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I can’t seem to get away from this color combination!  There are slight variations from card to card, but they are real similar.  The colors consist of Chocolate Chip and Blue Bayou or Sage Shadow.  Sometimes I used Vanilla and sometimes white.  This card was made using some more of my Wild Asparagus paper!  I found it at Archiver’s one day and could have bought all they had!! I do love double sided DP cause it all matches so well, but sometimes I feel wasteful cause I’m covering up one pretty side for another!

The Bird image is from the Friends 24-7 set and the stamped frame and saying are from the Great Friend set.

Stamps:  SU! Friends 24-7, SU! Great Friend

Paper: Chocolate Chip, White, Blue Bayou, Wild Asparagus DP

Ink: Chocolate Chip

Accessories:  Spellbinder’s Nestabilities, Heart Shaped Brads, Flower build a brad, Ribbon, Dimensionals

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a creative kind of day!

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Cc142_wonderland_snowmanI only used one stamp on this card.  I’m not even sure where I got it.  I think it came from Archiver’s and I really like the font of the Merry Christmas!  I wish I had handwriting like that!!!

I received my Nestabilities in the mail the other day and just HAD to use them.  I used the scalloped set for the blue rectangle and the celery snowman was cut with the regular rectangles!

The ribbon is from Michael’s.  The colors used for this card are Basic Gray, Celery, Bashful Blue and Basic Grey Dasher DP!

Until Next Time…Happy Creating!!!

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The following was taken from Ellen Hutson’s sandwich recipes!  I only have a cuttlebug so this is the info that I was looking for.  If you have any other die cut machine you can check here for that sandwich recipe!!

Cuttlebug™
This machine is capable of cutting and embossing any Spellbinders™ die. I can not
guarantee that the B plates will not break in the Cuttlebug, but when
testing my B plates were fine. They did make that ever present cracking
noise though and therefore my hesitancy to say that they will never
break being I have broken many B plates over the last few months. I do
plan on testing the Spellbinders Thick White Mats and the Blue Mats
included in the Wizard Charm Embossing Kits to see whether I can find
an alternative to the acrylic plates. The white and blue mats provided
by Spellbinders are so much sturdier.


How to Use a Spellbinders™ Die in the Cuttlebug™:
Cutting Sandwich
1. A plate

2. C plate
3. Spellbinders™ die, blade side up
4. Paper or cardstock

5. B plate

6. Roll through Cuttlebug™

Cutting Sandwich with Spellbinders™ Magnetic Placement Mat
1. A plate

2. B plate
3. Spellbinders™ White Spacer plate

4. Spellbinders™ Magnetic Placement Mat

5. Spellbinders™ die, blade side up
6. Paper or cardstock

7. B plate

8. Roll through Cuttlebug™


Embossing Sandwich
1. A plate

2. 2 sheets cardstock to act as shim. Add extra pieces if needed.

3. B plate
4. Spellbinders™ die, blade side up
5. Paper or cardstock

6. Spellbinders™ Tan Emboss Mat
7. B plate

7. Roll through Cuttlebug™
Embossing Sandwich with Spellbinders™ Magnetic Placement Mat
1. A plate

2. B plate
3. Spellbinders™ Magnetic Placement Mat

4. Spellbinders™ die, blade side up
5. Paper or cardstock

6. Spellbinders™ Tan Emboss Pad

7. B plate

8. Roll through Cuttlebug™

*Shim with extra pieces of cardstock if needed.

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