Tuesday, January 02, 2007

{ back to regular scheduled programming }

Well, Christmas is officially over at our house... this morning we un-decorated and put the house back to normal. It's nice to be able to see the living room floor again, but the girls weren't too happy to have the tree gone.

Here's the first card I completed using my new Cuttlebug. I used the Swirls Embossing Folder on Stampin' Up! Pink Passion card stock and then cut out the flower shape using Coluzzle.

The "For You" stamp is from Stampin' Up! Be Happy stamp set, the metal rimmed tag was in my CST Christmas gift (see below for all the juicy details of that amazing gift). The flowers are prima and the pink brad is SU. The scallop circle punch is of course the Marvy Uchida Scallop Giga Circle Punch. I don't own this punch, but I reiceved some of the punchies in a rak. The pink flower was cut out with my Cuttlebug.

I've made about 4 more cards with my Cuttlebug that I will post very soon!

11 comments:

  1. Very spring-like card Cindy!

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  2. Love it!! Don't you just love your Cuttlebug???

    Can't wait to see your other creations!

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  3. I don't see any card....the photo's missing on your blog....sounds like it was there at one time, cuz two other people commented that they loved it!

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  4. hmmm, I see it and it's very pretty....ohhhh I love the swirls emboss folder.

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  5. I don't see a card either, but I'm sure it's beautiful. I love my Cuttlebug Embossing Folders, can't wait to see what you're doing with yours.
    ~~Rita~~

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  6. Very pretty, great colors thanks for sharing with us!

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  7. This looks awesome...I can't wait until I get my scalloped punches so I can make pretty cards like this too!

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  8. Gorgeous card!

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  9. LOVE it!!
    Thanks for sharing another great card!

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  10. Hi, I don't know how I ended up here, but I LOVE IT!! and I want to know about the Canadian vendor for Cuttlebug and dies.....(what size dies can you use, I mean, how large).....I have a sidekick by sizzix......is this basically the same thing? I've never been able to cut AND emboss the same image tho........ I'd like to do that!!
    How much should I pay for a Cuttlebug......saw them on ebay for about $50-57 USD.....but I'd rather buy in Canada. How much will dies run about?? Any advice for me.
    I LOVE your cards!!

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  11. Hi Annie,
    I wanted to reply to you by email, but you didn't leave any contact info. If you do happen to come back to read this reply I just wanted to direct you to Craft Critique. They have everything you ever wanted to know about Cuttlebugs. :-) Here's the link (you'll need to copy & paste it into your browser):

    http://www.craftcritique.com/search/label/Cuttlebug

    I hope that helps!

    Cindy

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