Day!

 
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Hello!  Today is the day that the IO Team features beautiful die-cut cards.  I always have so much fun adding dies to my projects.  

I have a thing about bows so I was one happy gal when the Small and Large Layered Bows Dies landed in my art room!  I used the Small Layered Bow for this project.  First, I created a background with the Distressed Bandana stamp and die-cut it with the Crazy Stitched Set.  Next, I added the Large Bell Ornaments, topped by the bow.  Lastly, I used the merry from the Typewriter Sentiment dies. 


Next up is the sweet Primitive Angel for Impression Obsession's Die-Cut Day! 
First, I stamped the background with the Cowboy Christmas Background stamp.  Next, I created the angel; she is so sweet and easy to decorate!  The Primitive Angel is a wonderful size on a card but she would also make beautiful ornaments and tags!  I decorated her dress by stamping her dress with the Mini Gingham background stamp.  Lastly, I added mirror sequins to her wings.



To see more fabulous die-cut creations head on over to the Impression Obsession Blog for a list of teammates participating in Die-Cut Day!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope you have a great Monday!

Today's Featured Items


        

     

         

      I love using the MISTI when stamping background stamps!



2 comments:

  1. You and me both, my fellow bow adoring friend. I find that the older I get, the less I wear (some types at least) of bows, but the more I include them on my paper crafting projects.

    These are both such awesomely charming, elegant and sweet holiday cards that abound with the timeless beauty of the season.

    Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life

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You make my day with your sweet comments!!!! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

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