Cork is making its way into embellishments. Chatterbox had some amazing pieces in their new collection. Being curious, I tried some thin cork in my Cuttlebug with a CB die and with my Nesties.
On this card, I used two flowers cut with a Cuttlebug Flower die. It cut perfectly!
Here is a close up look at the scoring detail and the little flower I stamped into the scallops.
Here is a Label One shape. I tried many attempts to get my Cuttlebug to work, but the best I could do was get a impression and cut the shape with my scissors. Just makes me want a Wizard! :)
Its been a rough weekend. My cousin died unexpectedly, my son is sick with a fever and a terrible cough, and the store that I work at is making the official announcement that it is closing in the end of March. Plus, I have been working very hard on some publication calls and some special projects. I am beat. So, forgive me for not being around much this week. I have posts scheduled and one of them is another really cool way to use your Nestabilities and our new Flourishes Tuesday.
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Cardstock, stamps, ribbon-Papertrey Ink (Polka Dot Basics, Beautiful Blooms)
Ink-Memento (Tuxedo Black), Palette (Fresh Snow)
Brad-Basic Grey (Bittersweet)
Tools-Cuttlebug Flower die, Scoring Blade
Cardstock, stamps-Papertrey Ink (Guide Lines)
Rub ons-American Crafts