Monday, November 26, 2012

Thank you, Sharon!

Kind reader Sharon sent me a selection of die cuts, and here's my favorite card I've made so far.

Darnit all to heck, now I need a Big Shot and a whole mess o' dies. Thanks, Sharon.



stamps: none
ink: none
paper: PTI white
accessories: die cuts, red rhinestones, white satin ribbon, glue dot, glue pen


  1. Oh, it's beautiful, Susan! I can always send you more die cuts--you make such stunning cards with them.

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  3. One of my (very critical) chums looked at some of my more recent cards made with dies, embossing folders and my Cuttlebug, and pronounced my card making "elevated."
    Looking forward to more wonderful cards from you. So inspiring!

  4. Susan, this is a gorgeous card. How simple, how clean, yet how striking. Red and white is my favorite card color combination, and your card shows just how beautiful the combination is. And I'm so glad you're not caving in for a Big Shot! 'Cuz then I'd have to think about getting one too, and I really don't want one (even though I drool over cards that have such beautiful die cuts). Sharon, maybe you should go into the die cut mail order business.......

  5. What a beautiful card! I love the effect of the white on white - I've never done that with a die cut.

    You don't have to cave and get a Big Shot - you can go the much less expensive route and get a Cuttlebug which does all you'll ever need for CAS cards (and takes up much less space). Just an idea....

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  7. Good for Sharon. And Yes....You Do!! LOL I don't know how you have resisted sooooo long. I am in head to toe. Muhahahahaaaa. LOL

  8. Spectacular! And you don't need a Big Shot and a mess of dies - you just need to come and spend a weekend at my house, playing with my Big Shot and dies, while I try to get your mojo to rub off on me and my stamp room!

  9. Wow, wonderful impact - the white on white makes, and the prefect finishing touch is always a little sparkle :)

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  12. Gorgeous, Susan! If you go and get a Big Shot, I'm going to be in trouble! You already enable too many purchases with your awesome inspiration! :-)


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