Friday, 23 September 2011

To Die For....

I must admit, I'm a bit of a die-cuts junkie.  So this week's Simon Says Stamp challenge, "Dies to Die for" is right up my alley.  I seem to be more of a die cut's collector junkie I seem to have way more dies than I have actually used.  I buy them from garage sales and scrapbook store clearance sales with all these brilliant ideas racing through my head as I stand at the cashier....until they take up residence in my scrap room die cut cubbies waiting for their day in the spotlight.  What a great challenge to get my dies dusted off and showing off.   I'm currently at the airport enroute to our family vacay so not too much time to chat right now.  Here are a few projects I've been busy with that I'd like share before I leave.  Thanks for dropping by!

This card is a thank you card using Spellbinders nested scalloped circles and Martha Stewart's PATP punch.  The stamps are Fancy Pants and Inkadinkado.

This birthday card uses a Fiskars border punch and a Sissix butterfly die.  I accidentally cut the butterfly's wing tip off on one of the wings so I improvised by trimming both wings similarly.  The stamps are from Hero Arts.

This one is one of my favourites.  The punch used was a Martha Stewart PATP.  The small butterfly is a Martha Stewart punch and the bigger butterfly is a Cuttlebug die.


  1. Wow what fabulous work :) Love the colours you used as well. Thanks for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge. Hugs Dawny xxx

    1. Like Dawny P, I am also appreciate you for your fabulous work. It is such a good and beautiful that you had made here. I will also try to make this kind of cards.
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  2. Lizzie these are all absolutely gorgeous, keep dusting off those dies lol.
    I hope you have a fab holiday :)
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp for our punches &/or dies challenge
    hugs Mandy xx


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