Friday, February 28, 2014

Die Cut Machines & Other Things

I'll admit it, I'm a lazy scrapbooker. The thought of pulling out my die cut machine often feels like such a chore, it sits gathering dust on my shelf. I know this is a new level of sloth, but it's the truth. However, when I do use it, I am always happy with the results. For this project I used my Big Shot die cut machine with an embossing folder to emboss the damask design onto pearl white cardstock. I folded a piece of scratch paper, to form cut lines for the rays. I cut along the folds, then embossed every other ray and affixed them to the lovely ombre blue "77" paper. Here's to a tiny step toward conquering laziness! 

"Hello Love" layout supplies:
Glitz Design "77" papers: Floral, Feather
Glitz Design "Black & White" 6x6 paper pad
Glitz Design "Carpe Diem" 6x6 paper pad
Glitz Design "77" Titles & Accents sticker sheet
Glitz Design "77" Whatnots
Glitz Design "77" Giant Rhinestones
other: Big Shot die cut machine, Cuttlebug embossing folder, card stock, tag, vellum, doily, date stamp


Chark said...

Saw this at the Glitz blog and loved it!

Linda said...

Great post! Been reading a nice blog on die cut machine. I have some experience like you. Thanks a lot for sharing.


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